1948 NFL season

1948 NFL Season

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The 1948 NFL season was the 29th regular season of the National Football League. During the season, Halfback Fred Gehrke painted horns on the Los Angeles Rams' helmets, making the first modern helmet emblem in pro football. The season ended when the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Chicago Cardinals in the NFL Championship Game.

Major rule changes

  • Plastic helmets are prohibited. This rule was enacted because critics argued that they were being used more as a weapon than protection.
  • A flexible artificial tee is permitted at the kickoff.
  • When the intended passer is tackled behind the line of scrimmage, the game clock will stop temporarily until any receivers who have gone down field have had a reasonable time to return.
  • When the offense is called for delay of game, the defense may decline the 5-yard distance penalty.
  • If a foul occurs behind the line during a backwards pass or fumble, the penalty is enforced from the spot of the pass or fumble.
  • It is illegal to bat or punch the ball while it is in a player's possession.
  • All officials are equipped with whistles, not horns.


Division Races

In the Eastern race, the Eagles beat Washington 45–0 in Week Five to take a 1/2 game lead. When the 6–1–1 Eagles met the 6–2 Skins again in Week Ten, Washington lost a must-win game, 42–21.

The other race was all Chicago, as the Cardinals and Bears both had records of 10–1 going into the final week. A record crowd of 51,283...
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