1927 Buffalo Bisons (NFL) season
|1927 Buffalo Bisons season|
|Head coach||Dim Batterson|
|Division place||12th NFL|
The 1927 Buffalo Bisons season was their eighth in the league. The team failed to improve on their previous output of 4–4–2, losing five games and winning none. They finished twelfth (last) in the league.
The "Buffalo/Texas Rangers" experiment from the previous season was discontinued (the city's cold weather was the primary reason), and previous head coach Jim Kendrick left the team for the New York Giants. Reverting to the Bisons name, a man with the name Dim Batterson was named as head coach.
The team failed to score a single point in all but one game, resulting in a 1.6 point per game average, a near-record low offensive output. The Bisons suspended operations five games into the season and would not return until 1929.
|1||September 25, 1927||at Pottsville Maroons||L 22–0|
|2||October 2, 1927||at Providence Steam Roller||L 5–0|
|3||October 12, 1927||New York Yankees||L 19–8|
|4||October 15, 1927||at Frankford Yellow Jackets||L 54–0|
|5||October 16, 1927||Frankford Yellow Jackets||L 23–0|
|New York Giants||11||1||1||.917||197||20||W9|
|Green Bay Packers||7||2||1||.778||113||43||W1|
|Providence Steam Roller||8||5||1||.615||105||88||W3|
|New York Yankees||7||8||1||.467||142||174||L4|
|Frankford Yellow Jackets||6||9||3||.400||152||166||L1|
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.