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1932 Boston Braves (NFL) season

 

1932 Boston Braves (NFL) season

1932 Boston Braves season
Head coach Lud Wray
Home field Braves Field
Results
Record 4–4–2
Division place 4th NFL
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
N/A      1933

The Boston Braves finished their inaugural 1932 season with a record of four wins, four losses, and two ties, and finished in fourth place in the National Football League.

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Game site Record
1 October 2, 1932 Brooklyn Dodgers L 14–0 Braves Field 0–1
2 October 9, 1932 New York Giants W 14–6 Braves Field 1–1
3 October 16, 1932 Chicago Cardinals L 9–0 Braves Field 1–2
4 October 23, 1932 New York Giants T 0–0 Polo Grounds 1–2–1
5 October 30, 1932 Chicago Bears T 7–7 Braves Field 1–2–2
6 November 6, 1932 Staten Island Stapletons W 19–6 Braves Field 2–2–2
7 November 13, 1932 Green Bay Packers L 21–0 Braves Field 2–3–2
8 November 20, 1932 Portsmouth Spartans L 10–0 Universal Stadium 2–4–2
9 November 27, 1932 Chicago Cardinals W 8–6 Comiskey Park 3–4–2
10 December 4, 1932 Brooklyn Dodgers W 7–0 Ebbets Field 4–4–2

Standings

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 2 7 3 .222 93 113 L-1

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