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1930 Chicago Bears season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1930 Chicago Bears season
Head coachRalph Jones
Home fieldWrigley Field
Results
Record9–4–1
League place3rd NFL

The 1930 season was the Chicago Bears' 11th in the National Football League. The team was able to improve on their 4–9–2 record from 1929 and finished with a 9–4–1 record under first-year head coach Ralph Jones. Jones, a former player, led the team to recover from its ninth-place finish to a respectable third-place finish. The season started badly with a 1–2–1 record over the first four games, the only win coming against the hapless Minneapolis Redjackets. After splitting games five and six, the Bears got their winning ways back, finishing the season with 5 straight wins and 7 wins in their last 8 games. The only loss those last 8 games was to eventual champion Green Bay. The secret to the Bears' success was new talent in the backfield. All-American and rookie Bronko Nagurski starred at fullback while living legend Red Grange starred at tailback. These two future Hall of Famers combined for 13 touchdowns overall. Luke Johnsos, in his second year, also starred at the end. The makings of future championships were in place.[1]

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Contents

Future Hall of Fame players

Other leading players

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Players departed from 1929

[2]

Schedule

Date Opponent Location Result Score Record
September 21 Brooklyn Dodgers Mills Stadium Tie 0–0 0–0–1
September 28 at Green Bay Packers Green Bay City Stadium Loss 7–0 0–1–1
October 5 at Minneapolis Red Jackets Nicollet Park Win 20–0 1–1–1
October 12 New York Giants Wrigley Field Loss 12–0 1–2–1
October 19 at Chicago Cardinals Comiskey Park Win 32–6 2–2–1
October 22 at Portsmouth Spartans Portsmouth Universal Stadium Loss 7–6 2–3–1
October 26 Frankford Yellow Jackets Wrigley Field Win 13–7 3–3–1
November 2 Minneapolis Red Jackets Wrigley Field Win 20–7 4–3–1
November 9 Green Bay Packers Wrigley Field Loss 13–12 4–4–1
November 16 at New York Giants Polo Grounds Win 12–0 5–4–1
November 22 at Frankford Yellow Jackets Frankford Stadium Win 13–6 6–4–1
November 27 Chicago Cardinals Wrigley Field Win 6–0 7–4–1
November 30 Portsmouth Spartans Wrigley Field Win 14–6 8–4–1
December 7 Green Bay Packers Wrigley Field Win 21–0 9–4–1

Standings

NFL standings
W L T PCT PF PA STK
Green Bay Packers 10 3 1 .769 234 111 T1
New York Giants 13 4 0 .765 308 98 L1
Chicago Bears 9 4 1 .692 169 71 W5
Brooklyn Dodgers 7 4 1 .636 154 59 L1
Providence Steam Roller 6 4 1 .600 90 125 L1
Staten Island Stapletons 5 5 2 .500 95 112 L1
Chicago Cardinals 5 6 2 .455 128 132 L1
Portsmouth Spartans 5 6 3 .455 176 161 T1
Frankford Yellow Jackets 4 13 1 .235 113 321 T1
Minneapolis Red Jackets 1 7 1 .125 27 165 L6
Newark Tornadoes 1 10 1 .091 51 190 L6

Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.

References

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