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1935 Philadelphia Eagles season
Head Coach Lud Wray
Home Field Baker Bowl
Results
Record 2–9
Place 5th NFL Eastern
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Timeline
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1934 1936

The 1935 Philadelphia Eagles season was their third in the league. The team failed to improve on their previous output of 4–7, winning only two games.[1] They failed to qualify for the playoffs for the third consecutive season. A home game against the Redskins scheduled for November 17 was canceled due to snow and rain.

Off SeasonEdit

The Eagles move their training camp to a private school, the Chestnut Hill Academy in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Regular SeasonEdit

ScheduleEdit

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 13 Pittsburgh Pirates L 17–7
N/A
2 September 20 at Detroit Lions L 35–0
12,000
3 October 9 at Pittsburgh Pirates W 17–6
6,271
4 October 13 Chicago Bears L 39–0
N/A
5 October 27 at Brooklyn Dodgers L 17–6
N/A
6 November 3 at Boston Redskins W 7–6
10,000
7 November 5 Brooklyn Dodgers L 3–0
N/A
8 November 10 at Chicago Cardinals L 12–3
6,000
9 November 17 Boston Redskins canceled
 
10 November 24 at New York Giants L 10–0
N/A
11 December 1 New York Giants L 21–14
N/A
12 December 8 Green Bay Packers L 13–6
4,000

StandingsEdit

NFL Eastern
W L T PCT PF PA STK
New York Giants 9 3 0 .750 180 96 W-5
Brooklyn Dodgers 5 6 1 .455 90 141 T-1
Pittsburgh Pirates 4 8 0 .333 100 209 L-3
Boston Redskins 2 8 1 .200 65 123 T-1
Philadelphia Eagles 2 9 0 .182 60 179 L-5

PlayoffsEdit

The Eagles failed to make the playoffs

1935 RosterEdit

(All time List of Philadelphia Eagles players in franchise history)

NO. Player AGE POS GP GS WT HT YRS College
Lud Wray 41 Coach 1935 record
2–9
As Eagles Coach
9–21–1
NFL Lifetime
13–25–3
3rd Pennsylvania
Howard Bailey 23T1 02056–0Rookie Tennessee
Steve Banas 24BB-DB201906–0Rookie Notre Dame
Harry Benson 26 G602185–10Rookie Western Maryland
Bill Brian23 T-C-LB95 2106–2Rookie Gonzaga
Tom Bushby24TB-WB202005–10 1 Kansas State
Glenn Campbell 31 E 1 0 199 5–11 6 Emporia State
Joe Carter 25 E 11 11 201 6–1 2 Austin & SMU
Paul Cuba 27 T 10 8212 6–0 2 Pittsburgh
Dick Frahm 29 WB-T 1 0 195 5–10 3 Nebraska
Tom Graham 26G202106–3Rookie Temple
Homer Hanson 25C-G-LB1 0 217 6–0 1 Kansas State
Tom "Swede" Hanson28 B 11 8 192 6–1 4 Temple
Bud Jorgensen 24 T 11 2 205 6–0 1 St. Mary's (CA)
George Kenneally 33 E 8 2 190 6–0 9 St. Bonaventure
Red Kirkman 30 B 1 1 195 6–1 2 Case Western Reserve and
Washington & Jefferson
Joe Kresky 29 G-T 9 8 215 6–0 3 Wisconsin
Irv Kupcinet 23 QB 2 1 190 6–1 Rookie North Dakota &
Northwestern
Rick Lackman 25 HB 11 0 186 5–11 2 None
Jim Leonard 25 B 11 11 204 6–0 1 Notre Dame
Jim MacMurdo 26 T-G 4 3 209 6–1 3 Pittsburgh
Eggs Manske 23 E 10 9 185 6–0 Rookie Northwestern
Ed Matesic 28 TB-HB 11 11 198 6–1 1 Pittsburgh
Forrest McPherson24 G-C-T 7 3 233 5–11 Rookie Nebraska
Max Padlow 23 E 4 0 199 6–1 Rookie Ohio State
Alabama Pitts 25 HB 3 0 185 5–10 Rookie None
Leo Raskowski 29 T 2 0 219 6–3 3 Ohio State
Hank Reese 26 C-G 11 11 214 5–11 2 Temple
Burle Robison 25 E-C 7 0 197 6–4 Rookie BYU
Bob Rowe 24 HB 4 0 198 6–0 1 Colgate
Mike Sebastian25HB-WB401855–11 RookiePittsburgh
Harry Shaub 24G 102155–7Rookie Cornell
Ed Storm 28 B 11 3 195 6–1 1 Santa Clara
Stumpy Thomason29 B 7 7 189 5–7 5 Georgia Tech
Izzy Weinstock 22 FB-BB 11 2 190 5–11 Rookie Pittsburgh
Clyde Williams 25 T302106–2RookieGeorgia Tech
Diddie Willson 24 G-E-DE 10 10 196 5–10 2 Pennsylvania
Vince Zizak 27 G-T 4 1 208 5–8 1 Villanova
Jim Zyntell 25 G 7 4 200 6–1 2 Holy Cross
38 Players
Team Average
25.3 11 201.6 5–11.8 1.5

ReferencesEdit


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