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Guy Chamberlin

Cumulative stats (All positions)

Years Coached Record Win % Playoff record Playoff win %
6 54-16-7 74.68% 0-0 0.00%

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Biography

Guy Chamberlin was a football coach in the National Football League (NFL) from 1922 until 1927, finishing his career with the Chicago Cardinals as their head coach. Over his six years of coaching his teams compiled a cumulative record of 54-16-7. During his career he was a head coach for six seasons. His first head coaching opportunity came with the Canton Bulldogs. He led the team for two seasons, compiling a record of 21-0-3. During his time leading the Bulldogs the team won the championship in 1922 and 1923. His next head coaching stint came with the Cleveland Bulldogs. He coached the Bulldogs for the 1924 season, leading the team to a 7-1-1 record. In 1924, the Bulldogs won the championship against the Milwaukee Badgers 53-10. His third opportunity as head coach began in 1925 with the Frankford Yellow Jackets. He coached them for two seasons and the team had a 23-8-2 record during his tenure with the team. In 1925, the Jackets won the championship against the Cleveland Bulldogs 13-7. His last opportunity as head coach began in 1927 with the Chicago Cardinals. He coached them for one season and the team had a 3-7-1 during his tenure with the team. Throughout Chamberlin's coaching career his teams led the league in victories three times, most recently in 1925.

Last modified: 5/28/2018

History

Year Position Record Playoff record
1927 Chicago Cardinals Head Coach 3-7-1 0-0
1926 Frankford Yellow Jackets Head Coach 11-1-2 0-0
1925 Frankford Yellow Jackets Head Coach 12-7-0 0-0
1924 Cleveland Bulldogs Head Coach 7-1-1 0-0
1923 Canton Bulldogs Head Coach 11-0-1 0-0
1922 Canton Bulldogs Head Coach 10-0-2 0-0

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Fun Facts

  • Guy Chamberlin is the only multiple-championship coach to have fewer than 100 games coached.
  • Guy Chamberlin is the only multiple-championship coach to have fewer than 100 games coached.