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What's the Point


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LIFETIME RECORD:  41-43-1

YEAR 6- 2001

Even though the Point scored the second lowest point total, somehow they still remained in the Playoff hunt through the final week.  The Point lost by four and so ended their season as they finished with a two game losing streak.

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  8-9

YEAR 4- 2000

The Point had a rough year.  While having the fifth highest offensive point total during the regular season, they were #1 in points scored against.  Going into the final stretch at 8-6, they lost their last three games and tiebreakers, eliminating any hope of them going to the Playoffs.  In the last three weeks, they were routed in every game, losing by an average of 50 points.

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  8-9

YEAR 3- 1999

The Point danced like a butterfly and stung like a bee throughout the season.  Fighting the Jaguars all the way for the Division, the Point prevailed.  Unfortunately the Jaguars proved to tough in the Playoffs, resulting in the Point finishing the season in third place overall.  This earned them the tenth pick in the next draft.

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  11-6

YEAR 2- 1998

The Point finished the season with a four game losing streak which eliminated them from the Playoffs.  Plus they play in the toughest Division, with all three teams making the Playoffs in 1997 and the other two teams making the Playoffs in 1998.  The Point earned the first tie of the 1998 season.

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  6-10-1

YEAR 1- 1997

What's the Point, coached by Bob Morton, had an up and down year in the 1997 regular season, but a great run in the playoffs.  While they had a respectable 5-4 record half way through the season, they backed into the playoffs with an 8-9 record and the sixth seed.  The low seeding didn't prevent them from scoring a bunch of points since they had several Green Bay players on their team, and they finished third in the Fantasy Bowl.

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  8-9