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1933 Boston Redskins season

1933 Boston Redskins season
Head coach Lone Star Dietz
Owner George Preston Marshall
Home field Fenway Park
Results
Record 5–5–2
Division place 3rd NFL Eastern
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season Next season
1932 1934

The Boston Redskins finished the 1933 season with a record of five wins, five losses, and two ties, and finished in third place in the Eastern Division of the National Football League. This was the first year that the franchise used the name "Redskins".

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result
1 September 17, 1933 at Green Bay Packers T 7–7
2 October 1, 1933 at Chicago Bears L 7–0
3 October 4, 1933 at Pittsburgh Pirates W 21–6
4 October 8, 1933 New York Giants W 21–20
5 October 15, 1933 Portsmouth Spartans L 13–0
6 October 22, 1933 Chicago Cardinals W 10–0
7 October 29, 1933 Pittsburgh Pirates L 16–14
8 November 5, 1933 Chicago Bears W 10–0
9 November 12, 1933 at New York Giants L 7–0
10 November 19, 1933 Green Bay Packers W 20–7
11 November 26, 1933 at Brooklyn Dodgers L 14–0
12 December 3, 1933 at Chicago Cardinals T 0–0

Standings

NFL Eastern Division
W L T PCT DIV PF PA STK
New York Giants 11 3 0 .786 7–1 244 101 W7
Brooklyn Dodgers 5 4 1 .556 2–2–1 93 54 L2
Boston Redskins 5 5 2 .500 2–3 103 97 T1
Philadelphia Eagles 3 5 1 .375 1–2 77 158 L2
Pittsburgh Pirates 3 6 2 .333 1–5–1 67 208 L3

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


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