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1932 Green Bay Packers season

1932 Green Bay Packers season
Head coach Curly Lambeau
Home field City Stadium
Results
Record 10-3-1
Division place 2nd NFL
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
1931      1933

The 1932 Green Bay Packers season was their 12th in the National Football League. The club posted a 10-3-1 record under coach Curly Lambeau, earning them a 2nd-place finish despite winning three more games than the champion Chicago Bears. With only one loss, the Bears' winning percentage was calculated by the league at .875, as ties were discarded, compared to the Packers' .769. In 1933, the NFL began an annual NFL Championship Game to decide the league's crown.

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result
1 September 18, 1932 Chicago Cardinals W 15-7
2 September 25, 1932 Chicago Bears T 0-0
3 October 2, 1932 New York Giants W 13-0
4 October 9, 1932 Portsmouth Spartans W 15-10
5 October 16, 1932 at Chicago Bears W 2-0
6 October 23, 1932 Brooklyn Dodgers W 13-0
7 October 30, 1932 Staten Island Stapletons W 26-0
8 November 6, 1932 at Chicago Cardinals W 19-9
9 November 13, 1932 Boston Braves W 21-0
10 November 20, 1932 at New York Giants L 6-0
11 November 24, 1932 at Brooklyn Dodgers W 7-0
12 November 27, 1932 at Staten Island Stapletons W 21-3
13 December 4, 1932 at Portsmouth Spartans L 19-0
14 December 11, 1932 at Chicago Bears L 9-0

Standings

Includes the result of the 1932 NFL Playoff Game

W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, PCT= Winning Percentage

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

NFL
W L T PCT PF PA STK
Chicago Bears 7 1 6 .875 160 44 W-3
Green Bay Packers 10 3 1 .769 152 63 L-2
Portsmouth Spartans 6 2 4 .750 116 71 L-1
Boston Braves 4 4 2 .500 55 79 W-2
New York Giants 4 6 2 .400 93 113 L-1
Brooklyn Dodgers 3 9 0 .250 63 131 L-4
Chicago Cardinals 2 6 2 .250 72 114 L-5
Staten Island Stapletons 4 6 2 .400 93 113 L-1

References

  • Sportsencyclopedia.com

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