1946 Miami Seahawks season

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1946 Miami Seahawks season
Head coach Jack Meagher
Home field Burdine Stadium
Results
Record 3–11
Division place 4th AAFC Eastern
Playoff finish did not qualify

The 1946 Miami Seahawks season was the inaugural one for the franchise and for the All-America Football Conference. Head coach Jack Meagher led the team to a 3–11 finish, four out of four teams in the Eastern Division.

Regular season[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Week Date Opponent Result Record
1 September 6, 1946 at Cleveland Browns L 0–44 0–1
2 September 15, 1946 at San Francisco 49ers L 14–21 0–2
3 September 20, 1946 at Los Angeles Dons L 14–30 0–3
4 Bye
5 October 8, 1946 San Francisco 49ers L 7–34 0–4
6 October 11, 1946 at Buffalo Bisons W 17–14 1–4
7 October 18, 1946 at Chicago Rockets L 7–28 1–5
8 October 25, 1946 at Brooklyn Dodgers L 7–30 1–6
9 November 3, 1946 at New York Yankees L 21–24 1–7
10 November 11, 1946 Chicago Rockets L 7–20 1–8
11 November 18, 1946 Buffalo Bisons W 21–14 2–8
12 November 25, 1946 Los Angeles Dons L 21–34 2–9
13 December 3, 1946 Cleveland Browns L 0–34 2–10
14 December 9, 1946 New York Yankees L 0–31 2–11
15 December 13, 1946 Brooklyn Dodgers W 31–20 3–11

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Standings[edit]

Eastern Division
Team W L T PCT PF PA 1946 
New York Yankees 10 3 1 .791 N/A N/A Details
Brooklyn Dodgers 3 10 1 .244 N/A N/A Details
Buffalo Bisons 3 10 1 .244 N/A N/A Details
Miami Seahawks 3 11 0 .229 N/A N/A Details

W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, PCT= Winning Percentage, PF= Points For, PA = Points Against

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