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There have been several 0-0 ties in football history. Notre Dame and Army played to a 0-0 tie in 1946. The last scoreless tie in the NFL was on November 7, 1943 between the New York Giants and the Detroit Lions. The Chicago Cardinals and the Chicago Bears played to a scoreless tie in an NFL game on November 26, 1925.

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There has never been a scoreless tie in the Canadian Football League.

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There have been 73 games in NFL history that have ended in a 0-0 tie. The most recent 0-0 game was 11/7/1943, a tie between the New York Giants and the Detroit Lions.

1 October 10, 1920 T Chicago Cardinals @ Chicago Tigers

2 October 10, 1920 T Dayton Triangles vs Cleveland Tigers

3 October 17, 1920 T Utica K. of C. @ Rochester Jeffersons

4 November 14, 1920 T Fort Wayne Friars vs Detroit Heralds

5 November 7, 1920 T Rock Island Independents vs Decatur Staleys

6 November 28, 1920 T Lansing Oldsmobile @ Detroit Heralds

7 November 21, 1920 T Zanesville Mark Gray vs Columbus Panhandles

8 November 25, 1920 T Elyria Athletics vs Columbus Panhandles

9 December 5, 1920 T Buffalo All-Americans vs Akron Pros

10 December 5, 1920 T Washington Glee Club vs Canton Bulldogs

11 December 5, 1920 T Rochester Scalpers vs Rochester Jeffersons

12 December 12, 1920 T Decatur Staleys vs Akron Pros

13 October 2, 1921 T Rock Island Independents vs Detroit Tigers

14 November 13, 1921 T Buffalo All-Americans vs Akron Pros

15 December 18, 1921 T Chicago Cardinals @ Chicago Staleys

6 October 8, 1922 T Dayton Triangles vs Canton Bulldogs

7 October 22, 1922 T Milwaukee Badgers vs Green Bay Packers

18 October 29, 1922 T Milwaukee Badgers vs Hammond Pros

19 October 29, 1922 T Rock Island Independents@ Green Bay Packers

20 November 5, 1922 T Toledo Maroons @ Canton Bulldogs

21 October 7, 1923 T Rock Island Independents vs Cleveland Indians

22 October 7, 1923 T St. Louis All-Stars @ Green Bay Packers

23 October 7, 1923 T Milwaukee Badgers vs Columbus Tigers

24 October 14, 1923 T St. Louis All-Stars vs Hammond Pros

25 November 11, 1923 T Dayton Triangles @ Cleveland Indians

26 November 4, 1923 T Cleveland Indians @ Buffalo All-Americans

27 December 2, 1923 T Milwaukee Badgers @ Chicago Bears

28 September 28, 1924 T Rock Island Independents vs Chicago Bears

29 September 27, 1925 T Rock Island Independents vs Dayton Triangles

30 September 20, 1925 T Rock Island Independents vs Chicago Bears

31 October 4, 1925 T Detroit Panthers vs Chicago Bears

32 October 11, 1925 T Buffalo Bisons vs Akron Pros

33 October 4, 1925 T Rochester Jeffersons @ Buffalo Bisons

34 October 25, 1925 T Detroit Panthers vs Akron Pros

35 November 26, 1925 T Chicago Cardinals @ Chicago Bears

36 October 3, 1926 T Green Bay Packers vs Duluth Eskimos

37 October 10, 1926 T Canton Bulldogs @ Akron Indians

38 November 14, 1926 T Detroit Panthers vs Dayton Triangles

39 October 24, 1926 T Los Angeles Buccaneers @ Buffalo Rangers

40 November 7, 1926 T Duluth Eskimos @ Detroit Panthers

41 November 25, 1926 T Canton Bulldogs vs Akron Indians

42 November 28, 1926 T Pottsville Maroons vs Buffalo Rangers

43 November 25, 1926 T Chicago Cardinals @ Chicago Bears

44 November 28, 1926 T Providence Steam Roller vs Duluth Eskimos 0

45 December 18, 1926 T Pottsville Maroons @ Frankford Yellow Jackets

46 October 2, 1927 T New York Giants @ Cleveland Bulldogs

47 October 8, 1927 T Frankford Yellow Jackets vs Dayton Triangles

48 November 6, 1927 T Providence Steam Roller @ Chicago Bears

49 December 3, 1927 T Frankford Yellow Jackets vs Chicago Bears

50 November 4, 1928 T New York Giants vs Frankford Yellow Jackets

51 November 11, 1928 T New York Yankees @ Green Bay Packers

52 September 29, 1929 T Orange Tornadoes vs New York Giants

53 November 3, 1929 T Orange Tornadoes @ Staten Island Stapletons

54 October 20, 1929 T Chicago Cardinals @ Chicago Bears

55 December 1, 1929 T Frankford Yellow Jackets@ Chicago Bears

56 November 17, 1929 T Orange Tornadoes vs Frankford Yellow Jackets

57 November 28, 1929 T Green Bay Packers @ Frankford Yellow Jackets

58 September 21, 1930 T Chicago Bears vs Brooklyn Dodgers

59 October 5, 1930 T Portsmouth Spartans vs Chicago Cardinals

60 October 4, 1931 T Providence Steam Roller vs Frankford Yellow Jackets

61 November 29, 1931 T Providence Steam Roller @ New York Giants

62 September 25, 1932 T Green Bay Packers vs Chicago Bears

63 October 2, 1932 T Staten Island Stapletons vs Chicago Bears

64 October 9, 1932 T Chicago Cardinals vs Chicago Bears

65 October 23, 1932 T Boston Braves @ New York Giants

66October 22, 1933 T Cincinnati Reds vs Pittsburgh Pirates

67 December 3, 1933 T Boston Redskins @ Chicago Cardinals

68 December 8, 1935 T Boston Redskins @ Brooklyn Dodgers

69 December 6, 1936 T Green Bay Packers @ Chicago Cardinals

70 October 1, 1939 T Washington Redskins vs New York Giants

71 October 1, 1939 T Philadelphia Eagles vs Brooklyn Dodgers

73 November 7, 1943 T New York Giants @ Detroit Lions

There have been 5 games in league history with a 2-0 score.

1 November 29, 1923 W Akron Pros vs Buffalo All-Americans 2-0

2 November 21, 1926 W Kansas City Cowboys @ Buffalo Rangers 2-0

3 November 29, 1928 W Frankford Yellow Jackets vs Green Bay Packers 2-0

4 October 16, 1932 W Green Bay Packers @ Chicago Bears 2-0

5 September 18, 1938 W Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers 2-0

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Super Bowl VII, played on January 14, 1973. The Miami Dolphins beat the Wahington Redskins 14-7. That 21-point total is the lowest in SB history.

The next-lowest total (22) was in SB IX, a 16-6 win by the Steelers over the Vikings.

The third-lowest (23 total points) was in SB III; the Jets' 16-7 win over the Baltimore Colts.

The fewest points scored by ONE team in the Super Bowl happened in SB VI, when the Dallas Cowboys allowed only one field goal by the Dolphins, winning 24-3.

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There have probably been many 0-0 ties in College Football history. One of the most famous was in 1946 when Notre Dame and Army played to a 0-0 tie.

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The refs could not agree on a safety so they only gave them 1point

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11/26/07 Pittsburgh 3, Miami 0 Oddly, Pittsburgh was on the losing end of the previously lowest scoring game on Monday night vs. another Florida team, Jacksonville, 9-0 on 9/18/06.

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