The San Diego Raptors are a fictional professional American football team based in the San Diego metropolitan area. The Raptors are a member of the United Football Conference (UFC) Pacific Division in the Continental Football Association (CFA).
The Raptors franchise were among the original 12 that started in 2010. The team was originally owned by Paul Miller and played their games in Boise, Idaho known as the Thunder. The team was sold to Doc Williams during the 2016 season and was then relocated to San Diego, California before the 2017 season.
Idaho Thunder (2010-2016) Edit
San Diego Raptors (2017-Present) Edit
This season marks the team's first season in San Diego, California.
Year by Year Results Edit
|Season||League||Wins||Losses||Playoffs?||Div. Champs?||Playoff Results|
|2011||CFA||6||8||Y||N||Lost Quarterfinal Rd. 41-10 to San Francisco (9-5)|
|2014||CFA||8||8||Y||N||Lost Wild Card Rd. 30-20 to Portland (11-5)|
|2017||CFA||9||7||Y||N||Lost Wild Card Rd. 20-7 to Houston (11-5)|
|2022||CFA||10||6||Y||N||Lost Divisional Rd. 36-31 to West Hampstead (13-3)|
|2023||CFA||11||5||Y||N||Lost Conference Rd. 24-19 to Houston (13-3)|