1932 Green Bay Packers season
|1932 Green Bay Packers season|
|Head coach||Curly Lambeau|
|Home field||City Stadium|
|League place||2nd NFL|
|Playoff finish||none scheduled|
The 1932 Green Bay Packers season was their 14th season overall and their 12th in the National Football League. The club posted a 10–3–1 record under coach Curly Lambeau, earning them a 2nd-place finish despite winning three more games than the champion Chicago Bears. With only one loss, the Bears' winning percentage was calculated by the league at .875, as ties were discarded, compared to the Packers' .769.
The Bears and Portsmouth Spartans were tied for first at the end of the season and played an extra game; the winner was the league champion and the loser finished in third in the standings. The game was played indoors on a shortened field and the Bears won, 9–0.
|1||September 18||Chicago Cardinals||W 15–7||1–0–0|
|2||September 25||Chicago Bears||T 0–0||1–0–1|
|3||October 2||New York Giants||W 13–0||2–0–1|
|4||October 9||Portsmouth Spartans||W 15–10||3–0–1|
|5||October 16||at Chicago Bears||W 2–0||4–0–1|
|6||October 23||Brooklyn Dodgers||W 13–0||5–0–1|
|7||October 30||Staten Island Stapletons||W 26–0||6–0–1|
|8||November 6||at Chicago Cardinals||W 19–9||7–0–1|
|9||November 13||at Boston Braves||W 21–0||8–0–1|
|10||November 20||at New York Giants||L 6–0||8–1–1|
|11||November 24||at Brooklyn Dodgers||W 7–0||9–1–1|
|12||November 27||at Staten Island Stapletons||W 21–3||10–1–1|
|13||December 4||at Portsmouth Spartans||L 19–0||10–2–1|
|14||December 11||at Chicago Bears||L 9–0||10–3–1|
|Chicago Bears 1||7||1||6||.875||160||44||W3|
|Green Bay Packers||10||3||1||.769||152||63||L2|
|Portsmouth Spartans 1||6||2||4||.750||116||71||L1|
|New York Giants||4||6||2||.400||93||113||L1|
|Staten Island Stapletons||2||7||3||.222||93||113||L1|
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.
1 The Bears and Spartans records include the result of the 1932 NFL Playoff Game. Thus, the Spartans are ranked third with a lower winning percentage than the Packers.