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The 1946 New York Yankees season was their inaugural season in the All-America Football Conference. The team finished 10-3-1,[1] finishing first in the East Division and qualifying for the playoffs. The team, however, lost of the Cleveland Browns in the AAFC Championship.


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1946 New York Yankees (AAFC) season
Head Coach Red Dawson
Home Field
Results
Record 10-3-1
Place 1st AAFC East
Playoff Finish Lost AAFC Championship
Timeline
Previous season Next season
N/A 1947

Season scheduleEdit

Week Date Opponent Result
1 September 8, 1946 at San Francisco 49ers W 21-7
2 September 14, 1946 at Buffalo Bisons W 21-10
3 September 20, 1946 at Chicago Rockets T 17-17
4 September 29, 1946 at Cleveland Browns L 24-7
5 October 4, 1946 Buffalo Bisons W 21-13
6 October 12, 1946 Cleveland Browns L 7-0
7 October 19, 1946 Brooklyn Dodgers W 21-10
8 October 27, 1946 at Los Angeles Dons W 31-17
9 November 3, 1946 Miami Seahawks W 24-21
10 November 10, 1946 Los Angeles Dons W 17-12
11 November 17, 1946 San Francisco 49ers W 10-9
12 November 24, 1946 Chicago Rockets L 38-28
13 November 28, 1946 at Brooklyn Dodgers W 21-7
14 December 9, 1946 at Miami Seahawks W 31-0

PlayoffsEdit

Week Date Opponent Result
Championship December 22, 1946 at Cleveland Browns L 14-9

Division standingsEdit

AAFC East
W L T PCT PF PA STK
New York Yankees 10 3 1 .769 270 192 W-2
Buffalo Bisons 3 10 1 .231 249 370 L-3
Brooklyn Dodgers 3 10 1 .231 226 339 L-6
Miami Seahawks 3 11 0 .214 167 378 W-1

ReferencesEdit

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