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1946 Miami Seahawks season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1946 Miami Seahawks season
Head coachJack Meagher
Home fieldBurdine Stadium
Results
Record3-11
Division place4th AAFC Eastern
Playoff finishDid not qualify

The 1946 Miami Seahawks season was the inaugural (and only) one for the franchise and the first for the All-America Football Conference. Head coach Jack Meagher led the team to a 3–11 finish, fourth out of four teams in the Eastern Division.

The team's statistical leaders included Marion Pugh with 608 passing yards, Jimmy Nelson with 163 rushing yards, Lamar Davis with 275 receiving yards, and Dick Erdlitz with 34 points scored (22 extra points, two field goals, and one touchdown).[1]

Rookie guard Buddy Jungmichel was selected by both the United Press and the AAFC as a second-team guard on the 1946 All-AAFC football team.[2][3]

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Record Venue Recap
1 September 6 at Cleveland Browns L 0–44 0–1 Cleveland Municipal Stadium Recap
2 September 15 at San Francisco 49ers L 14–21 0–2 Kezar Stadium Recap
3 September 20 at Los Angeles Dons L 14–30 0–3 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Recap
4 Bye
5 October 8 San Francisco 49ers L 7–34 0–4 Miami Orange Bowl Recap
6 October 11 at Buffalo Bisons W 17–14 1–4 Civic Stadium Recap
7 October 18 at Chicago Rockets L 7–28 1–5 Soldier Field Recap
8 October 25 at Brooklyn Dodgers L 7–30 1–6 Ebbets Field Recap
9 November 3 at New York Yankees L 21–24 1–7 Yankee Stadium Recap
10 November 11 Chicago Rockets L 7–20 1–8 Miami Orange Bowl Recap
11 November 18 Buffalo Bisons W 21–14 2–8 Miami Orange Bowl Recap
12 November 25 Los Angeles Dons L 21–34 2–9 Miami Orange Bowl Recap
13 December 3 Cleveland Browns L 0–34 2–10 Miami Orange Bowl Recap
14 December 9 New York Yankees L 0–31 2–11 Miami Orange Bowl Recap
15 December 13 Brooklyn Dodgers W 31–20 3–11 Miami Orange Bowl Recap
Source:[4]

Standings

Eastern Division
Team W L T PCT PF PA 1946 
New York Yankees 10 3 1 .791 N/A N/A Details
Brooklyn Dodgers 3 10 1 .244 N/A N/A Details
Buffalo Bisons 3 10 1 .244 N/A N/A Details
Miami Seahawks 3 11 0 .229 N/A N/A Details
W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, PCT= Winning Percentage, PF= Points For, PA = Points Against

[5]

Roster

Players shown in bold started at least one game at the position listed as confirmed by contemporary game coverage.

Miami Seahawks 1946 roster
Quarterbacks

Fullbacks

Halfbacks

Ends

Tackles

Guards

Centers

References

  1. ^ "1946 Miami Seahawks Statistics & Players". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved March 2, 2020.
  2. ^ "Jungmichael Named On All-AAFC Second". The Miami News. December 16, 1946. p. 4B – via Newspapers.com.
  3. ^ "All-Star Pro Eleven Named". Baltimore Sun. January 5, 1947. p. Sports 2 – via Newspapers.com.
  4. ^ 1946 Miami Seahawks season at Pro-Football-Reference.com Archived June 28, 2013, at WebCite
  5. ^ 1946 Miami Seahawks season at databaseFootball.com Archived May 14, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
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