OOPS Computer Football Leagues

*** ALL LEAGUES ***
OOPS Message Board
How to install the League File
How to create a COACH file
SOM Football Game Rules (v13)
Game Lobby Guide
Port Forwarding Instructions
33 Report Writer Reports (Extract to Reports folder)
*** AUTUMN WIND ***
What Is Autumn Wind?
How To Pay Your Entry Fee
2014 Autumn Wind League Charter
2014 Autumn Wind Calendar
2014 Autumn Wind Divisional Alignment
2013 Autumn Wind Schedule
2013 Autumn Wind Standings
2014 Autumn Wind Transactions
2014 Autumn Wind Draft Workbook (08/18/2014) (Trade #39)
2014 Autumn Wind Draft Order Before Trades
2014 Autumn Wind Draft Order
2013 Autumn Wind Draft Report By Round
2013 Autumn Wind Draft Report By Team
2013 AW League File (Regular Season) (FINAL) (240 Games)
2013 AW League File (Playoffs) (FINAL) (11 Games)
2014 Team and Coach Info
CEO Page
*** SPRING FEVER ***
Spring Fever League Charter
2014 Spring Fever Draft Workbook (FINAL)
2014 Spring Fever Draft Order (PDF version)
2014 Spring Fever Draft By Round (PDF version)
2014 Spring Fever Draft By Team (PDF version)
2014 Spring Fever Transactions (PDF version)
2014 Spring Fever Schedule
2014 Spring Fever League File (Regular Season) (FINAL)
2014 Spring Fever League File (Playoffs) (FINAL)
*** FROZEN TUNDRA ***
Frozen Tundra League Charter
2014 Frozen Tundra Draft Workbook
2013 Frozen Tundra Trades (10/07/2013 11:59 PM PDT) (FINAL)
2013 Frozen Tundra League File
2013 Frozen Tundra Standings
2013 Frozen Tundra Statistics
Frozen Tundra Historical Data
*** SUMMER THUNDER ***
Summer Thunder League Charter (Last updated 02/18/2014)
1968 Summer Thunder Draft Workbook (FINAL)
1968 Summer Thunder Schedule
1968 Summer Thunder League File (Regular Season) (FINAL)
1968 Summer Thunder League File (Playoffs) (FINAL)
*** GRIDIRON GLADIATORS ***
Gridiron Gladiators League Charter (07/10/2014)
1957 Gridiron Gladiators Draft Workbook (FINAL)
1957 Gridiron Gladiators Schedule
1957 Gridiron Gladiators League File (Regular Season) (FINAL)
1957 Gridiron Gladiators League File (Playoffs) (FINAL)
*** BATTLE ROYALE ***
Battle Royale League Constitution
2012 Battle Royale League File
2012 Battle Royale Homepage
*** OOPS Fantasy Football League ***
OFFL Super Bowls
2013 Money Earnings
2012 Money Earnings
2011 Money Earnings
2010 Money Earnings
2009 Money Earnings
2008 Money Earnings

    UPDATED 08/19/2014   

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Congratulations to Dennis Crowley for winning the 2014 Spring Fever Championship!

2014 Spring Fever Playoffs

Round 1: WILD CARD ROUND

Mankiewicz Conference Game #1: Baltimore RAVENS 17, Montreal MACHINE 14

Mankiewicz Conference Game #2: Peoria PIRATES 48, Denver BRONCOS 27

Reilly Conference: No Games Scheduled for Round 1

Round 2: DIVISIONAL ROUND

Mankiewicz Conference Game #1: St. Louis RAMS 24, Baltimore RAVENS 21

Mankiewicz Conference Game #2: Phoenix CARDINALS 27, Peoria PIRATES 19

Reilly Conference Game #1: San Diego CHARGERS 37, Buffalo BILLS 34

Reilly Conference Game #2: Seattle SEAHAWKS 31, Pittsburgh STEELERS 19

Round 3: CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

Mankiewicz Conference: St. Louis RAMS 27, Phoenix CARDINALS 11

Reilly Conference: Seattle SEAHAWKS 35, San Diego CHARGERS 10

Round 4: SUPER BOWL X

Seattle SEAHAWKS 27, St. Louis RAMS 20

2014 Spring Fever Game Scores (FINAL)

2014 Spring Fever Standings (FINAL)

2014 Spring Fever Statistics (FINAL)

2014 Spring Fever League File (Regular Season) (FINAL)

2014 Spring Fever League File (Playoffs) (FINAL)

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Congratulations to Garry Nagata for winning the 1968 Summer Thunder Championship!

PLAYOFFS

Round 1: Wildcard Games

AFL: Green Bay PACKERS 27, Washington REDSKINS 20

NFL: Minnesota VIKINGS 20, Oakland RAIDERS 17 (Overtime)

Round 2: Conference Championships

AFL: Chicago BEARS 31, Green Bay PACKERS 25

NFL: Minnesota VIKINGS 27, Baltimore COLTS 3

Round 3: Super Bowl VII

Minnesota VIKINGS 44, Chicago BEARS 15

1968 Summer Thunder Game Scores (FINAL)

1968 Summer Thunder Standings (FINAL)

1968 Summer Thunder Statistics (FINAL)

1968 Summer Thunder League File (Regular Season) (FINAL)

1968 Summer Thunder League File (Playoffs) (FINAL)

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2013 Frozen Tundra News

Congratulations to Nathan Baylor for winning the 2013 Frozen Tundra Championship!

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Congratulations to Marc Lepage for winning the 2013 Autumn Wind Championship!

2013 Autumn Wind Playoffs

Round 1: WILDCARD WEEKEND

AFC Game #1: Baltimore COLTS 28, Grand Rapids RAMPAGE 14

AFC Game #2: Montreal ALOUETTES 44, Oakland RAIDERS 24

NFC Game #1: New York JETS 27, Green Bay PACKERS 10

NFC Game #2: Dallas COWBOYS 30, Miami HOOTERS 8

Round 2: DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS

AFC Game #1: Berlin THUNDER 27, Montreal ALOUETTES 20

AFC Game #2: Baltimore COLTS 19, Detroit LIONS 17

NFC Game #1: Seattle SEAHAWKS 27, New York JETS 10

NFC Game #2: Dallas COWBOYS 16, Dallas DESPERADOS 10

Round 3: CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

AFC: Baltimore COLTS 36, Berlin TUNDER 18

NFC: Dallas COWBOYS 23, Seattle SEAHAWKS 14

Round 4: OOPER BOWL X

Dallas COWBOYS 22, Baltimore COLTS 8

2013 Autumn Wind Statistics (FINAL)

2013 Autumn Wind League File (Regular Season) (FINAL) (240 Games)

2013 Autumn Wind League File (Playoffs) (FINAL) (11 Games)

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Congratulations to Jean Lafleur for winning the 1957 Gridiron Gladiators Championship!

1957 Gridiron Gladiators Playoffs

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

AFC Conference: New Orleans SAINTS 24, San Diego CHARGERS 16

NFC Conference: Dallas COWBOYS 16, Dallas TEXANS 10

SUPER BOWL I

New Orleans SAINTS 20, Dallas COWBOYS 3

1957 Gridiron Gladiators Game Scores (FINAL)

1957 Gridiron Gladiators Standings (FINAL)

1957 Gridiron Gladiators Statistics (FINAL)

1957 Gridiron Gladiators League File (Regular Season) (FINAL)

1957 Gridiron Gladiators League File (Playoffs) (FINAL)

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Congratulations to Nathan Baylor for winning the 2013 Spring Fever Championship!

2013 Spring Fever Playoffs

Round 0: SPECIAL DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF GAMES

Davis Division: California GOLDEN BEARS 31, New Orleans SAINTS 19

Ramos Division: Shreveport STEAMER 17, USC Trojans 6

Round 1: WILD CARD GAMES

Reilly Conference Game #1: California GOLDEN BEARS 10, New England PATRIOTS 6

Reilly Conference Game #2: San Diego CHARGERS 16, Shreveport STEAMER 14

Mankiewicz Conference Game: Peoria PIRATES 34, Montreal MACHINE 10

Round 2: DIVISIONAL GAMES

Reilly Conference: California GOLDEN BEARS 31, San Diego CHARGERS 28 (Overtime)

Mankiewicz Conference: Philadelphia EAGLES 35, Peoria PIRATES 28

Round 3: CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

Reilly Conference: Seattle SEAHAWKS 37, California GOLDEN BEARS 23

Mankiewicz Conference: St. Louis RAMS 20, Philadelphia EAGLES 15

Round 4: SUPER BOWL IX

St. Louis RAMS 15, Seattle SEAHAWKS 9 (Overtime)

2013 Spring Fever Game Scores (FINAL)

2013 Spring Fever Standings (FINAL)

2013 Spring Fever Statistics (FINAL)

2013 Spring Fever League File (Regular Season) (FINAL)

2013 Spring Fever League File (Playoffs) (FINAL)

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Congratulations to Paul Mankiewicz for winning the 2011 Battle Royale Championship!

2011 Battle Royale Playoffs

ROUND ONE

St. Louis RAMS 16, Dracut MIDDIES 12

Escondido CHARGERS 20, Maryland TURTLES 17

Hilton Head GAMECOCKS 16, Orange County JETS 14

ROUND TWO

St. Louis RAMS 40, Philadelphia EAGLES 37 (Overtime)

Escondido CHARGERS 26, Woodbridge BARONS 23 (Overtime)

Hilton Head GAMECOCKS 27, Orange RAMBLERS 7

Ellicot City NECROMANTIKS 24, Seattle SHURIKEN 17

ROUND THREE

Ellicot City NECROMANTIKS 41, St. Louis RAMS 10

Escondido CHARGERS 31, Hilton Head GAMECOCKS 23

ROUND FOUR

Escondido CHARGERS 34, Ellicot City NECROMANTIKS 24

2011 Battle Royale Playoffs League File

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Congratulations to Paul Mankiewicz for winning the 1967 Summer Thunder Championship!

1967 Summer Thunder Playoffs

Round 1: Wild Card Games

AFL: Philadelphia EAGLES 31, Baltimore COLTS 7

NFL: Oakland RAIDERS 29, Washington REDSKINS 10

Round 2: Conference Championships

AFL: Boston PATRIOTS 27, Philadelphia EAGLES 14

NFL: San Diego CHARGERS 34, Oakland RAIDERS 9

Round 3: Super Bowl VI

San Diego CHARGERS 30, Boston PATRIOTS 24 (Overtime)

1967 Summer Thunder Game Scores (FINAL)

1967 Summer Thunder Standings (FINAL)

1967 Summer Thunder Statistics (FINAL)

1967 Summer Thunder League File (Regular Season) (FINAL)

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2012 Frozen Tundra News

Congratulations to Nathan Baylor for winning the 2012 Frozen Tundra Championship!

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2012 Autumn Wind News

Congratulations to Claude Turcotte for winning the 2012 Autumn Wind Championship!

2012 Autumn Wind Statistics (FINAL)

2012 Autumn Wind League File (Regular Season) (FINAL) (240 Games)

2012 Autumn Wind Playoffs League File (FINAL)(11 Games)

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1966 Summer Thunder News

Congratulations to Michael Stucchi for winning the 1966 Summer Thunder Championship!

1966 Summer Thunder Playoffs

Round 0: AFL Conference Special Playoff Game For The Wild Card Berth

Miami DOLPHINS 26, San Diego CHARGERS 5

Round 1: Wildcard Playoffs

AFL Conference: New York GIANTS 17, Miami DOLPHINS 3

NFL Conference: Boston PATRIOTS 24, Los Angeles RAMS 8

Round 2: Conference Championships

AFL Conference: Baltimore COLTS 16, New York GIANTS 10

NFL Conference: Boston PATRIOTS 24, Washington REDSKINS 10

Round 3: Summer Thunder SUPER BOWL V

Boston PATRIOTS 21, Baltimore COLTS 0

FINAL 1966 Summer Thunder Game Scores

FINAL 1966 Summer Thunder Standings

FINAL 1966 Summer Thunder Statistics

FINAL 1966 Summer Thunder League File (Regular Season)

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2012 Spring Fever News

Congratulations to Ed Berro for winning the 2012 Spring Fever Championship!

2012 Spring Fever Playoffs

Round 0: RAMOS Division Special Playoff Game

New Orleans VOODOO 34, Buffalo BILLS 10

Round 1: Wildcard Playoffs

Reilly Conference: New Orleans VOODOO 14, Peoria PIRATES 0

Reilly Conference: St. Louis RAMS 16, Oklahoma OUTLAWS 13

Mankiewicz Conference: San Francisco 49'ERS 27, New England PATRIOTS 24

Mankiewicz Conference: Phoenix CARDINALS 31, California GOLDEN BEARS 7

Round 2: Divisional Playoffs

Reilly Conference: St. Louis RAMS 24, New Orleans VOODOO 21

Mankiewicz Conference: San Francisco 49'ERS 22, Phoenix CARDINALS 7

Round 3: Conference Championships

Reilly Conference: St. Louis RAMS 32, Seattle SEAHAWKS 20

Mankiewicz Conference: San Francisco 49'ERS 38, Montreal MACHINE 10

Round 4: Spring Fever SUPER BOWL VIII

San Francisco 49'ERS 23, St. Louis RAMS 13

FINAL 2012 Spring Fever Game Scores

FINAL 2012 Spring Fever Standings

FINAL 2012 Spring Fever Statistics

FINAL 2012 Spring Fever League File (192 games)

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2011 Frozen Tundra News

Congratulations to David Pactor for winning the 2011 Frozen Tundra Championship!

FINAL 2011 Frozen Tundra Statistics

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2011 Autumn Wind News

Congratulations to Neil Shannon for winning the 2011 Autumn Wind Championship!

FINAL 2011 Autumn Wind Statistics

FINAL 2011 AW League File

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2011 Spring Fever News

Congratulations to Ed Berro for winning the 2011 Spring Fever Championship!

2011 Spring Fever Scores, Boxscores, Standings and Statistics

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1965 Summer Thunder News

Congratulations to Paul Mankiewicz for winning the 1965 Summer Thunder Championship!

1965 Summer Thunder Standings

1965 Summer Thunder Schedule and Scores

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2010 Autumn Wind News

Congratulations to Larry Davis for winning the 2010 Autumn Wind Championship!

2010 Autumn Wind Scores, Boxscores, Standings and Statistics

2010 Autumn Wind Playoffs

WILD CARD PLAYOFFS

Link to Spectator Files on message board

AFC: New York JETS 27, St. Louis RAMS 14

AFC: Seattle SEAHAWKS 17, San Diego CHARGERS 10

NFC: New Orleans VOODOO 27, Tampa Bay BUCCANEERS 7

NFC: Dallas DESPERADOS 24, Baltimore COLTS 20

DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS

Link to Spectator Files on message board

AFC: Green Bay PACKERS 27, New York JETS 24 (overtime)

AFC: Seattle SEAHAWKS 28, Pittsburgh STEELERS 14

NFC: San Francisco 49'ERS 37, Dallas DESPERADOS 20

NFC: New Orleans VOODOO 20, Montreal ALOUETTES 17

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Link to Spectator Files on message board

AFC: Green Bay PACKERS 38, Seattle SEAHAWKS 31

NFC: San Francisco 49'ERS 23, New Orleans VOODOO 20

OOPER BOWL VII

Link to Spectator File on message board

Green Bay PACKERS 31, San Francisco 49'ERS 15

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2009 Spring Fever News

Congratulations to Tim Foresha for winning the 2010 Spring Fever Championship!

FINAL 2009 Spring Fever Scores, Boxscores, Standings and Statistics

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1964 Summer Thunder News

Congratulations to Michael Stucchi for winning the 1964 Summer Thunder Championship!

FINAL 1964 Summer Thunder Scores, Boxscores, Standings and Statistics

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2009 Spring Fever Playoffs

Round 1: WILD CARD GAMES

RC: Missouri TIGERS 27, Philadelphia EAGLES 10

MC: Phoenix CARDINALS 21, New Orleans SAINTS 14

MC: Southern California SUN 17, Pittsburgh STEELERS 13

Round 2: DIVISIONAL GAMES

RC: Missouri TIGERS 35, Seattle SEAHAWKS 30

MC: Southern California SUN 16, Phoenix CARDINALS 13

Round 3: CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

RC: Missouri TIGERS 31, San Francisco 49'ERS 27

MC: Ohio State BUCKEYES 20, Southern California SUN 14

Round 4: SUPER BOWL VI

Ohio State BUCKEYES 19, Missouri TIGERS 16

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1964 Summer Thunder Playoffs

Round 1: NFL WEST DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF GAME

Philadelphia EAGLES 20, Minnesota VIKINGS 6

Round 2: WILD CARD GAMES

AFL: San Diego CHARGERS 24, Los Angeles RAMS 17

NFL: New York GIANTS 23, Philadelphia EAGLES 3

Round 3: CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

AFL: San Diego CHARGERS 30, Washington REDSKINS 19

NFL: Boston PATRIOTS 24, New York GIANTS 3

Round 4: SUPER BOWL III

Boston PATRIOTS 17, San Diego CHARGERS 13

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Congratulations to Butch Shramek for winning the

2009 Autumn Wind Championship

FINAL 2009 Autumn Wind Scores, Boxscores, Standings and Stats ARE HERE

2009 Autumn Wind Playoffs

Results For The WILD CARD Round

Philadephia EAGLES (#3) 14, San Jose SABER CATS (#6) 10

Berlin THUNDER (#5) 35, Washington REDSKINS (#5) 14

Shreveport STEAMER (#3) 6, New Orleans SAINTS (#6) 3

New Orleans VOODOO (#4) 37, Chicago ENFORCERS 7

Results For The DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS Round

Berlin THUNDER (#5) 19, San Francisco 49'ERS (#1) 17

New York JETS (#2) 23, Philadelphia EAGLES (#3) 8

New Orleans VOODOO (#4) 28, Pittsburgh STEELERS (#1) 13

Seattle SEAHAWKS (#2) 20, Shreveport STEAMER (#3) 17

Results For The CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Round

AFC: New York JETS (#2) 47, Berlin THUNDER (#5) 7

NFC: New Orleans VOODOO (#4) 23, Seattle SEAHAWKS (#2) 10

Results For OOPER BOWL VI

New Orleans VOODOO 20, New York JETS 17

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2008 Spring Fever Playoffs Results

Round 1: Wild Card Playoffs

AFC: San Diego CHARGERS 42, Dallas DIAMONDS 14

NFC: Redlands BULLDOGS 20, Phoenix CARDINALS 14

Round 2: Divisional Playoffs

AFC: Philadelphia EAGLES 41, San Diego CHARGERS 11

NFC: California GOLDEN BEARS 16, Redlands BULLDOGS 13 O/T

Round 3: Conference Championships

AFC: Oakland RAIDERS 14, Philadelphia EAGLES 7

NFC: San Francisco 49'ERS 27, California GOLDEN BEARS 9

SUPER BOWL V

San Francisco 49'ERS 24, Oakland RAIDERS 6

You may view the boxscore by simply clicking on the word Boxscore below the game's headline.

BULLDOGS defeat the CARDINALS 20-14 in NFC Wild Card Round. Phoenix commits 3 turnovers to none for Redlands which dooms the CARDS. Clinton Portis (PHO) is the reason Phoenix managed to stay close, rushing for 186 yards and 2 TDs on 31 carries, a 6.0 average. Portis lost a key fumble, however. Kenny Watson (RED) is his team's MVP, rushing for 79 yards and 1 TD and catching 5 passes for 53 yards. Matt Schaub (RED) is barely adequate: 15 of 32 for 165 yards, 46.9%, 5.2 avg, 0 TDs, 0 INTs and a 62.6 passing rating. Peyton Manning (PHO), however, is much worse: 13 of 22 for 138 yards, 59.1%, 6.3 avg, 0 TDs, 2 INTs and a 39.6 rating. Greg Jennings (PHO) chipped in with 67 yards on 4 receptions while Steve L. Smith (RED) hauled in 4 passes for 59 yards. Josh Scobee (RED) was 2 for 2 in FG attempts. There were only 2 punts in the game, 1 by each side. Brian Urlacher (RED) topped all defenders with 9 tackles. Leon Hall (RED) picked off 2 passes.

Boxscore

CHARGERS tarnish the DIAMONDS 42-14 in AFC Wild Card Round. Luke McCown (SD) out-Bradys Tom Brady as he completes 22 of 28 pass attempts for 324 yards, 78.6%, 11.6 avg (!), 2 TDs, 1 INT and a 123.8 passing rating. Tom Brady (DAL) can complete only 9 of 23 passes for 178 yards, 39.1%, 7.7 avg, 1 TD, 2 INTs and a 45.2 rating. Fred Taylor (DAL) ran for 126 yards and 1 TD. Selvin Young (SD) rushed for 86 yards and caught 4 passes for 34 yards. Greg Jones (SD) scored 2 rushing TDs. Santonio Holmes (SD) was the game's top receiver, catching 5 passes for 151 yards. Andre Davis (DAL) led his team with 4 receptions for 84 yards. Only 1 FG was attempted (and missed) in a game that featured 8 touchdowns, 6 by San Diego. Andre Davis (DAL) returned 6 kickoffs for 132 yards. Lito Sheppard (DAL) led all defenders with 10 tackles.

Boxscore

EAGLES batter the CHARGERS 41-11 in AFC Divisional Round. San Diego committs 4 turnovers while Philadelphia committs none. The CHARGERS also have a punt blocked deep in their own territory. Add to that a great game by Donovan McNabb (PHI) and you have the ingredients for a blow out: 13 of 22 for 191 yards, 59.1%, 8.7 avg, 1 TD, 0 INTs and a 102.3 passing rating. Philadelphia out-rushed San Diego 165-80, led by Steven Jackson (PHI) who gained 75 yards on the ground. Jackson also caught 4 passes for 27 yards. Luke McCown (SD) and Eli Manning (SD) combined for 10 completions in 27 attempts, 141 yards, 1 TD and 3 INTs. They were victimized by the EAGLES D for 5 sacks. Selvin Young (SD) led his team with 69 rushing yards. Chris Cooley (PHI) caught 5 passes for 124 yards and 1 TD. Donnie Jones (SD) punted 4 times for a 44.3 net average and 3 inside the 20 but had a critical punt blocked. Darren Sproles (SD) returned 6 kickoffs for 173 yards, a 28.8 average. Mike Peterson (SD) led all defenders with 8 tackles. Kevin Williams (PHI) registered 2 sacks. Dre Bly (PHI) intercepted 3 passes, returning one of them 44 yards for a TD! It is on to Oakland for the EAGLES!

Boxscore

GOLDEN BEARS nip the BULLDOGS 16-13 in overtime in NFC Divisional Round. In an evenly-matched game with both sides performing well on offense, two key turnovers by the BULLDOGS doom them to defeat. Brett Favre (CAL) has a good game, hitting on 19 of 30 passes for 197 yards, 63.3%, 6.6 avg, 1 TD, 0 INTs and a 93.3 passing rating. Matt Schaub (RED) controls the ball but falls short, despite completing 36 of 56 pass attempts for 276 yards, 64.3%, 4.9 avg, 0 TDs, 1 INT and a 68.8 rating. Kenny Watson (RED) is the undisputed star of the game, in a losing effort, by rushing for 93 yards and 1 TD on 20 carries and catching a phenominal 18 passes for 134 yards! Laurence Maroney (CAL) runs for 91 yards on 21 attempts. Reggie Wayne (CAL) leads his team with 10 receptions for 105 yards and 1 TD. Mason Crosby (CAL) is the difference-maker, hitting 3 of 3 FG attempts, including the game-winner, a 24-yarder with 1:15 remaining in the overtime period. Josh Scobee (RED) connected on 2 of 2 FG tries. There were 12 punts in the game, 8 of them landing inside the opponent's 20-yard line. Adam Podlesh (CAL) punted 7 times for a 46.6 net average and 4 inside the 20. Patrick Willis (CAL) led all defenders with 12 tackles while Ty Law (CAL) recorded 10 stops. Kyle Vanden Bosch (RED) notched 2 sacks. It is on to San Francisco for the GOLDEN BEARS!

Boxscore

RAIDERS score the winning TD with 3:54 left in the 4th quarter to beat the EAGLES, 14-7, for the AFC Championship! LaDainian Tomlinson (OAK) is the star of the game, rushing for 157 yards and 2 TDs on just 25 carries, a 6.3 average. Steven Jackson (PHI) and Michael Robinson (PHI) combined for 103 rushing yards on 27 carries. Neither quarterback performed well: Jay Cutler (OAK) was 17 of 30 for 158 yards, 56.7%, 5.3 avg, 0 TDs, 1 INT and a 57.4 passing rating while Donovan McNabb (PHI) completed just 9 passes for 90 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs and a 29.6 rating. Both sides lost 1 fumble. Marques Colston (PHI) was the "top" receiver with 53 yards and 1 TD on 5 receptions. Tony Gonzalez (OAK) led his team with 4 catches for 38 yards. There were no field goals attempted in the game. There were, however, 11 punts, 5 of which were inside the opponent's 20. Lofa Tatupu (OAK) was the top tackler with 9, followed by Derrick Brooks (PHI) with 8. It is on to the SUPER BOWL for the Oakland RAIDERS!

Boxscore

NINERS beat the GOLDEN BEARS convincingly 27-9 to clinch the NFC Championship. David Garrard (SF) is 14 of 25 for 229 yards, 56.0%, 9.2 avg, 1 TD, 0 INTs and a sterling 100.3 passing rating. Brett Favre (CAL) comes up small in the big game, completing only 11 passes for 160 yards, 0 TDs, 2 INTs and a paltry 30.9 rating. Laurence Maroney (CAL) kept his team close by rushing for 137 yards on just 20 carries, a 6.8 average. Justin Fargas (SF) and Earnest Graham (SF) combined for 159 rushing yards and 1 TD on 31 attempts. Braylon Edwards (SF) topped all receivers with 119 yards and 1 TD on 4 receptions. Plaxico Burress (CAL) shook-off the effects of a self-inflicted gun shot wound to catch 3 passes for 98 yards. Brandon Marshall (SF) hauled in 5 balls for 69 yards. Mason Crosby (CAL) scored all of his teams points by hitting 3 of 3 FG tries. Ryan Longwell (SF) connected on 2 of 3 FG attempts. Adam Podlesh (CAL) punted 3 times for a 42.3 net average and 1 inside the 20. Patrick Willis (CAL) recorded 9 tackles. Jared Allen (SF) registered 6 tackles and 3 sacks! The NINERS' D recorded 4 sacks and 2 interceptions against 0 and 0 for CAL's defense. It is on to the SUPER BOWL for the San Francisco 49'ERS to fight Oakland in the Battle of the Bay!

Boxscore

NINERS win Spring Fever SUPER BOWL V by defeating the Oakland RAIDERS 24-6! Congratulations to 'Frisco head coach Ed Berro for winning his FIFTH Spring Fever Championship! Yes, five out of five Spring Fever titles go to the 49'ERS!

Justin Fargas (SF) is the Super Bowl MVP! Justin ran for 147 yards on 22 carrries, a 6.7 average. Fargas also led his team in receptions with 3 for 36 yards and 1 TD. LaDainian Tomlinson (OAK)was his team's star, rushing for 86 yards on 14 attempts, a 6.1 average, and catching 4 passes for 36 yards. Earnest Graham (SF) ran for 80 yards and 1 TD. Ladell Betts (SF) ran once for 5 yards and a TD. Both quarterbacks underperformed: David Garrard (SF) completed only 7 of 13 pass attempts for 78 yards, 53.8%, 6.0 avg, 1 TD, 2 INTs and a 58.0 passing rating while Jay Cutler (OAK) was 14 of 30 for 149 yards, 46.7%, 5.0 avg, 0 TDs, 2 INTs and a 33.9 rating. Cutler was also sacked twice. Jay Feely (OAK) nailed 2 of 3 FG attempts for his team's only points. Mike Scifres (OAK) punted 3 times for a 40.0 net average and 2 inside the 20. Miles Austin (SF) returned 2 kickoffs, each time for 32 yards. Lofa Tatupu (OAK) recorded 12 tackles while Adalius Thomas (OAK) registered 10 stops. Besides the 2 sacks, San Francisco's defense forced 4 turnovers while Oakland's D could only manage 2 turnovers.

This concludes the OCFL's 2008 season. Now on to the Fall leagues and 2009!

Boxscore

FINAL 2008 Spring Fever League Leaders

SCORING: Rob Bironas (NO): 138 points (including a league leading 36 field goals)

PASSING: Jay Cutler (OAK): 86.4 passing rating

RUSHING: Fred Taylor (DAL): 2,061 yards (6.5 per carry average)

RECEIVING: Greg Jennings (PHO): 1,456 yards (10 receiving TDs, 63 receiving first downs)

KICKING: Rob Bironas (NO): 138 points (36 of 39 FG, 30 of 30 EP, 92.3% FG accuracy)

PUNTING: Shane Lechler (SEA): 42.1 net punting average (48.1 gross punting average)

KICKOFF RETURNS: Steve Breaston (LAA): 1,549 yards

PUNT RETURNS: Roscoe Parrish (PEO): 676 yards (17.8 average per return)

TACKLES: Patrick Willis (CAL): 132

SACKS: Jared Allen (SF): 11

INTERCEPTIONS: Shawn Springs (SC), Brian Russell (BUF): 8

FINAL 2008 Spring Fever League Standings ARE HERE

FINAL 2008 Spring Fever Statistics ARE HERE

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Hail To The REDSKINS! Washington defeats the Green Bay PACKERS 16-13 to win OOPER BOWL V.

Congratulations To Washington Head Coach Gary Boyd For Winning The 2008 Autumn Wind Championship.

You may view the boxscore, game log or ball possession chart for any game by clicking on the link for the 2008 Autumn Wind Schedule (above, upper left) then clicking on the desired link for the game.

FINAL 2008 Autumn Wind League Leaders

SCORING: Brian Westbrook (GB): 188 points

PASSING: Matt Schaub (PHI): 94.8 passing rating (64.5% completion rate, 74 long, 32 TDs)

RUSHING: Brandon Jacobs (OAK): 2,005 yards

RECEIVING: Joey Galloway (CHI): 1,556 yards (79 receiving first downs)

KICKING: Neil Rackers (SF): 142 points (35 of 38 FG, 37 of 38 EP, 94 kick offs, 28 touchbacks)

PUNTING: Andy Lee (NYJ): 44.7 net punting average (48.7 gross punting average)

KICKOFF RETURNS: Josh Cribbs (SC): 2,086 yards (78 kickoff returns, 4 touchdowns)

PUNT RETURNS: Roscoe Parrish (STL): 723 yards (50 punt returns)

TACKLES: James Farrior (HAM): 152

SACKS: Greg Ellis (SF): 18

INTERCEPTIONS: Antoine Winfield (GB): 9

FINAL 2008 Autumn Wind League Standings ARE HERE

FINAL 2008 Autumn Wind Statistics ARE HERE

Autumn Wind OOPER BOWL V

REDSKINS edge the PACKERS 16-13 to win OOPER BOWL V. Peyton Manning (WAS) is adequate, completing 15 passes for 165 yards and 1 TD and a 73.0 passing rating. Brett Favre (GB) was horrible, hitting on only 13 of 36 pass attempts for merely 105 yards, 0 TDs, 3 INTs and a 10.0 rating! Brian Westbrook (GB) helped to keep things close, rushing for 189 yards on 28 carries, 6.8 avg, 36 long. Westbrook also caught 5 passes for 37 yards. LaDainian Tomlinson (WAS) ran for 112 yards on 20 attempts, 5.6 avg, 41 long. Greg Jones (WAS) was the game's "top" receiver with 4 receptions for 44 yards. Jason Elam (WAS) hit 3 of 3 FG attempts but Phil Dawson (GB) only made 2 of 3 tries. There were 12 punts in the game, 5 inside the 20. No defensive player stood out in the game except for Sean Taylor (WAS) who picked off two Favre passes.

Washington REDSKINS 16, Green Bay PACKERS 13

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

PACKERS go wire-to-wire in win over the NINERS to clinch the AFC Championship by a 34-17 score. Brett Favre (GB) is red-hot in this game: 19 of 28 for 292 yards, 67.9%, 10.4 avg, 2 TDs, 0 INTs, 125.9 passing rating. Luke McCown/Philip Rivers (SF) combine for 53 passes but only 24 completions for 238 yards, 1 TD and 1 INT. Correll Buckhalter (SF) is the leading rusher with 64 yards on 9 carries. Brian Westbrook (GB) runs for 54 yards and 1 TD and catches 6 passes for 54 yards. Hines Ward (GB) has 3 receptions for 75 yards and 1 TD while Wes Welker (GB) catches 3 passes for 74 yards and 1 TD. Desmond Clark (SF) is his team's top receiver with 7 catches for 46 yards. Andre Davis (GB) returns 3 kickoffs for 133 yards, including an 85-yard TD return. Antoine Winfield (GB) is the top tackler with 7. San Francisco records 3 sacks and 2 fumble recoveries while Green Bay gets 1 fumble recovery and 1 interception. The PACK advances to OOPER BOWL V!

REDSKINS blast the DESPERADOS 38-13 to clinch the NFC Championship. Dallas led 3-0 after the 1st quarter but then their fortunes turned with a vengenance as Washington outscored them 21-0 in the second period and the REDSKINS never looked back after that. Peyton Manning (WAS) was hot, hitting 22 of 30 passes for 207 yards, 73.3%, 1 TD and a 103.1 passing rating. Tom Brady (DAD) threw for 266 yards but no TDs and 3 interceptions. LaDainian Tomlinson (WAS) ran for 138 yards and 2 TDs. Chester Taylor (DAD) led his team with 96 rushing yards. Larry Fitzgerald (WAS) was the top receiver with 9 catches for 106 yards and 1 TD. Owen Daniels (DAD) had 4 receptions for 96 yards. Marquest Colston (DAD) chipped in with 5 catches for 80 yards. Steve Breaston (DAD) and Yamon Figurs (WAS) combined for 298 yards in kickoff returns on 10 plays. Eric Barton (DAD) was the top tackler with 8. Calvin Lowry (WAS) had 2 interceptions, one of which he returned 82 yards for a TD. Washington advances to OOPER BOWL V!

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP SCORES

Green Bay PACKERS 34, San Francisco 49'ERS 17

Washington REDSKINS 38, Dallas DESPERADOS 13

DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS

DESPERADOS rally to catch the RAIDERS at the wire and win 25-24. Oakland lead 21-10 five minutes into the 4th quarter but Dallas scored two TDs, the last one coming with only 45 seconds left in the game and the RAIDERS up 24-18. Tom Brady (DAD) completed 30 of 44 passes for 309 yards, 68.2%, 7.0 avg, 0 TDs, 0 INTS and an 88.2 passing rating. Trent Edwards (OAK) completed only 11 passes but for 286 yards (11.0 yards per pass attempt), 2 TDs, 1 INT and a 92.8 rating. Brandon Jacobs (OAK) was the leading rusher with 105 yards and 1 TD. Chester Taylor, Adrian Peterson (the other guy) and Leonard Weaver all scored rushing TDs for Dallas. Anthony Gonzalez (OAK) had a monster game, catching 5 passes for 194 yards and 2 TDs. Marques Colston (DAD) had 7 receptions for 100 yards. Shaun Suisham (OAK) was only 1 of 3 in FG attempts. Antonio Pierce (OAK) was everywhere, recording 15 tackles and 1 sack. The DESPERADOS advance to the NFC Championship.

NINERS edge the RAMPAGE 22-21 to advance to the AFC Championship. Carson Palmer (GR) completed 19 passes for 277 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT and a 70.1 passing rating. Luke McCown (SF) was 15 of 31 for 166 yards, 1 TD, 0 INTs and a 75.5 rating. Fred Taylor (GR) rushed for 117 yards. Correll Buckhalter (SF) was his team's top runner with 54 yards and 1 TD. Dallas Clark (GR) caught 6 passes for 70 yards and 1 TD. Chad Johnson (GR) had 4 receptions for 80 yards. Brandon Marshall (SF) caught 3 passes for 50 yards and the go-ahead TD in the 4th quarter. Neil Rackers (SF) was a difference-maker, connecting on 3 of 3 FG attempts. There were 13 punts in the game, 8 inside the 20. Ray Lewis (GR) recorded 14 tackles and 1 sack.

PACKERS rally to nip the RAMS 33-31 on a 4-yard Brian Westbrook TD run with just 15 seconds left in the game! The extra point was missed resulting in the 2-point diffence but Green Bay was down by 4 so only a TD would have saved them. What a finish! Stats-wise you would think the RAMS won the game: Ben Roethlisber (STL) completed 19 passes for 215 yards and 2 TDs. Steven Jackson (STL) rushed for 246 yards and 2 TDs! Jackson also caught 3 passes for 16 yards and 1 TD. Brett Favre (GB) struggled, completing only 14 passes for 177 yards, 1 TD and a 62.8 passing rating. Brian Westbrook (GB) was the star for the winners, rushing for 121 yards and 2 TDs and catching 4 passes for 29 yards. Vernon Davis (GB) was the top receiver with 4 catches for 86 yards and 1 TD. Phil Dawson (GB) was 2 for 2 in FG tries while Nate Kaeding (STL) was only 1 of 2. Andre Davis (GB) scored on an 88-yard kickoff return TD.

REDSKINS beat the EAGLES in overtime 23-17 to advance to the NFC Championship. The game was decided when DeMarcus Ware (WAS) returned an interception 40 yards for the winning TD just 1:12 into the overtime period. Peyton Manning (WAS) completed 19 passes for 185 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs and a 90.9 passing rating. Matt Schaub (PHI) struggled but completed 23 passes for 216 yards, 2 TDs but 3 INTs and a 52.8 rating. Schaub also fumbled 3 times and lost 2 of those fumbles. Willie Parker (PHI) was the spark for his team, rushing for 123 yards. LaDainian Tomlinson (WAS) was held to a mere 35 rushing yards on 19 carries! Larry Fitzgerald (WAS) caught 9 passes for 109 yards. Plaxico Burress (PHI) had 5 receptions for 91 yards and 2 TDs. There were 11 punts in the game, 8 by Washington. Gerald Hayes (WAS) recorded 14 tackles and 1 fumble recovery. DeMarcus Ware (WAS) ended up with 2 interceptions.

DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS SCORES

San Francisco 49'ERS 22, Grand Rapids RAMPAGE 21

Green Bay PACKERS 33, St. Louis RAMS 31

Dallas DESPERADOS 25, Oakland RAIDERS 24

Washington REDSKINS 23, Philadelphia EAGLES 17 O/T

WILD CARD WEEKEND

EAGLES edge the CHARGERS 26-23 in double overtime as Joe Nedney kicks a 48-yard FG with 3:00 remaining in the 6th quarter. Matt Schaub (PHI) completed 30 passes for 313 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs and a 76.6 passing rating. Chris Redman (SD) managed 24 completions for 308 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTS and a 66.8 rating. Willie Parker sparked the EAGLES' offense with 133 rushing yards and 10 receptions for 68 yards. Ladell Betts led the CHARGERS' attack with 82 rushing yards. Antonio Gates (PHI) caught 10 passes for 130 yards. Brandon Jones (SD) had 3 receptions for 129 yards. Sebastion Janikowsi (SD) hit 3 of 4 FG attempts while Joe Nedney (PHI) connected on 4 of 5 tries. There were 20 punts in the game! Adrian Wilson (SD) led all defenders with 11 tackles. Bryant Young (SD) had 3 sacks. Philadelphia recorded 0 sacks, 2 interceptions and 6 fumble recoveries. San Diego had 5 sacks and 3 fumble recoveries but 0 interceptions. The EAGLES advance to the DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS.

RAMPAGE hangs on to beat the CARDINALS 28-21 and advance to the DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS. Grand Rapids had a 28-7 lead with 7 minutes remaining in the game and withstood a furious Arizona rally that saw the CARDS score 2 TDs in four minutes. Carson Palmer (GR) completed only 12 passes but for 169 yards, 1 TD and a 90.7 passing rating. Tarvaris Jackson (ARI) passed for 260 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs and a 55.3 rating. Fred Taylor keyed Grand Rapids' attack with 140 rushing yards and 2 TDs. Frank Gore (ARI) ran for 73 yards and 2 TDs. Super Bowl XLIII MVP Santonio Holmes (GR) caught 3 passes for 80 yards and 1 TD. Mike Jennings (ARI) had 6 receptions for 45 yards and 1 TD. There were 10 punts, 6 of them inside the 20. Brian Urlacher (ARI) recorded 9 tackles.

RAMS' defense proves too much for ALOUETTES as St. Louis wins 20-13 and advances to the DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS. Both quarterbacks had terrible games as Ben Roethlisberger (STL) threw for 174 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT and a 50.4 passing rating. Drew Brees (MON) passed for 180 yards, 0 TDs, 2 INTs and a 32.0 rating. Steven Jackson (STL) was the difference-maker, rushing for 157 yards and 1 TD. Montreal was held to a mere 49 total rushing yards. Ashley Lelie (STL) was the top receiver with 105 yards on 6 catches and 1 TD. Roddy White (MON) had 6 receptions for 99 yards. There were 13 punts in the game, 5 inside the 20. Patrick Willis (MON) had 9 tackles. Leigh Bodden (MON) scored on a 77-yard interception return TD.

DESPERADOS vex the VOODOO 38-28 in the first round of the 2008 Autumn Wind playoffs. Both QBs played well. Tom Brady (DAD) was on fire, completing 24 passes for 342 yards, 70.6%, 10.1 avg, 3 TDs, 0 INTs and a 132.2 passing rating. Jay Cutler (NOV) completed 29 passes for 333 yards, 3 TDs and a 106.5 rating. Ryan Grant (NOV) was the leading rusher with 76 yards. Chester Taylor (DAD) ran for 56 yards and 2 TDs. Cutler added 34 yards on the ground and a rushing TD. Roydell Williams (DAD) caught 8 passes for 120 yards and 1 TD. Marques Colston (DAD) hauled in 5 balls for 94 yards and a TD. Patrick Crayton (NOV) led his team with 6 receptions for 79 yards and 1 TD. Eric Barton (DAD) was the top defender with 8 tackles and 2 fumble recoveries. Those two fumbles were the only turnovers in the game and proved crucial to the Dallas win.

WILD CARD WEEKEND SCORES

Philadelphia EAGLES 26, San Diego CHARGERS 23 Double O/T

St. Louis RAMS 20, Montreal ALOUETTES 13

Grand Rapids RAMPAGE 28, Arizona CARDINALS 21

Dallas DESPERADOS 38, New Orleans VOODOO 28

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Congratulations To Ed Berro For Winning The 2007 Spring Fever Championship

Marc Bulger and Larry Johnson star as the 49'ERS nip the EAGLES 27-24 to win Spring Fever's Super Bowl IV!

Marc Bulger (SF) hits 18 of 29 passes for 198 yards, 62.1%, 6.8 avg, 2 TDs, 0 INTs, 31 long, 0 sacks, 105.2 passing rating. Larry Johnson (SF) rushes for 107 yards on 24 carries, 4.5 avg, 16 long. Donovan McNabb (PHI) struggled in this game, connecting on only 16 passes in 36 attempts, 208 yards, 44.4%, 5.8 avg, 2 TDs, 3 INTs (!), 28T long, 2 sacks, 47.0 passing rating. Steven Jackson (PHI) gained 63 yards on 15 carries, 4.2 avg, 16T long, 1 TD. Leon Washington (PHI) ran for 47 yards on 5 carries and McNabb (PHI) gained 35 yards on 6 attempts. Dallas Clark (SF) caught 6 passes for 53 yards and 1 TD. Devery Henderson (SF) hauled in 4 balls for 50 yards. Joey Galloway (PHI) had 3 receptions for 55 yards and 1 TD. George Wrighster (PHI) caught 4 passes for 51 yards and 1 TD. Sebastian Janikowski (SF) missed 2 FGs. J.J. Arrington (PHI) returned 6 kickoffs for 121 yards. Randall Godfrey (PHI) led all defenders with 10 tackles. San Francisco recorded 2 sacks, 1 fumble recovery and 3 interceptions! Philadelphia was blanked (0 sacks, 0 FR, 0 INT).

49'ERS nip the RAIDERS in overtime 20-17 to win the AFC Championship and advance to the Super Bowl. Larry Johnson (SF) rushes for 194 yards and 1 TD to pace the victory for San Francisco. NINERS win in O/T when Oakland fumbles a blocked FG return!

Marc Bulger (SF) completes 17 of 34 passes for 217 yards, 50.0%, 6.4 avg, 1 TD, 1 INT, 38 long, 2 sacks, 67.9 passing rating. Steve McNair (OAK) is horrible: 13 of 26 for 94 yards, 50.0%, 3.6 avg, 0 TDs, 1 INT, 12 long, 1 sack, 42.8 passing rating. Larry Johnson (SF) is the star of the game: 35 runs for 194 yards, 5.5 avg, 24 long, 1 TD. Johnson also caught 3 passes for 20 yards. LaDainian Tomlinson (OAK) ran for only 92 yards on 24 carries, 3.8 avg, 13 long, 2 TDs. Mike Sellers (SF) caught 4 passses for 49 yards. Devery Henderson (SF) hauled in 2 balls for 51 yards. Tony Gonzalez (OAK) had 5 receptions for 40 yards. Nate Kaeding (SF) hit 2 of 4 FG attempts, including the game winner in OT. Terrence McGee (OAK) returned 4 kickoffs for 108 yards. Lofa Tatupu (OAK) was the leading tackler with 12. Robert Geathers (OAK) recorded 2 sacks. Oakland finished with 2 sacks, 2 fumble recoveries and 1 interception. San Francisco recorded 1 sack, 1 fumble recovery and 1 interception.

EAGLES crush the CHARGERS 30-14 to win the NFC Championship and advance to the Super Bowl. Donovon McNabb has the hot-hand for Philadelphia, throwing for 2 TDs and recording a 110.8 passing rating.

McNabb's stats: 21 of 31 for 229 yards, 67.7%, 7.4 avg, 2 TDs, 0 INTs, 17 long, 0 sacks, 110.8 passing rating. Mark Brunell (SD) played poorly, hitting only 13 of 30 for 94 yards, 2 INTs and a 23.5 passing rating. Eli Manning (SD) took over trailing 30-6 and rallied San Diego briefly: 10 of 16 for 139 yards, 62.5%, 8.7 avg, 1 TD, 0 INTs, 31 long, 0 sacks, 111.2 passing rating. Michael Turner (SD) was the game's leading rusher with 85 yards on 14 carries, 6.1 avg, 19 long. Steven Jackson (PHI) ran for 61 yards on 20 carries and 1 TD. Corey Dillon (SD) chipped in with 18 yards on 4 runs and a 2-point conversion. Dillon played his entire OFL/Spring Fever career with the San Diego CHARGERS and created many great memories for coach Mankiewicz, including an improbable playoff run in his final season. Santonio Holmes, just starting his San Diego career, was the leading receiver with 8 catches for 63 yards. George Wrighster (PHI) caught 5 passes for 47 yards and 2 TDs. Matt Bryant (PHI) hit 3 of 3 FG attempts while Jason Hanson, who has played HIS entire OFL/Spring Fever career with San Diego, hit 2 of 2 tries. Mat McBriar (PHI) punted 3 times for a 42.7 net average and 2 inside the 20. Randall Godfrey (PHI) was the leading defender with 9 tackles and 1 sack. Philadelphia recorded 2 sacks and 2 interceptions. San Diego was blanked (0 sacks, 0 FRs, 0 INTs).

2007 SPRING FEVER PLAYOFFS

SUPER BOWL IV

San Francisco 49'ERS 27, Philadelphia EAGLES 24

AFC Championship

San Francisco 49'ERS 20, Oakland RAIDERS 17 In Overtime

NFC Championship

Philadelphia EAGLES 30, San Diego CHARGERS 14

AFC Wild Card Round Two

Oakland RAIDERS 31, Los Angeles AVENGERS 13

NFC Wild Card Round Two

San Diego CHARGERS 45, Jersey TRIADS 14

AFC Wild Card Round One

Oakland RAIDERS 24, Fort Worth CAVALRY 17

NFC Madden Division Playoff Round One

San Diego CHARGERS 34, New England PATRIOTS 20

2007 Spring Fever League Leaders (FINAL)

SCORING: Matt Bryant (PHI): 127 points (25 FG, 52 EP)

PASSING: Donovan McNabb (PHI): 96.0 passing rating (4,602 yards, 8.7 avg, 92 long, 38 TDs)

RUSHING: LaDainian Tomlinson (OAK): 2,383 yards (14 TDs)

RECEIVING: Darrell Jackson (LAA): 1,318 yards

KICKING: Matt Bryant (PHI): 127 points (25 of 30 FG, 52 of 54 EP)

PUNTING: Dustin Colquitt (LAA): 41.2 net punting average (39 Inside The 20, 79 long)

KICKOFF RETURNS: Chris Carr (HOU): 1,566 yards

PUNT RETURNS: Pacman Jones (CAL): 848 yards (45 punt returns, 90 long, 8 touchdowns)

TACKLES: Al Wilson (CAL): 137

SACKS: Julius Peppers (FTW): 11

INTERCEPTIONS: Kerry Rhodes (CAL), Andre Dyson (STL), O.J. Atogwe (PIT): 7

FINAL 2007 Spring Fever League Standings ARE HERE

FINAL 2007 Spring Fever Statistics ARE HERE

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Congratulations to 2007 Autumn Wind Champion Tom Spalding (18-1)

Autumn Wind OOPER BOWL IV

Stifling Defense Forces 5 Interceptions As The Scottish CLAYMORES Beat The Grand Rapids RAMPAGE 15-7. LaDainian Tomlinson (SCO) is the OOPER BOWL MVP with 253 total yards (159 rushing, 94 receiving) and 1 TD.

CLAYMORES win inspite of Peyton Manning, who is awful: 18 of 38 for 163 yards, 47.4%, 4.3 avg, 0 TDs, 1 INT, 16 long, 2 sacks, 48.5 passing rating. Carson Palmer (GR) costs his team the game: 16 of 38 for 223 yards, 42.1%, 5.9 avg, 1 TD, 5 INTs, 40 long, 0 sacks, 30.8 passing rating. LaDainian Tomlinson (SCO) has a tremendous game: 27 carries, 159 yards, 5.9 avg, 41T long, 1 TD; 12 receptions, 94 yards, 7.8 avg, 16 long. Fred Taylor (GR) leads his team with 68 rushing yards on 17 carries, 4.0 avg, 17 long. Santonio Holmes (GR) leads his team with 73 yards on 5 receptions. Dallas Clark (GR) catches 5 passes for 68 yards. Chad Johnson (GR) hauls in 3 balls for 52 yards and a 32-yard TD. Jason Elam (SCO) is 3 for 3 in FG attempts. Nick Harris (GR) punts 5 times for a 41.2 net average and 3 inside the 20. Ray Lewis (GR) leads all defenders with 11 tackles and 1 sack. Gerald Hayes (SCO) leads his team with 7 stops. Grand Rapids defense records 2 sacks, 2 fumble recoveries and 1 interception. The CLAYMORES D notches 1 fumble recovery and 5 interceptions. Nnamdi Asomugha (SCO) gets 2 picks.

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

RAMPAGE vents against the GIANTS, wins the AFC Championship. Carson Palmer (GR) has hot hand, hitting 21 of 30 passes for 242 yards, 70.0%, 8.1 avg, 2 TDs, 1 INT, 29T long, 0 sacks, 102.4 passing rating; Eli Manning (NYG) throws 4 interceptions to doom New York: 11 of 26 for a mere 92 yards, 42.3%, 3.5 avg, 1 TD, 4 INTs, 17 long, 0 sacks, a paltry 25.3 passing rating. Larry Johnson (NYG) has a career day in defeat: 250 rushing yards on 31 carries, 8.1 avg, 45 long, 1 TD. Fred Taylor (GR) leads his team with 107 yards on 22 runs, 4.9 avg, 32 long, 0 TDs. Dallas Clark (GR) leads all receivers with 11 catches, 86 yards and 1 TD. Santonio Holmes (GR) has 3 receptions for 69 yards and 1 TD. Fred Taylor (GR) catches 5 passes for 67 yards. Braylon Edwards is the GIANTS' passing attack with 52 yards on 4 catches. Ryan Longwell (GR) hits 2 of 2 FG attempts. Nick Harris (GR) nails 3 punts for a 47.3 net average, 63 long. Rodney Harrison (NYG) is the leading tackler with 10. Ray Lewis (GR), Marcus Trufant (NYG) and Randall Godfrey (NYG) have 8 stops. New York defense records 1 fumble recovery and 1 interception. Grand Rapids D has 4 picks.

CLAYMORES win a see-saw battle with the PACKERS and clinch the NFC Conference Championship. Peyton Manning (SCO) has a sub-par game, hitting 14 of 38 passes for 174 yards, 36.8%, 4.6 avg, 1 TD, 1 INT, 34T long, 0 sacks and a 49.7 passing rating. J.P. Losman (GB) is 20 for 35 for 198 yards, 57.1%, 5.7 avg, 0 TDs, 0 INTs, 28 long, 1 sack and a 73.3 passing rating. LaDainian Tomlinson (SCO) is the MVP of the game with 157 rushing yards on 27 carries, 5.8 avg, 52T long and 1 TD. LT also caught 3 passes for 30 yards. Brian Westbrook (GB) led the losing squad with 116 rushing yards on 19 runs, 6.1 avg, 27 long and 1 TD. Hines Ward (GB) was the game's leading receiver with 58 yards on 4 receptions. Terry Glenn (SCO) led the Scots with 55 yards on 3 catches and 1 TD. Wes Welker (GB) had 5 grabs for 41 yards. Phil Dawson (GB) was 2 of 3 in FG attempts. Jason Elam (SCO) was 1 of 1 FG try. Chris Gardocki (SCO) punted 5 times for a 43.0 net average. Donnie Jones (GB) nailed 6 punts for a 40.3 net average. Lofa Tatupu (GB) led all defenders with 13 tackles. Keith Brooking (SCO) led his team with 11 stops. The Scottish defense totaled 1 sack, 1 fumble recovery and 1 interception. Green Bay's D tallied 3 fumble recoveries and 1 interception.

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP SCORES

Grand Rapids RAMPAGE 27, New York GIANTS 14

Scottish CLAYMORES 17, Green Bay PACKERS 13

DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS

RAMPAGE rallies from 21-3 halftime deficit to upset the 49'ERS...both the #1 and #2 seeds in the AFC lose. Carson Palmer (GR) is on his game when it counted the most: 17 of 35 for 267 yards, 48.6%, 7.6 avg, 4 TDs (!), 0 INTs, 48 long, 0 sacks, 112.4 passing rating. Philip Rivers comes up small, throwing 2 picks and losing a fumble at a critical time: 16 of 29 for 160 yards, 55.2%, 1 TD, 2 INTs, 28 long, 2 sacks, 53.8 passing rating. Michael Bennett (SF) leads all rushers with 75 yards on 10 carries, 7.5 avg, 20 long. Fred Taylor (GR) rushes 17 times for 66 yards, 3.9 avg, 15 long. DeAngelo Williams (SF) runs 13 times for 61 yards, 4.7 avg, 12 long. Santonio Holmes (GR) has a big day, catching 4 passes for 129 yards and 3 touchdowns! Dallas Clark (GR) hauls-in 6 balls for 60 yards and 1 TD. Desmond Clark (SF) leads his team with 6 receptions and 55 yards. Nick Harris (GR) punts 4 times for a 48.8 net average. Thomas Howard (GR) is the leading tackler with 10. Ray Lewis (GR) has 9 tackles. Fabian Washington (SF) leads his team with 7 stops. Grand Rapids defense records 2 sacks, 3 fumble recoveries and 2 interceptions. NINERS are blanked in all 3 of these categories.

GIANTS continue to emulate their NFL counter-parts, win on the road again, upsetting #1 seed Chicago ENFORCERS. Eli Manning (NYG) is barely adequate, going 15 for 33 for 215 yards, 45.5%, 6.5 avg, 1 TD, 2 INTs, 32 long, 1 sack, 52.0 passing rating. Jon Kitna (CHI) is not much better, hitting 23 of 50 passes for 229 yards, 46.0%, 4.6 avg, 1 TD, 0 INTs, 30 long, 1 sack and a 66.2 passing rating. Larry Johnson (NYG) rushes 25 times for 104 yards, 4.2 avg, 15 long, 1 TD. Michael Turner (CHI) leads his team with 13 carries for 61 yards, 4.7 avg, 17 long. Terrell Owens (CHI) was the leading receiver with 8 catches for 83 yards and 1 TD. Vincent Jackson (NYG) hauled-in 5 passes for 81 yards and 1 TD. Matt Schobel (NYG) had 5 receptions for 72 yards. Jameel Cook (CHI) caught 6 balls for 61 yards. John Carney (NYG) nailed 2 of 2 FG attempts. Mat McBriar (CHI), the league's leading punter, powered 6 punts for a 44.2 net average and 4 inside the 20. Dennis Northcutt (CHI) returned 2 punts for 42 yards. Zach Thomas (CHI) was the leading tackler with 9. Rodney Harrison (NYG) led his team with 8 tackles. The Chicago defense picked off Eli Manning twice.

PACKERS defeat the CARDINALS to advance to the NFC Championship game against the CLAYMORES. J.P. Losman (GB) has a career game at the right time: 23 of 35 for 338 yards, 65.7%, 9.7 avg, 2 TDs, 1 INT, 64 long, 0 sacks, 104.2 passing rating. Tom Brady (PHO) has the worst day of his career at the wrong time: 9 of 26 for 145 yards, 36.4%, 5.6 avg, 0 TDs, 5 INTs, 28 long, 1 sack, 14.6 passing rating. Tatum Bell (PHO) performs well in defeat, leading all rushers with 133 yards; Brian Westbrook (GB) has 75 yards and 1 TD; Vernon Davis (GB) is the leading receiver with 139 yards on 6 receptions, 23.2 avg. Westbrook grabbed 7 passes for 77 yards. Donnie Jones (GB) punted 4 times for a 46.3 net average (!). Justin Miller (PHO) returned 5 kickoffs for 229 yards, a 45.8 avg, and a 99-yard TD! Jonathan Vilma (PHO) led all tacklers with 9. Dawan Landry (PHO) had 8 tackles. Marlon McCree (GB) intercepted 3 Tom Brady passes!

CLAYMORES beat the STEELERS to advance to the NFC Championship. Peyton Manning (18 of 27 for 229 yards, 66.7%, 8.5 avg, 2 TDs, 0 INTs, 50T long, 6 sacks, 117.7 passing rating) and LaDainian Tomlinson (29 for 170 yards, 5.9 avg, 42 long) pace the Scottish offense. Donovan McNabb (PIT) struggles mightily in defeat, completing only 44.1% of his passes and throwing 2 interceptions for a 43.0 passing rating. Corey Dillon (PIT) has a good game, rushing 17 times for 92 yards, a 5.4 avg and 2 TDs. Devery Henderson (PIT) leads all receivers with 87 yards on 4 receptions. Tony Gonzalez (PIT) catches 4 passes for 71 yards. Rashard Lee (SCO) makes 5 grabs for 64 yards and 1 TD. Terry Glenn (SCO) makes 2 receptions for 63 yards, including a 50-yard TD catch. Jason Elam (SCO) is 2 for 2 in FGs. Sam Koch (PIT) punts 5 times for a 40.4 net average. Kawika Mitchell (PIT) leads everyone with 10 tackles. Gerald Hayes (SCO) has 9 tackles and a FR. Pittsburgh defense records 6 sacks, 2 by Robert Mathis. CLAYMORES notch 4 sacks, all four by Warren Sapp, who also recovered a fumble and made 6 tackles!

DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS SCORES

Scottish CLAYMORES 27, Pittsburgh STEELERS 14

Green Bay PACKERS 31, Phoenix CARDINALS 17

New York GIANTS 19, Chicago ENFORCERS 10

Grand Rapids RAMPAGE 31, San Francisco 49'ERS 21

WILD CARD WEEKEND

GIANTS hold off STEAMER rally and upset Shreveport in the Wildcard round. Eli Manning (NYG) throws for 134 yards and 2 TDs to pace the victory. Marc Bulger (SHR) throws 39 passes but completes less than half for 245 yards and 1 TD. Larry Johnson (NYG) has huge day with 187 rushing yards. Travis Henry (SHR) posts 103 yards. Mike Furrey (SHR) leads all receivers with 90 yards on 6 receptions and 1 TD. John Carney (NYG) hits 3 of 4 FG attempts.

STEELERS stun the EAGLES in overtime, advance to the Divisional Playoffs. Pittsburgh overcomes lackluster performance by Donovan McNabb; Corey Dillon (PIT) paces the attack with 112 rushing yards and 5 receptions; Clinton Portis (PIT) scores the winning TD on a 12-yard run with 8:42 remaining in overtime; Willie Parker (PHI) held to just 32 yards on 19 carries; Mark Brunell (PHI) passes for 324 yards and 2 TDs in losing cause; Plaxico Burress (PHI) leads all receivers with 122 yards on 9 receptions and 1 TD.

RAMPAGE defeats the ALOUETTES, advances to the Divisional Playoffs. Carson Palmer (208 yards, 1 TD) and Fred Taylor (105 yards, 4 receptions) lead the offense for Grand Rapids. Dallas Clark (GR) is the leading receiver with 87 yards and 1 TD on 7 receptions. Drew Brees (MON) throws for 229 yards, 1 TD and 1 INT. Lawrence Maroney (MON) has 63 yards and 1 TD; Steve Smith (MON) leads his team with 82 yards on 5 catches.

CARDINALS rally from 9-point deficit with 6 minutes left in the game to nip the COLTS by 1 point on a 19-yard Jeff Reed FG with 8 seconds remaining in the contest. John Kasay (BAC) misses THREE field goals. Steve McNair (BAC) has an outstanding day in defeat (361 yards, 63.6% comp, 8.2 avg, 2 TDs, 0 INTs, 104.5 passing rating). Ronnie Brown (BAC) leads all rushers with 120 yards and 1 TD. Tom Brady (PHO) (167 yards, 2 TDs, 2 INTs) and Tatum Bell (PHO) (104 yards) save their best for last to pace the rally (Bell gets a critical 39-yard run in crunch time). Justin Miller (PHO) helps the comeback with a 90-yard kickoff return TD late in the game.

WILD CARD WEEKEND SCORES

Pittsburgh STEELERS 29, Philadelphia EAGLES 23 O/T

Grand Rapids RAMPAGE 29, Montreal ALOUETTES 23

Phoenix CARDINALS 27, Baltimore COLTS 26

New York GIANTS 23, Shreveport STEAMER 14

League Leaders (FINAL) (Includes All Categories That Players Led League In)

SCORING: Brian Westbrook (GB): 174 points, 29 TDs

PASSING: Peyton Manning (SCO): 116.3 passing rating, 66.6% comp pct, 4,792 yards, 8.4 Avg Per Att, 49 TDs

RUSHING: LaDainian Tomlinson (SCO): 2,609 yards

RECEIVING: Bryant Johnson (SD): 1,940 yards, 23 TDs, 22.6 avg per catch

KICKING: Mike Nugent (NYJ): 139 points, 38 FGs in 40 att

PUNTING: Mat McBriar (CHI): 42.0 net average, 49.8 gross average

KICKOFF RETURNS: Josh Cribbs (SC): 1,861 yards, 3 TDs, 100 long

PUNT RETURNS: Pacman Jones (MON): 599 yards, 4 TDs, 109 Long

TACKLES: Gary Brackett (BUF): 146

SACKS: Will Smith (NJ): 15 sacks for 103 yards lost

INTERCEPTIONS: Kerry Rhodes (PHI): 10

FINAL 2007 Autumn Wind League Standings ARE HERE

FINAL 2007 Autumn Wind Statistics ARE HERE

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Congratulations to Head Coach Ed Berro for winning the 2006 Spring Fever Championship!

NINERS WIN SUPER BOWL III: Marc Bulger (SF) leads his team to the league title: 22 of 32 for 231 yards, 68.8%, 7.2 avg, 0 TDs, 1 INT, 29 long, 0 sacks; Matt Hasselbeck (PHI) comes up short: 14 of 31 for 187 yards, 45.2%, 6.0 avg, 1 TD, 2 INTs, 62 long, 0 sacks. Steven Jackson (PHI) is the leading rusher with 128 yards on 28 carries, 4.6 avg, 36 long; Larry Johnson (SF) rushes for 125 yards on 25 attempts, 5.0 avg, 28 long, 1 TD. Jonathan Wells (SF) also rushes for a TD. Jeremy Shockey (SF) is the co-leading receiver with 87 yards on 7 receptions, 12.4 avg, 26 long; Joey Galloway (PHI) also has 87 yards but on only 3 catches, 29.0 avg, 62 long, 1 TD; Dallas Clark (SF) hauls in 4 passes for 61 yards, 15.3 avg, 29 long; Larry Johnson (SF) makes 5 receptions for 36 yards, 7.2 avg, 10 long; Steven Jackson (PHI) has 4 catches for 36 yards, 9.0 avg, 12 long. Ryan Longwell (PHI) connects on his only FG attempt; Nate Kaeding (SF) is 1 of 2 in FG tries; Jason Baker (SF) nets a 39.8 yard average on 4 punts and puts all 4 inside his opponent's 20-yard line; Mewelde Moore (SF) returns 2 punts for 27 yards; Randall Godfrey (PHI), Steve Foley (PHI), and Zach Thomas (SF) each lead the game with 7 tackles; San Francisco defense records 1 fumble recovery and 2 interceptions; Philadelphia defense gets 1 interception.

49'ERS WIN THE NFC CHAMPIONSHIP: Marc Bulger (SF) is sharp, completing 20 of 36 passes for 341 yards, 55.6%, 9.5 avg, 3 TDs, 2 INTs, 58 long, 1 sack, 92.5 passing rating; Tom Brady (NE) struggles in defeat: only 9 of 23 for 196 yards, 39.1%, 8.5 avg, 0 TDs, 2 INTs, 51 long, 3 sacks, 34.0 passing rating. Larry Johnson (SF) leads all rushers with 128 yards on 28 carries, 4.6 avg, 16 long, 1 TD; Thomas Jones (NE) lead his team with 69 yards on 15 carries, 4.6 avg, 14 long, 1 TD; Mike Anderson (NE) had 35 yards on 5 runs, 7.0 avg, 20 long, 1 TD; Mewelde Moore (SF) had 29 rushing yards and Jonathan Wells (SF) had a rushing TD. Deion Branch (NE) and Dallas Clark (SF) were co-leaders in receiving yards with 119 each; both had 5 receptions and a 23.8 avg; Jeremy Shockey (SF) caught 4 passes for 95 yards, 23.8 avg, 58 long; Antonio Bryant, Reche Caldwell and Jonathan Wells all caught TD passes for San Francisco. Adam Vinatieri (NE) nailed 1 of 1 FG attempts; Nate Kaeding (SF) connected on 1 of 2 FG tries. Koren Robinson (NE) returned 5 kickoffs for 162 yards, 32.4 avg, 102 long and 1 TD. Tedy Bruschi (NE) lead all tacklers with 9; Keith Newman (NE) and Pat Williams (NE) each had 7 tackles; Rod Coleman (SF), Spring Fever's Sack Champion (12), lead his team with 7 tackles and 1 sack. The NINER defense recorded 3 sacks, 3 fumble recoveries and 2 interceptions; The PATRIOTS defense notched 1 sack, 3 fumble recoveries and 2 interceptions.

EAGLES WIN THE AFC CHAMPIONSHIP: Matt Hasselbeck (PHI) has a solid game: 13 of 26 for 196 yards, 50.0%, 7.5 avg, 2 TDs, 1 INT, 54 long, 3 sacks, 84.8 passing rating; Byron Leftwich (FTW) has a poor game: 15 of 34 for 174 yards, 44.1%, 5.1 avg, 1 TD, 2 INTs, 33 long, 1 sack, 45.5 passing rating. Steven Jackson (PHI) is the game's leading rusher with 67 yards on 18 carries, 3.7 avg, 17 long; Curtis Martin (PHI) has 52 yards on 14 carries, 3.7 avg, 23 long, 1 TD; Brian Westbrook (FTW) leads his team with 31 yards on 5 carries, 6.2 avg, 14 long. Joey Galloway (PHI) paces the champions with 5 receptions for 105 yards, 21.0 avg, 54 long, 1 TD; Brian Westbrook (FTW) hauls in 8 passes for 67 yards, 8.4 avg, 15 long. Todd Peterson (FTW) is 2 for 2 in FG attempts, including a 53-yard effort; Ryan Longwell (PHI) nails his only FG try. Shane Lechler (FTW) punts 6 times for a 40.7 net average and 4 punts inside the 20; Mat McBriar (PHI) also punts 6 times, for a 41.0 net average and 2 inside the 20. Derek Smith (FTW) was the game's leading tackler with 10; John Henderson (FTW) had 9 tackles and 1 sack; Dan Wilkinson (PHI) recorded 5 tackles and 1 sack. Fort Worth's defense recorded 3 sacks and 1 interception. Philadelphia's defense made 1 sack, 2 interceptions and held the CAVS to only 74 rushing yards.

PATS defeat the AVENGERS as both QBs stuggle: Tom Brady (NE) is only 7 of 19 for 84 yards, 36.8%, 4.4 avg, 0 TDs, 0 INTs, 18 long, 0 sacks, 51.2 passing rating; Carson Palmer (LAA) hits 17 of 31 for 189 yards, 54.8%, 6.1 avg, 0 TDs, 2 INTs, 31 long, 1 sack, 46.3 passing rating. Thomas Jones (NE) leads all rushers with 113 yards on 24 carries, 4.7 avg, 16 long, 1 TD; Mike Anderson (NE) rushes for 76 yards on 14 carries, 5.4 avg, 22 long, 2 TDs; Frank Gore (LAA) leads his team with 46 yards on 8 carries, 5.8 avg, 30 long, but is injured early in the 2nd quarter and lost for the game. Jerramy Stevens (LAA) is the leading receiver with 5 catches for 54 yards, 10.8 avg, 31 long; Darrell Jackson (LAA) hauls in 4 passes for 49 yards, 12.3 avg, 14 long; Deion Branch (NE) leads his teams with 3 receptions for 41 yards, 13.7 avg, 15 long. Adam Vinatieri (NE) hits 2 of 3 FG attempts. Derrick Frost (NE) punts 5 times for a 37.2 net average and puts 3 punts inside the 20. Odell Thurman (LAA) is the leading tackler with 13; Sammy Knight (NE) has 10 tackles and 1 sack; Tedy Bruschi (NE) records 9 tackles; Hunter Hillenmeyer (LAA) gets 8 tackles. New England defense records 1 sack, 1 fumble recovery and 2 interceptions.

Byron Leftwich (FTW) throws 5 TDs and has a career day in leading the CAVS over the VOODOO in the AFC Wild Card game: 17 of 26 for 330 yards, 65.4%, 12.7 avg (!), 5 TDs, 0 INTs, 45 long, 0 sacks, 148.2 passing rating. Both VOODOO QBs struggle mightily: Josh McCown is 8 of 19 for 74 yards, 42.1%, 3.9 avg, 0 TDs, 1 INT, 15 long, 0 sacks, 31.5 passing rating; David Carr is 3 of 12 for 53 yards, 25.0%, 4.4 avg, 1 TD, 1 INT, 30 long, 0 sacks, 38.5 passing rating. Shaun Alexander (NO) leads all rushers with 124 yards, 3.6 avg; Domanick Davis (FTW) leads his team with 32 yards, 1.7 avg. Anquan Boldin (FTW) has huge day, catching 6 passes for 176 yards, 34 long, 2 TDs; Terry Glenn (FTW) gets 80 yards on 3 receptions, 45 long, 1 TD; Torry Holt (NO) leads his team with 39 yards and 3 catches. Rob Bironas (NO) is 1 for 1 in FG attempts. Josh Bidwell (NO) punts 5 times for a 42.8 net average with 2 inside the 20. Derek Smith (FTW) sets all-time tackle record with 19 tackles; Nick Barnett (NO) leads his team with 7 tackles. NO defense records 2 fumble recoveries; CAVALRY defense makes 2 interceptions.

THIRD ROUND (Super Bowl III)

San Francisco 49'ERS 17, Philadelphia EAGLES 10

SECOND ROUND (Conference Championships)

AFC: Philadelphia EAGLES 24, Fort Worth CAVALRY 13

NFC: San Francisco 49'ERS 38, New England PATRIOTS 31

FIRST ROUND (Wild Card Games)

AFC: Fort Worth CAVALRY 35, New Orleans VOODOO 10

NFC: New England PATRIOTS 27, Los Angeles AVENGERS 7

FINAL 2006 Spring Fever League Standings ARE HERE

FINAL 2006 Spring Fever Statistics ARE HERE

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Congratulations To 2006 Champion Douglas Reilly For Winning Autumn Wind's OOPER BOWL III

J-E-T-S, JETS! JETS! JETS! win the championship game by edging the RAMS 19-17; Thomas Jones rushes for 131 yards on 26 carries for the JETS; Mike Nugent hits 4 of 4 field goals for New York; Ben Roethlisberger has great game in defeat for St. Louis (16 of 28, 196 yards, 57.1%, 7.0 avg, 2 TDs, 0 INTs, 102.7 passing rating); Nate Kaeding of the RAMS misses a 43-yard FG with 22 seconds left in the game to seal the win for New York

OOPER BOWL III (4th Round) Result

New York JETS 19, St. Louis RAMS 17

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS (3rd Round) Results

AFC: St. Louis RAMS 24, Green Bay PACKERS 17

NFC: New York JETS 23, San Diego CHARGERS 17

DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS (2nd Round) Results

Green Bay PACKERS 24, Tennessee TITANS 23

New York JETS 24, San Francisco 49'ERS 10

San Diego CHARGERS 20, Philadelphia EAGLES 13

St. Louis RAMS 30, Chicago ENFORCERS 27 O/T

WILD CARD WEEKEND (1st Round) Results

Philadelphia EAGLES 16, Southern California SUN 9

San Francisco 49'ERS 44, Las Vegas GLADIATORS 41 O/T

Tennessee TITANS 30, Grand Rapids RAMPAGE 27 O/T

Chicago ENFORCERS 28, Montreal ALOUETTES 6

FINAL 2006 Autumn Wind Playoff Statistics ARE HERE

FINAL 2006 Autumn Wind League Standings ARE HERE

FINAL 2006 Autumn Wind Individual Statistics ARE HERE

FINAL 2006 Autumn Wind Team Statistics ARE HERE

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Congratulations to Ed Berro, 2005 SPRING FEVER Champion

FIFTH ROUND (Super Bowl II)

San Francisco 49'ERS 14, Southern California SUN 10

FOURTH ROUND (Conference Championships)

AFC: San Francisco 49'ERS 38, San Diego CHARGERS 3

NFC: Southern California SUN 31, Seattle SEAHAWKS 17

THIRD ROUND (Quarter Finals)

AFC: San Diego CHARGERS 21, California GOLDEN BEARS 14

NFC: Seattle SEAHAWKS 24, Philadelphia EAGLES 21

SECOND ROUND (AFC and NFC Wild Card Tiebreakers)

AFC: San Diego CHARGERS 30, Oakland RAIDERS 20

NFC: Philadelphia EAGLES 33, New England PATRIOTS 10

FIRST ROUND (AFC Wild Card Tiebreaker)

Oakland RAIDERS 28, Phoenix CARDINALS 21

FINAL 2005 Spring Fever League Standings ARE HERE

FINAL 2005 Spring Fever Individual Statistics ARE HERE

FINAL 2005 Spring Fever Full Statistics ARE HERE

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The San Francisco 49'ers have won Autumn Wind's Super Bowl II

Congratulations to 2005 Champion Ed Berro!

FINAL 2005 Autumn Wind League Standings ARE HERE

FINAL 2005 Autumn Wind Weekly Statistics ARE HERE

FINAL 2005 Autumn Wind Quarterly Statistics ARE HERE

Autumn Wind 2005 PRO BOWL: Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI

AFC (Coach: Butch Shramek) at NFC (Coach: Larry Davis)

Autumn Wind SUPER BOWL II: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA

San Francisco 49'ers 30, St. Louis RAMS 19

AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME:

San Francisco 49ers (#1) 31, New Orleans VOODOO (#2) 24

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME:

St. Louis RAMS (#2) 17, Green Bay PACKERS (#6) 0

AFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS:

San Francisco 49'ers (#1) 24, Chicago ENFORCERS (#5) 6

New Orleans VOODOO (#2) 28, Pittsburgh STEELERS (#3) 24

NFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS:

Green Bay PACKERS (#6) 17, San Diego CHARGERS (#1) 14

St. Louis RAMS (#2) 41, Tampa Bay BUCCANEERS (#4) 17

AFC WILD CARD PLAYOFFS:

Pittsburgh STEELERS (#3) 30, Fort Worth CAVALRY (#6) 17

Chicago ENFORCERS (#5) 6, Shreveport STEAMER (#4) 3

NFC WILD CARD PLAYOFFS:

Green Bay PACKERS (#6) 20, Minnesota VIKINGS (#3) 17

Tampa Bay BUCCANEERS (#4) 38, Berlin THUNDERS (#5) 32

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2004 SPRING FEVER: Season completed: Congratulations to League Champion Ed Berro

FINAL 2004 Spring Fever League Standings ARE HERE

FINAL 2004 Spring Fever Weekly Statistics ARE HERE

FINAL 2004 Spring Fever Quarterly Statistics ARE HERE

Spring Fever SUPER BOWL I: Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA

San Francisco 49'ers 24, New England PATRIOTS 10

AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME:

San Francisco 49'ers (#1) 15, Buffalo BILLS (#3) 11

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME:

New England PATRIOTS (#2) 27, Oakland RAIDERS (#1) 17

AFC SEMI-FINALS GAME:

Buffalo BILLS (#3) 38, Los Angeles AVENGERS (#2) 9

NFC SEMI-FINALS GAME:

New England PATRIOTS (#2) 34, California GOLDEN BEARS (#3) 9

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2004 AUTUMN WIND: Season completed: Congratulations to League Champion Ed Berro

Autumn Wind SUPER BOWL I: Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA

San Francisco 49'ers 27, Minnesota VIKINGS 21

AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME:

Minnesota VIKINGS (#2) 30, Arizona OUTLAWS (#5) 16

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME:

San Francisco 49'ers (#3) 27, Southern California SUN (#1) 15

AFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS:

Minnesota VIKINGS (#2) 34, Chicago ENFORCERS (#3) 31 (OT)

Arizona OUTLAWS (#5) 20, Philadelphia EAGLES (#1) 7

NFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS:

Southern California SUN (#1) 28, New Orleans VOODOO (#4) 21

San Francisco 49'ers (#3) 33, Green Bay PACKERS (#2) 24

AFC WILD CARD PLAYOFFS:

Chicago ENFORCERS (#3) 28, San Jose SABERCATS (#6) 24

Arizona OUTLAWS (#5) 34, Ohio GLORY (#4) 24

NFC WILD CARD PLAYOFFS:

San Francisco 49ERS (#3) 31, San Diego CHARGERS (#6) 24

New Orleans VOODOO (#4) 30, Miami DOLPHINS (#5) 24 2OT

2004 FINAL League Standings ARE HERE

2004 FINAL League Stats ARE HERE

2004 League Schedule IS HERE

2004 FINAL TEAM ROSTERS ARE HERE

2004 FINAL DRAFT WORKBOOK IS HERE

2004 LEAGUE FILE as of 10-23-2004 IS HERE