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1936 NFL Championship Game

1936 NFL Championship Game
1 2 3 4 Total
Green Bay Packers 7 0 7 7 21
Boston Redskins 0 6 0 0 6
Date December 13, 1936
Stadium Polo Grounds
City New York City
Attendance
Timeline
Previous game Next game
1935 1937

The 1936 NFL Championship Game was the 4th championship game played in the history of the Boston's Fenway Park to New York, as he had previously announced plans to move his team to Washington, D. C. the following year. This was the first championship game for both the Redskins and the Western Division champion Green Bay Packers. The game was the first NFL title contest won by the Packers under coach Curly Lambeau, after winning league championships awarded by league standing in 1929, 1930 and 1931.[1]

Quarters

  • First Quarter
  • Second Quarter
    • BOS – Rentner 2 yard run (kick failed) 7–6 GB
  • Third Quarter
    • GB – Gantenbein 8 yard pass from Herber (Smith kick) 14–6 GB
  • Fourth Quarter

References

  1. ^ Howard Roberts (1953). "Redskins On The Warpath". The Story of Pro Football. Rand McNally & Company. pp. 208–209. LCN 53-9336. 
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