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1950 New York Giants season

This article is about the football team. For the baseball team of the same name in 1950, see 1950 New York Giants (MLB) season.
1950 New York Giants season
Head coach Steve Owen
Home field Polo Grounds
Results
Record 10–2
Division place T-1st NFL American
Playoff finish Lost American Conference playoff 8–3 (Browns)
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1949      1951 >

The 1950 New York Giants season was in total, the 26th season for the club in the National Football League.

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance Stadium
1 September 17, 1950 at Pittsburgh Steelers W 18–7
24,699
Forbes Field
2 Bye
3 October 1, 1950 at Cleveland Browns W 6–0
37,647
Cleveland Stadium
4 October 8, 1950 at Washington Redskins W 21–17
19,288
Griffith Stadium
5 October 15, 1950 Pittsburgh Steelers L 6-17
21,725
Polo Grounds
6 October 22, 1950 Cleveland Browns W 17–13
41,734
Polo Grounds
7 October 29, 1950 at Chicago Cardinals L 3-17
23,964
Comiskey Park
8 November 5, 1950 Washington Redskins W 24–21
23,909
Polo Grounds
9 November 12, 1950 Chicago Cardinals W 51–21
22,380
Polo Grounds
10 November 19, 1950 at Baltimore Colts W 55–20
14,573
Municipal Stadium
11 November 26, 1950 Philadelphia Eagles W 7–3
24,093
Polo Grounds
12 December 3, 1950 New York Yanks W 51–7
41,630
Polo Grounds
13 December 10, 1950 at Philadelphia Eagles W 9–7
26,440
Shibe Park
  • Bold equals notable games during the season.
  • Italics equal upset loss.

Playoffs

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance Stadium
Divisional December 17, 1950 at Cleveland Browns L 3-8
33,054
Cleveland Stadium

Standings

NFL American
W L T PCT PF PA STK
Cleveland Browns 10 2 0 .833 310 144 W-6
New York Giants 10 2 0 .833 268 150 W-6
Pittsburgh Steelers 6 6 0 .500 180 195 W-1
Philadelphia Eagles 6 6 0 .500 254 141 L-4
Chicago Cardinals 5 7 0 .417 233 287 L-1
Washington Redskins 3 9 0 .250 232 326 L-1

See also


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