All-America Football Conference Games Statistical Summary Sheets
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of game statistical summary sheets from the All-American Football Conference from 1946 to 1949. Each sheet records individual statistics for players from both teams, including rushing (times carried, yards gain, yards loss, net gain), passing (number of attempts, number of completions, interceptions, net gain, scoring passes), receiving (number caught, yards gained), interception returns (number, yards gained), punting (times kicked, yards kicked), punt returns (number returns, yards return), kickoff returns (number returns, yards return), scoring (touchdowns, PAT attempt, PAT made, field goals, points), and miscellaneous yardage.
The sheets also record total team statistics in all of the individual statistical categories. Additionally, the sheets contain other team stats, including first downs (rush, pass, penalty, total), penalties against (number, yards), own fumbles (number, lost), and time outs used.
The sheets also record game information, including principal plays, score by quarters, official attendance, weather, time of game, date of game, location of game, and the name of the official who authenticated the sheets.
Formats include official statistics reports and press releases.
- Creation: 1946 - 1949
- All-America Football Conference (Organization)
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Biographical / Historical
Founded in the mid-1940s as rival to the established National Football League (NFL), the All-America Football Conference (AAFC) played four seasons of professional football from 1946 through 1949. The league played its first games in 1946 with eight franchises: Buffalo Bisons, Brooklyn Dodgers, Miami Seahawks, New York Yankees, Chicago Rockets, Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Dons, and San Francisco 49ers. In 1947, the Baltimore Colts replaced the Miami Seahawks, and the Buffalo franchise was renamed the Bills. In 1949, the league featured only seven teams after the Brooklyn and New York franchises merged. In December 1949, the AAFC and NFL merged with the Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers, and Baltimore Colts joining the NFL. The other AAFC franchises disbanded. The Cleveland Browns won the AAFC championship in all four years of competition.
2 Cubic Feet (4 document boxes (legal size))
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