The visiting Miami Dolphins beat the Philadelphia Eagles, 19-14, to give coach Don Shula his NFL-record 325th victory. Shula's record is 325-153-6 in 31 seasons. The previous record holder, George Halas, was 324-151-31 in 40 years.
George Halas, the owner of the Chicago Bears for more than 60 years and one of the founding fathers of the NFL, dies in his Chicago home after a lengthy illness. He was 88.
George Halas, at 73, retires as Chicago Bears coach with a 324-151-31 record.
In the NFL's most one-sided playoff game, the Chicago Bears, behind quarterback Sid Luckman, trounce the Redskins, 73-0, in Washington for the league championship.
A day after his last college game at Illinois, Red Grange turns pro, signing to play in the NFL with George Halas' Chicago Bears.
The Bears' George Halas returns a Jim Thorpe fumble 98 yards for a touchdown, a record that will stand until 1972, in Chicago's 26-0 victory over the Oorang Indians at Cubs Park.