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See Part one History of the super bowl here. Teams in the Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions. For the 1980-81 season with a total of ten teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Steelers, Giants and Broncos;

“B” division – Chiefs, Redskins and Dolphins.

The Browns defeated the Miami Dolphins by a score of 8-0 to win their first championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was John Nessel (LB/TE).

Washington Redskins Won.

Teams in the Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions for the 1981-82 season with a total of fourteen teams divided as follows.

“A” division – Steelers, Giants and Chiefs;

“B” division – Broncos, Dolphins and Browns.

The Super Bowl runner-up Washington Redskins defeated the loser Atlanta Falcons. By a score of 10-8 to win their first championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was Mark Brower (RB/LB).

History Of The Super Bowl ( Part Two).
Washington Redskins.

1982-83

Teams in the Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions. For the 1982-83 season with a total of fourteen teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Steelers and Rams;

“B” division – Giants, Chiefs and Dolphins.

The Super Bowl champion Washington Redskins defeated the runner-up Miami Dolphins. By a score of 12-7 to win their tenth consecutive championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was Joe Richardson (RB/LB).

Champion Washington Redskins Won 3rd Time.

Teams in the Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions. For the 1983-84 season with a total of fourteen teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Giants and Steelers;

“B” division – Chiefs, Redskins and Broncos.

The Super Bowl champion Washington Redskins defeated the loser San Francisco 49ers. By a score of 6-0 to win their eleventh championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was Greg Williams (RB/LB).

Teams in the Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions for the 1984-85 season. With a total of fifteen teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Steelers and Giants;

“B” division – Chiefs, Redskins and Browns.

The Super Bowl runner-up San Francisco 49ers defeated the Super Bowl losing Washington Redskins by a score of 8-7 to win their first championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was Joe Richardson (RB/LB).

New York Giants 1985-86.

Teams in Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions for the 1985-86 season with a total of fifteen teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Steelers, Dolphins and Giants;

“B” division – Chiefs, Broncos and Browns.

The Super Bowl runner-up New York Giants defeated the Super Bowl loser Miami Dolphins by a score of 13-12 to win their second championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was Antoine Black (RB/LB).

History Of The Super Bowl ( Part Two).

Teams in Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions for the 1986-87 season with a total of fourteen teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Giants and Chiefs;

“B” division – Steelers, Redskins and Browns.

The Super Bowl runner-up New York Giants defeated the Super Bowl loser Dallas Cowboys by a score of 10-0 to win their third championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was James Smith (RB/LB).

Washington Redskins Again.

Teams in Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions for the 1987-88 season with a total of sixteen teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Steelers and Dolphins;

“B” division – Chiefs, Giants and Broncos.

The Super Bowl runner-up Washington Redskins defeated the Super Bowl loser New York Giants by a score of 9-8 to win their fourth championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was James Williams (RB/LB).

17 Teams in Baltimore Area.

Teams in Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions for the 1988-89 season with a total of seventeen teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Steelers and Chiefs;

“B” division – Rams, Dolphins and Redskins.

The Super Bowl loser New England Patriots defeated the Super Bowl loser San Francisco 49ers by a score of 10-5 to win their first championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was Louis Merrill (RB/LB).

Defeat Of Denver Broncos.

Teams in Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions for the 1989-90 season with a total of sixteen teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Steelers, Dolphins and Rams;

“B” division – Chiefs, Giants and Broncos.

The Super Bowl runner-up Washington Redskins defeated the Super Bowl winner Denver Broncos. By a score of 8-0 to win their fifth championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was Rick Bowers (RB/LB).

18 Teams In 1990-91.

Teams in Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions for the 1990-91 season with a total of eighteen teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Dolphins and Chiefs;

“B” division – Steelers, Redskins and Giants.

The Super Bowl runner-up New York Giants defeated the Super Bowl winner Denver Broncos by a score of 5-0 to win their second championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was Ron Harrington (RB/LB).

Seventeen Teams In 1991-92.

Teams in Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions for the 1991-92 season with a total of seventeen teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Dolphins and Steelers;

“B” division – Seahawks, Giants and Chiefs.

The Super Bowl loser Seattle Seahawks defeated the Super Bowl winner New York Giants by a score of 21-6 to win their first championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was Tony Patterson (RB/LB).

History Of The Super Bowl ( Part Two).
Seattle Seahawks

Washington Redskins Again in 1992-93.

Teams in Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions for the 1992-93 season with a total of sixteen teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Dolphins and Steelers;

“B” division – Warriors, Seahawks and Rams.

The Super Bowl runner-up Washington Redskins defeated the Super Bowl winner San Francisco 49ers by a score of 7-3 to win their sixth championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was Corey Harris (RB/LB).

1993-94 Dallas Cowboys Won Championship.

Teams in Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions for the 1993-94 season with a total of eighteen teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Dolphins and Steelers;

“B” division – Giants, Chiefs and Redskins.

The Super Bowl runner-up Dallas Cowboys defeated the Super Bowl winner San Francisco 49ers by a score of 6-2 to win their first championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was Kevin Hale (RB/LB).

Dallas Cowboy.

Teams in Baltimore city were divided into two divisions for the 1994-95 season with a total of twenty teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Eagles, Steelers and Broncos;

“B” division – Buccaneers, Bears and Chiefs.

The Super Bowl runner-up Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Super Bowl winner San Francisco 49ers by a score of 7-0 to win their seventh championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was Eric Jones (RB/LB).

Teams in Baltimore city were divided into two divisions for the 1995-96 season with a total of eighteen teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Eagles and Steelers;

“B” division – Cowboys, Bengals and Giants.

The Super Bowl runner-up Dallas Cowboys defeated the Super Bowl loser New York Giants by a score of 10-2 to win their second championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was David Mink (RB/LB).

Teams in Baltimore area flag football were divided into two divisions for the 1996-97 season with a total of sixteen teams divided as follows:

“A” division – Steelers, Broncos and Cowboys;

“B” division – Chiefs, Giants and Buccaneers.

The Super Bowl runner-up Dallas Cowboys defeated the Super Bowl winner San Francisco 49ers. By a score of 7-3 to win their third championship in Baltimore area flag football. MVP for the championship game was Ricky Bowers (RB/LB).

Baltimore Area Flag Football League started its 1997 fall session with twelve teams in Baltimore city. There are three divisions mentioned below which are named alphabetically A, B and C.

1998 Twenty Four Teams.

Teams in Baltimore area flag football were divided into three divisions for the 1998 fall session with a total of twenty-four teams divided as follows:

A division – Cowboys, Eagles, Steelers;

B division – Chiefs, Bucs, Bengals;

C division – 49ers, Giants, Bears.

The Super Bowl runner-up New York Giants defeated the Super Bowl loser Washington Redskins by a score of 13-0 to win their fourth championship in Baltimore city flag football. MVP for the championship game was Charles Brown (RB/LB).

Baltimore Area Flag Football League started its 1999 spring session with sixteen teams in Baltimore city which are broken down into four divisions named alphabetically A, B, C and D.

A Division – Cowboys, Eagles and Steelers;

B Division – Giants, Bucs and Bengals;

C Division – 49ers, Chiefs and Bears;

D Division – Ravens, Jets and Titans.

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