1969 PLAYOFFS - NFL
Western Conf (December 27) - MINNESOTA (12-2) 23, Los Angeles (11-3) 20
Eastern Conf (December 28) - Cleveland (10-3-1) 38, DALLAS (11-2-1) 24
Championship (January 4) - MINNESOTA (13-2) 27, Cleveland (11-3-1) 7
Playoff Bowl (January 3 at Miami) - Los Angeles (11-4) 31, Dallas (11-3-1) 0
1969 PLAYOFFS - AFL
Divisional Playoff (December 20) - Kansas City (11-3) 13, NY JETS (11-3) 6
Divisional Playoff (December 21) - OAKLAND (12-1-1) 56, Houston (6-6-2) 7
Championship (January 4) - Kansas City (12-3) 17, OAKLAND (13-1-1) 7

SUPER BOWL 4 (January 11, 1970 at New Orleans)
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (13-3) 23, MINNESOTA VIKINGS (14-2) 7 - The AFL squared the Super Bowl at two games apiece with the NFL, building a 16-0 halftime lead behind Len Dawson's superb quarterbacking and a powerful defense. Dawson, the fourth consecutive quarterback to be chosen the Super Bowl's top player, called an almost flawless game, completing 12 of 17 passes and hitting Otis Taylor on a 46-yard play for the final Chiefs touchdown. The Kansas City defense limited Minnesota's strong rushing game to 67 yards and had three interceptions and two fumble recoveries. The crowd of 80,562 set a Super Bowl record, as did the gross receipts of $3,817,872.69. 
EASTERN DIVISION                       CENTRAL DIVISION
Orlando           5  2 0  .714 186  78 Omaha             6  2 0  .750 197 142
Norfolk           5  2 0  .714 201 107 Ohio Valley       4  3 0  .571 148 146
Alabama           4  3 0  .571 152 150 Indianapolis      4  3 0  .571 115 115
Arkansas          4  3 0  .571 152 156 Chicago           3  4 0  .429 144 154
Jersey            4  3 0  .571 156 185 Tri-City          0  7 0  .000  84 188
TEXAS DIVISION                         PACIFIC DIVISION
San Antonio       4  2 0  .667 147  87 Las Vegas         5  1 0  .833 118  81
Texarkana         4  3 0  .571 122 128 Seattle           4  3 0  .571 120  96
Fort Worth        4  3 0  .571 159 143 Sacramento        3  3 0  .500  64  86
West Texas        3  3 0  .500 127  95 Portland          2  4 0  .333 115 118
Oklahoma          2  5 0  .286 186 239 Spokane           2  4 0  .333 110 148
Mexico            2  6 0  .250  72 108
Dallas            0  5 0  .000  43 164
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 18
Seattle 12, LAS VEGAS 6 (3,500) - Dewey Warren fumbled as he tried to lateral the ball. Recovered by Seattle, with 1:05 remaining, they ran the clock out for the win
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22
SACRAMENTO 13, Spokane 10
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 23
Las Vegas 34, PORTLAND 10 (4,688) - Bill Casey, filling in for an injured Dewey Warren, ran a controlled offense, as the Cowboys gained a season high 222 yards on the ground.
EASTERN DIVISION                       CENTRAL DIVISION
Z-Orlando        10  2 0  .833 330 151 Z-Indianapolis    8  4 0  .667 276 202
Norfolk           8  4 0  .667 366 224 Ohio Valley       6  6 0  .500 245 313
Jersey            7  5 0  .583 265 254 Omaha             6  6 0  .500 265 259
Alabama           6  6 0  .500 223 233 Chicago           5  7 0  .417 208 247
Arkansas          5  7 0  .417 235 298 Tri-City          2 10 0  .167 148 270
TEXAS DIVISION                         PACIFIC DIVISION       
X-San Antonio     7  4 0  .636 279 180 X-Las Vegas       8  4 0  .667 248 181
West Texas        7  4 0  .636 245 212 X-Sacramento      8  4 0  .667 192 164
X-Texarkana       7  5 0  .583 246 262 Seattle           7  5 0  .583 221 185
Oklahoma          6  6 0  .500 315 333 Spokane           5  7 0  .417 252 243
Fort Worth        5  8 0  .385 260 251 Portland          3  9 0  .250 219 347
Mexico            2  6 0  .250  72 108 Z-Clinched division title
Dallas            1 10 0  .091 129 318 X-Clinched playoff berth
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 14
A-DENVER 35, Boston 7                  A-OAKLAND 21, Houston 17
A-Kansas City 27, SAN DIEGO 9          A-CINCINNATI 27, Miami 21
A-NY Jets 33, BUFFALO 19
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                   AFL WESTERN DIVISION
NY Jets           1  0 0 1.000  33  19 Kansas City       1  0 0 1.000  27   9
Miami             0  1 0  .000  21  27 Denver            1  0 0 1.000  35   7
Boston            0  1 0  .000   7  35 Oakland           1  0 0 1.000  21  17
Buffalo           0  1 0  .000  19  33 Cincinnati        1  0 0 1.000  27  21
Houston           0  1 0  .000  17  21 San Diego         0  1 0  .000   9  27
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20
A-OAKLAND 20, Miami 17
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 21
Cleveland 27, PHILADELPHIA 20          GREEN BAY 17, Chicago 0
PITTSBURGH 16, Detroit 13              Los Angeles 27, BALTIMORE 20
DALLAS 24, St. Louis 3                 ATLANTA 24, San Francisco 12
Washington 26, NEW ORLEANS 20          NY GIANTS 24, Minnesota 23
A-Houston 17, BUFFALO 3                A-Kansas City 31, BOSTON 0
A-CINCINNATI 34, San Diego 20          A-DENVER 21, NY Jets 19
NFL EAST - CAPITOL                     NFL EAST - CENTURY
Dallas            1  0 0 1.000  24   3 Cleveland         1  0 0 1.000  27  20
Washington        1  0 0 1.000  26  20 NY Giants         1  0 0 1.000  24  23
New Orleans       0  1 0  .000  20  26 Pittsburgh        1  0 0 1.000  16  13
Philadelphia      0  1 0  .000  20  27 St. Louis         0  1 0  .000   3  24
NFL WEST - CENTRAL                     NFL WEST - COASTAL
GREEN BAY         1  0 0 1.000  17   0 Los Angeles       1  0 0 1.000  27  20
Minnesota         0  1 0  .000  23  24 Atlanta           1  0 0 1.000  24  12
Chicago           0  1 0  .000   0  17 San Francisco     0  1 0  .000  12  24
Detroit           0  1 0  .000  13  16 Baltimore         0  1 0  .000  20  27
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                   AFL WESTERN DIVISION
NY Jets           1  1 0  .500  52  40 Kansas City       2  0 0 1.000  58   9
Houston           1  1 0  .500  34  24 Denver            2  0 0 1.000  56  26
Boston            0  2 0  .000   7  66 Oakland           2  0 0 1.000  41  34
Miami             0  2 0  .000  38  47 Cincinnati        2  0 0 1.000  61  41
Buffalo           0  2 0  .000  22  50 San Diego         0  2 0  .000   9  27
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28
GREEN BAY 14, San Fran. 7 @ Milwaukee  ST. LOUIS 20, Chicago 17
PHILADELPHIA 41, Pittsburgh 27         DETROIT 24, NY Giants 0
CLEVELAND 27, Washington 23            MINNESOTA 52, Baltimore 14
Dallas 21, NEW ORLEANS 17              LOS ANGELES 17, Atlanta 7
A-CINCINNATI 24, Kansas City 19        A-HOUSTON 22, Miami 10
A-SAN DIEGO 34, NY Jets 27             A-Oakland 38, BOSTON 23
A-BUFFALO 41, Denver 28
NFL EAST - CAPITOL                     NFL EAST - CENTURY
Dallas            2  0 0 1.000  45  20 Cleveland         2  0 0 1.000  54  43
Washington        1  1 0  .500  49  47 NY Giants         1  1 0  .500  24  47
Philadelphia      1  1 0  .500  61  54 Pittsburgh        1  1 0  .500  43  54
New Orleans       0  2 0  .000  37  47 St. Louis         1  1 0  .500  23  41
NFL WEST - CENTRAL                     NFL WEST - COASTAL
GREEN BAY         2  0 0 1.000  31   7 Los Angeles       2  0 0 1.000  44  27
Minnesota         1  1 0  .500  75  38 Atlanta           1  1 0  .500  31  29
Detroit           1  1 0  .500  37  16 San Francisco     0  2 0  .000  19  38
Chicago           0  2 0  .000  17  37 Baltimore         0  2 0  .000  34  79
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                   AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston           2  1 0  .667  56  34 Oakland           3  0 0 1.000  94  49
NY Jets           1  2 0  .333  79  74 Cincinnati        3  0 0 1.000  85  60
Buffalo           1  2 0  .333  63  78 Denver            2  1 0  .667  84  67
Miami             0  3 0  .000  48  69 Kansas City       2  1 0  .667  77  33
Boston            0  3 0  .000  30 104 San Diego         1  2 0  .333  43  54
SATURDAY OCTOBER 4
A-Oakland 20, MIAMI 20 (T)             A-SAN DIEGO 21, Cincinnati 14
SUNDAY OCTOBER 5
St. Louis 27, PITTSBURGH 14            SAN FRANCISCO 17, Washington 17 (T)
Baltimore 21, ATLANTA 14               NY GIANTS 28, Chicago 24
Dallas 38, PHILADELPHIA 7              MINNESOTA 19, Green Bay 7
Detroit 28, CLEVELAND 21               LOS ANGELES 36, New Orleans 17
A-NY Jets 23, BOSTON 14                A-HOUSTON 28, Buffalo 14
A-Kansas City 26, DENVER 13
NFL EAST - CAPITOL                     NFL EAST - CENTURY
Dallas            3  0 0 1.000  83  27 Cleveland         2  1 0  .667  75  71
Washington        1  1 1  .500  66  64 NY Giants         2  1 0  .667  52  71
Philadelphia      1  2 0  .333  68  92 St. Louis         2  1 0  .667  50  55
New Orleans       0  3 0  .000  54  83 Pittsburgh        1  2 0  .333  57  81
NFL WEST - CENTRAL                     NFL WEST - COASTAL
Minnesota         2  1 0  .667  94  45 Los Angeles       3  0 0 1.000  80  44
GREEN BAY         2  1 0  .667  38  26 Atlanta           1  2 0  .333  45  50
Detroit           2  1 0  .667  65  37 Baltimore         1  2 0  .333  55  93
Chicago           0  3 0  .000  41  65 San Francisco     0  2 1  .000  36  55
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                   AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston           3  1 0  .750  84  48 Oakland           3  0 1 1.000 114  69
NY Jets           2  2 0  .500 102  88 Cincinnati        3  1 0  .750  99  81
Buffalo           1  3 0  .250  77 106 Kansas City       3  1 0  .750 103  46
Miami             0  3 1  .000  68  89 Denver            2  2 0  .500  97  93
Boston            0  4 0  .000  44 127 San Diego         2  2 0  .500  64  68
SATURDAY OCTOBER 11
A-BUFFALO 23, Boston 16
SUNDAY OCTOBER 12
Minnesota 31, CHICAGO 0                Los Angeles 27, SAN FRANCISCO 21
NY GIANTS 10, Pittsburgh 7             Green Bay 28, DETROIT 12
WASHINGTON 33, St. Louis 17            Dallas 24, ATLANTA 17
Cleveland 27, NEW ORLEANS 17           A-KANSAS CITY 24, Houston 0
A-Oakland 24, DENVER 14                A-NY JETS 21, Cincinnati 7
A-San Diego 21, MIAMI 14
MONDAY OCTOBER 13
BALTIMORE 24, Philadelphia 20
NFL EAST - CAPITOL                     NFL EAST - CENTURY
Dallas            4  0 0 1.000 107  44 Cleveland         3  1 0  .750 102  88
Washington        2  1 1  .667  99  81 NY Giants         3  1 0  .750  62  78
Philadelphia      1  3 0  .250  88 116 St. Louis         2  2 0  .500  67  88
New Orleans       0  4 0  .000  71 110 Pittsburgh        1  3 0  .250  64  91
NFL WEST - CENTRAL                     NFL WEST - COASTAL
Minnesota         3  1 0  .750 125  45 Los Angeles       4  0 0 1.000 107  65
GREEN BAY         3  1 0  .750  66  38 Baltimore         2  2 0  .500  79 113
Detroit           2  2 0  .500  77  65 Atlanta           1  3 0  .250  62  74
Chicago           0  4 0  .000  41  96 San Francisco     0  3 1  .000  57  82
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                   AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston           3  2 0  .600  84  72 Oakland           4  0 1 1.000 138  83
NY Jets           3  2 0  .600 123  95 Kansas City       4  1 0  .800 127  46
Buffalo           2  3 0  .400 100 122 San Diego         3  2 0  .600  85  82
Miami             0  4 1  .000  82 110 Cincinnati        3  2 0  .600 106 102
Boston            0  5 0  .000  60 150 Denver            2  3 0  .400 111 117
SATURDAY OCTOBER 18
CLEVELAND 42, Pittsburgh 31         
SUNDAY OCTOBER 19     
Baltimore 30, NEW ORLEANS 10           DALLAS 49, Philadelphia 14
Atlanta 21, SAN FRANCISCO 7            LOS ANGELES 34, Green Bay 21
DETROIT 13, Chicago 7                  WASHINGTON 20, NY Giants 14
Minnesota 27, ST. LOUIS 10             A-OAKLAND 50, Buffalo 21
A-Denver 30, CINCINNATI 23
MONDAY OCTOBER 20
A-San Diego 13, BOSTON 10              A-NY JETS 26, Houston 17
A-KANSAS CITY 17, Miami 10
NFL EAST - CAPITOL                     NFL EAST - CENTURY
Dallas            5  0 0 1.000 156  58 Cleveland         4  1 0  .800 144 119
Washington        3  1 1  .750 119  95 NY Giants         3  2 0  .600  76  98
Philadelphia      1  4 0  .200 102 165 St. Louis         2  3 0  .400  77 115
New Orleans       0  5 0  .000  81 140 Pittsburgh        1  4 0  .200  95 133
NFL WEST - CENTRAL                     NFL WEST - COASTAL
Minnesota         4  1 0  .800 152  55 Los Angeles       5  0 0 1.000 141  86
GREEN BAY         3  2 0  .600  87  72 Baltimore         3  2 0  .600 109 123
Detroit           3  2 0  .600  90  72 Atlanta           2  3 0  .400  83  81
Chicago           0  5 0  .000  48 109 San Francisco     0  4 1  .000  64 103
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                   AFL WESTERN DIVISION
NY Jets           4  2 0  .667 149 112 Oakland           5  0 1 1.000 188 104
Houston           3  3 0  .500 101  98 Kansas City       5  1 0  .833 144  56
Buffalo           2  4 0  .333 121 172 San Diego         4  2 0  .667  98  92
Miami             0  5 1  .000  92 127 Denver            3  3 0  .500 141 140
Boston            0  6 0  .000  70 163 Cincinnati        3  3 0  .500 129 132
SUNDAY OCTOBER 26
GREEN BAY 28, Atlanta 10               PHILADELPHIA 13, New Orleans 10
Washington 14, PITTSBURGH 7            San Francisco 24, BALTIMORE 21
MINNESOTA 24, Detroit 10               CLEVELAND 21, St.Louis 21 (T)
Los Angeles 9, CHICAGO 7               A-MIAMI 24, Buffalo 6
A-HOUSTON 24, Denver 21                A-NY JETS 23, Boston 17
A-KANSAS CITY 42, Cincinnati 22        A-Oakland 24, SAN DIEGO 12
MONDAY OCTOBER 27
DALLAS 25, NY Giants 3
NFL EAST - CAPITOL                     NFL EAST - CENTURY
Dallas            6  0 0 1.000 181  61 Cleveland         4  1 1  .800 165 140
Washington        4  1 1  .800 133 102 NY Giants         3  3 0  .500  79 123
Philadelphia      2  4 0  .333 115 175 St. Louis         2  3 1  .400  98 136
New Orleans       0  6 0  .000  91 153 Pittsburgh        1  5 0  .167 102 147
NFL WEST - CENTRAL                     NFL WEST - COASTAL
Minnesota         5  1 0  .833 176  65 Los Angeles       6  0 0 1.000 150  93
GREEN BAY         4  2 0  .667 115  82 Baltimore         3  3 0  .500 130 147
Detroit           3  3 0  .500 100  96 Atlanta           2  4 0  .333  93 109
Chicago           0  6 0  .000  55 118 San Francisco     1  4 1  .200  88 124
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                   AFL WESTERN DIVISION
NY Jets           5  2 0  .714 172 129 Oakland           6  0 1 1.000 212 116
Houston           4  3 0  .571 125 119 Kansas City       6  1 0  .857 186  78
Buffalo           2  5 0  .286 127 196 San Diego         4  3 0  .571 110 116
Miami             1  5 1  .167 116 133 Denver            3  4 0  .429 162 164
Boston            0  7 0  .000  87 186 Cincinnati        3  4 0  .429 151 174
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2
Detroit 26, SAN FRANCISCO 14           GREEN BAY 38, Pittsburgh 34
Philadelphia 23, NY GIANTS 20          New Orleans 51, ST. LOUIS 42
BALTIMORE 41, Washington 17            Los Angeles 38, ATLANTA 6
MINNESOTA 31, Chicago 14               CLEVELAND 42, Dallas 10
A-BOSTON 24, Houston 0                 A-CINCINNATI 31, Oakland 17
A-Kansas City 29, BUFFALO 7            A-NY JETS 33, Miami 31
A-DENVER 13, San Diego 0
NFL EAST - CAPITOL                     NFL EAST - CENTURY
Dallas            6  1 0  .857 191 103 Cleveland         5  1 1  .833 207 150
Washington        4  2 1  .667 150 143 NY Giants         3  4 0  .429  99 146
Philadelphia      3  4 0  .429 138 195 St. Louis         2  4 1  .333 140 187
New Orleans       1  6 0  .143 142 195 Pittsburgh        1  6 0  .143 136 185
NFL WEST - CENTRAL                     NFL WEST - COASTAL
Minnesota         6  1 0  .857 207  79 Los Angeles       7  0 0 1.000 188  99
GREEN BAY         5  2 0  .714 153 116 Baltimore         4  3 0  .571 171 164
Detroit           4  3 0  .571 126 110 Atlanta           2  5 0  .286  99 147
Chicago           0  7 0  .000  69 149 San Francisco     1  5 1  .167 102 150
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                   AFL WESTERN DIVISION
NY Jets           6  2 0  .750 205 160 Kansas City       7  1 0  .875 225  85
Houston           4  4 0  .500 125 143 Oakland           6  1 1  .857 229 147
Buffalo           2  6 0  .250 134 225 Denver            4  4 0  .500 175 164
Miami             1  6 1  .143 147 166 San Diego         4  4 0  .500 110 129
Boston            1  7 0  .125 111 186 Cincinnati        4  4 0  .500 182 191
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9
DETROIT 27, Atlanta 21                 BALTIMORE 14, Green Bay 6
Philadelphia 28, WASHINGTON 28 (T)     ST. LOUIS 42, NY Giants 17
CHICAGO 38, Pittsburgh 7               MINNESOTA 51, Cleveland 3
LOS ANGELES 41, San Francisco 30       DALLAS 33, New Orleans 17
A-NY JETS 16, Buffalo 6                A-HOUSTON 31, Cincinnati 31 (T)
A-Miami 17, BOSTON 16                  A-OAKLAND 41, Denver 10
A-KANSAS CITY 27, San Diego 3
NFL EAST - CAPITOL                     NFL EAST - CENTURY
Dallas            7  1 0  .875 224 120 Cleveland         5  2 1  .714 210 201
Washington        4  2 2  .667 178 171 St. Louis         3  4 1  .429 182 204
Philadelphia      3  4 1  .429 166 223 NY Giants         3  5 0  .375 116 188
New Orleans       1  7 0  .125 159 228 Pittsburgh        1  7 0  .125 143 223
NFL WEST - CENTRAL                     NFL WEST - COASTAL
Minnesota         7  1 0  .875 258  82 Los Angeles       8  0 0 1.000 229 129
GREEN BAY         5  3 0  .625 159 130 Baltimore         5  3 0  .625 185 170
Detroit           5  3 0  .625 153 131 Atlanta           2  6 0  .250 120 174
Chicago           1  7 0  .125 107 156 San Francisco     1  6 1  .143 132 191
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                   AFL WESTERN DIVISION
NY Jets           7  2 0  .778 221 166 Kansas City       8  1 0  .889 252  88
Houston           4  4 1  .500 156 174 Oakland           7  1 1  .875 270 157
Miami             2  6 1  .250 164 182 Cincinnati        4  4 1  .500 213 222
Buffalo           2  7 0  .222 140 241 Denver            4  5 0  .444 185 205
Boston            1  8 0  .111 127 203 San Diego         4  5 0  .444 113 156
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 16
Minnesota 9, Green Bay 7 at Milwaukee  SAN FRANCISCO 20, Baltimore 17
ATLANTA 48, Chicago 31                 New Orleans 25, NY GIANTS 24
DETROIT 20, St. Louis 0                Los Angeles 23, PHILADELPHIA 17
Dallas 41, WASHINGTON 28               Cleveland 24, PITTSBURGH 3
A-OAKLAND 21, San Diego 16             A-DENVER 20, Houston 20 (T)
A-Kansas City 34, NY JETS 16           A-Boston 25, CINCINNATI 14
A-BUFFALO 28, Miami 3
NFL EAST - CAPITOL                     NFL EAST - CENTURY
Dallas            8  1 0  .889 265 148 Cleveland         6  2 1  .750 234 204
Washington        4  3 2  .571 206 212 St. Louis         3  5 1  .375 182 224
Philadelphia      3  5 1  .375 183 246 NY Giants         3  6 0  .333 140 213
New Orleans       2  7 0  .222 184 252 Pittsburgh        1  8 0  .111 146 247
NFL WEST - CENTRAL                     NFL WEST - COASTAL
Minnesota         8  1 0  .889 267  89 Los Angeles       9  0 0 1.000 252 146
Detroit           6  3 0  .667 173 131 Baltimore         5  4 0  .556 202 190
GREEN BAY         5  4 0  .556 166 139 Atlanta           3  6 0  .333 168 205
Chicago           1  8 0  .111 138 204 San Francisco     2  6 1  .250 152 208
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                   AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Y-NY Jets         7  3 0  .700 237 200 Y-Kansas City     9  1 0  .900 286 104
Houston           4  4 2  .500 176 194 Oakland           8  1 1  .889 291 173
Buffalo           3  7 0  .300 168 244 Denver            4  5 1  .444 205 225
Miami             2  7 1  .222 167 210 Cincinnati        4  5 1  .444 227 247
Boston            2  8 0  .200 152 217 San Diego         4  6 0  .400 129 177
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 23
WASHINGTON 27, Atlanta 10              Baltimore 24, CHICAGO 21
Philadelphia 34, ST. LOUIS 30          MINNESOTA 52, Pittsburgh 14
Detroit 16, GREEN BAY 10               LOS ANGELES 24, Dallas 23
NEW ORLEANS 43, San Francisco 38       CLEVELAND 28, NY Giants 17
A-SAN DIEGO 45, Denver 24              A-HOUSTON 32, Miami 7
A-BOSTON 35, Buffalo 21                A-NY JETS 40, Cincinnati 7
A-Oakland 27, KANSAS CITY 24
NFL EAST - CAPITOL                     NFL EAST - CENTURY
Dallas            8  2 0  .800 288 172 Cleveland         7  2 1  .778 262 221
Washington        5  3 2  .625 233 222 St. Louis         3  6 1  .333 212 258
Philadelphia      4  5 1  .444 217 276 NY Giants         3  7 0  .300 157 241
New Orleans       3  7 0  .300 227 290 Pittsburgh        1  9 0  .100 160 299
NFL WEST - CENTRAL                     NFL WEST - COASTAL
Minnesota         9  1 0  .900 319 103 Los Angeles      10  0 0 1.000 276 169
Detroit           7  3 0  .700 189 141 Baltimore         6  4 0  .600 226 211
GREEN BAY         5  5 0  .500 176 155 Atlanta           3  7 0  .300 178 232
Chicago           1  9 0  .100 159 228 San Francisco     2  7 1  .222 190 251
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                   AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Y-NY Jets         8  3 0  .727 277 207 Y-Oakland         9  1 1  .900 318 197
Houston           5  4 2  .545 208 201 Y-Kansas City     9  2 0  .818 310 131
Boston            3  8 0  .273 187 238 San Diego         5  6 0  .455 174 201
Buffalo           3  8 0  .273 189 279 Denver            4  6 1  .400 229 270
Miami             2  8 1  .200 174 242 Cincinnati        4  6 1  .400 234 287
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 27
DALLAS 24, San Francisco 24 (T)        Minnesota 27, DETROIT 0
A-KANSAS CITY 31, Denver 17            A-San Diego 21, HOUSTON 17
A-BUFFALO 16, Cincinnati 13         
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 30
Green Bay 20, NY Giants 10 @ Milwaukee BALTIMORE 13, Atlanta 6
NEW ORLEANS 26, Philadelphia 17        ST. LOUIS 47, Pittsburgh 10
Cleveland 28, CHICAGO 24               Los Angeles 24, WASHINGTON 13
A-Oakland 27, NY JETS 14               A-Boston 38, Miami 23 at Tampa
NFL EAST - CAPITOL                     NFL EAST - CENTURY
Dallas            8  2 1  .800 312 196 X-Cleveland       8  2 1  .800 290 245
Washington        5  4 2  .556 246 246 St. Louis         4  6 1  .400 259 268
Philadelphia      4  6 1  .400 234 302 NY Giants         3  8 0  .273 167 261
New Orleans       4  7 0  .364 253 307 Pittsburgh        1 10 0  .091 170 346
NFL WEST - CENTRAL                     NFL WEST - COASTAL
X-Minnesota      10  1 0  .909 346 103 X-Los Angeles    11  0 0 1.000 300 182
Detroit           7  4 0  .636 189 168 Baltimore         7  4 0  .636 239 217
GREEN BAY         6  5 0  .545 196 165 Atlanta           3  8 0  .273 184 245
Chicago           1 10 0  .091 183 256 San Francisco     2  7 2  .222 214 275
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                   AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Y-NY Jets         8  4 0  .667 291 234 Y-Oakland        10  1 1  .909 345 211
Houston           5  5 2  .500 225 222 Y-Kansas City    10  2 0  .833 341 148
Boston            4  8 0  .333 225 261 San Diego         6  6 0  .500 195 218
Buffalo           4  8 0  .333 205 292 Denver            4  7 1  .364 246 301
Miami             2  9 1  .182 197 280 Cincinnati        4  7 1  .364 247 303
X-Clinched Division Title              Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
SATURDAY DECEMBER 6
SAN FRANCISCO 42, Chicago 21           A-NY Jets 34, HOUSTON 26
SUNDAY DECEMBER 7
Washington 34, PHILADELPHIA 29         ATLANTA 45, New Orleans 17
NY GIANTS 49, St. Louis 6              BALTIMORE 17, Detroit 17 (T)
Minnesota 20, LOS ANGELES 13           CLEVELAND 20, Green Bay 7
Dallas 10, PITTSBURGH 7                A-SAN DIEGO 28, Boston 18
A-KANSAS CITY 22, Buffalo 18           A-OAKLAND 37, Cincinnati 17
A-MIAMI 27, Denver 24
NFL EAST - CAPITOL                     NFL EAST - CENTURY
X-Dallas          9  2 1  .818 322 203 X-Cleveland       9  2 1  .818 310 252
Washington        6  4 2  .600 280 275 St. Louis         4  7 1  .364 265 317
Philadelphia      4  7 1  .364 263 336 NY Giants         4  8 0  .333 216 267
New Orleans       4  8 0  .333 270 352 Pittsburgh        1 11 0  .083 177 356
NFL WEST - CENTRAL                     NFL WEST - COASTAL
X-Minnesota      11  1 0  .917 366 116 X-Los Angeles    11  1 0  .917 313 202
Detroit           7  4 1  .636 206 185 Baltimore         7  4 1  .636 256 234
GREEN BAY         6  6 0  .500 203 185 Atlanta           4  8 0  .333 229 262
Chicago           1 11 0  .083 204 298 San Francisco     3  7 2  .300 256 296
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                   AFL WESTERN DIVISION
X-NY Jets         9  4 0  .692 325 260 Y-Oakland        11  1 1  .917 382 228
Y-Houston         5  6 2  .455 251 256 Y-Kansas City    11  2 0  .846 363 166
Boston            4  9 0  .308 243 289 San Diego         7  6 0  .538 223 246
Buffalo           4  9 0  .308 223 314 Denver            4  8 1  .333 270 328
Miami             3  9 1  .250 224 304 Cincinnati        4  8 1  .333 264 340
X-Clinched Division Title              Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
SATURDAY DECEMBER 13
DALLAS 27, Baltimore 10                A-OAKLAND 10, Kansas City 6
SUNDAY DECEMBER 21
Detroit 20, CHICAGO 3                  SAN FRANCISCO 14, Philadelphia 13
NEW ORLEANS 27, Pittsburgh 24          GREEN BAY 45, St. Louis 28
DALLAS 20, Washington 10               ATLANTA 10, Minnesota 3
Baltimore 13, LOS ANGELES 7            NY GIANTS 27, Cleveland 14
NFL EAST - CAPITOL                     NFL EAST - CENTURY
X-Dallas         11  2 1  .846 369 223 X-Cleveland      10  3 1  .769 351 300
Washington        7  5 2  .583 307 319 NY Giants         6  8 0  .429 264 298
New Orleans       5  9 0  .357 311 393 St. Louis         4  9 1  .308 314 389
Philadelphia      4  9 1  .308 279 377 Pittsburgh        1 13 0  .071 218 404
NFL WEST - CENTRAL                     NFL WEST - COASTAL
X-Minnesota      12  2 0  .857 379 133 X-Los Angeles    11  3 0  .786 320 243
Detroit           9  4 1  .692 259 188 Baltimore         8  5 1  .615 279 268
GREEN BAY         8  6 0  .571 269 221 Atlanta           6  8 0  .429 276 268
Chicago           1 13 0  .071 210 339 San Francisco     4  8 2  .333 277 319
X-Clinched Division Title
Cleveland Browns (10-3-1)
Head Coach: Blanton Collier
Passing Leader: Bill Nelsen (2743)
Rushing Leader: Leroy Kelly (817)
Receiving Leader: Gary Collins (54-786)
Washington Redskins (7-5-2)
Head Coach: Vince Lombardi
Passing Leader: Sonny Jurgensen (3102)
Rushing Leader: Larry Brown (888)
Receiving Leader: Charley Taylor (71-883)
Pittsburgh Steelers (1-13)
Head Coach: Chuck Noll
Passing Leader: Dick Shiner (1422)
Rushing Leader: Dick Hoak (531)
Receiving Leader: Roy Jefferson (67-1079)
Los Angeles Rams (11-3)
Head Coach: George Allen
Passing Leader: Roman Gabriel (2549)
Rushing Leader: Larry Smith (599)
Receiving Leader: Jack Snow (49-734)
Chicago Bears (1-13)
Head Coach: Jim Dooley
Passing Leader: Jack Concannon (783)
Rushing Leader: Gale Sayers (1032)
Receiving Leader: Bob Wallace (47-553)
Philadelphia Eagles (4-9-1)
Head Coach: Jerry Williams
Passing Leader: Norm Snead (2768)
Rushing Leader: Tom Woodeshick (831)
Receiving Leader: Harold Jackson (65-1116)
St. Louis Cardinals (4-9-1)
Head Coach: Charley Winner
Passing Leader: Charley Johnson (1847)
Rushing Leader: Cid Edwards (504)
Receiving Leader: Dave Williams (56-702)
New York Giants (6-8)
Head Coach: Allie Sherman
Passing Leader: Fran Tarkenton (2918)
Rushing Leader: Joe Morrison (387)
Receiving Leader: Joe Morrison (44-647)
Baltimore Colts (8-5-1)
Head Coach: Don Shula
Passing Leader: Johnny Unitas (2342)
Rushing Leader: Tom Matte (909)
Receiving Leader: Willie Richardson (43-646)/Tom Matte (43-513)
Detroit Lions (9-4-1)
Head Coach: Joe Schmidt
Passing Leader: Bill Munson (1062)
Rushing Leader: Bill Triplett (377)
Receiving Leader: Charlie Sanders (42-656)
San Francisco 49ers (4-8-2)
Head Coach: Dick Nolan
Passing Leader: John Brodie (2405)
Rushing Leader: Ken Willard (557)
Receiving Leader: Gene Washington (51-711)/Doug Cunningham (51-484)
Green Bay Packers (8-6)
Head Coach: Phil Bengtson
Passing Leader: Don Horn (1505)
Rushing Leader: Travis Williams (536)
Receiving Leader: Carroll Dale (45-879)
Dallas Cowboys (11-2-1)
Head Coach: Tom Landry
Passing Leader: Craig Morton (2619)
Rushing Leader: Calvin Hill (942)
Receiving Leader: Lance Rentzel (43-960)
Houston Oilers (6-6-2)
Head Coach: Wally Lemm
Passing Leader: Pete Beathard (2455)
Rushing Leader: Hoyle Granger (740)
Receiving Leader: Alvin Reed (51-664)
New York Jets (10-4)
Head Coach: Weeb Ewbank
Passing Leader: Joe Namath (2734)
Rushing Leader: Matt Snell (695)
Receiving Leader: Don Maynard (47-938)
Buffalo Bills (4-10)
Head Coach: Johnny Rauch
Passing Leader: Jack Kemp (1981)
Rushing Leader: O.J. Simpson (697)
Receiving Leader: Haven Moses (39-752)
Boston Patriots (4-10)
Head Coach: Clive Rush
Passing Leader: Mike Taliaferro (2160)
Rushing Leader: Jim Nance (750)
Receiving Leader: Carl Garrett (29-267)/Jim Nance (29-168)
San Diego Chargers (8-6)
Head Coach: Sid Gillman (4-5) and Charlie Waller (4-1)
Passing Leader: John Hadl (2253)
Rushing Leader: Dickie Post (873)
Receiving Leader: Lance Alworth (64-1003)
Kansas City Chiefs (11-3)
Head Coach: Hank Stram
Passing Leader: Len Dawson (1323)
Rushing Leader: Mike Garrett (732)
Receiving Leader: Mike Garrett (43-432)
Oakland Raiders (12-1-1)
Head Coach: John Madden
Passing Leader: Daryle Lamonica (3302)
Rushing Leader: Charlie Smith (600)
Receiving Leader: Fred Biletnikoff (54-837)
Denver Broncos (5-8-1)
Head Coach: Lou Saban
Passing Leader: Steve Tensi (1890)
Rushing Leader: Floyd Little (729)
Receiving Leader: Al Denson (53-809)
Minnesota Vikings (12-2)
Head Coach: Bud Grant
Passing Leader: Joe Kapp (1726)
Rushing Leader: Dave Osborn (643)
Receiving Leader: Gene Washington (39-821)
Atlanta Falcons (6-8)
Head Coach: Norm Van Brocklin
Passing Leader: Bob Berry (1087)
Rushing Leader: Cannonball Butler (655)
Receiving Leader: Paul Flatley (45-834)
Miami Dolphins (3-10-1)
Head Coach: George Wilson
Passing Leader: Bob Griese (1695)
Rushing Leader: Jim Kiick (575)
Receiving Leader: Larry Seiple (41-577)
New Orleans Saints (5-9)
Head Coach: Tom Fears
Passing Leader: Billy Kilmer (2532)
Rushing Leader: Andy Livingston (761)
Receiving Leader: Dan Abramowicz (73-1015)
Cincinnati Bengals (4-9-1)
Head Coach: Paul Brown
Passing Leader: Greg Cook (1854)
Rushing Leader: Jess Phillips (578)
Receiving Leader: Eric Crabtree (40-855)
Indianapolis Capitols (8-4)
Head Coach: Ken Carpenter
Ohio Valley Ironmen (6-6)
Head Coach: Lon Blumling
Chicago Owls (5-7)
Head Coach: Bob Webb
Orlando Panthers (10-2)
Head Coach: Dick Pesonen
Omaha Mustangs (6-6)
Head Coach: Don Fleming
Tri-City Apollos (2-10)
H. Coach: Chuck Cherundolo
Norfolk Neptunes (8-4)
Coaches: G. Glick/G. Hughes
Alabama Hawks (6-6)
Head Coach: Dave Sington
San Antonio Toros (7-4)
Head Coach: Hoover Evans
Spokane Shockers (5-7)
Head Coach: Hugh Taylor
Sacramento Capitols (8-4)
Head Coach: George Porter
Seattle Rangers (7-5)
Head Coach: Don White
Arkansas Diamonds (5-7)
Head Coach: Fred Williams
Jersey Jays (7-5)
Head Coach: Nick Cutro
Las Vegas Cowboys (8-4)
Head Coach: Paul Massey
Portland Loggers (3-9)
Head Coach: Chuck Fenenbock
West Texas Rufneks (7-4)
Head Coach: Ted Dawson
Texarkana Titans (7-5)
Head Coach: T. Collins/J. Cobb
Oklahoma Thunderbirds (5-6)
Head Coach: Art Ramage
Fort Worth Braves (5-7)
Head Coach: John Hatley
Mexico Golden Aztecs (2-6)
Head Coach: Duncan McCauley
Dallas Rockets (1-10)
Head Coach: Joe Verett
Washington        7  4 2  .636 297 289 NY Giants         5  8 0  .385 237 284
Philadelphia      4  8 1  .333 266 363 St. Louis         4  8 1  .333 286 344
New Orleans       4  9 0  .308 284 369 Pittsburgh        1 12 0  .077 194 377
NFL WEST - CENTRAL                     NFL WEST - COASTAL
X-Minnesota      12  1 0  .923 376 123 X-Los Angeles    11  2 0  .846 313 230
Detroit           8  4 1  .667 234 185 Baltimore         7  5 1  .583 266 261
GREEN BAY         7  6 0  .538 224 188 Atlanta           5  8 0  .385 256 265
Chicago           1 12 0  .077 207 319 San Francisco     3  8 2  .273 263 306
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                   AFL WESTERN DIVISION
X-NY Jets        10  4 0  .714 353 269 X-Oakland        12  1 1  .846 377 242
Y-Houston         6  6 2  .500 278 279 Y-Kansas City    11  3 0  .786 359 177
Boston            4 10 0  .286 266 316 San Diego         8  6 0  .571 288 276
Buffalo           4 10 0  .286 230 359 Denver            5  8 1  .385 297 344
Miami             3 10 1  .231 233 332 Cincinnati        4  9 1  .308 280 367
X-Clinched Division Title              Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
SATURDAY AUGUST 23
Las Vegas 21, SPOKANE 13 (9,876) - Former Bengal QB Dewey Warren completed 17 of 28 passes for 220 yards and two TDs for the Cowboys
Sacramento 10, SEATTLE 6 - Sacramento scored the first time they had the ball. Led by QB Ken Berry and his top receiver, Hugh Oldham, they drove 60 yards to the Seattle 20 in 10 plays, where Ron Miller kicked a 27-yard FG
SUNDAY AUGUST 24
OMAHA 35, Oklahoma 21
PORTLAND 17, Fort Worth 10 (2,316) - The Loggers' Rhome Nixon took a pass from Jerry Otterson and ran 44 yards for the winning touchdown
EASTERN DIVISION                       CENTRAL DIVISION
Jersey            0  0 0  .000   0   0 Omaha             1  0 0 1.000  35  21
Orlando           0  0 0  .000   0   0 Indianapolis      0  0 0  .000   0   0
Norfolk           0  0 0  .000   0   0 Ohio Valley       0  0 0  .000   0   0
Alabama           0  0 0  .000   0   0 Chicago           0  0 0  .000   0   0
Arkansas          0  0 0  .000   0   0 Tri-City          0  0 0  .000   0   0
TEXAS DIVISION                         PACIFIC DIVISION       
San Antonio       0  0 0  .000   0   0 Sacramento        1  0 0 1.000  10   6
West Texas        0  0 0  .000   0   0 Portland          1  0 0 1.000  17  10
Texarkana         0  0 0  .000   0   0 Las Vegas         1  0 0 1.000  21  13
Mexico            0  0 0  .000   0   0 Spokane           0  1 0  .000  13  21
Dallas            0  0 0  .000   0   0 Seattle           0  1 0  .000   6  10
Oklahoma          0  1 0  .000  21  35
Fort Worth        0  1 0  .000  10  17
FRIDAY AUGUST 29
Norfolk 44, JERSEY 12 - The Neptunes scored 37 points in the first half
SATURDAY AUGUST 30
ARKANSAS 21, Omaha 17
Alabama 31, TRI-CITY 17 - Ken Deckard caught a pair of 39-yard scoring passes from Terry Southall for the Hawks
Indianapolis 10, SEATTLE 9
Chicago 33, SPOKANE 9 - Spokane not only got swamped but lost quarterback John Pappas for the year with a broken leg
MEXICO 34, Oklahoma 33 (911) - In heavy rain, Luz Pedraza completed 20 of 47 passes for 331 yards and four TDs for the winners
FORT WORTH 30, Portland 22 (10,266) - The Braves scored 20 points in the fourth quarter for the win
SUNDAY AUGUST 31
Texarkana 40, DALLAS 13
OHIO VALLEY 14, Orlando 7 - The Ironmen pulled the stunner as they marched 95 yards in the final quarter, with Marlin Valet scoring the clincher on a 2-yard plunge
EASTERN DIVISION                       CENTRAL DIVISION
Arkansas          1  0 0 1.000  21  17 Ohio Valley       1  0 0 1.000  14   7
Alabama           1  0 0 1.000  31  17 Indianapolis      1  0 0 1.000  10   9
Norfolk           1  0 0 1.000  44  12 Chicago           1  0 0 1.000  33   9
Orlando           0  1 0  .000   7  14 Omaha             1  1 0  .500  52  42
Jersey            0  1 0  .000  12  44 Tri-City          0  1 0  .000  17  31
TEXAS DIVISION                         PACIFIC DIVISION       
Texarkana         1  0 0 1.000  40  13 Las Vegas         1  0 0 1.000  21  13
Mexico            1  0 0 1.000  34  33 Sacramento        1  0 0 1.000  10   6
Fort Worth        1  1 0  .500  40  39 Portland          1  1 0  .500  39  49
San Antonio       0  0 0  .000   0   0 Spokane           0  2 0  .000  22  54
West Texas        0  0 0  .000   0   0 Seattle           0  2 0  .000  15  20
Dallas            0  1 0  .000  13  40
Oklahoma          0  2 0  .000  54  69
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2
LAS VEGAS 20, San Antonio 14 (3,750) - Down 20-14 in the fourth, the Toros made one last thrust late in the game, but Bob Burton recovered a fumble deep in the Las Vegas territory
SACRAMENTO 17, West Texas 14
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5
SAN ANTONIO 14, Monterrey 0 (6,200)
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6
OKLAHOMA 35, Dallas 21
ORLANDO 41, Arkansas 0 - Don Jonas threw five TD passes to lead the Panthers to the easy win
INDIANAPOLIS 28, Norfolk 27 - John Walton played his first professional football game and engineered two long scoring drives with less than 4 minutes left to play for the Caps
OMAHA 33, Tri-City 7
SEATTLE 20, Las Vegas 3 (5,590) - The Rangers rolled up 207 yards rushing
WEST TEXAS 24, Texarkana 13
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 7
ALABAMA 28, Chicago 26
PORTLAND 32, Spokane 14 - Bob Jackson's three TDs and John Seedborg's eight kicking points pushed Portland to the win
OHIO VALLEY 31, Jersey 19 - Jersey's front four blocked three Ironmen punts and led 11-7 at the half, before the Ironmen ran and passed for 410 yards in the comeback
EASTERN DIVISION                       CENTRAL DIVISION
Alabama           2  0 0 1.000  59  43 Ohio Valley       2  0 0 1.000  45  26
Arkansas          1  1 0  .500  21  58 Indianapolis      2  0 0 1.000  38  36
Norfolk           1  1 0  .500  71  40 Omaha             2  1 0  .667  85  49
Orlando           1  1 0  .500  48  14 Chicago           1  1 0  .500  59  37
Jersey            0  2 0  .000  31  75 Tri-City          0  2 0  .000  24  64
TEXAS DIVISION                         PACIFIC DIVISION       
Texarkana         1  1 0  .500  53  37 Sacramento        2  0 0 1.000  27  20
Mexico            1  1 0  .500  34  47 Portland          2  1 0  .667  71  54
San Antonio       1  1 0  .500  28  20 Las Vegas         2  1 0  .667  44  47
West Texas        1  1 0  .500  38  30 Seattle           1  2 0  .333  35  23
Fort Worth        1  1 0  .500  40  39 Spokane           0  3 0  .000  36  86
Oklahoma          1  2 0  .333  89  90
Dallas            0  2 0  .000  34  75
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 9
Fort Worth 35, Mexico 14
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13
Orlando 14, INDIANAPOLIS 6 - Don Jonas threw two TD passes and Pat Batten ran for 133 yards as the Panthers handed the Caps their first loss
San Antonio 14, WEST TEXAS 12 (4,000) - The Toros led 14-0 going into the fourth and held on. Rey Farias ran for 101 yards to lead the Toros
NORFOLK 28, Ohio Valley 3 - The Neptune defensive unit picked off five passes and bottled up the Ironmen's ground game
OKLAHOMA 42, Fort Worth 38 - Mike Stripling threw for four TDs and ran for another as the Thunderbirds pulled off the upset
SEATTLE 23, Portland 20
TEXARKANA 20, Mexico 7
Alabama 31, OMAHA 7
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 14
Jersey 38, ARKANSAS 35 - Don Gault threw a 16-yard TD to Charlie Leigh with 11 second left to lift the Jays to their first win
CHICAGO 17, Tri-City 14
EASTERN DIVISION                       CENTRAL DIVISION
Alabama           3  0 0 1.000  90  50 Ohio Valley       2  1 0  .667  48  54
Orlando           2  1 0  .667  62  20 Indianapolis      2  1 0  .667  44  50
Norfolk           2  1 0  .667  99  43 Chicago           2  1 0  .667  76  51
Arkansas          1  2 0  .333  56  96 Omaha             2  2 0  .500  92  80
Jersey            1  2 0  .333  69 110 Tri-City          0  3 0  .000  38  81
TEXAS DIVISION                         PACIFIC DIVISION       
Texarkana         2  1 0  .667  73  44 Sacramento        2  0 0 1.000  27  20
San Antonio       2  1 0  .667  42  32 Las Vegas         2  1 0  .667  44  47
Fort Worth        2  2 0  .500 111  95 Portland          2  2 0  .500  91  77
Oklahoma          2  2 0  .500 131 128 Seattle           2  2 0  .500  58  43
West Texas        1  2 0  .333  50  44 Spokane           0  3 0  .000  36  86
Mexico            1  3 0  .250  55 102
Dallas            0  2 0  .000  34  75
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 16
LAS VEGAS 24, Sacramento 7 - The Cowboys held the Capitols to 33 yards rushing and sacked Sacramento quarterbacks four times. Dewey Warren completed 16 of 31 passes for 158 yards and two touchdowns
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18
Mexico 17, DALLAS 3 - Luz Pedraza passed for 107 yards and 1 TD to lead the Aztecs, who became homeless and in danger of folding during the week
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19
JERSEY 24, Indianapolis 7
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20
SPOKANE 23, Portland 17 (OT) - Noki Fuimaona swept into the end zone from the six-yard line with 4:34 left in sudden-death overtime as the Shockers took their first win of the year
Orlando 31, CHICAGO 10 - QB Don Jonas accounted for all of the Panthers' points and was named CFL Offensive Player of the Week
SAN ANTONIO 32, Oklahoma 10 - Oklahoma led 10-9 going into the fourth before the Toros erupted for 23 unanswered points
Arkansas 16, TEXARKANA 2- Bobby Tiner threw TD passes to Tommy Burnett and Don Thone
Ohio Valley 28, TRI-CITY 17
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 21
Norfolk 20, ALABAMA 7 (2,000) - The Neptunes rallied after trailing 7-6 in the fourth to hand the Hawks their first loss
Omaha 27, FORT WORTH 16
EASTERN DIVISION                       CENTRAL DIVISION
Alabama           3  1 0  .750  97  70 Ohio Valley       3  1 0  .750  76  71
Orlando           3  1 0  .750  93  30 Omaha             3  2 0  .600 119  97
Norfolk           3  1 0  .750 119  50 Chicago           2  2 0  .500  86  82
Arkansas          2  2 0  .500  72  98 Indianapolis      2  2 0  .500  51  74
Jersey            2  2 0  .500  93 117 Tri-City          0  4 0  .000  55 109
TEXAS DIVISION                         PACIFIC DIVISION       
San Antonio       3  1 0  .750  74  42 Las Vegas         3  1 0  .750  68  54
Texarkana         2  2 0  .500  77  76 Sacramento        2  1 0  .667  34  44
Fort Worth        2  3 0  .400 127 122 Seattle           2  2 0  .500  58  43
Oklahoma          2  3 0  .400 141 160 Portland          2  3 0  .400 108 100
Mexico            2  3 0  .400  72 105 Spokane           1  3 0  .350  59 103
West Texas        1  2 0  .333  50  44
Dallas            0  3 0  .00   37  92
NOTE: Mexico Aztecs franchises was suspended on September 21
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 23
Seattle 14, SACRAMENTO 12
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27
Las Vegas 30, WEST TEXAS 27 (7,000) - The game was heavy-sided with penalties by Las Vegas, as they were hit with 119 yards in infractions. They asked that if they played in Texas again, Texan officials not be used
ARKANSAS 42, Dallas 6 - Head coach Fred Williams and GM Jim Landers resigned after the game, saying the Diamonds were out of money
Seattle 31, SPOKANE 21
Jersey 21, NORFOLK 17
Omaha 30, OKLAHOMA 24
Texarkana 1, Mexico 0 (Forfeit)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28
FORT WORTH 31, San Antonio 21 (8,939) - Ruben Whitney ran back a fumble 94 yards for a Toro TD to make it 7-7, but the Braves ran for 270 yards and pulled off the upset
Chicago 30, OHIO VALLEY 21 - George Bork threw three TD passes to lead the Owls. Bork's scoring passes went to John Powers and Gary Townsend
ORLANDO 21, Indianapolis 9 - Two TDs in the last quarter gave Orlando the win. Al Moore had the Caps' only TD on a 28-yard run in the 2nd quarter
ALABAMA 17, Tri-City 13 (2,000)
Sacramento 18, PORTLAND 7
EASTERN DIVISION                       CENTRAL DIVISION
Alabama           4  1 0  .800 114  70 Omaha             4  2 0  .667 149 121
Orlando           4  1 0  .800 114  30 Ohio Valley       3  2 0  .600  97 101
Norfolk           3  2 0  .600 136  71 Chicago           3  2 0  .600 116 103
Arkansas          3  2 0  .600 114 104 Indianapolis      2  3 0  .400  60  95
Jersey            3  2 0  .600 114 134 Tri-City          0  5 0  .000  68 126
TEXAS DIVISION                         PACIFIC DIVISION       
San Antonio       3  2 0  .600  95  73 Las Vegas         4  1 0  .800  98  81
Texarkana         3  2 0  .600  78  76 Seattle           4  2 0  .667 103  76
Fort Worth        3  3 0  .500 158 143 Sacramento        3  2 0  .667  64  65
Oklahoma          2  4 0  .333 165 190 Portland          2  4 0  .333 115 118
Mexico            2  4 0  .333  72 106 Spokane           1  4 0  .200  80 134
West Texas        1  3 0  .250  77  74
Dallas            0  4 0  .000  43 134
FRIDAY OCTOBER 3
Ohio Valley 37, JERSEY 21
SATURDAY OCTOBER 4
Norfolk 27, TRI-CITY 13
West Texas 49, OKLAHOMA 21
TEXARKANA 30, Dallas 0
INDIANAPOLIS 20, Seattle 17
Spokane 30, CHICAGO 14
OMAHA 24, Arkansas 7
Fort Worth 1, MEXICO 0 (Forfeit)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 5
ORLANDO 49, Alabama 10
EASTERN DIVISION                       CENTRAL DIVISION
Orlando           5  1 0  .833 163  40 Omaha             5  2 0  .714 173 128
Alabama           4  2 0  .667 124 119 Ohio Valley       4  2 0  .667 134 122
Norfolk           4  2 0  .667 163  84 Chicago           3  3 0  .500 130 133
Arkansas          3  3 0  .500 121 128 Indianapolis      3  3 0  .500  80 112
Jersey            3  3 0  .500 135 171 Tri-City          0  6 0  .000  81 153
TEXAS DIVISION                         PACIFIC DIVISION       
Texarkana         4  2 0  .667 108  76 Las Vegas         4  1 0  .800  98  81
San Antonio       3  2 0  .600  95  73 Sacramento        3  2 0  .600  64  65
Fort Worth        4  3 0  .571 159 143 Seattle           4  3 0  .571 120  96
West Texas        2  3 0  .400 126  95 Portland          2  4 0  .333 115 118
Mexico            2  5 0  .286  72 107 Spokane           2  4 0  .333 110 148
Oklahoma          2  5 0  .286 186 239
Dallas            0  5 0  .000  43 164
NOTE: The league took over the Arkansas franchise, and gave Alabama permission to move to Birmingham from Huntsville
SACRAMENTO 27, Portland 7 - Ron Miller kicked a 52-yard FG to lead the Capitols to the win. The kick ties a league record
Fort Worth 34, Dallas 20
SATURDAY OCTOBER 18
West Texas 37, TEXARKANA 35 - Kenny Vinyard's 37-yard FG with 39 seconds left climaxed a comeback which saw the Rufneks score 16 points in the final 12 minutes of the game
Jersey 24, Tri-City 9
Norfolk 35, Omaha 16
Chicago 21, Arkansas 10
Oklahoma 27, Dallas 19
SAN ANTONIO 21, Fort Worth 20 (5,695)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 19
OHIO VALLEY 27, Indianapolis 20 - Pete Mills killed an Caps drive with less than six minutes left when he fell on a fumble in the Ohio Valley end zone
Orlando 7, Alabama 3
EASTERN DIVISION                       CENTRAL DIVISION
Orlando           6  2 0  .750 193  81 Omaha             6  3 0  .667 213 177
Norfolk           6  2 0  .750 236 123 Ohio Valley       5  3 0  .625 175 166
Jersey            5  3 0  .625 180 194 Indianapolis      4  4 0  .500 135 142
Arkansas          4  4 0  .500 162 177 Chicago           4  4 0  .500 165 164
Alabama           4  4 0  .500 155 157 Tri-City          0  8 0  .000  93 212
TEXAS DIVISION                         PACIFIC DIVISION       
San Antonio       5  2 0  .714 168 107 Las Vegas         5  1 0  .833 118  81
West Texas        4  3 0  .529 164 130 Seattle           5  3 0  .625 134 108
Fort Worth        5  4 0  .556 213 184 Sacramento        4  3 0  .571  91  93
Texarkana         4  4 0  .500 157 165 Portland          2  5 0  .286 122 145
Oklahoma          3  5 0  .375 213 258 Spokane           2  5 0  .286 122 162
Mexico            2  6 0  .250  72 108
Dallas            0  7 0  .000  82 225
TUESDAY OCTOBER 21
SPOKANE 17, Sacramento 6 - Capped by a third quarter 52-yard scoring play, the Shockers won. The long play came with 3:28 remaining in the third when QB Danny Holman hit Neki Fuimaono with a swing pass
LAS VEGAS 42, Portland 13 - Newly aquired LB Mike Foote, sent from the Rams, intercepted two passes to set up scores for the Cowboys and the defense held the strong Portland rushing attack to just 80 yards
SATURDAY OCTOBER 25
WEST TEXAS 28, Oklahoma 23 - The Rufneks scored two TDs in 42 seconds, made a valiant goal line stand, and then scored in the fourth quarter to defeat a tiring Thunderbirds team, who brought only 23 players
Indianapolis 28, TRI-CITY 9 - John Walton passed for three TDs to keep the Caps in the playoff race. Walton connected with Joe Wynns, Al Moore and Jon Nice, the longest a 30-yard throw to Wynns in the first quarter
San Antonio 35, DALLAS 3 - The Toros parlayed a balanced offense, netting 216 rushing and 223 yards passing, while their determined defense limited the stunned Rockets to 38 yards on the ground and 43 via the airlanes
TEXARKANA 7, Fort Worth 3
Chicago 20, OMAHA 19
ALABAMA 21, Arkansas 7
SUNDAY OCTOBER 26
OHIO VALLEY 35, Norfolk 28 - QB Ed Chlebek guided the Ironmen to a 27-0 lead at the half
PORTLAND 27, Seattle 24
ORLANDO 23, Jersey 13
EASTERN DIVISION                       CENTRAL DIVISION
Orlando           7  2 0  .778 216  94 Ohio Valley       6  3 0  .667 210 194
Norfolk           6  3 0  .667 264 158 Omaha             6  4 0  .600 232 197
Jersey            5  4 0  .556 193 217 Indianapolis      5  4 0  .556 163 151
Alabama           5  4 0  .556 176 164 Chicago           5  4 0  .556 185 183
Arkansas          4  5 0  .444 169 198 Tri-City          0  9 0  .000 102 240
TEXAS DIVISION                         PACIFIC DIVISION       
San Antonio       6  2 0  .750 203 110 Las Vegas         6  1 0  .857 160  94
West Texas        5  3 0  .625 192 153 Seattle           5  4 0  .556 158 135
Texarkana         5  4 0  .556 164 168 Sacramento        4  4 0  .500  97 110
Fort Worth        5  5 0  .500 216 191 Spokane           3  5 0  .375 139 168
Oklahoma          3  6 0  .333 236 286 Portland          3  6 0  .333 162 211
Mexico            2  6 0  .250  72 108
Dallas            0  8 0  .000  85 260
TUESDAY OCTOBER 28
LAS VEGAS 28, Spokane 21 - With a little more than a minute to play, Ace took a short pass from Dewey Warren and rambled 71 yards to a TD, giving Las Vegas the win after the Shockers had tied it up with 1:27 to go
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1
WEST TEXAS 12, San Antonio 10 (10,207) - Kenny Vinyard booted a 37-yard FG through the winds and rain of a thunderstorm to give West Texas their margin of victory to the cheers of the few hundred fans who stayed
INDIANAPOLIS 28, Omaha 23 - Indianapolis scored 21 points in the first quarter and held on for the win. HB Al Moore scored three touchdowns for the Caps, two by snagging John Walton passes for 69 and 71 yards
Orlando 24, JERSEY 20
OKLAHOMA 42, Texarkana 13
NORFOLK 24, Alabama 7
ARKANSAS 14, Chicago 3
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2
Tri-City 26, WHEELING 7 - The Ironmen led 7-0 before Tri-City's Dick Berlinski booted FGs of 18 and 22 yards, and the visitors racked up three touchdowns while holding the Ironmen scoreless the rest of the game
EASTERN DIVISION                       CENTRAL DIVISION
Orlando           8  2 0  .800 240 114 Ohio Valley       6  4 0  .600 217 220
Norfolk           7  3 0  .700 288 165 Indianapolis      6  4 0  .600 191 174
Jersey            5  5 0  .500 213 241 Omaha             6  5 0  .545 255 225
Alabama           5  5 0  .500 183 188 Chicago           5  5 0  .500 188 197
Arkansas          5  5 0  .500 183 201 Tri-City          1  9 0  .100 128 247
TEXAS DIVISION                         PACIFIC DIVISION       
San Antonio       6  3 0  .667 213 122 Las Vegas         7  1 0  .875 188 115
West Texas        6  3 0  .667 204 163 Seattle           5  4 0  .556 158 135
Texarkana         5  5 0  .500 177 210 Sacramento        4  4 0  .556  97 110
Fort Worth        5  5 0  .500 216 191 Spokane           3  6 0  .333 160 196
Oklahoma          4  6 0  .400 278 299 Portland          3  6 0  .333 162 211
Mexico            2  6 0  .250  72 108
Dallas            0  8 0  .000  85 260
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4
SACRAMENTO 31, Las Vegas 10 (7,826) - Dewet Warren was forced out of his game plan early and the Capitols took advantage of it, intercepting four passes - two of them returned for touchdowns - as they totally dominated
DALLAS 23, Fort Worth 10
SPOKANE 24, Seattle 7
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8
Indianapolis 37, CHICAGO 14 - John Walton hurled three TD passes and scored another on a two-yard run for the Caps. John Quillen scored both touchdowns for the Owls
SAN ANTONIO 42, West Texas 20 - The Toros took the opening kickoff and marched 74 yards in 10 plays to take a lead they never gave up as they rolled up 402 yards total offense and won a chance at the division playoff berth
TEXARKANA 27, Dallas 14
Jersey 17, TRI-CITY 7
NORFOLK 55, Arkansas 14
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9
Oklahoma 36, FORT WORTH 34 - Oklahoma's Wes Matthews killed the Braves' comeback hopes when he kicked a 35-yard FG with 4:26 left to play to give the Thunderbirds a 36-27 lead
ALABAMA 34, Omaha 10
ORLANDO 45, Ohio Valley 14
SEATTLE 44, Portland 20
EASTERN DIVISION                       CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Orlando         9  2 0  .818 285 128 X-Indianapolis    7  4 0  .636 228 188
Norfolk           8  3 0  .727 343 179 Ohio Valley       6  5 0  .545 231 265
Jersey            6  5 0  .545 230 248 Omaha             6  6 0  .500 265 259
Alabama           6  5 0  .545 217 198 Chicago           5  6 0  .455 202 234
Arkansas          5  6 0  .455 197 256 Tri-City          1 10 0  .091 135 264
TEXAS DIVISION                         PACIFIC DIVISION       
San Antonio       7  3 0  .700 255 142 Las Vegas         7  2 0  .778 198 146
West Texas        6  4 0  .600 224 205 Sacramento        5  4 0  .556 128 120
Texarkana         6  5 0  .545 204 224 Seattle           6  5 0  .545 209 179
Oklahoma          5  6 0  .455 314 333 Spokane           4  6 0  .400 184 203
Fort Worth        5  7 0  .417 260 250 Portland          3  7 0  .300 182 255
Mexico            2  6 0  .250  72 108 X-Clinched division title tie
Dallas            1  9 0  .100 122 297
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 11
SACRAMENTO 13, Las Vegas 10 (7,026) - Down 6-3, the Cowboys scored when Dewey Warren hooked up with Ace Hendricks on a 34-yard TD. Caps QB John Goodman hit Hugh Oldham for a 35-yard TD with 1:12 to go
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15
Sacramento 38, SAN ANTONIO 24 - The Toros lost, but Texas Division owners voted that they would advance to the playoffs. Hugh Oldham ran back two kickoffs for TDs to lead the Caps, and scored two via the air
INDIANAPOLIS 48, Ohio Valley 14 - The Capitols wrapped up the Central Division title
ORLANDO 45, Norfolk 23 - Don Jonas passed for three TDs and Thurmond Jones ran for three more as the Panthers won the Eastern Division
JERSEY 35, Alabama 6
TRI-CITY 13, Chicago 6
Texarkana 42, ARKANSAS 38 - The Rufneks clinched a spot in the Texas Division playoffs as the Eastern Section (Texarkana, Oklahoma, Fort Worth, Dallas) champion
West Texas 21, DALLAS 7
OKLAHOMA 1, Fort Worth 0 (Forfeit)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 16
Spokane 58, PORTLAND 27
EASTERN DIVISION                       CENTRAL DIVISION
Z-Orlando        10  2 0  .833 330 151 Z-Indianapolis    8  4 0  .667 276 202
Norfolk           8  4 0  .667 366 224 Ohio Valley       6  6 0  .500 245 313
Jersey            7  5 0  .583 265 254 Omaha             6  6 0  .500 265 259
Alabama           6  6 0  .500 223 233 Chicago           5  7 0  .417 208 247
Arkansas          5  7 0  .417 235 298 Tri-City          2 10 0  .167 148 270
TEXAS DIVISION                         PACIFIC DIVISION       
X-San Antonio     7  4 0  .636 279 180 Las Vegas         7  3 0  .700 208 159
West Texas        7  4 0  .636 245 212 Sacramento        7  4 0  .636 179 154
X-Texarkana       7  5 0  .583 246 262 Seattle           6  5 0  .545 209 179
Oklahoma          6  6 0  .500 315 333 Spokane           5  6 0  .455 242 230
Fort Worth        5  8 0  .385 260 251 Portland          3  8 0  .273 209 313
Mexico            2  6 0  .250  72 108 Z-Clinched division title
Dallas            1 10 0  .091 129 318 X-Clinched playoff berth
FIRST ROUND PLAYOFFS
TEXAS - Sat Nov 29 - San Antonio 20, TEXARKANA 7 (1,740) - The Toros passed for 323 yards and two TDs in a game slowed down by freezing rain
PACIFIC - Sat Nov 29 - Las Vegas 31, SACRAMENTO 0 - The Capitols, coming off a four game winning streak, were expecting a solid crowd, and nearly 10,000 fans showed up for the battle. What they saw was Las Vegas totally dominate the game, winning 31-0. The stingy Las Vegas defense helf the Capitols to 120 yards while the Cowboys gained 237.
EASTERN-CENTRAL - Sat Nov 29 - INDIANAPOLIS 27, Orlando 7 (6,000) - QB John Walton with help from a tenacious defense led the Capitols into the CFL championship. The win was the first for Indianapolis over the Panthers in five games which include two losses early this year and a semi-final contest last season. The Indianapolis defense put pressure on the CFL's MVP, Orlando QB Don Jonas, intercepting him on five occasions.
SEMI-FINALS (December 7 at San Antonio - 7,194)
SAN ANTONIO 21, Las Vegas 17 - The Toros jumped out to a fast, 14-0 lead, before the Cowboys had even warmed up. The Cowboys cut the score to 21-14 with 1:56 remaining in the third quarter when Dewey Warren found Gene Cabading for an 80-yard touchdown. A 34-yard FG made the score 21-17 and had the Toros realing as they staged one final drive. With 27 seconds left. Warren found Mike Oslin in the end zone for an apparent touchdown, but he was ruled out of bounds by the officials. On the following play, Warren had his pass intercepted at the San Antonio 19
1969 CFL CHAMPIONSHIP (December 13 at Indianapolis - 7,416)
INDIANAPOLIS CAPITOLS 44, SAN ANTONIO TOROS 38 - FB John Nice rambled 13 yards with 9 seconds left in a sudden-death playoff to give Indianapolis the Continental Football League championship. San Antonio missed a golden opportunity to win the title when kicking specialist Jerry Moritz booted a 25-yard field goal attempt wide of the mark with 6:10 left in the extra period. Toros QB Sal Olivas threw two touchdown passes and accounted for 314 yards on his 19 completions. He also scored once from a yard out.

1969
Dec 15 - Omaha Mustangs, Ohio Valley Ironmen and Chicago Owls franchises were revoked. Las Vegas Cowboys moved to Memphis. Texarkana moved to El Paso.
1970
February 14-15 - At a league meeting in Memphis, Jersey withdrew, while Alabama and Arkansas were dropped. An expansion franchise in Hershey, PA (Pennsylvania Bruins) was approved. Omaha was re-admitted; Feb 16 - Indianapolis withdrew, while the nine teams indicating they will remain are Spokane, Seattle, Dallas, San Antonio, Fort Worth, West Texas, Sacramento, Omaha and Memphis.; March 2 - West Texas withdrew, as owner Nash Dowdle announced plans to form a new league; March 7 - Indianapolis, Orlando Jersey, Tri-Cities and Norfolk formally withdrew. Jersey moved to the Atlantic Coast Football League (ACFL); March 10 - Commissioner James Dunn resigned. San Antonio Toros were considering a move to the Trans-American Football League, with Hershey, Chicago and Southern California; March 11 - Memphis, Birmingham, Tampa Bay and Dallas-Fort Worth were added to the Trans-American lineup; March 22 - Plans for the Trans-America League were pushed back to 1971; April 5 - Orlando, Indianapolis and Norfolk officially joined the ACFL; April 18 - The CFL was realigned to three division: Pacific (Seattle, Spokane, Sacramento), Texas-Western (Omaha, San Antonio, Fort Worth) and Texas-Eastern (Texarkana, Oklahoma, Dallas). Memphis had reportedly folded; July 2 - Sacramento Capitols folded, effectively ending the CFL
TUESDAY OCTOBER 7
LAS VEGAS 21, Sacramento 0 - Dewey Warren threw two TD passes to Ace Hendricks to keep the Cowboys in first place
SATURDAY OCTOBER 11
OMAHA 24, Ohio Valley 14 - Bob Churchich tossed an 8-yard TD to Pete Tatman in the second half to put the Mustangs up for good
NORFOLK 38, Orlando 23 - Ray Brown ran for two TDs and 123 yards to lead the Neptunes to the upset
INDIANAPOLIS 35, Tri-City 3 - John Walton passed for three TDs and ran for one to lead the Caps
SAN ANTONIO 52, Texarkana 14 (5,080) - 
ARKANSAS 31, Alabama 28
Las Vegas at Oklahoma - The game was cancelled
WEST TEXAS 1, Mexico 0 (Forfeit) - The Rufneks scheduled an exhibition with the Louisiana Hurricanes and won 70-0
Jersey 21, CHICAGO 14
SUNDAY DECEMBER 14
Atlanta 27, PHILADELPHIA 3             WASHINGTON 17, New Orleans 14
NY Giants 21, PITTSBURGH 17            Green Bay 21, CHICAGO 3
MINNESOTA 10, San Francisco 7          Cleveland 27, ST. LOUIS 21
DETROIT 28, Los Angeles 0              A-SAN DIEGO 45, Buffalo 6
A-DENVER 27, Cincinnati 16             A-HOUSTON 27, Boston 23
A-NY Jets 27, Miami 9
NFL EAST - CAPITOL                     NFL EAST - CENTURY
X-Dallas         10  2 1  .833 349 213 X-Cleveland      10  2 1  .833 337 273
FRANCHISES FOLDING: Oklahoma City Plainsmen FRANCHISES MOVING: Charleston Rockets to Jersey (Newark) Jays, Orange County Ramblers to Portland Loggers (via Hawaiian Warriors), Michigan Arrows to Tri-City (Midland, MI) Appolos FRANCHISES ADDED FROM TEXAS FOOTBALL LEAGUE: San Antonio Toros, Dallas Rockets, Fort Worth Braves, Monterrey Aztecs, Texarkana Titans, West Texas (Odessa) Rufneks, Oklahoma (Tulsa) Thunderbirds
TUESDAY OCTOBER 14
SEATTLE 14, Spokane 12 - QB Tom Kennedy hit Jim Paul with a 37-yard TD pass with 22 seconds left. The tally came after a bad snap on a Spokane punt attempt and the short kick that gave the Rangers the ball on the 37