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1949 New York Bulldogs season

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1949 New York Bulldogs season

1949 New York Bulldogs season
Head coach Charley Ewart
Home field Polo Grounds
Record 1-10-1
Division place 5th NFL Eastern
Playoff finish did not qualify
Previous season      Next season
N/A      1950

The 1949 New York Bulldogs season was their inaugural season and last as the Bulldogs (subsequently becoming the New York Yanks). They finished 1-10-1,[1] failing to qualify for the playoffs.

NFL Draft

Round Pick Player Position School
1 3 Doak Walker Halfback Southern Methodist


Week Date Opponent Result
1 September 22, 1949 Philadelphia Eagles L 7-0
2 September 30, 1949 New York Giants L 38-14
3 October 7, 1949 Green Bay Packers L 19-0
4 October 16, 1949 at Washington Redskins L 38-14
5 October 23, 1949 at Pittsburgh Steelers L 24-13
6 October 30, 1949 Washington Redskins T 14-14
7 November 6, 1949 at New York Giants W 31-24
8 November 13, 1949 Chicago Cardinals L 65-20
9 November 20, 1949 at Philadelphia Eagles L 42-0
10 November 27, 1949 at Los Angeles Rams L 42-20
11 December 4, 1949 at Detroit Lions L 28-27
12 December 11, 1949 Pittsburgh Steelers L 27-0


NFL Eastern
Philadelphia Eagles 11 1 0 .917 364 134 W-8
Pittsburgh Steelers 6 5 1 .545 224 214 W-1
New York Giants 6 6 0 .500 287 298 L-2
Washington Redskins 4 7 1 .364 268 339 L-1
New York Bulldogs 1 10 1 .091 153 368 L-5


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