The North strikes back, going 2-2 against the South in the second week of interdivisional action in the USFL. We have a new team in title contention, a new team at the top of our rankings, and a new result for the Maulers.
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The USFL's inter-division schedule resumes as the South looks to cement it's advantage over the North. Can the Generals and company win some respect back for the lesser division?
Our annual review of the best values this offseason tries—and fails!—to keep up with the wide receiver market.
If you were tuning into the USFL this week to witness some retro schadenfreude, Jeff Fisher and Todd Haley had your back. Also, let's look at the divisional races!
Week 4 sees the USFL finish their first round of divisional games, with the Stallions and Bandits highlighting the slate. Also, the USFL actually gained viewers against the draft?
The Stallions win the battle of undefeated teams, jumping to first place in both the league standings and our power rankings. But how much are they helped by actually having fans who care?
The Week 3 slate sees the two best teams in the league clashing, plus the USFL goes head-to-head with the NFL draft for some unfathomable reason.
Week 2 of the USFL is in the books and there's a clear best team in the league so far. We also debut our first-ever USFL rankings!
The USFL looks to dust itself off after a shaky beginning with it's first-ever Rivalry Week.
Six years ago, the Cowboys built a foundation by finding a franchise running back and quarterback in the same class.