Oct. 11, 2017
Best Pro Football Team Part 2 : 1936 Championships and 1936 Season
In Article 1, the 1920 Chicago Tigers shocked everyone by winning the Lima Championship 11-10 over 1924 Frankford Yellow Jackets after fading the entire Charlie Group. Now they had to play the 1920 Rock Island Independents for the Kilo-Lima Championship. There was real world information for this game when on 10-31-1920 the Independents won 20-7 so this was factored into the formula. With this information, Rock Island won 23-7. They then played the 1929 Green Bay Packers for the India-Lima Championship. There was also real world information for this game when on 10-30-1921 the Independents won 13-3. In this scenario, the Independents won 18-7 and old school was still reigning over the "newcomers".
The 1936 Season started with the 1930 Green Bay Packers and the 1927 Chicago Bears from the random draw. There was real world information for this game when on 9-28-1930, the Packers won 7-0, so this was factored into the formula. In this scenario, the Bears overcame the deficit and won 12-6 in the double elimination tournament.
Game 6 was between the 1928 Frankford Yellow Jackets and the upstart 1920 Chicago Tigers. There was no information for this game. The Yellow Jackets won 14-7 and suddenly, the mystique of the Tigers was fading. Game 12 featured the 1921 Green Bay Packers and the 1935 Green Bay Packers. There was real world information for this game when on 12-4-1932, the Lions won 19-0. With this information, in this scenario, the Lions won 20-6.
Game 18 was betweenthe 1936 Green Bay Packers and the 1924 Frankford Yellow Jackets. All the real world games between these two teams had all been used, so only offensive and defensive parameters were used. The Packers won 23-16. The 1936 Season ended and there were still five teams remainging, so the 1937 Champion Washington Redskins were added to the mix and the remainging five teams were allowed an extra loss. These five teams were : 1921 Green Bay Packers(1-1), 1935 Detroit Lions(2-1), the 1921 Akron Pros(3-1), the 1936 Green Bay Packers(4-0), and the 1930 Green Bay Packers(3-1). It appeared that the Packers were closing in on a championship, but the Lions, Pros, and Redskins were poised to fight the Pack.