Detroit Lions end Ace Gutowsky circa 1934. He helped the Lions 1934 defense give up an astonishingly low total of only 59 points over the entire 13-game slate. Gutowsky would also finish his career in 1938 as the Lions all-time leading rusher with 2,445 yards, on 698 carries.
Claude Humphrey / Humphrey's stellar career included being named First-team All-Pro five times (1971-'74, and 1977), Second- Team All-Pro three times (1969, 1970, 1976), and All-NFC six times (1970-'74, 1977). He was Second-Team All-NFC in 1976 when Humphrey unofficially recorded a career high 15 quarterback sacks. In addition Humphrey was named to the Pro Bowl six times over the span of his career (1970-'74 & 1977). FINALLY in the Hall of Fame as of 2014.
Earl (Dutch) Clark____Class of 1963 Quarterback. 6-0, 185 (Colorado College) 1931-1932 Portsmouth Spartans, 1934-1938 Detroit Lions. Called signals, played tailback, did everything superbly well . NFL's last dropkicking specialist. All-NFL six of seven years. NFL scoring champ three years. Led Lions to 1935 NFL title. Scored 368 points on 42 TDs, 71 PATs, 15 FGs . Player-coach final two seasons. Born October 11, 1906, in Fowler, Colorado. Died August 5, 1978, at age of 71.
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Barry Sanders, whether you agree with me or not, is the greatest running back of all time. Not Emmit Smith. Barry Sanders. #20. Smith had a great O-line in front of him as well as a great QB who had great receivers, providing a balanced attack. Barry was IT for the Lions. They had some good WR's, but never a great QB, and a piss-poor O-line throughout his career. Take that into account & compare stats again. Sanders wins by a mile. Its a shame he never had a chance to compete for a title.