Card-Pitt was the name for the team created by the temporary merger of two National Football League (NFL) teams, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Chicago Cardinals, during the 1944 season. The teams were forced to merge because both had lost many players to military service due to World War II. After the season the merger was dissolved, and with the war over by the start of the following season traditional operations resumed for both teams. The two teams together did poorly as the combined team finished with a 0-10 record in the Western Division. Sportswriters called the team the "Car-Pitts" (carpets).
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