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1943 Washington Redskins season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1943 Washington Redskins season
OwnerGeorge Preston Marshall
Head coachDutch Bergman
General managerJack Espey
Home fieldGriffith Stadium
Results
Record6–3–1
Division place1st NFL Eastern
Playoff finishWon Eastern Divisional Playoff (at Giants) 28–0
Lost NFL Championship (at Bears) 21–41

The 1943 Washington Redskins were the defending NFL champions and finished the regular season at 6–3–1. They lost their last three games, including the final two to the New York Giants, and the two teams finished with identical records. Although the Giants had won both games between the teams, the rules of the time called for a tiebreaker playoff game to determine the Eastern division champion. The extra game was held at the Polo Grounds in New York City, which the underdog Redskins won, 28–0.[1]

In a rematch of the previous year's title game, the Redskins met the Chicago Bears in the NFL championship game. This game was played in Chicago at Wrigley Field on December 26, and was won by the host Bears, 41–21.[2]

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Record Venue Attendance Game
recap
1 Bye
2 Bye
3 Bye
4 October 10 Brooklyn Dodgers W 27–0 1–0 Griffith Stadium 35,450 Recap
5 October 17 at Green Bay Packers W' 33–7 2–0 Wisconsin State Fair Park 23,058 Recap
6 October 24 Chicago Cardinals W 13–7 3–0 Griffith Stadium 35,450 Recap
7 October 31 at Brooklyn Dodgers W 48–10 4–0 Ebbets Field 11,471 Recap
8 November 7 at Steagles T 14–14 4–0–1 Shibe Park 28,893 Recap
9 November 14 Detroit Lions W 42–20 5–0–1 Griffith Stadium 35,450 Recap
10 November 21 Chicago Bears W 21–7 6–0–1 Griffith Stadium 35,671 Recap
11 November 28 Steagles L 14–27 6–1–1 Griffith Stadium 35,826 Recap
12 December 5 at New York Giants L 10–14 6–2–1 Polo Grounds 35,826 Recap
13 December 12 New York Giants L 7–31 6–3–1 Griffith Stadium 35,540 Recap

Note: Intra-division opponents are in bold text.

Playoffs

Round Date Opponent Result Venue Attendance Game
recap
Divisional December 19 at New York Giants W 28–0 Polo Grounds 42,800 Recap
Championship December 26 at Chicago Bears L 21–41 Wrigley Field 34,320 Recap

Standings

NFL Eastern Division
W L T PCT DIV PF PA STK
Washington Redskins 6 3 1 .667 2–3–1 229 137 L3
New York Giants 6 3 1 .667 5–1 197 170 W4
Phil-Pitt 5 4 1 .556 3–2–1 225 230 L1
Brooklyn Dodgers 2 8 0 .200 1–5 65 234 L2

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

Video

  • You Tube – Detroit Lions at Washington Redskins – (color, no audio) – November 14, 1943

References

  1. ^ "Baugh's brilliancey nets Redskins triumph". Pittsburgh Press. United Press. December 20, 1943. p. 22.
  2. ^ "Luckman restores Bears to pro grid title". Pittsburgh Press. United Press. December 27, 1943. p. 16.


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