1944 Washington Redskins season
|1944 Washington Redskins season|
|Head coach||Dudley DeGroot|
|Owner||George Preston Marshall|
|Home field||Griffith Stadium|
|Division place||3rd NFL Eastern|
|Playoff finish||did not qualify|
The 1944 Washington Redskins season was the franchise's 13th season in the National Football League (NFL) and their 7th in Washington, D.C.. The team matched on their 6–3–1 record from 1943, when they made it to the Championship game but missed the playoffs.
|1||October 8, 1944||at Philadelphia Eagles||T 31–31|
|2||October 15, 1944||at Boston Yanks||W 21–14|
|3||October 22, 1944||Brooklyn Tigers||W 17–14|
|4||October 29, 1944||Card-Pitt||W 42-20|
|5||November 5, 1944||Cleveland Rams||W 14–10|
|6||November 12, 1944||at Brooklyn Tigers||W 10–0|
|7||November 19, 1944||Philadelphia Eagles||L 37–7|
|8||November 26, 1944||Boston Yanks||W 14–7|
|9||December 3, 1944||at New York Giants||L 16–13|
|10||December 10, 1944||New York Giants||L 31–0|
|NFL Eastern Division|
|New York Giants||8||1||1||.889||6–1–1||206||75||W4|
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.
- Video: Army Needs Must Be Met NAM Is Told ,1944/12/11 (1944). Universal Newsreel. 1944. Retrieved February 20, 2012.
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