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What was the highesht scoring game in NFL history?

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The highest scoring game in NFL history combined was on November 27, 1966 when the Washington Redskins defeated the New York Giants 72-41 for a total of 113. The highest scoring game in NFL history for one team would be 73, when the Chicago Bears defeated the Washington Redskins 73-0 on December 8, 1940 in the NFL Championship Game.

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