The 1934 Brooklyn Dodgers season was their fifth in the league. The team failed to improve on their previous season's output of 5-4-1, winning only four games. They failed to qualify for the playoffs for the third consecutive season.
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|1934 Brooklyn Dodgers (NFL) season|
|Head Coach||Cap McEwan|
|Place||3rd NFL Eastern|
|Playoff Finish||did not qualify|
|Previous season||Next season|
|1||September 30, 1934||Boston Redskins||W 10-6|
|2||October 7, 1934||Chicago Bears||L 21-7|
|3||October 14, 1934||at New York Giants||L 14-0|
|4||October 21, 1934||at Detroit Lions||L 28-0|
|5||October 28, 1934||Pittsburgh Pirates||W 21-3|
|6||November 6, 1934||Chicago Cardinals||L 21-0|
|7||November 11, 1934||at Philadelphia Eagles||W 10-7|
|8||November 18, 1934||at Pittsburgh Pirates||W 10-0|
|9||November 25, 1934||Philadelphia Eagles||L 13-0|
|10||November 29, 1934||New York Giants||L 27-0|
|11||December 2, 1934||at Boston Redskins||L 13-3|
|New York Giants||8||5||0||.615||147||107||L-1|
|Eastern Division||Western Division|
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