1940 New York Giants season
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This article is about the football team. For the baseball team of the same name in 1940, see 1940 New York Giants (MLB) season.
|1940 New York Giants season|
|Head coach||Steve Owen|
|Home field||Polo Grounds|
|Division place||3rd NFL Eastern|
|Playoff finish||did not qualify|
The Giants' 131 points-scored is the fewest in NFL history for a team that finished the season with a winning record.
|1||September 15, 1940||at Pittsburgh Steelers||T 10–10|
|2||September 22, 1940||at Washington Redskins||L 21–7|
|3||September 28, 1940||at Philadelphia Eagles||W 20–14|
|4||October 13, 1940||Philadelphia Eagles||W 17–7|
|5||October 20, 1940||Pittsburgh Steelers||W 12–0|
|6||October 27, 1940||Chicago Bears||L 37–21|
|7||November 3, 1940||at Brooklyn Dodgers||W 10–7|
|8||November 10, 1940||Cleveland Rams||L 13–0|
|9||November 17, 1940||Green Bay Packers||W 7–3|
|10||November 24, 1940||Washington Redskins||W 21–7|
|11||December 1, 1940||Brooklyn Dodgers||L 14–6|
|NFL Eastern Division|
|New York Giants||6||4||1||.600||5–2–1||131||133||L1|
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.
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