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1935 Boston Redskins season

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1935 Boston Redskins season

1935 Boston Redskins season
Head coach Eddie Casey
Owner George Preston Marshall
Home field Fenway Park
Record 2–8–1
Division place 4th NFL Eastern
Playoff finish did not qualify
Previous season Next season
< 1934 1936 >

The Boston Redskins finished the 1935 season with a record of two wins, eight losses, and one tie, and finished in fourth place in the Eastern Division of the National Football League. They failed to qualify for the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season. A road game against the Philadelphia Eagles scheduled for November 17 was canceled due to snow and rain.


Week Date Opponent Result
1 September 29, 1935 Brooklyn Dodgers W 7–3
2 October 6, 1935 New York Giants L 20–12
3 October 13, 1935 Detroit Lions L 17–7
4 October 20, 1935 at New York Giants L 17–6
5 October 27, 1935 at Pittsburgh Pirates L 6–0
6 October 30, 1935 at Detroit Lions L 14–0
7 November 3, 1935 Philadelphia Eagles L 7–6
8 November 10, 1935 Chicago Bears L 30–14
9 November 17, 1935 at Philadelphia Eagles canceled
10 November 24, 1935 Chicago Cardinals L 6–0
11 December 1, 1935 Pittsburgh Pirates W 13–3
12 December 8, 1935 at Brooklyn Dodgers T 0–0


NFL Eastern Division
New York Giants 9 3 0 .750 8–0 180 96 W5
Brooklyn Dodgers 5 6 1 .455 3–4–1 90 141 T1
Pittsburgh Pirates 4 8 0 .333 3–5 100 209 L3
Boston Redskins 2 8 1 .200 2–4–1 65 123 T1
Philadelphia Eagles 2 9 0 .182 2–5 60 179 L5

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

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