Photo Credit: Packers History

By Zane Miller

On Sunday, December 17th, 1944, the Green Bay Packers defeated the New York Giants 14-7 in the 1944 NFL Championship Game to win the 25th championship in NFL history. It was the sixth championship for the Packers franchise. The game was held at Polo Grounds in New York.

Out of Playoffs: Philadelphia Eagles (7-1-2), Chicago Bears (6-3-1), Detroit Lions (6-3-1), Washington Redskins (6-3-1), Cleveland Rams (4-6), Boston Yanks (2-8), Brooklyn Tigers (0-10), Card-Pitt Combine (0-10)

Most passing touchdowns: #30 Frank Filchock (Redskins)- 13 TD

Most rushing touchdowns: #8 Bill Paschal (Giants)- 9 TD

Most receiving touchdowns: #14 Don Hutson (Packers)- 9 TD

Most interceptions: #24 Howie Livingston (Giants)- 9 INT

Best field goal percentage (min. 9 attempts): #50 Ken Strong (Giants)- 6 for 12, 50.0%

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