The below tables list each team's all-time regular season and playoff records, and each coach's all-time record, sorted by winning percentage.

All-Time Team Regular Season Records

Team
Won
Lost
Tied
Win Pct.
Miami Pirates/Carolina
Playmakers
161
108
5
.597
Chicago Cougars
153
118
3
.564
Buffalo Stallions
152
121
1
.557
Pittsburgh Pride
147
120
7
.549
Cincinnati Scrubs/
Cyclones
135
135
4
.500
Washington Corruption/
Anarchists/Wildcats
82
84
2
.494
L.A./San Francisco
Quake/Sabers
132
136
6
.493
Green Bay Cheese
129
140
5
.480
Oakland Choppers
125
145
4
.464
Minnesota Warriors/
Renegades/New York
Werewolves
119
152
3
.440
Denver Destroyers
72
93
3
.438
New York Freedom/
Los Angeles Express
107
164
3
.396


All-Time Team Playoff Records

Team
Won
Lost
Win Pct.
Playoff App.
Fantasy Bowl App.
Fantasy Bowl Titles
Denver Destroyers
2
0
1.000
1
1
1
Buffalo Stallions
5
2
.714
6
5
4
Oakland Choppers
2
1
.667
2
1
1
Miami Pirates/Carolina
Playmakers
7
4
.636
8
5
3
Pittsburgh Pride
6
5
.545
7
5
2
Cincinnati Scrubs/
Cyclones
7
7
.500
9
7
2
Washington Corruption/
Anarchists/Wildcats
3
3
.500
4
2
1
Chicago Cougars
4
5
.444
8
6
3
L.A./San Francisco
Quake/Sabers
4
6
.400
8
4
2
Green Bay Cheese
2
3
.400
4
1
1
New York Freedom/
Los Angeles Express
1
3
.250
3
1
0
Minnesota Warriors/
Renegades/New York
Werewolves
1 4
.200
4
2
0


All-Time Coaching Records (Regular Season and Playoffs)

Coach
Team
Seasons
Won
Lost
Tied
Win Pct.
Playoff App.
Fantasy Bowl App.
Fantasy Bowl Titles
Mike Pileski
Miami
6
60
29
1
.672
4
2
1
Darrin Goats
L.A. Quake
1
7
4
2
.615
0
0
0
Monica Kmitt
Washington
3
27
19
0
.587
2
2
1
John Borden
Chicago
18
144
107
3
.573
7
6
3
Geoff Kroeger
Miami
11
87
65
1
.572
3
3
2
Jason Lawless
L.A. Express
1
8
6
0
.571
0
0
0
George Zilka
Buffalo
20
157
123
1
.560
6
5
4
Jerry Stepnicka
Pittsburgh
20
153
125
7
.549
7
5
2
John Kmitt
Cincinnati
15
116
102
4
.532
8
6
2
Anthony DeVito
Miami/Carolina
3
21
19
3
.523
1
0
0
Scott Mantz
L.A./S.F. Quake
8
53
54
2
.495
2
2
1
Ray Cooney
Green Bay
17
115
121
3
.487
4
1
1
James Stockard
Oakland
19
125
135
4
.481
2
1
1
Paul Mendoza
Minn./N.Y. Wolves
8
55
60
1
.478
3
1
0
Luke Rhoades
San Francisco
11
76
84
2
.475
6
2
1
Todd Maher
Washington
9
58
68
2
.461
2
0
0
Kenny Glowacki
Chicago
2
13
16
0
.448
1
0
0
Derek Zilka
Denver
12
74
93
3
.444
1
1
1
Jay Hadsell
Minnesota
12
65
96
2
.405
1
1
0
Doug Andrassy
Green Bay
2
10
15
1
.404
0
0
0
Eric Wintrich
Cincinnati
5
26
40
0
.394
1
1
0
Bob Doyle
N.Y. Freedom
18
95
152
3
.386
3
1
0
Kyle Tucker
L.A. Express
1
5
9
0
.357
0
0
0
Scott Mason
Oakland
1
2
11
0
.154
0
0
0

NOTE 1: Shawn Edge (Oakland) left the league before the inaugural 2004 season began; Scott Mason joined after Week 1, but is credited for the full season.
NOTE 2: The number of Fantasy Bowls won is since 2004; the following coaches won Fantasy Bowls prior to 2004: Jerry Stepnicka (2), John Borden (1), and Derek Zilka (1).
NOTE 3: Coaches no longer in the FFL have their names displayed in the above table in Italics.

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