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1961 St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) season

 

1961 St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) season

1961 St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) season
Head coach Chuck Drulis, Ray Prochaska, Ray Willsey, and Pop Ivy
Home field Sportsman's Park
Results
Record 7-7
Division place 4th NFL Eastern
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
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The 1961 St. Louis Cardinals season was the 42nd season the team was in the league and their second in St. Louis. The team improved on their previous output of 6-5-1, winning seven games.[1] Despite the improvement, they failed to qualify for the playoffs for the 13th consecutive season. During the season, the Cardinals were coached by Pop Ivy, who was replaced after a 5-7 start by the tandem of Chuck Drulis, Ray Prochaska, and Ray Willsey.

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 17, 1961 at New York Giants W 21-10
58,059
2 September 24, 1961 at Cleveland Browns L 20-17
50,443
3 October 1, 1961 at Philadelphia Eagles W 30-27
59,399
4 October 8, 1961 New York Giants L 24-9
23,713
5 October 15, 1961 Philadelphia Eagles L 20-7
20,262
6 October 22, 1961 at Washington Redskins W 24-0
28,037
7 October 29, 1961 Cleveland Browns L 21-10
26,696
8 November 5, 1961 at Dallas Cowboys W 31-17
20,500
9 November 12, 1961 Detroit Lions L 45-14
20,320
10 November 19, 1961 at Baltimore Colts L 16-0
56,112
11 November 26, 1961 at Pittsburgh Steelers L 30-27
17,090
12 December 3, 1961 Washington Redskins W 38-24
16,204
13 December 10, 1961 Dallas Cowboys W 31-13
15,384
14 December 17, 1961 Pittsburgh Steelers W 20-0
16,298

Standings

NFL Eastern
W L T PCT PF PA STK
New York Giants 10 3 1 .769 368 220 T-1
Philadelphia Eagles 10 4 0 .714 361 297 W-1
Cleveland Browns 8 5 1 .615 319 270 T-1
St. Louis Cardinals 7 7 0 .500 279 267 W-3
Pittsburgh Steelers 6 8 0 .429 295 287 L-1
Dallas Cowboys 4 9 1 .308 236 380 L-4
Washington Redskins 1 12 1 .077 174 392 W-1

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