The 1949 New York Bulldogs season was their first season in New York in the NFL after having played five years as the Boston Yanks, and last as the Bulldogs (subsequently becoming the New York Yanks).
The head coach was Charley Ewart, previously the general manager (and backfield coach) for the Philadelphia Eagles who played college football at Yale. Signed to a three-year contract he resigned the day after the regular season's final game, a 27–0 home loss to Pittsburgh with just over 4,000 in attendance.
|Back center length(measured from HSP to the hem)||72.5||75||77.5||80||82.5|
|1/2chest width(measured directly under armpits)||51.7||55.5||59.3||63.1||66.9|
|1/2waist width (measured 40cm down from HSP)||51.2||55||58.8||62.6||66.4|
|1/2bottom width measured straight||50.7||54.5||58.3||62.1||65.9|
|Shoulder to shoulder width||45||47.5||50||52.5||55|
|Sleeve length from CB incl cuffs||88||90.5||93||95.5||98|
|1/2 across front width(measured from center armhole to center armhole in front)||20.8||22||23.3||24.5||25.8|
|1/2 across back width (measured from center armhole to center armhole at the back)||20.3||21.5||22.8||24||25.3|