WEEK ONE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 29
GREEN BAY 21, Chicago Bears 17             Chicago Cardinals 20, SAN FRANCISCO 10
BALTIMORE 34, Detroit 14                   CLEVELAND 6, New York 3
PITTSBURGH 28, Washington 7                LOS ANGELES 17, Philadelphia 13
EASTERN CONFERENCE            WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland      1  0 0   6   3 Los Angeles    1  0 0  17  13
Chi Cards      1  0 0  20  10 Baltimore      1  0 0  34  14
Pittsburgh     1  0 0  28   7 GREEN BAY      1  0 0  21  17
New York       0  1 0   3   6 Detroit        0  1 0  14  34
Washington     0  1 0   7  28 Chi Bears      0  1 0  17  21
Philadelphia   0  1 0  13  17 San Francisco  0  1 0  10  20
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY OCTOBER 5
BALTIMORE 21, Chicago Bears 10             Cleveland 23, PITTSBURGH 12
New York 24, PHILADELPHIA 20
SUNDAY OTOBER 6
Detroit 24, GREEN BAY 14                   SAN FRANCISCO 23, Los Angeles 20
Washington 37, CHICAGO CARDINALS 14
EASTERN CONFERENCE            WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland      2  0 0  29  15 Baltimore      2  0 0  55  24
Chi Cards      1  1 0  34  47 Los Angeles    1  1 0  37  36
Pittsburgh     1  1 0  40  30 GREEN BAY      1  1 0  35  41
New York       1  1 0  27  26 Detroit        1  1 0  38  48
Washington     1  1 0  44  42 San Francisco  1  1 0  33  40
Philadelphia   0  2 0  33  41 Chi Bears      0  2 0  27  42
WEEK THREE
SUNDAY OCTOBER 13
PITTSBURGH 29, Chicago Cardinals 20        DETROIT 10, Los Angeles 7
New York 24, WASHINGTON 20                 CLEVELAND 24, Philadelphia 7
San Francisco 21, CHICAGO BEARS 17         Baltimore 45, Green Bay 17 at Milwaukee
EASTERN CONFERENCE            WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland      3  0 0  53  22 Baltimore      3  0 0 100  41
New York       2  1 0  51  46 Detroit        2  1 0  48  55
Pittsburgh     2  1 0  69  50 San Francisco  2  1 0  54  57
Chi Cards      1  2 0  54  76 Los Angeles    1  2 0  44  46
Washington     1  2 0  64  66 GREEN BAY      1  2 0  52  86
Philadelphia   0  3 0  40  65 Chi Bears      0  3 0  44  63
WEEK FOUR
SUNDAY OCTOBER 20
DETROIT 31, Baltimore 27                   NEW YORK 35, Pittsburgh 0
PHILADELPHIA 17, Cleveland 7               Chicago Cardinals 44, WASHINGTON 14
CHICAGO BEARS 34, Los Angeles 26           S. Francisco 24, Green Bay 14 at Milwaukee
EASTERN CONFERENCE            WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland      3  1 0  60  39 Baltimore      3  1 0 127  72
New York       3  1 0  86  46 Detroit        3  1 0  79  82
Pittsburgh     2  2 0  69  85 San Francisco  3  1 0  78  71
Chi Cards      2  2 0  98  90 Los Angeles    1  3 0  70  80
Washington     1  3 0  78 110 GREEN BAY      1  3 0  66 110
Philadelphia   1  3 0  57  72 Chi Bears      1  3 0  78  89
WEEK FIVE
SUNDAY OCTOBER 27
SAN FRANCISCO 21, Chicago Bears 17         Washington 31, NEW YORK 14
Cleveland 17, CHICAGO CARDINALS 7          LOS ANGELES 35, Detroit 17
Green Bay 24, BALTIMORE 21                 PITTSBURGH 6, Philadelphia 0
EASTERN CONFERENCE            WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland      4  1 0  77  46 San Francisco  4  1 0  99  88
New York       3  2 0 100  77 Detroit        3  2 0  96 117
Pittsburgh     3  2 0  75  85 Baltimore      3  2 0 148  96
Chi Cards      2  3 0 105 107 Los Angeles    2  3 0 105  97
Washington     2  3 0 109 124 GREEN BAY      2  3 0  90 131
Philadelphia   1  4 0  57  78 Chi Bears      1  4 0  95 110
WEEK SIX
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3
Chicago Bears 16, LOS ANGELES 10           CLEVELAND 21, Washington 17
SAN FRANCISCO 35, Detroit 31               New York 31, GREEN BAY 17
Philadelphia 38, CHICAGO CARDINALS 21      Pittsburgh 19, BALTIMORE 13
EASTERN CONFERENCE            WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland      5  1 0  98  63 San Francisco  5  1 0 134 119
New York       4  2 0 131  94 Detroit        3  3 0 127 152
Pittsburgh     4  2 0  94  98 Baltimore      3  3 0 161 115
Chi Cards      2  4 0 126 145 Los Angeles    2  4 0 115 113
Washington     2  4 0 126 145 GREEN BAY      2  4 0 107 162
Philadelphia   2  4 0  95  99 Chicago Bears  2  4 0 111 120
WEEK SEVEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 10
Baltimore 21, WASHINGTON 17                NEW YORK 27, Chicago Cardinals 14
LOS ANGELES 37, San Francisco 24           Detroit 27, PHILADELPHIA 16
CHICAGO BEARS 21, Green Bay 14             CLEVELAND 24, Pittsburgh 0
​EASTERN CONFERENCE            WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland      6  1 0 122  63 San Francisco  5  2 0 158 156
New York       5  2 0 158 108 Detroit        4  3 0 154 168
Pittsburgh     4  3 0 94  122 Baltimore      4  3 0 182 132
Chi Cards      2  5 0 140 172 Los Angeles    3  4 0 152 137
Washington     2  5 0 143 166 Chi Bears      3  4 0 132 134
Philadelphia   2  5 0 111 126 GREEN BAY      2  5 0 121 183
and a total of 157 yards, while Normie Kwong and Johnny Bright led the Edmonton rushing attack to 352 yards.
CALGARY 36, Saskatchewan 9 (9500) - In setting the unofficial WIFU record of 653 yards, Calgary collected 293 yards along the ground and 360 passing. It betters the mark set by Saskatchewan last year with 607 yards.
TORONTO 41, Montreal 31 (14802) - QB Freddie Wyant, picked up from the NY Giants ten days ago by the Argos, tossed touchdown passes to Pete O'Garro and Menan Schreiwer and bulled over from one yard out for another.
Hamilton 18, OTTAWA 17 (17240) - Hamilton was leading 18-3 early in the final period when the Ottawa offence came to life with two TDs. On the last play of the game, Ottawa's Gary Schreider missed a 30-yard FG for the win.
MONDAY OCTOBER 7
Winnipeg 37, SASKATCHEWAN 3 (8500) - Gerry James led the Bombers scoring with a pair of TDs. Cec Luining, Charlie Shepard and Bob McNaraara scored one major apiece and Ken Ploen converted all five.
BRIT COLUMBIA 27, Calgary 1 (16928) - The Lions conceded Calgary the only point of the first quarter, then came back to take a 10-1 lead at the half and a 17-1 edge after three. They added 10 more points in the final period.
WIFU                          IRFU
*-Edmonton  9  2 0 316 117 18 Montreal    5  3 0 179 146 10
Winnipeg    8  3 0 260 220 16 Ottawa      5  3 0 206 133 10
Calgary     6  5 0 174 242 12 Hamilton    5  3 0 136 106 10
British Col 2  8 1 201 243  5 Toronto     1  7 0 139 275  2
Saskatch    2  9 1 215 344  5 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY OCTOBER 12
Brit Columbia 22, WINNIPEG 16 (14700) - Winnipeg raced the clock to the Lions' eight-yard line. It was third down with a yard to go. Kenny Ploen sent Gerry James into the line and the B.C. front wall rocked him back for no gain.
EDMONTON 46, Calgary 7 (17000) - Jackie Parker, who had a temperature of 104 before he dressed, worked at QB most of the night and rambled for two TDs and 134 yards along the ground to lead the Eskimos.
HAMILTON 38, Toronto 14 (16000) - Hamilton turned two pass interceptions and a fumble into three TDs to score 22 points in two minutes of the final quarter and wallop Toronto to just about wash out their hopes for the playoffs.
OTTAWA 27, Montreal 17 (18356) - Three of the Riders' four TDs came after Alouette fumbles. Ottawa's majors were scored by rookie QB Tom Dimitroff, Tom Lewis, Bobby Simpson and Garry Schreider.
MONDAY OCTOBER 14
Brit Col 30, SASKATCHEWAN 10 (10061) - QB Maury Duncan threw two TD passes to Paul Cameron, and another to Rick Kaser as the Lions set a franchise record with their four-game unbeaten streak (3 wins, 1 tie).
Edmonton 32, CALGARY 6 (14000) - Johnny Bright, Normie Kwong, Jackie Parker and Ken Hall all scored TDs for Edmonton as they outrushed the Stampeders, 228 yards to 69, and moved ever closer to another WIFU title.
MONTREAL 32, Ottawa 24 (22864) - Hal Patterson ran for two TDs and Bill Bewley kicked a FG in the fourth quarter to pull the Als out of an eight-point deficit and give them the victory.
Hamilton 22, TORONTO 16 (18604) - Hamilton came up with TDs by Cookie Gilchrist, Bibbles Bawei and Gerry McDougall to take over first place in the Big Four with four games to play.
WIFU                          IRFU
*-Edmonton 11  2 0 394 130 22 *-Hamilton  7  3 0 196 136 14
*-Winnipeg  8  4 0 276 242 16 *-Ottawa    6  4 0 257 182 12
Calgary     6  7 0 187 320 12 *-Montreal  6  4 0 228 197 12
British Col 4  8 1 253 269  9 Toronto     1  9 0 169 335  2
Saskatch    2 10 1 225 374  5 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY OCTOBER 19
Edmonton 29, BRIT COLUMBIA 12 (24619) - The Eskimos' season point total of 423 surpassed the 394 compiled
by Winnipeg in 1952. Their season total of 6,138 yards beat the 6,020 compiled by Saskatchewan in 1956.
Winnipeg 31, CALGARY 7 (10000) - Winnipeg, with a ground game spearheaded by Charlie Shepard and Leo Lewis, scored in each quarter to nail down second in the WIFU and damage the Stampeders' playoff hopes.
TORONTO 31, Ottawa 23 (13882) - The four TDs the Argos scored were all counted by Canadians, with Davey West taking TD passes of six and seven yards and QB Gerry Doucette scoring one on the ground in the upset.
HAMILTON 18, Montreal 15 (19000) - Cookie Gilchrist, who got into hot water two weeks ago when he reported late for a game, crashed for two TDs as the Ti-Cats won with an 11-point last quarter after trailing 15-0.
MONDAY OCTOBER 21
WINNIPEG 27, Saskatchewan 19 (14186) - Winnipeg scored 10 points in the last five minutes to move within four points of league-leading Edmonton, while Gerry James took over the league scoring lead with 10 points.
WIFU                          IRFU
*-Edmonton 12  2 0 423 142 24 *-Hamilton  8  3 0 214 151 16
*-Winnipeg 10  4 0 334 268 20 *-Ottawa    6  5 0 280 213 12
Calgary     6  8 0 194 351 12 *-Montreal  6  5 0 243 215 12
British Col 4  9 1 265 298  9 Toronto     2  9 0 200 358  4
Saskatch    2 11 1 244 401  5 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK ELEVEN
SATURDAY OCTOBER 26
EDMONTON 29, Brit Columbia 0 (14000) - Joe Mobra, Normie Kwong, Johnny Bright and Jim Shipka handled all
the Eskimo scoring as the Lions were shut out for the first time this year, handing Calgary the last playoff berth.
SASKATCHEWAN 32, Calgary 14 (8500) - Much of the credit for the Rider victory went to hard-running FB Bobby Marlow who scored three Saskatchewan TDs. The other Saskatchewan TD was scored by HB Sam Wesley.
Hamilton 19, MONTREAL 17 (23000) - The Cats and Als matched converted TDs and a FG each. The victory margin came on an unusual rouge and a hefty boot by Hamilton's Cam Fraser that went for a conceded point.
OTTAWA 25, Toronto 7 (12440) - Halfback Bobby Judd scored two Ottawa TDs, as the Riders gained 343 yards on the ground compared with Toronto's 157 yards, and took over second place all alone in the Big Four.
MONDAY OCTOBER 28
WINNIPEG 30, Calgary 13 (12855) - Winnipeg's Gerry James, with 12 points, set a season scoring record of 112 points. The old mark of 110 points was set in 1952 by Calgary's Bob Shaw, when TDs were worth only five points.
WIFU                          IRFU
*-Edmonton 13  2 0 452 142 26 *-Hamilton  9  3 0 233 168 18
*-Winnipeg 11  4 0 364 281 22 *-Ottawa    7  5 0 305 220 14
*-Calgary   6 10 0 221 413 12 *-Montreal  6  6 0 260 234 12
British Col 4 10 1 265 327  9 Toronto     2 10 0 207 383  4
Saskatch    3 11 1 276 415  7 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TWELVE
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2
Edmonton 23, SASKATCHEWAN 0 (8000) - QB Jackie Parker scored two Edmonton TDs while the third went to fullback Normie Kwong. The Riders missed the playoffs for the first time since 1952.
Winnipeg 42, BRIT COLUMBIA 19 - Gerry James scored three of the Bombers' six TDs. He set a new WIFU TD record of 19, beating by one that of Ken Carpenter of Saskatchewan, set in 1955.
OTTAWA 9, Hamilton 4 (16000) - Ottawa QB Tom Dimitroff scored the only TD of the game in the first quarter on a 1-yard plunge after Bob Simpson recovered Bernie Faloney's fumble on the Hamilton 10.
TORONTO 40, Montreal 27 (12971) - The last-place Argos piled up 433 yards on ground plays to break the old record of 390 for yards rushing by a team in a single game, set by Montreal in a game against Toronto in 1955.
WIFU                          IRFU
*-Edmonton 14  2 0 475 142 28 *-Hamilton  9  4 0 237 177 18
*-Winnipeg 12  4 0 406 300 24 *-Ottawa    8  5 0 314 224 16
*-Calgary   6 10 0 221 413 12 *-Montreal  6  7 0 287 274 12
British Col 4 11 1 284 369  9 Toronto     3 10 0 247 410  6
Saskatch    3 12 1 276 438  7 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK THIRTEEN
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9
HAMILTON 13, Ottawa 12 (18000) - Held to two FGs and a single for 59 minutes on a snowy gridiron, Hamilton converted on a third-down passing play that set them up for their only TD - a three-yard crash by Gerry McDougall.
Toronto 27, MONTREAL 0 (20315) - The shutout was the first suffered by Als since 1952 when they were blanked in Toronto. The Als rested or played infrequently several of their top performers in losing their fourth straight.
IRFU
*-Hamilton 10  4 0 250 189 20 *-Montreal  6  8 0 287 301 12
*-Ottawa    8  6 0 326 237 16 Toronto     4 10 0 274 410  8
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
WIFU SEMI-FINAL (Winnipeg wins series, 28-16)
Sat Nov 9 - WINNIPEG 13, Calgary 13 (T) (12392) - The Bombers had to rally to gain a deadlock with the Stamps, who were 16-polnt underdogs. Down 13-4, Winnipeg scored nine unanswered points in the last 15 minutes.
Mon Nov 11 - Winnipeg 15, CALGARY 3 (14000) - Maintaining a playoff mastery that dates back to 1911, Winnipeg
defeated Calgary, but at a cost. Winnipeg will have only 10 imports and 27 healthy players for the next round.
WIFU FINALS (Winnipeg wins series, 2 games to 1)
Sat Nov 16 - WINNIPEG 19, Edmonton 7 (13849) - Winnipeg stunned the champions with an attack that netted 211 yards rushing and 316 yards passing and completely dominated the game in the second half.
Wed Nov 20 - EDMONTON 5, Winnipeg 4 (18000) - A 31-yard FG try by Gerry James on the second to last play
of thegame missed the target by six inches and the three-time Grey Cup champion Eskimos survived.
Sat Nov 23 - Winnipeg 17, EDMONTON 2 (OT) (20000) - Two single points, the first by Edmonton's Jackie Parker  and the second by Gerry James on a missed last-minute FG attempt sent the game to OT where Winnipeg rolled.
IRFU SEMI-FINAL
Wed Nov 13 - Montreal 24, OTTAWA 15 (15000) - Montreal marched all the way to a TD after the opening kickoff and were never headed by the Rough Riders, although Ottawa gave them a scare in the fourth quarter.
IRFU FINALS (Hamilton wins series, 56-11)
Sat Nov 16 - Hamilton 17, MONTREAL 10 (19609) - Hamilton won thanks to Steve Oneschuk's three FGs, but the game ended with swarms of fans, mainly teen-agers, set off a wild five-minute demonstration that was a near riot.
Sat Nov 23 - HAMILTON 39, Montreal 1 (17600) - The Tiger-Cats ended Montreal's glittering three-year reign as Big Four champions with an explosive onslaught, led by three TDs by halfback Gerry McDougall.
1957 GREY CUP GAME (Saturday, November 30 at Toronto - 27051)
HAMILTON TIGER-CATS (12-4) 32, WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS (16-5) 7 - The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Winnipeg Blue Bombers battled for the Grey Cup for the second time in five seasons. After three years of Western supremacy, the Ticats returned the trophy to Eastern Canada in a rout of the Bombers. The Tiger-Cats scored two touchdowns in the opening 10 minutes, added three more in the fourth quarter and were ahead 32-0 before the Blue Bombers broke the shutout with less than four minutes remaining. The Ticats feasted on turnovers, as Hamilton players recovered six Winnipeg fumbles, and intercepted a pair of passes. Ray Bawel put the Tiger-Cats on the scoreboard in the opening quarter, returning Dennis Mendyk’s fumble 50 yards for a touchdown. He was a standout on defence, intercepting two passes and recovering another fumble later in the game on the Hamilton four-yard line. Less than four minutes later, a fumble by Stave Canakes on the kickoff was recovered by Gino Denoble. Four plays later, Bernie Faloney ran six yards to put Hamilton in front 13-0. The score remained this way until the fourth quarter, when the Hamilton offence exploded for 19 points. Gerry McDougall scored from the 27-yard line, shaking off a couple of tacklers and carrying a third across the goal line. Paul Dekker’s recovery of a Winnipeg fumble moments later set up the first of two touchdowns by Cookie Gilchrist. Barry Roseborough threw a 41-yard pass to Ernie Pitts to put the Bombers on the Hamilton 15 to set up Winnipeg’s only touchdown. Roseborough threw a short pass to Dennis Mendyk who ran 10 to the end zone. One of the most bizarre moments in Grey Cup history took place in the fourth quarter. Bawel intercepted a pass in front of Ernie Pitts and as he raced down the sideline, a fan who happened to be in the vicinity stuck out his foot and tripped him. The referee penalized the Bombers half the distance to the goal line, giving Hamilton a first down on the Winnipeg 21. Cookie Gilchrist ran 16 yards for a touchdown two plays later. The fan was able to slip into the stands unpunished. The Tiger-Cats made the short trip home from Toronto to Steeltown, where 25,000 welcomed their conquering heroes at Market Square in Hamilton.
EASTERN CONFERENCE            WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland      6  1 0 122  63 San Francisco  5  2 0 158 156
New York       5  2 0 158 108 Detroit        4  3 0 154 168
Pittsburgh     4  3 0  94 122 Baltimore      4  3 0 182 132
Chi Cards      2  5 0 140 172 Los Angeles    3  4 0 152 137
Washington     2  5 0 143 166 Chi Bears      3  4 0 132 134
Philadelphia   2  5 0 111 126 GREEN BAY      2  5 0 121 183
WEEK EIGHT
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 17
Baltimore 29, CHI BEARS 14                 WASHINGTON 30, Cleveland 30(T)
DETROIT 31, San Francisco 10               New YORK 13, Philadelphia 0
Los Angeles 31, Green Bay 27 at Milwaukee
EASTERN CONFERENCE            WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland      6  1 1 152  93 San Francisco  5  3 0 168 187
New York       6  2 0 171 108 Detroit        5  3 0 185 178
Pittsburgh     4  3 0  94 122 Baltimore      5  3 0 211 146
Chi Cards      2  5 0 140 172 Los Angeles    4  4 0 183 164
Washington     2  5 1 173 196 Chi Bears      3  5 0 146 163
Philadelphia   2  6 0 111 139 GREEN BAY      2  6 0 148 214
WEEK NINE
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 24
Chicago Bears 27, DETROIT 7                PHILADELPHIA 21, Washington 12
Green Bay 27, PITTSBURGH 10                CLEVELAND 45, Los Angeles 31
New York 28, CHICAGO CARDINALS 21          BALTIMORE 27, San Francisco 21
EASTERN CONFERENCE            WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland      7  1 1 197 124 Baltimore      6  3 0 238 167
New York       7  2 0 199 129 Detroit        5  4 0 192 205
Pittsburgh     4  4 0 104 149 San Francisco  5  4 0 189 214
Philadelphia   3  6 0 132 151 Los Angeles    4  5 0 214 209
Washington     2  6 1 185 217 Chi Bears      4  5 0 173 170
Chi Cards      2  6 0 161 200 GREEN BAY      3  6 0 175 224
WEEK TEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28
DETROIT 18, Green Bay 6
SUNDAY DECEMBER 1
CLEVELAND 31, Chicago Cards 0              BALTIMORE 31, Los Angeles 14
San Francisco 27, NEW YORK 17              PHILADELPHIA 7, Pittsburgh 6
Washington 14, CHICAGO BEARS 3
EASTERN CONFERENCE            WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland      8  1 1 228 124 Baltimore      7  3 0 269 181
New York       7  3 0 216 156 Detroit        6  4 0 210 211
Pittsburgh     4  5 0 110 156 San Francisco  6  4 0 216 231
Philadelphia   4  6 0 139 157 Los Angeles    4  6 0 228 240
Washington     3  6 1 199 220 Chi Bears      4  6 0 176 184
Chi Cards      2  7 0 161 231 GREEN BAY      3  7 0 181 242
WEEK ELEVEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 7
PITTSBURGH 21, New York 10
SUNDAY DECEMBER 8
SAN FRANCISCO 17, Baltimore 13             CHICAGO BEARS 14, Chicago Cards 6
DETROIT 20, Cleveland 7                    LOS ANGELES 42, Green Bay 17
WASHINGTON 42, Philadelphia 7
EASTERN CONFERENCE            WESTERN CONFERENCE
X-Cleveland    8  2 1 235 144 San Francisco  7  4 0 233 244
New York       7  4 0 226 177 Detroit        7  4 0 230 218
Pittsburgh     5  5 0 131 166 Baltimore      7  4 0 282 198
Washington     4  6 1 241 227 Los Angeles    5  6 0 270 257
Philadelphia   4  7 0 146 199 Chi Bears      5  6 0 190 190
Chi Cards      2  8 0 167 245 GREEN BAY      3  8 0 198 284
X-Clinched Division Title                                  
WEEK TWELVE
SATURDAY DECEMBER 14
Chicago Cards 31, PHILADELPHIA 27
SUNDAY DECEMBER 15
Cleveland 34, NEW YORK 28                  LOS ANGELES 37, Baltimore 21
Detroit 21, CHICAGO BEARS 13               SAN FRANCISCO 27, Green Bay 20
WASHINGTON 10, Pittsburgh 3
EASTERN CONFERENCE            WESTERN CONFERENCE
X-Cleveland    9  2 1 269 172 Y-S. Francisco 8  4 0 260 264
New York       7  5 0 254 211 Y-Detroit      8  4 0 251 231
Pittsburgh     5  6 0 134 176 Baltimore      7  5 0 303 235
Washington     5  6 1 251 230 Los Angeles    6  6 0 307 278
Philadelphia   4  8 0 173 230 Chi Bears      5  7 0 203 211
Chi Cards      3  8 0 198 272 GREEN BAY      3  9 0 218 311
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Tie for Div Title 
WEEK THIRTEEN
SUNDAY DECEMBER 22
Pittsburgh 27, CHI CARDS 2
EASTERN CONFERENCE            WESTERN CONFERENCE
X-Cleveland    9  2 1 269 172 Y-S. Francisco 8  4 0 260 264
New York       7  5 0 254 211 Y-Detroit      8  4 0 251 231
Pittsburgh     6  6 0 161 178 Baltimore      7  5 0 303 235
Washington     5  6 1 251 230 Los Angeles    6  6 0 307 278
Philadelphia   4  8 0 173 230 Chi Bears      5  7 0 203 211
Chi Cards      3  9 0 200 299 GREEN BAY      3  9 0 218 311
X-Clinched Division Title 
WESTERN CONFERENCE PLAYOFF (December 22 at San Francisco)
DETROIT LIONS (8-4) 31, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (8-4) 27
1957 NFL TITLE (December 27 at Detroit)
DETROIT LIONS (9-4) 59, CLEVELAND BROWNS (9-2-1) 14
WEEK ONE
THURSDAY AUGUST 15
Edmonton 21, WINNIPEG 14 (18029) - The Eskimos rolled up 298 yards on the ground, and 107 more through the air, while the defense held Winnipeg's powerful backfield to 112 yards and allowed only 138 yards via Ihe pass.
SATURDAY AUGUST 17
B. COLUMBIA 44, Saskatchewan 20 (26807) - HBs By Bailey and Paul Cameron each scored two Lion TDs, while E Vic Chapman and HB Primo Villanueva got one each. The Lions outrushed the Riders 269 yards to 87.
MONDAY AUGUST 19
CALGARY 8, British Columbia 1 (10000) - The Stamps blocked a B.C. field goal attempt from the Calgary 25 with 30 seconds left. Chuck Zickefoose picked up the loose ball and ran for the clinching TD.
EDMONTON 37, Saskatchewan 7 (20000) - The Eskimos trampled the injury-weakened Riders thanks to fine passing by Don Getty, sensational running by Jackie Parker and line play that tore the Rider front wall to shreds.
WIFU
Edmonton    2  0 0  58  21  4 Winnipeg    0  1 0  14  21  0
Calgary     1  0 0   8   1  2 Saskatch    0  2 0  27  81  0
British Col 1  1 0  45  28  2
WEEK TWO
TUESDAY AUGUST 20
OTTAWA 20, Hamilton 7 (18000) - The game was tied at halftime at seven, before Ottawa scored once in each of the final two quarters, the final clinching score coming on a 1-yard plunge by Tom Lewis.
MONTREAL 29, Toronto 28 (21632) - Statistically, the Argos outplayed the Alouettes in just about every category. They gained 429 yards passing, where Montreal gained 297 and outrushed the Als 112 yards to 85.
FRIDAY AUGUST 23
Ottawa 22, TORONTO 17 (21566) - The Riders scored two TDs and a single in the second quarter to lead 15-0 and after the Argos cut the margin to 15-10 early in the third the Riders drew away by scoring another TD.
SATURDAY AUGUST 24
Winnipeg 7, SASKATCHEWAN 3 (12500) - The game was only five minutes old when the Riders' Larry Isbell went back to punt from his own 14. Steve Patrick blocked the kick, then landed on the loose ball for the only TD.
CALGARY 10, Edmonton 6 (16000) - QB Jim Finks, a six-year NFL veteran, crashed over centre from the one-yard line midway through the fourth quarter to give the Stampeders their winning margin.
HAMILTON 22, Montreal 6 (17000) - The Ti-Cats had only 84 yards rushing and none passing in the first half, before they rallied behind three interceptions and two fumble recoveries in the second half.
MONDAY AUGUST 26
Calgary 22, BRITISH COLUMBIA 20 (28100) - Calgary made a great second half comeback to remain perfect. The Stamps, who did not win a game from B.C. last season, scored two TDs in the final half and held B.C. scoreless.
WIFU                          IRFU
Calgary     3  0 0  40  27  6 Ottawa      2  0 0  42  24  4
Edmonton    2  1 0  64  31  4 Montreal    1  1 0  35  50  2
Winnipeg    1  1 0  21  24  2 Hamilton    1  1 0  29  26  2
British Col 1  2 0  65  50  2 Toronto     0  2 0  45  51  0
Saskatch    0  3 0  30  88  0
WEEK THREE
FRIDAY AUGUST 30
WINNIPEG 20, British Columbia 14 (16442) - It was an entertaining game to everyone except Bombers RB Bob Davenport, lost for the season, as Winnipeg overcame a 14-13 halftime deficit with a TD early in the fourth quarter.
SATURDAY AUGUST 31
CALGARY 26, Saskatchewan 22 - The Stampeders led 26-1 before the Riders scored three straight TDs in the fourth quarter. Bobby Marlow scored the last with 25 seconds remaining to end the scoring and the rally.
MONTREAL 22, Ottawa 21 (22984) - Sam Etcheverry set up two TDs with his passing, scored one himself and kicked the single point that upheld Ottawa's record of having lost every game in Montreal since 1953.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2
EDMONTON 41, Winnipeg 8 (17000) - Jackie Parker gave up his left- halfback position to substitute for QB Don Getty who has an injured knee. Parker crossed for two TDs himself, and passed to Bill Walker for another.
SASKATCHEWAN 28, Brit Col 13 (14497) - QB Frank Tripucka fired passes to Ken Carpenter for two TDs as the Riders picked up their first win of the season. Tripucka also scored on a quarterback sneak.
HAMILTON 35, Toronto 8 (21685) - The Argos held the Tiger-Cats to an 8-8 half-time tie, before Hamilton struck for four TDs in the second half before a record crowd. Cookie Gilchrist led the charge with two scores.
WIFU                          IRFU
Calgary     4  0 0  66  49  8 Ottawa      2  1 0  63  46  4
Edmonton    3  1 0 105  39  6 Montreal    2  1 0  57  71  4
Winnipeg    2  2 0  49  79  4 Hamilton    2  1 0  64  34  4
British Col 1  4 0  92  98  2 Toronto     0  3 0  53  86  0
Saskatch    1  4 0  80 127  2
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6
Hamilton 20, TORONTO 9 (23194) - QB Bernie Faloney, the former Edmonton pivot, guided the Ticats to their second straight triumph over Argonauts. He scored one of Hamilton's two TDs, Eddie Macon had the other.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7
WINNIPEG 35, Saskatchewan 29 (15975) - Down six with less than three minutes left, Frank Tripucka filled the air to lead the Riders from its own 25. The only run saw Bobby Marlow stopped at the Bomber two on the last play.
Edmonton 35, BRIT COLUMBIA 13 (26121) - Edmonton outrushed B.C. 317 yards to 120. Fullbacks John Bright and Normie Kwong were the leading point getters, each scoring two Edmonton touchdowns.
OTTAWA 17, Montreal 16 (19998) - Garry Schreider kicked a 30-yard FG with 55 seconds to play to give Ottawa the win. Schreider scored 10 points in the final period on a TD and conversion, plus his game-winning FG.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 9
EDMONTON 22, Calgary 2 (20000) - Edmonton broke open a tight defensive ball game with two fourth-quarter TDs. Normie Kwong and John Bright counted the TDs, Kwong a 2-yard plunge, Bright a 22-yard burst.
WIFU                          IRFU
Edmonton    5  1 0 162  54 10 Ottawa      3  1 0  80  62  6
Calgary     4  1 0  68  71  8 Hamilton    3  1 0  84  43  6
Winnipeg    3  2 0  84 108  6 Montreal    2  2 0  73  88  4
British Col 1  5 0 105 133  2 Toronto     0  4 0  62 106  0
Saskatch    1  5 0 109 162  2
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14
Winnipeg 40, CALGARY 13 (16000) - Winnipeg rushed for 404 yards, just 37 short of the league record set by
Edmonton Eskimos in 1951, and completed five of nine passes for an additional 117 yards in the rout.
EDMONTON 25, Brit Columbia 6 (17500) - 22-year old Ken Hall, filling in for an injured Rollie Miles, scored one TD for the Eskimos, while Jackie Parker and Normie Kwong had Edmonton TDs of their own.
HAMILTON 18, Ottawa 14 (22010) - Before a record crowd, Gerry McDougall plowed over the Ottawa goal line five minutes into the fourth quarter to seal the win for the Ti-Cats in a battle of first place teams.
MONTREAL 43, Toronto 1 (22712) - From the time Sam Etcheverry started pitching TD passes in the first quarter, the Als were in command. Toronto committed eight fumbles, and recovered only two of them.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 16
SASKATCHEWAN 44, Calgary 27 (11500) - Bobby Marlow paced the Saskatchewan scorers with two TDs. Sam
Wesley, Harry Lunn, Larry Isbell and Stan Williams scored the others as the Riders kept their playoff hopes alive.
Winnipeg 41, BRITISH COL 21 (22218) - Winnipeg QB Kenny Ploen plunged for one TD and fired passes and carried the ball in two other TD forays. Gerry James, the bruising pouncer, scored two TDs for the Bombers.
WIFU                          IRFU
Edmonton    6  1 0 187  60 12 Hamilton    4  1 0 102  57  8
Winnipeg    5  2 0 165 142 10 Ottawa      3  2 0  94  80  6
Calgary     4  3 0 108 155  8 Montreal    3  2 0 116  89  6
Saskatch    2  5 0 153 189  4 Toronto     0  5 0  63 149  0
British Col 1  7 0 132 199  2
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21
WINNIPEG 30, Calgary 7 (18322) - QB Kenny Ploen competed 11 of 18 passes as the Bombers won their fourth straight game, while Stampeders QB Jim Finks struggled, completing only 10 of 26 attempts.
Edmonton 24, SASKATCHEWAN 17 (13754) - Johnny Bright gained 175 yards as Edmonton maintained their margin at the top of the WIFU. The burly FB tore through the Saskatchewan line as he carried the ball 30 times.
Ottawa 55, TORONTO 14 (15845) - Ottawa struck for eight TDs in the biggest scoring output of the season in the Big Four. Bobby Judd's 112-yard TD run started the scoring, as the Riders piled on 28 points in the fourth quarter.
MONTREAL 18, Hamilton 8 (22984) - Bill Bewley's FG and Sam Etcheverry's TD pass to Hal Patterson carried Montreal to the win with a fourth-quarter rally, forcing a three-way tie for first in the Big Four.
WIFU                          IRFU
Edmonton    7  1 0 211  77 14 Hamilton    4  2 0 110  75  8
Winnipeg    6  2 0 195 149 12 Ottawa      4  2 0 149  94  8
Calgary     4  4 0 115 185  8 Montreal    4  2 0 134  97  8
Saskatch    2  6 0 170 213  4 Toronto     0  6 0  77 204  0
British Col 1  7 0 132 199  2
WEEK SEVEN
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25
CALGARY 22, British Columbia 21 (11000) - A small crowd watched the Stamps for TDs in the first, second and third quarters and then collapse under a surging B.C. offensive, but the Lions lost their eighth straight.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28
EDMONTON 37, Saskatchewan 12 (18000) - Edmonton's Johnny Bright ran for 120 yards to boost his season total to 944. He has seven more games to try for the season record of 1,440 yards set by Normie Kwong.
Montreal 14, HAMILTON 8 (21115) - Hal Patterson scored two TDs to spark Montreal to the win. Patterson brought the Alouettes from behind in the dying minutes with a dazzling TD pass from quarterback Sam Etcheverry.
OTTAWA 40, Toronto 21 (16506) - The Rough Riders jumped to a 20-0 lead in the first quarter, mainly as a result of miscues by the disorganized Toronto club and made it 33-7 at half time to keep the Argos winless.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 30
WINNIPEG 28, Edmonton 27 (20253) - Gerry James, Ernie Pitts, Leo Lewis and Frank Gillam scored a touchdown apiece for Bombers, who moved within two points of first place before a record Winnipeg crowd.
BR COL 21, Saskatchewan 21(T) (19398) - On third down, with 1:01 remaining and Saskatchewan on the Lion six-yard line, Frank Tripucka handed to Vic Marks, but Ed Sharkey stopped Marks in his tracks for the tie.
WIFU                            IRFU
Edmonton    8 2  0 275 117 16 Montreal  5  2 0 148 105 10
Winnipeg    7  2 0 223 176 14 Ottawa    5  2 0 189 115 10
Calgary     5  4 0 137 206 10 Hamilton  4  3 0 118 89   8
Saskatch    2  7 1 203 271  5 Toronto   0  7 0 98 244   0
British Col 1  8 1 174 242  3                           
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY OCTOBER 5
EDMONTON 41, Winnipeg 0 (16000) - A hard-hitting Edmonton line held the Bombers to just seven first downs 
Cleveland Browns (9-2-1)
Head Coach: Paul Brown
Passing Leader: Tommy O'Connell (1229)
Rushing Leader: Jim Brown (942)
Receiving Leader: Pete Brewster (30-614)
1957 - The Year in Football
Washington Redskins (5-6-1)
Head Coach: Joe Kuharich
Passing Leader: Eddie LeBaron (1508)
Rushing Leader: Don Bosseler (673)
Receiving Leader: Johnny Carson (34-583)
Pittsburgh Steelers (6-6)
Head Coach: Buddy Parker
Passing Leader: Earl Morrall (1900)
Rushing Leader: Billy Wells (532)
Receiving Leader: Jack McClairen (46-630)
Los Angeles Rams (6-6)
Head Coach: Sid Gillman
Passing Leader: Norm Van Brocklin (2105)
Rushing Leader: Tommy Wilson (616)
Receiving Leader: Crazy Legs Hirsch (32-477)
Chicago Bears (5-7)
Head Coach: Paddy Driscoll
Passing Leader: Ed Brown (1321)
Rushing Leader: Rick Casares (700)
Receiving Leader: Jim Dooley (37-530)
Philadelphia Eagles (4-8)
Head Coach: Hugh Devore
Passing Leader: Bobby Thomason (630)
Rushing Leader: Billy Barnes (529)
Receiving Leader: Billy Barnes (19-212)
Chicago Cardinals (3-9)
Head Coach: Ray Richards
Passing Leader: Lamar McHan (1568)
Rushing Leader: Ollie Matson (577)
Receiving Leader: Gern Nagler (27-245)
New York Giants (7-5-1)
Head Coach: Jim Lee Howell
Passing Leader: Charlie Conerly (1712)
Rushing Leader: Frank Gifford (528)
Receiving Leader: Frank Gifford (41-588)
Baltimore Colts (7-5)
Head Coach: Weeb Ewbank
Passing Leader: Johnny Unitas (2550)
Rushing Leader: Alan Ameche (493)
Receiving Leader: Raymond Berry (47-800)
Detroit Lions (8-4)
Head Coach: Buddy Parker
Passing Leader: Bobby Layne (1169)
Rushing Leader: John Henry Johnson (621)
Receiving Leader: Jim Doran (33-624)
San Francisco 49ers (8-4)
Head Coach: Frankie Albert
Passing Leader: Y.A. Tittle (2157)
Rushing Leader: Hugh McElhenny (478)
Receiving Leader: Billy Wilson (52-757)
Green Bay Packers (3-9)
Head Coach: Lisle Blackbourn
Passing Leader: Bart Starr (1489)
Rushing Leader: Don McElhenny (384)
Receiving Leader: Billy Howton (38-727)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (10-4)
Head Coach: Jim Trimble
Passing Leader: Bernie Faloney (1759)
Rushing Leader: Gerry McDougal (1053)
Receiving Leader: Paul Dekker (31-478)
Toronto Argonauts (4-10)
Head Coach: Hampton Pool
Passing Leader: Tom Dublinski (863)
Rushing Leader: Dick Shatto (875)
Receiving Leader: Menan Schreier (43-691)
Ottawa Rough Riders (8-6)
Head Coach: Fran Clair
Passing Leader: Tom Dimitroff (1750)
Rushing Leader: Bobby Judd (653)
Receiving Leader: Al Pfeiffer (44-700)
Montreal Alouettes (6-8)
Head Coach: Douglas Walker
Passing Leader: Sam Etcheverry (3341)
Rushing Leader: Pat Abbruzzi (809)
Receiving Leader: Red O'Quinn (61-1006)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (12-4)
Head Coach: Bud Grant
Passing Leader: Kenny Ploen (1284)
Rushing Leader: Gerry James (1192)
Receiving Leader: Ernie Pitts (38-683)
Edmonton Eskimos (14-2)
Head Coach: Pop Ivy
Passing Leader: Don Getty (1359)
Rushing Leader: Johnny Bright (1679)
Receiving Leader: Jackie Parker (27-559)
Calgary Stampeders (6-10)
Head Coach: Otis Douglas
Passing Leader: Norbert Wirkowski (1736)
Rushing Leader: Al Valdes (553)
Receiving Leader: Jack Gotta (39-652)
Saskatchewan Roughriders (3-12-1)
Head Coach: Frank Filchock
Passing Leader: Frank Tripucka (2589)
Rushing Leader: Bobby Marlow (749)
Receiving Leader: Ron Dundas (38-625)
British Columbia Lions (4-11-1)
Head Coach: Clem Crowe
Passing Leader: Maury Duncan (1827)
Rushing Leader: Byron Bailey (885)
Receiving Leader: Paul Cameron (36-593)