Karr is Giant killer in first NFL title game
Dec. 17, 1933
For the first time, the NFL schedules a championship game before the season. In today's title game at Wrigley Field, the New York Giants take a 21-16 lead on the first play of the fourth quarter on an eight-yard touchdown pass from Harry Newman to Ken Strong. It is the second touchdown pass of the game for Newman, who completes 12-of-17 passes for 201 yards.
But the defending champion Chicago Bears aren't through. In the closing minutes, with the ball on ...
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