|San Francisco Tigers||4||1||3||0||53||35||.250|
|Los Angeles Angels||4||0||4||0||9||90||.000|
The Pacific Coast Football League was one of three Minor Leagues to start up in 1926, the first year that Minor Leagues below the National Football League appeared. The American Football League was AAA, although it challenged the NFL as a Major, with the Pacific Coast Football League and Eastern Football League filling in the gap just below the top two leagues.
The Hollywood Generals won all five of their games, claiming the PCFL title. It was not until 1933 that any more Minor Leagues were to be formed, with teams below the NFL playing Independent schedules.
 Pro Football Archives (2019) 1926 [Internet] Available from: https://www.profootballarchives.com/1926.html [Accessed 11 October 2019]
Thanks to Eoin O’Fearghaill.
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