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Cincinnati Reds (NFL)

Cincinnati Reds
Founded 1933
Suspended 1934
Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
League National Football League
Division Western Division
Team history Cincinnati Reds (1933–34)
Team colors

Red, White

Head coaches Al Jolley & Mike Palm (1933)
Algy Clark (1934)

The Cincinnati Reds were a National Football League team that played the 1933 season and the first eight games of the 1934 season. The football Reds played most of their home games at Crosley Field. Other home games were played at Dayton's Triangle Park, Portsmouth's Universal Stadium and Xavier University's Corcoran Stadium in a rare night game against the Chicago Cardinals.[1]

The team was eventually suspended for failure to pay league dues during the 1934 season and the St. Louis Gunners, an independent team, replaced the Reds on the schedule for the last three games.

The Reds hold the dubious distinction of having the two lowest officially recognized season scoring totals in NFL history. In 1933 they scored 38 points in 10 games, tying the 1942 Detroit Lions for second on that list. In 1934 the Reds and Gunners combined for only 37 points in 11 games[2] with the Reds, themselves, scoring only 10 points in 8 games before their suspension.[3] The franchise was shut out in twelve of its eighteen games. By comparison, the 75 points scored by the Reds and Gunners in 21 games over two seasons only exceed the 73 points scored by the Chicago Bears in the 1940 NFL Championship Game by two, and by three the 72 points scored by the Washington Redskins on November 27, 1966, the record for points scored by a team in a Regular Season game. Further, the 1950 Los Angeles Rams averaged 38.83 points per game, the highest such average in NFL history.

These records, however, only consider NFL seasons going back to 1932, the first year in which official statistical records were kept.[4] Several teams failed to score at least 10 points in seasons of varying length (up to 8 games in some cases) between 1920 and 1931.


Season Team League Division Regular season References
Finish W L T
Cincinnati Reds
1933 1933 NFL Western 4th 3 6 1 [5]
1934 1934 NFL Western 6th 0 8 0 [5]
Totals W L T
3 14 1 All-time regular season record

External links

  • Cincinnati Football Reds


  1. ^ "Cincinnati Football Reds". Cincy Sports History. Archived from the original on February 23, 2007. Retrieved June 13, 2011. 
  2. ^ NFL Record And Fact Book – Team Records section Page 3
  3. ^ NFL Historical Standings
  4. ^ NFL History by Decade: 1931–1940
  5. ^ a b "Cincinnati Reds Team Encyclopedia".  
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