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1981 St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) season

 

1981 St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) season

1981 St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) season
Head coach Jim Hanifan
Owner Bill Bidwill
Home field Busch Memorial Stadium
Results
Record 7-9
Division place 5th NFC East
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1980      1982 >

The 1981 St. Louis Cardinals season was the 62nd season the team was in the league. The team improved on their previous output of 5-11, winning seven games.[1] Despite the improvement the team failed - for the sixth consecutive season - to reach the playoffs, .

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 6, 1981 Miami Dolphins L 20-7
50,351
2 September 13, 1981 at Dallas Cowboys L 30-17
63,602
3 September 20, 1981 Washington Redskins W 40-30
47,592
4 September 27, 1981 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers L 20-10
65,850
5 October 4, 1981 Dallas Cowboys W 20-17
49,477
6 October 11, 1981 at New York Giants L 34-14
67,128
7 October 18, 1981 at Atlanta Falcons L 41-20
51,458
8 October 25, 1981 Minnesota Vikings W 30-17
48,039
9 November 1, 1981 at Washington Redskins L 42-21
50,643
10 November 8, 1981 Philadelphia Eagles L 52-10
48,421
11 November 15, 1981 Buffalo Bills W 24-0
46,214
12 November 22, 1981 at Baltimore Colts W 35-24
24,784
13 November 29, 1981 at New England Patriots W 27-20
39,946
14 December 6, 1981 New Orleans Saints W 30-3
46,923
15 December 13, 1981 New York Giants L 20-10
47,358
16 December 20, 1981 at Philadelphia Eagles L 38-0
56,656

Standings

References

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