No more roar

King, Peter
October 1992
Sports Illustrated;10/26/92, Vol. 77 Issue 18, p65
Presents an evaluation of the Detroit Lions professional football team. Barry Sanders, the best running back in the game; Hampered by a poor defense; Defense riddled with injuries; Ground game getting hammered; Abandons early-season strategy; The Silver Stretch has hurt them; Barry needs space to run; Four guards who have not made much of an impression on anyone.


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