1984 Philadelphia Stars Game-by-Game Results
Team Record: 16-2
Finishing 1st in the USFL's Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference
Coach: Jim Mora (16-2)
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 258,007, Avg. 28,667 in 9 home dates
1984 Philadelphia Stars Roster
The Philadelphia Stars of the United States Football League ended the 1984 season with a record of 16 wins and 2 losses, finishing first in the USFL's Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference.
The defense proved to be a force, as the Stars yielded 225 points, fewest in the league. Philadelphia ran up 479 points. Chuck Fusina directed the offense, slinging for 3,837 yards. Willie Collier grabbed 56 passes, while Scott Fitzkee added 895 receiving yards. Steve Folsom and Kelvin Bryant provided receiving help, too.
Kelvin Bryant carried the ball for a team-leading 1,406 yards.
Mike Lush seized 7 opponent throws. George Cooper and Don Fielder each sacked opposing passers 6 times, helping propel the defense to an overall total of 49 sacks.
Jim Mora coached the team. The 1984 Philadelphia Stars won the Championship.
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Regular Season Points For: 479
Regular Season Points Against: 225
|February 11, 1984||New Jersey Generals 28 at Philadelphia Stars 20||L||0-1-0||0-0-0||0-1-0||Deland, FL|
|February 18, 1984||Philadelphia Stars 17 at Tampa Bay Bandits 22||L||0-1-0||0-1-0||0-2-0||Orlando, FL|
|February 26, 1984||Philadelphia Stars 17 at Memphis Showboats 9||W||0-0-0||1-0-0||1-0-0|
|March 4, 1984||Philadelphia Stars 17 at Washington Federals 6||W||0-0-0||2-0-0||2-0-0|
|March 11, 1984||Philadelphia Stars 14 at New Jersey Generals 17||L||0-0-0||2-1-0||2-1-0|
|March 18, 1984||Oakland Invaders 7 at Philadelphia Stars 28||W||1-0-0||2-1-0||3-1-0|
|March 24, 1984||Philadelphia Stars 25 at Pittsburgh Maulers 10||W||1-0-0||3-1-0||4-1-0|
|April 1, 1984||Tampa Bay Bandits 24 at Philadelphia Stars 38||W||2-0-0||3-1-0||5-1-0|
|April 8, 1984||Philadelphia Stars 22 at Arizona Wranglers 21||W||2-0-0||4-1-0||6-1-0|
|April 15, 1984||Chicago Blitz 7 at Philadelphia Stars 41||W||3-0-0||4-1-0||7-1-0|
|April 22, 1984||Philadelphia Stars 20 at San Antonio Gunslingers 14||W||3-0-0||5-1-0||8-1-0|
|April 27, 1984||New Orleans Breakers 0 at Philadelphia Stars 35||W||4-0-0||5-1-0||9-1-0|
|May 6, 1984||Philadelphia Stars 43 at Birmingham Stallions 11||W||4-0-0||6-1-0||10-1-0|
|May 13, 1984||Los Angeles Express 14 at Philadelphia Stars 18||W||5-0-0||6-1-0||11-1-0|
|May 19, 1984||Jacksonville Bulls 12 at Philadelphia Stars 45||W||6-0-0||6-1-0||12-1-0|
|May 27, 1984||Philadelphia Stars 31 at Michigan Panthers 13||W||6-0-0||7-1-0||13-1-0|
|June 4, 1984||Pittsburgh Maulers 17 at Philadelphia Stars 23||W||7-0-0||7-1-0||14-1-0|
|June 8, 1984||Philadelphia Stars 21 at Denver Gold 19||W||7-0-0||8-1-0||15-1-0|
|June 15, 1984||Washington Federals 8 at Philadelphia Stars 31||W||8-0-0||8-1-0||16-1-0|
|June 24, 1984||New Jersey Generals 16 at Philadelphia Stars 10||L||8-1-0||8-1-0||16-2-0|
|June 30, 1984||New Jersey Generals 7 at Philadelphia Stars 28||W||1-0-0||0-0-0||1-0-0||Quarterfinals|
|July 8, 1984||Birmingham Stallions 10 at Philadelphia Stars 20||W||2-0-0||0-0-0||2-0-0||Semifinals|
|July 15, 1984||Arizona Wranglers 3 at Philadelphia Stars 23||W||3-0-0||0-0-0||3-0-0||Championship Tampa, FL|
|July 21, 1984||Philadelphia Stars 24 at Tampa Bay Bandits 21||W||0-1-0||1-1-0||1-2-0||Postseason Exhibition Postseason Exhibition, London|