The Portland Reavers are a fictional professional American football team based in the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area. The Reavers are a member of the United Football Conference (UFC) Mountain Division in the Continental Football Association(CFA).

Portland Reavers

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Inaugural Season 2011
League/Conference Affiliations

League CFA
Conference United
Division Mountain
Owner Jeffrey Malcolm Jubeck

President & CEO of Orion Energy Consortium

General Manager Billy Nye
Head Coach "Mighty" Mike Schellhammer
League 2014
Conference 2014
Division -
Playoff Appearances 4
Home Fields
Field Rip City Stadium


Boyd Stadium (2011)

History Edit

In the league's second season (2011) the CFA announced they would add two expansion teams. One of which was the Las Vegas Gold Rush. Ownership would last less than one season as Jeffrey Jubeck would purchase the team mid-season and eventually move the team to his hometown of Portland, Oregon.

2011 Edit

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2012 Edit

Portland – 2012 (8-8) Lost in first round of the playoffs 34-23 to San Francisco.
During the 2012 season, the Reavers were led by QB Terry Stewart (213/346, 2,521-yards, 17-TDs), RB Bobby Morris (230-car, 906-yards, 7-TDs), and WR Andy Amundson, (69-rec, 981-yards, 8-TDs). Portland went 3-5 in the first half of the season, losing a close game at eventual division champs Seattle 20-19. Starting in week nine, the Reavers went on a four game winning streak to pull their record up to a respectable 7-5. Portland then suffered consecutive losses to powerhouses West Texas (12-4) in Amarillo 22-14, and then to eventual Western Conference champion San Francisco (14-2) at home.

Portland bounced back in Week 15 with a hard-fought win at Idaho (17-14), but lost a heartbreaker in the season finale 17-16 in Rip City Stadium to Colorado 17-16.

In the playoffs, the Reavers were seeded fourth, and faced the Hammerheads in the first round of the playoffs. Portland jumped out to a 13-0 lead in the first quarter, only to see San Francisco score thirty-one unanswered points going into the fourth quarter. The Reavers closed the gap with a 30-yard FG by PK Stephen Cramer, and a 9-yards pass from Stewart to WR Richard Mullins during a 16-play, 74-yard drive with 6:47 left on the clock to make it 31-23 San Francisco.  Unfortunately, the Hammerheads would convert on three consecutive 3rd-down situations, and iced the game with a 37-yard FG with less than a minute remaining. The hero of the game for Portland was LB Matthew Machado, who recorded seven-tackles, recovered a fumble, and picked off two passes, one for a score in the losing effort.

Pro Bowlers:

RB – Bobby Morris: 230-att, 906-yrds, 7-TD, 32-rec, 294-yrds, 3-TD.

LB – Patrick Dion: 83-tck, 1-sck, 2-int, 1-defTD, 1-FR.

DT – Jackie Holmes: 76-tck, 12-sck, 3-sfty, 1-FR.


 Defensive Player of the Year – DT Jackie Holmes.


Points: 21.8 (4th)

Yards: 334.3 (9th)

Rushing: 94.8 (6th)

Passing: 239.5 (10th)


Points: 20.0 (9th)
Yards: 321.4 (5th)

Rushing: 74.6 (3rd)
Passing: 246.8 (8th)


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Year by Year Results Edit

Season League Wins Losses Playoffs? Div. Champs? Playoff Results
2011 CFA 5 9 N N N/A
2012 CFA 8 8 Y N Lost Quarterfinal Rd 34-23 to San Francisco (14-2)
2013 CFA 10 8 N N N/A
2014 CFA 11 5 Y N Won Continental Bowl V 39-36 over St. Louis (13-3)
2015 CFA 11 5 Y N Lost Divisional Rd. 31-27 to San Francisco (15-1)
2016 CFA 12 4 Y N Lost Divisional Rd. 27-16 to Houston (12-4)
2017 CFA 7 9 N N N/A
2018 CFA 9 7 N N N/A
2019 CFA 7 9 N N N/A
2020 CFA 4 12 N N N/A
2021 CFA 9 7 N N N/A
2022 CFA 7 9 N N N/A
2023 CFA 4 12 N N N/A