The shortest game in NFL history lasted 40 minutes 40 seconds. It took place in 1996 with the Kansas City Chiefs beating the Chicago Bears 14-10. The game was called because of lightning and thunder with 4:20 left on the clock in the third quarter.
Jack Shapiro at 5 ft 1/2 inch is the shortest white player ( and shortest player) in NFL history
4 minutes 27 seconds
Kansas city cheifs, November, 2011
The shortest football game was played by the Chicago Bears and Kansas City Chiefs. There was too much thunder and lightning. The game lasted 40 minutes and 40 seconds.
Back in 1929, Jack "Soapy" Shapiro played fullback for the Staten Island Stapletons. He was listed at 5-2, 126 pounds and is believed to have been the shortest player in NFL history. Of course, the way program heights and weights are supersized, he might have been 4-11.
The worst loss in NFL history was in the 1940 NFL Championship game. In this game, the Chicago Bears defeated the Washington Redskins 73-0.
Darren Sproles is the shortest runback in the NFL.
The first game in NFL history was played on october 3, 1920. the game was played by the Columbus Panhandles and the Dayton Triangles. Dayton won the game with a score of 14-0.
Darren Sproles #43 for the San Diego Chargers
cleveland vs minnesota
white sox 1917
The highest scoring game in NFL history combined was on November 27, 1966 when the Washington Redskins defeated the New York Giants 72-41 for a total of 113. The highest scoring game in NFL history for one team would be 73, when the Chicago Bears defeated the Washington Redskins 73-0 on December 8, 1940 in the NFL Championship Game.
The 2008-09 Detroit Lions were the first team in NFL history to lose every game since the NFL went from a 14 to 16 game schedule.
November 30th 1998 Ryan Sutter Played his first NFL game for the Carolina Panthers. His career lasted 5 seconds.