FFL-GOO division/W-L history added to CBS Sports site

Goo! Happy Saturday after a Penn State win. It’s a rainy day in New England so I watched the Lions win and am now watching the Red Sox and finally finished something I think you all might enjoy: I’ve backfilled our FFL-GOO league W-L and division standings into CBS Sports.


The big caveat here is historical information is associated with the FRANCHISE. I can enter info prior to 2011 for the existing teams in CBS, but I can’t edit team names to reflect history prior to 2011.

  • CHI Mud is listed with 4 titles under Most Championships, but the first of those two (1993 and 1996) were from when Sam owned the team (LA Riot!) from 1992-1997.
  • New Pepper is listed with 2 titles, but the first of those is when the franchise was State College Bandits (our first champion in 1992).
  • Happy Valley was originally Pittsburgh, and was Mission Viejo before returning to State College.
  • If you need the history of our existing franchises, look here:

All-Time Standings include ALL our W-L-T going back to 1992.

Best franchise record all-time: Griffins (255-135-5)
Five (of 14) franchises have winning records in our history:
Griffins (.652); Riot/Mud (.589); Wildcats (.576); Bang (.546); and Longfellows (.542)
Pachyderms/Impossibles/Violence just dipped under .500 (now .499).

This history page (accessible under League > History in the nav menu at the top of our League pages on CBS) has our total W-L. Clicking a year under the Championships list will take you to a page with final division standings for that year, playoff games, and badge for the points champion too.

Or go to Year By Year tab (http://fflgoo.football.cbssports.com/history/year-by-year) and use the dropdown menu to select any year going back to 1992.

(NOTE: Points and head-to-head history on the CBS Sports site still only go back to 2011 when we started using that platform.)


We are into the second half of our 2018 season, and there is a clear top/bottom divide entering week 8.
– Six teams have 5 or 4 wins.
– Six teams have 1 or 2 wins.
– The only team in a middle tier is 3-4 Chicago, despite scoring 3rd most points – they’ve had the most points scored against them (524)

We had our first in-season trade this year: Griffins sending LeSean McCoy to New Pepper. Of course there are conditional clauses involving potential draft picks! It wouldn’t be a Griffin trade without it!
(The Fine Print: PHI **may** have NPP’s 2019[5] in the LeSean McCoy deal. PHI gets the additional pick if a) McCoy averages 6pts/game or more weeks 8-17 not including a bye week; and b) NPP makes it to the Fantasy Bowl game; and c) if McCoy is not suspended 4 games or more. All 3 conditions must be met for PHI to get the additional pick.)

REMINDER: We are 3 weeks away from the FFL trade deadline, which is kickoff week 11.

REMINDER: Protected players for next year must be on an FFL roster continuously starting week 11 this year (e.g. players “added” after kickoff week 11 are not eligible for protection for 2019 season).