The 1919 Buffalo Prospects season was their fifth season in existence. The team, which was previously known as the Buffalo All-Stars (1915-1917) and the Buffalo Niagaras (1918), played in the New York Pro Football League and would go on to post a 9-1-1 record. The next year, the team would move into the American Professional Football Association (later renamed the National Football League).

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1919 Buffalo Prospects season
Head Coach Barney Lepper
Home Field Buffalo Baseball Park
Record 9-1-1
Place 1st, Buffalo
Playoff Finish NYPFL champions
Previous season Next season
1918 1920


Game Date Opponent Result
1 September 28, 1919 West Buffalo L 7-0
2 October 5, 1919 Niagaras W 23-2
3 October 12, 1919 Tonawanda Grive-Eldridge W 40-0
4 October 26, 1919 Rochester Scalpers Cancelled
5 October 26, 1919 West Buffalo W 19-0
6 November 2, 1919 LeRoy W 74-0
7 November 9, 1919 All-Syracuse W 23-0[1]
8 November 16, 1919 Watertown Red & Black Cancelled[2]
9 November 16, 1919 Cleveland Panthers W 25-0
10 November 23, 1919 All-Tonawanda Lumberjacks W 12-7[3]
11 November 27, 1919 Rochester Jeffersons[4] T 0-0
12 November 30, 1919 Rochester Jeffersons W 20-0[5]

Game notesEdit

  1. Regional quarterfinal.
  2. Under the playoff structure, Buffalo would have played Watertown that week instead of Syracuse the previous week.
  3. Regional semifinal.
  4. Thanksgiving Classic
  5. League championship.


1919 in pro footballv · d · e
Ohio League New York League
Akron Buffalo
Canton Rochester

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