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Roy Andrews

Cumulative stats (All positions)

Years Coached Record Win % Playoff record Playoff win %
8 56-30-4 64.44% 0-0 0.00%

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Biography

Roy Andrews was a football coach in the National Football League (NFL) from 1924 until 1931, finishing his career with the Chicago Cardinals as their head coach/interim coach. Over his eight years of coaching his teams compiled a cumulative record of 56-30-4. During his career he was a head coach for eight seasons. His first head coaching opportunity came with the Kansas City Blues. He led the team for three seasons, compiling a record of 12-15-1. His next head coaching stint came with the Cleveland Bulldogs. He coached the Bulldogs from 1927 to 1928, leading the team to a 14-6-2 record during his two seasons as head coach. His third opportunity as head coach began in 1929 with the New York Giants. He coached them for two seasons and the team had a 25-5-1 record during his tenure with the team. In 1929, the Giants won the championship against the Chicago Bears 14-9. His last opportunity as head coach began in 1931 with the Chicago Cardinals. He coached them for one season and the team had a 5-4-0 during his tenure with the team. Throughout Andrews' coaching career his teams led the league in victories during the 1930 season.

Last modified: 5/28/2018

History

Year Position Record Playoff record
1931 Chicago Cardinals Interim Coach / Head Coach 5-4-0 0-0
1930 New York Giants Head Coach 13-4-0 0-0
1929 New York Giants Head Coach 12-1-1 0-0
1928 Detroit Wolverines Head Coach 7-2-1 0-0
1927 Cleveland Bulldogs Head Coach 7-4-1 0-0
1926 Kansas City Cowboys Head Coach 8-3-0 0-0
1925 Kansas City Cowboys Head Coach 2-5-1 0-0
1924 Kansas City Blues Head Coach 2-7-0 0-0

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