The Minneapolis Marines finished the regular season with a 1-3 record. They went 1-0 at home and 0-3 on the road.
The 1922 Minneapolis Marines played in the American Professional Football Association, which didn't have any divisions in 1922.
The 1922 Minneapolis Marines had their best month in November, when they went 1-1 and had a 50% win percentage. Their worst month was October, when they went 0-2 and lost all their games.
|Month||Record||Win Percentage %||Point Differential|
There was no playoffs in the 1922 season.
The Minneapolis Marines finished the regular season with a point differential of -21. Based on their point differential and their pythagorean expectation, the Marines could have been expected to have about 0.6 wins, or a 1-3 record in the regular season.
In close, one-score games, the 1922 Minneapolis Marines went 1-2. In games decided by a field goal or less, the Marines went 0-1.
The 1922 Minneapolis Marines did not play any overtime games in the regular season.
The 1922 Minneapolis Marines never won more than one consecutive game in the regular season.
The longest losing streak that the Minneapolis Marines had during the 1922 regular season was 2 games, which only happened once during the season.
= Playoff Team
|3||Sun, Oct 15, 1922||@ Dayton Triangles||Loss 0 - 17|
|4||Sun, Oct 22, 1922||@ Chicago Cardinals||Loss 0 - 3|
|6||Sun, Nov 5, 1922||vs Oorang Indians||Win 13 - 6|
|7||Sun, Nov 12, 1922||@ Green Bay Packers||Loss 6 - 14|