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1935 Chicago Cardinals season


1935 Chicago Cardinals season

1935 Chicago Cardinals season
Head coach Milan Creighton
Home field
Record 6–4–2
Division place 3rd NFL Western
Playoff finish did not qualify
Previous season      Next season
< 1934      1936 >

The 1935 Chicago Cardinals season was their 16th in the league. The team improved on their previous output of 5–6, winning six games.[1] They failed to qualify for the playoffs for the 10th consecutive season.


Week Date Opponent Result
1 September 15, 1935 at Green Bay Packers W 7–6
2 September 29, 1935 at Detroit Lions T 10–10
3 October 13, 1935 Green Bay Packers W 3–0
4 October 20, 1935 at Pittsburgh Pirates L 17–13
5 October 27, 1935 at New York Giants W 14–13
6 November 3, 1935 Detroit Lions L 7–6
7 November 10, 1935 Philadelphia Eagles W 12–3
8 November 19, 1935 at Brooklyn Dodgers L 14–12
9 November 24, 1935 at Boston Redskins W 6–0
10 November 28, 1935 Green Bay Packers W 9–7
11 December 1, 1935 at Chicago Bears T 7–7
12 December 8, 1935 Chicago Bears L 13–0


NFL Western
Detroit Lions 7 3 2 .700 191 111 W-2
Green Bay Packers 8 4 0 .667 181 96 W-1
Chicago Cardinals 6 4 2 .600 99 97 L-1
Chicago Bears 6 4 2 .600 192 106 W-1


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