The 1917 Buffalo All-Stars season was their third season in existence. The team played in the New York Pro Football League and would go on to post a 5-5-2 record. Three of the losses came at the hands of either Ohio League and/or future National Football League teams from outside the state of New York.

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1917 Buffalo All-Stars season
Head Coach Barney Lepper
Home Field Buffalo Baseball Park
Record 5-5-2
Place Unclear
Playoff Finish Disputed
Previous season Next season
1916 1918

The team would be discontinued after the 1917, replaced by the Buffalo Niagaras in 1918 and playing only city opponents due to the strains of World War I and the Spanish flu pandemic.


Game Date Opponent Result
1 September 29, 2010 Rochester Jeffersons W 21-6
2 October 7, 1917 All-Niagara W 30-0
3 October 14, 1917 at Massillon Tigers L 14-6
4 October 21, 1917 at Detroit Heralds L 67-0
5 October 28, 1917 All-Tonawanda All-Stars T 0-0
6 November 4, 1917 Akron Indians L 12-7
7 November 10, 1917 Fort Niagara L 20-0
8 November 11, 1917 Jamestown, New York W 34-12
9 November 25, 1917 at All-Tonawanda All-Stars [1] W 16-0
10 November 29, 1917[2]
Or December 1
Camp Dix 309th Infantry L 2-0
11 December 25, 1917 74th Infantry (Fort Porter) T 0-0
12 December 29, 1917 74th Infantry W 21-0

Game notesEdit

  1. Regional semifinal.
  2. Thanksgiving Classic


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