1919 Rochester Jeffersons season

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1919 Rochester Jeffersons season
Head coach Jack Forsyth
Results
Record 7–2–2
Division place 1st (Rochester circuit)
Playoff finish Lost state title to Buffalo Prospects

The 1919 Rochester Jeffersons season was the final season for the Rochester Jeffersons prior to its acceptance into the American Professional Football Association (now the National Football League). Participating in the loose New York Pro Football League, the Jeffersons resumed full play after playing only two games in 1918, the Jeffersons won the Rochester circuit with a 7–1–1 record, mostly against lower-level upstate teams, only to lose the New York Pro Championship to their regional rivals, the Buffalo Prospects.

Schedule[edit]

Week Date Opponent Result
1 October 5, 1919 Fort Niagara W 20–7
2 October 12, 1919 Flint Athletic Club L 13–6
3 October 25, 1919 All-Syracuse T 6–6
4 November 1 or 2, 1919 Lancaster Malleables W 29–7
5 November 2 or 3, 1919 Fort Ontario (Oswego, NY) W 32–0
6 November 9, 1919 All-South Buffalo W 69–0
7 November 17, 1919 Rochester Senecas W 27–6
8 November 23 or 24, 1919 at Rochester Scalpers[1] W 20–0
9 November 27, 1919[2] Buffalo Prospects[3] T 0–0
10 November 30, 1919 Buffalo Prospects[3] L 0–20

Game notes[edit]

  1. ^ Presumptive regional final.
  2. ^ Thanksgiving Day game
  3. ^ a b New York Pro Championship.

References[edit]

1919 Rochester Jeffersons complete record. Professional Football Researchers Association. Retrieved 2011-01-14.