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1933 NFL season

19331933 seasonbeginning in 1933
The Cincinnati Reds were a National Football League team that played the 1933 season and the first eight games of the 1934 season.
Three new teams also joined the league: the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Cincinnati Reds.

St. Louis Gunners

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The team was eventually suspended for failure to pay league dues during the 1934 season and the St. Louis Gunners, an independent team, replaced the Reds on the schedule for the last three games.
The St. Louis Gunners were an independent professional football team based in St. Louis, Missouri, that played the last three games of the 1934 National Football League season, replacing the Cincinnati Reds on the league schedule after the Reds' league membership was suspended.

1934 NFL season

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The Cincinnati Reds were a National Football League team that played the 1933 season and the first eight games of the 1934 season.

Corcoran Stadium

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Other home games were played at Dayton's Triangle Park, Portsmouth's Universal Stadium and Xavier University's Corcoran Stadium in a rare night game against the Chicago Cardinals.
Corcoran Stadium also played host to one NFL game on October 7, 1934 when the Cincinnati Reds (NFL) took on the Chicago Cardinals.

1933 Cincinnati Reds (NFL) season

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The 1933 Cincinnati Reds season was their inaugural season in the National Football League.

Crosley Field

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The football Reds played most of their home games at Crosley Field.

1934 Cincinnati Reds (NFL) season

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The 1934 Cincinnati Reds season was their second and final in the league.

Algy Clark

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Myers Arden Clark (May 7, 1904 – November 15, 1968) was an American football player in the National Football League for the Brooklyn Dodgers, the Cleveland Indians, the Boston Braves, the Cincinnati Reds, the St. Louis Gunners, and the Philadelphia Eagles.

National Football League

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The Cincinnati Reds were a National Football League team that played the 1933 season and the first eight games of the 1934 season.

History of the Chicago Cardinals

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Other home games were played at Dayton's Triangle Park, Portsmouth's Universal Stadium and Xavier University's Corcoran Stadium in a rare night game against the Chicago Cardinals.

Detroit Lions

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In 1933 they scored 38 points in 10 games, tying the 1942 Detroit Lions for second on that list.

Chicago Bears

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By comparison, the 75 points scored by the Reds and Gunners in 21 games over two seasons only exceed the 73 points scored by the Chicago Bears in the 1940 NFL Championship Game by two, and by three the 72 points scored by the Washington Redskins on November 27, 1966, the record for points scored by a team in a Regular Season game.

1940 NFL Championship Game

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By comparison, the 75 points scored by the Reds and Gunners in 21 games over two seasons only exceed the 73 points scored by the Chicago Bears in the 1940 NFL Championship Game by two, and by three the 72 points scored by the Washington Redskins on November 27, 1966, the record for points scored by a team in a Regular Season game.

Washington Redskins

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By comparison, the 75 points scored by the Reds and Gunners in 21 games over two seasons only exceed the 73 points scored by the Chicago Bears in the 1940 NFL Championship Game by two, and by three the 72 points scored by the Washington Redskins on November 27, 1966, the record for points scored by a team in a Regular Season game.

1950 NFL season

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Further, the 1950 Los Angeles Rams averaged 38.83 points per game, the highest such average in NFL history.

Los Angeles Rams

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Further, the 1950 Los Angeles Rams averaged 38.83 points per game, the highest such average in NFL history.

Mike Sebastian

Michael John "Lefty" Sebastian (June 7, 1910 – June 28, 1989) was an American football halfback in the National Football League for the Cincinnati Reds, Boston Redskins, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Pirates, (later renamed the Steelers) and the Cleveland Rams.

Philadelphia Eagles

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The Eagles, along with the Pittsburgh Steelers and the now-defunct Cincinnati Reds, joined the NFL as expansion teams.