SUNDAY OCTOBER 3
DAYTON 14, Columbus 0 (NA) - Francis Bacon returned a punt 60 yards to clinch the win. Lou Partlow scored the first TD on a 6-yard run in the third
ROCK ISLAND 45, Muncie 0 (3,110) - Arnold Wyman scored on two blocked punts and returned a kickoff 86 yards as the Independents rolled, and the Flyers folded shortly after the game
DECATUR 20, Moline 0 (1,500) - Dutch Sternaman scored on three TD runs to lead the Staleys
N-CANTON 48, Pitcairn 0 - Joe Guyon was the shining light for the Bulldogs, as he scored three touchdowns, including a 62-yard dash to start the scoring
N-ROCHESTER 10, All-Buffalo 0 (2,000) - Even though the score did not indicate it, Rochester had their way with All-Buffalo. In the end, Rochester’s punting kept the visitors on Buffalo’s side of midfield
N-BUFFALO 32, West Buffalo 6 (NA) - Bodie Weldon ran for an early score, while QB Tommy Hughitt and Weldon added TDs to give Buffalo a 19-0 lead at the half. Hughitt scored from a yard out in the third to make it 25-0. West Buffalo got on the scoreboard when Bob Langdon intercepted a Buffalo pass and ran it back 75 yards for a TD.
N-AKRON 43, Wheeling 0 (4000) - DE Al Nesser of the famous Nesser Brothers scored three touchdowns (two fumble recoveries and 1 blocked field goal). TB Fritz Pollard also scored two rushing TDs.
Rock Island    2  0 0 1.000  93   0 Cleveland      0  0 0  .000   0   0
Dayton         1  0 0 1.000  14   0 Hammond        0  0 0  .000   0   0
Akron          1  0 0 1.000  43   0 Detroit        0  0 0  .000   0   0
Buffalo        1  0 0 1.000  32   6 Chi. Cards     0  0 0  .000   0   0
Rochester      1  0 0 1.000  10   0 Chi. Tigers    0  0 0  .000   0   0
Canton         1  0 0 1.000  48   0 Columbus       0  1 0  .000   0  14
Decatur        1  0 0 1.000  20   0 Muncie         0  1 0  .000   0  45
Non-League Opponents (N - Non-League Opponent)
All-Buffalo * Chicago Boosters * Champaign Legion * Cincinnati Celts * Elyria Athletics * Ft. Porter (NY) * Ft. Wayne Friars * Gary Elks * Washington Glee Club * Kewanee Walworths * Lansing Oldsmobile * McKeesport Olympics * Logan Square (Chicago) * Detroit Maroons * Minneapolis Marines * Moline Indians * Cleveland Panthers * Wheeling Stogies * Columbus Wagner Pirates * Pitcairn Quakers * Pullman Thorns * Rockford A.C. * Richmond Athletics * Rochester Scalpers * Chicago Stayms * St. Paul Ideals * Syracuse * Thorn Tornadoes * Toledo Maroons * All-Tonawanda * Union A.A.(Philadelphia) * Utica K. of C. * West Buffalo * Wash. & Jeff. Collegians * Zanesville Mark Grays

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 26
N-ROCK ISLAND 48, St. Paul Ideals 0 (800) - Rock Island scored two touchdowns in the first 10 minutes and continued to score almost at will. Kuehl of Rock Island ran 82 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter.
Rock Island    1  0 0 1.000  48   0 Rochester      0  0 0  .000   0   0
Dayton         0  0 0  .000   0   0 Hammond        0  0 0  .000   0   0
Decatur        0  0 0  .000   0   0 Detroit        0  0 0  .000   0   0
Akron          0  0 0  .000   0   0 Chi. Cards     0  0 0  .000   0   0
Buffalo        0  0 0  .000   0   0 Chi. Tigers    0  0 0  .000   0   0
Canton         0  0 0  .000   0   0 Columbus       0  1 0  .000   0  14
Cleveland      0  0 0  .000   0   0 Muncie         0  1 0  .000   0  45
SUNDAY OCTOBER 10
AKRON 37, Columbus 0 (2500) - Frank McCormick ran for two TDs, as the Pros took an early 14-0 lead and never looked back. Bob Nash recovered a fumble in the end zone (the first in APFA/NFL history), and the Triangle defense added a safety. Blocking back Harry Harris and FB Fred Sweetland scored one rushing TD each.
ROCK ISLAND 26, Hammond 0 (2550) - Although outweighed, Rock Island tore the Hammond line to shreds, the visitors only being able to make three first downs. Waddy Kuehl ran for one TD and caught another.
CHI. TIGERS 0, Cards 0 (T) (10000) - The two QBs, Driscoll and Ghee, were the luminaries, both in their long punting and runs through center and off tackle, but neither team could dent the scoreboard
DAYTON 0, Cleveland 0 (T)
N-DECATUR 25, Kewanee 7 (1500) - Coach Halas's line opened great holes in the visitors forward wall during the first half while the backfield plowed and squirmed their way through, for four touchdowns
N-BUFFALO 51, All-Buffalo 0
N-ROCHESTER 66, Fort Porter 0
N-CANTON 42, Toledo 0
N-DETROIT 40, Cle Panthers 14
Rock Island    3  0 0 1.000 119   0 Dayton         1  0 1  .000  14   0
Decatur        2  0 0 1.000  45   7 Cleveland      0  0 1  .000   0   0
Akron          2  0 0 1.000  80   0 Chi. Cards     0  0 1  .000   0   0
Buffalo        2  0 0 1.000  83   6 Chi. Tigers    0  0 1  .000   0   0
Canton         2  0 0 1.000  90   0 Hammond        0  1 0  .000   0  26
Rochester      2  0 0 1.000  76   0 Muncie         0  1 0  .000   0  45
Detroit        1  0 0 1.000  40  14 Columbus       0  2 0  .000   0  51
SUNDAY OCTOBER 17
CANTON 7, Cleveland 0 (7000) - Ike Martin scored on a 7-yard run in the first quarter, and the score held up as the Bulldogs remained perfect.
DAYTON 44, Hammond 0 (2000) - Triangle QB Al Mahrt tossed three TD passes, two to Norb Sacksteder, as Dayton rolled to a 27-0 halftime lead.
Decatur 7, ROCK ISLAND 0 (7000) - Dutch Sternaman ran 47 yards for a TD in the second quarter
CHICAGO TIGERS 12, Detroit 0 (5000) - Oscar Knop picked up a blocked punt and ran 20 yards in the first quarter to put the Tigers ahead for good.
N-AKRON 13, Cincinnati 0 (NA) - The Celts were not directly affiliated with the APFA and would not join the league until the following year. FB Rip King and RB Fritz Pollard each scored a touchdown for Akron, whose defense was so dominant that the Celts did not get a single first down all game long.
N-FT. WAYNE 14, Columbus 0 (5000) - 
N-BUFFALO 28, McKeesport 7 (NA) - 
N-ROCHESTER 0, Utica 0 (T) (NA) - 
N-CHI. CARDS 33, Moline 3 (NA) - 
Akron          3  0 0 1.000  93   0 Chi. Tigers    1  0 1 1.000  12   0
Buffalo        3  0 0 1.000 111  13 Rock Island    3  1 0  .750 119   0
Canton         3  0 0 1.000  97   0 Detroit        1  1 0  .500  40  26
Decatur        3  0 0 1.000  52   7 Cleveland      0  1 1  .000   0   7
Dayton         2  0 1 1.000  58   0 Muncie         0  1 0  .000   0  45
Rochester      2  0 1 1.000  76   0 Hammond        0  2 0  .000   0  70
Chi. Cards     1  0 1 1.000  33   3 Columbus       0  3 0  .000   0  65
SUNDAY OCTOBER 24
AKRON 7, Cleveland 0 (NA) - Bob Nash picked up a blocked punt in the first quarter and ran 8 yards for the only score of the day. Nash apparently grabbed the ball from the Tigers' punter, Stan Cofall on the 8-yard line and ran in for the score. With an extra point from Charlie Copley, the Pros kept their undefeated streak alive.
DAYTON 20, Canton 20 (T) (5000) - Jim Thorpe kicked a 35-yard FG in the third and a 45-yarder in the final frame, as the Bulldogs failed to win for only the second time since 1915.
Decatur 10, CHI. TIGERS 0 (5000) - Pard Pearce ran 55 yards for a Staley TD in the second quarter, then Jimmy Conzelman kicked a 30-yard FG in the third to clinch the win.
DETROIT 6, Columbus 0 (NA) - Fitzgerald stepped in front of a short Frank Nesser passer and ran 85 yards for a second-quarter score
ROCK ISLAND 7, Cardinals 0 (4000) - Sid Nichols tossed a 6-yard TD pass to Arnie Wyman in the second quarter for the win
N-ROCHESTER 21, Syracuse 7 (NA) - 
N-BUFFALO 38, Toledo 0 (6000) - 
Akron          4  0 0 1.000 100   0 Detroit        2  1 0  .667  46  26
Buffalo        4  0 0 1.000 149  13 Chi. Cards     1  1 1  .500  33  10
Decatur        4  0 0 1.000  62   7 Chi. Tigers    1  1 1  .500  12  10
Rochester      3  0 1 1.000  97   7 Cleveland      0  2 1  .000   0  14
Canton         3  0 1 1.000 117  20 Muncie         0  1 0  .000   0  45
Dayton         2  0 2 1.000  78  20 Hammond        0  2 0  .000   0  70
Rock Island    4  1 0  .800 126   0 Columbus       0  4 0  .000   0  57
SUNDAY OCTOBER 31
Akron 10, CANTON 0
CLEVELAND 7, Columbus 0
BUFFALO 17, Rochester 6
ROCK ISLAND 20, Chi. Tigers 7
CARDS 21, Detroit 0
N-DAYTON 23, Cincinnati 7
N-Decatur 29, ROCKFORD 0 (NA)
N-Hammond 14, LOGAN SQUARE 9
Akron          5  0 0 1.000 110   0 Chi. Cards     2  1 1  .667  54  10
Buffalo        5  0 0 1.000 166  19 Detroit        2  2 0  .500  46  47
Decatur        5  0 0 1.000  91   7 Cleveland      1  2 1  .333   7  14
​Dayton         3  0 2 1.000 101  27 Hammond        1  2 0  .333  14  79
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 14
CLEVELAND 7, Akron 7 (T)
BUFFALO 43, Columbus 7
Dayton 21, ROCK ISLAND 0
CANTON 21, Chi. Tigers 0
N-Decatur 3, MINNEAPOLIS 0
N-FT. WAYNE 0, Detroit 0 (T)
N-GARY 7, Hammond 6 (2,000)
N-Tonawanda 6, ROCHESTER 0
N-CHI. CARDS 20, Cincinnati 0
Buffalo        7  0 0 1.000 244  26 Rochester      4  2 1  .667 130  37
Decatur        7  0 1 1.000 114   7 Detroit        2  2 1  .500  46  47
Akron          5  0 1 1.000 117   7 Hammond        2  3 0  .400  34  99
Dayton         4  0 2 1.000 122  27 Cleveland      1  3 2  .250  14  39
Canton         5  1 1  .833 156  30 Chi. Tigers    1  4 1  .200  22  57
Chi. Cards     4  1 1  .800  80  13 Columbus       1  6 0  .167  17 107
Rock Island    5  2 2  .714 153  35 Muncie         0  1 0  .000   0  45
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7
Canton 18, CLEVELAND 0
ROCK ISLAND 0, Decatur 0 (T)
Chi. Cards 6, CHI. TIGERS 3
N-Columbus 10, ZANESVILLE 0
N-Hammond 14, PULLMAN 13
N-BUFFALO 35, Tonawanda 0
N-ROCHESTER 27, Utica 7
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11                      
N-Decatur 20, CHAMPAIGN 0
N-THORN 7, Rock Island 7 (T)
Buffalo        6  0 0 1.000 201  19 Chi. Cards     3  1 1  .750  60  13
Akron          5  0 0 1.000 110   0 Hammond        2  2 0  .500  28  92
Decatur        6  0 1 1.000 111   7 Detroit        2  2 0  .500  46  47
Dayton         3  0 2 1.000 101  27 Cleveland      1  3 1  .250   7  32
Rock Island    5  1 2  .833 153  14 Chi. Tigers    1  3 1  .250  22  36
Canton         4  1 1  .800 135  30 Columbus       1  5 0  .167  10  64
Rochester      4  1 1  .800 130  31 Muncie         0  1 0  .000   0  45
SATURDAY DECEMBER 18                
N-Canton 39, RICHMOND 0
MONDAY DECEMBER 19
N-CHI. STAYMS 14, Chi. Cards 14 (T)
Akron          8  0 3 1.000 151   7 Canton         7  4 2  .636 208  57
Decatur       10  1 2  .909 164  21 Detroit        2  3 3  .400  53  82
Buffalo        9  1 1  .900 259  32 Cleveland      2  4 2  .333  28  46
Chi. Cards     6  2 2  .750 115  43 Hammond        2  5 0  .286  41 154
Rock Island    6  2 2  .750 201  42 Chi. Tigers    2  5 1  .286  49  63
Dayton         5  2 2  .714 150  54 Columbus       2  6 2  .250  17 107
Rochester      6  3 2  .667 156  57 Muncie         0  1 0  .000   0  45
No official standings were maintained for the 1920 season, and the championship was awarded to the Akron Pros on April 30, 1921.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21
Canton 3, BUFFALO 0
AKRON 13, Dayton 0
DECATUR 28, Hammond 7
N-ZANESVILLE 0, Columbus 0 (T)
N-CHI. CARDS 14, Lansing 0
N-CLEVELAND 14, Toledo 0
N-ROCHESTER 16, Roch. Scalpers 0
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25
AKRON 7, Canton 0 (NA)
Decatur 6, CHI. TIGERS 0
DAYTON 28, Detroit 0
N-ELYRIA 0, Columbus 0 (T)
N-CHI. BOOSTERS 27, Hammond 0
N-Tonawanda 14, ROCHESTER 3
Decatur        9  0 1 1.000 148  14 Rochester      5  3 1  .625 149  51
Akron          7  0 1 1.000 137   7 Cleveland      2  3 2  .400  28  39
Buffalo        7  1 0  .875 244  29 Detroit        2  3 1  .400  46  75
Dayton         5  1 2  .833 150  40 Hammond        2  5 0  .286  41 154
Chi. Cards     5  1 1  .833  94  13 Chi. Tigers    1  5 1  .167  22  63
Canton         6  2 1  .750 159  37 Columbus       1  6 2  .143  17 107
Rock Island    5  2 2  .714 153  35 Muncie         0  1 0  .000   0  45
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 28
Akron 14, DAYTON 0
BUFFALO 7, Cleveland 0
CHI. CARDS 7, Decatur 6
N-DETROIT 0, Lansing 0 (T)
N-CHI. TIGERS 27, Thorn 0
N-ROCK ISLAND 48, Wash & Jeff. 7
N-ROCHESTER 7, Roch. Scalpers 6
Akron          8  0 1 1.000 151   7 Rochester      6  3 1  .667 156  57
Decatur        9  1 1  .900 154  21 Detroit        2  3 2  .400  46  75
Buffalo        8  1 0  .889 252  29 Cleveland      2  4 2  .333  28  46
Chi. Cards     6  1 1  .857 101  19 Hammond        2  5 0  .286  41 154
Canton         6  2 1  .750 159  37 Chi. Tigers    2  5 1  .286  49  63
Rock Island    6  2 2  .750 201  42 Columbus       1  6 2  .143  17 107
Dayton         5  2 2  .714 150  54 Muncie         0  1 0  .000   0  45
SATURDAY DECEMBER 4                 
Buffalo 7, Canton 3 at New York
SUNDAY DECEMBER 5
BUFFALO 0, Akron 0 (T)
DECATUR 10, Chi. Cards 0
N-DET. 7, Det. Maroons 7 (T)
N-COLUMB. 24, Col. Pirates 0
N-WASHINGTON 0, Canton 0 (T) at New Haven, CT
N-ROCHESTER 0, Roch. Scalpers 0 (T)
Akron          8  0 2 1.000 151   7 Rochester      6  3 2  .667 156  57
Decatur       10  1 1  .909 164  21 Detroit        2  3 3  .400  53  82
Buffalo        9  1 1  .900 259  32 Cleveland      2  4 2  .333  28  46
Chi. Cards     6  2 1  .750 101  29 Hammond        2  5 0  .286  41 154
Rock Island    6  2 2  .750 201  42 Chi. Tigers    2  5 1  .286  49  63
Canton         6  3 2  .667 162  44 Columbus       2  6 2  .250  17 107
Dayton         5  2 2  .714 150  54 Muncie         0  1 0  .000   0  45
SATURDAY DECEMBER 11
N-UNION A.A 13, Canton 7 at Philadelphia
MONDAY DECEMBER 12
DECATUR 0, Akron 0 (T) at Chicago
Akron          8  0 3 1.000 151   7 Canton         6  4 2  .600 169  57
Decatur       10  1 2  .909 164  21 Detroit        2  3 3  .400  53  82
Buffalo        9  1 1  .900 259  32 Cleveland      2  4 2  .333  28  46
Chi. Cards     6  2 1  .750 101  29 Hammond        2  5 0  .286  41 154
Rock Island    6  2 2  .750 201  42 Chi. Tigers    2  5 1  .286  49  63
Dayton         5  2 2  .714 150  54 Columbus       2  6 2  .250  17 107
Rochester      6  3 2  .667 156  57 Muncie         0  1 0  .000   0  45
American Professional Football Association​​​
Rock Island    5  1 0  .833 146   7 Chi. Tigers    1  2 1  .333  19  30
Rochester      3  1 1  .750 103  24 Muncie         0  1 0  .000   0  45
Canton         3  1 1  .750 117  30 Columbus       0  5 0  .000   0  64