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1933 Chicago Cardinals season

1933 Chicago Cardinals season
Head coach Paul Schissler
Home field
Record 1–9–1
Division place 5th NFL Western
Playoff finish did not qualify
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< 1932      1934 >

The 1933 Chicago Cardinals season was their 14th in the league. The team failed to improve on their previous output of 2–6–2, winning only one game.[1] They failed to qualify for the playoffs for the second consecutive season.


Week Date Opponent Result
1 September 27, 1933 at Pittsburgh Pirates L 14–13
2 October 1, 1933 at Portsmouth Spartans L 7–6
3 October 8, 1933 at Cincinnati Reds W 3–0
4 October 15, 1933 at Chicago Bears L 12–9
5 October 22, 1933 at Boston Redskins L 10–0
6 October 29, 1933 at Brooklyn Dodgers L 7–0
7 November 5, 1933 Green Bay Packers L 14–6
8 November 12, 1933 Cincinnati Reds L 12–9
9 November 19, 1933 Brooklyn Dodgers L 3–0
10 November 30, 1933 Chicago Bears L 22–6
11 December 3, 1933 Boston Redskins T 0–0


NFL Western
Chicago Bears 10 2 1 .833 133 82 W-4
Portsmouth Spartans 6 5 0 .545 128 87 L-3
Green Bay Packers 5 7 1 .417 170 107 L-1
Cincinnati Reds 3 6 1 .333 38 110 W-1
Chicago Cardinals 1 9 1 .100 52 101 T-1


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