Cincinnati Rockers


Cincinnati Rockers
Cincinnati Rockers
Cincinnati Rockers
Year founded 1992
Year folded 1993
Prior names none
Divisional championships {{{divisional}}}
ArenaBowl championships none

The Cincinnati Rockers were an Arena Football League team that competed in the 1992 and 1993 seasons.

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History

They played their home games at Riverfront Coliseum. The team color scheme incorporated bright yellow and green. The team mascot was called "Rockerman."

The Rockers finished their first season in the league with a surprising 7-3 record, but lost in the first round of the playoffs 41-36 to the Tampa Bay Storm.

The team ceased operations following a 2-10 season in 1993.

Season-by-season

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
1992 7 3 0 2nd Northern Lost Week 1 (Tampa Bay 41-36)
1993 2 10 0 5th AC --
Totals 9 14 0 (including playoffs)

Notable players

  • Blair Kiel, Quarterback, 1993
  • Chris Barber, Defensive specialist 1992
  • Tony Collins, Fullback/linebacker 1992
  • Ira Hillary, Wide receiver/defensive back 1992-1993
  • Art Schlichter, Quarterback 1992
  • Dan Sellers, Fullback/linebacker 1992-1993
  • David Smith, Fullback/linebacker 1992
  • Jackie Walker, Offensive/defensive lineman 1992
  • Vince Hale, Offensive/defensive lineman 1992

Notes

  • The team appeared on the game EA Sports Arena Football and Arena Football: Road to Glory as a hidden bonus team.

External links


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