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1995 Arena Football League season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1995 Arena Football League season
LeagueArena Football League
SportArena football
DurationMay 12, 1995 – September 1, 1995
Regular season
Season MVPBarry Wagner, ORL
ArenaBowl IX
ChampionsTampa Bay Storm
  Runners-upOrlando Predators
Finals MVPGeorge LaFrance, TB
 AFL seasons

The 1995 Arena Football League season was the ninth season of the Arena Football League (AFL). It was succeeded by 1996. The league champions were the Tampa Bay Storm, who defeated the Orlando Predators in ArenaBowl IX. The AFL realigned its divisions for the third straight year to two divisions per conference, a format that was then used until 2016.

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Contents

Team movement

Five expansion teams formed in the league: the Connecticut Coyotes, Iowa Barnstormers, Memphis Pharaohs, St. Louis Stampede, and the San Jose SaberCats.

Meanwhile, both the Fort Worth Cavalry and the Massachusetts Marauders were suspended and the Cleveland Thunderbolts folded. The Denver Dynamite remained inactive.

Standings

Team Overall Division
Wins Losses Percentage Wins Losses Percentage
National Conference
Eastern Division
Albany Firebirds 7 5 0.583 3 1 0.750
Charlotte Rage 5 7 0.417 3 1 0.750
Connecticut Coyotes 1 11 0.083 0 4 0.000
Southern Division
Tampa Bay Storm 10 2 0.833 4 0 1.000
Orlando Predators 7 5 0.583 2 2 0.500
Miami Hooters 1 11 0.083 0 4 0.000
American Conference
Central Division
St. Louis Stampede 9 3 0.750 4 2 0.667
Iowa Barnstormers 7 5 0.583 4 2 0.667
Memphis Pharaohs 6 6 0.500 3 3 0.500
Milwaukee Mustangs 4 8 0.333 1 5 0.167
Western Division
San Jose SaberCats 8 4 0.667 2 2 0.500
Arizona Rattlers 7 5 0.583 3 1 0.750
Las Vegas Sting 6 6 0.500 1 3 0.250

  • Green indicates clinched playoff berth
  • Blue indicates division champion
  • Grey indicates best regular season record

Playoffs

Quarterfinals Semifinals ArenaBowl IX
         
1 Tampa Bay 53
8 Memphis 41
1 Tampa Bay 56
7 Albany 49
2 St. Louis 49
7 Albany 51
1 Tampa Bay 48
6 Orlando 35
3 San Jose 37
6 Orlando 55
6 Orlando 56
5 Iowa 49
4 Arizona 52
5 Iowa 56

All-Arena team

Position First team Second team
Quarterback Jay Gruden, Tampa Bay Mike Perez, Albany
Fullback/Linebacker Les Barley, Connecticut Cedric McKinnon, Tampa Bay
Wide receiver/Defensive back Bernard Edwards, Miami
Barry Wagner, Orlando
Amod Field, San Jose
Darren Hughes, Memphis
Wide receiver/Linebacker Darryl Hammond, St. Louis Fred Gayles, Albany
Offensive specialist Hunkie Cooper, Arizona Titus Dixon, San Jose
Offensive lineman/Defensive lineman Sam Hernandez, Las Vegas
Ralph Jarvis, Milwaukee
Kent Wells, Tampa Bay
Sylvester Bembery, Tampa Bay
Robert Stewart, Charlotte
Willie Wyatt, Tampa Bay
Defensive specialist Patrick McGuirk, San Jose Corey Dowden, Tampa Bay
Kicker Mike Black, Iowa Ian Howfield, Las Vegas
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