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1971 Green Bay Packers season

1971 Green Bay Packers season
Head coach Dan Devine
General manager Dan Devine
Home field Lambeau Field
Milwaukee County Stadium
Results
Record 4-8-2
Division place 4th NFC Central
Playoff finish Did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1970      1972 >

The 1971 Green Bay Packers season was their 51st season in the National Football League. The club posted a 4-8-2 record under first-year coach Dan Devine, earning them a fourth-place finish in the NFC Central division.

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Results Game site Attendance
Final score Team record
1 September 19 New York Giants L 40–42 0–1 Lambeau Field
56,263
2 September 26 Denver Broncos W 34–13 1–1 Milwaukee County Stadium
47,957
3 October 3 Cincinnati Bengals W 20–17 2–1 Lambeau Field
56,263
4 October 10 at Detroit Lions L 28–31 2–2 Tiger Stadium
54,418
5 October 17 Minnesota Vikings L 13–24 2–3 Lambeau Field
56,263
6 October 24 at Los Angeles Rams L 13–30 2–4 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
75,531
7 November 1 Detroit Lions T 14–14 2–4–1 Milwaukee County Stadium
47,961
8 November 7 at Chicago Bears W 17–14 3–4–1 Soldier Field
55,049
9 November 14 at Minnesota Vikings L 0–3 3–5–1 Metropolitan Stadium
49,784
10 November 22 at Atlanta Falcons L 21–28 3–6–1 Atlanta Stadium
58,850
11 November 28 New Orleans Saints L 21–29 3–7–1 Milwaukee County Stadium
48,035
12 December 5 at St. Louis Cardinals T 16–16 3–7–2 Busch Stadium
50,443
13 December 12 Chicago Bears W 31–10 4–7–2 Lambeau Field
56,263
14 December 19 at Miami Dolphins L 6–27 4–8–2 Orange Bowl
76,812

Game summaries

Week 8

1 234Total
• Packers 0 1403 17
Bears 0 0014 14

[1]


Week 13

1 234Total
Bears 7 030 10
• Packers 7 01410 31

[2]


Standings

NFC Central
W L T PCT PF PA STK
Minnesota Vikings 11 3 0 .786 245 139 W-2
Detroit Lions 7 6 1 .538 341 286 L-3
Chicago Bears 6 8 0 .429 185 276 L-5
Green Bay Packers 4 8 2 .333 274 298 L-1

References

  • Sportsencyclopedia.com


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