1927 New York Yankees (NFL) Season

1927 New York Yankees (NFL) Season

The 1927 New York Yankees season was their inaugural season in the league. The team finished 7-8-1, and finished sixth in the league.

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1927 New York Yankees (NFL) Season - Standings
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