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.
Mike Sarbaugh, congratulates Yan Gomes after his solo home run off Tampa Bay Rays reliever Kirby Yates during the eighth inning Monday, June 29, 2015, in St. Petersburg, Fla. The Indians defeated the Rays 7-1. (AP Photo/Steve Nesius)
The rise and fall of Sonny Gray = Any season prior to this one, you would sit at Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California and be surrounded by signs painted in green and gold with Sonny Gray’s name plastered all over them. But it’s 2016, and Sonny.....
Cleveland Indians' third base coach Mike Sarbaugh congratulates Francisco Lindor after Lindor hit a two-run home run seventh inning against the Kansas City Royals, Saturday, June 4, 2016, At Progressive Field. Indians won 7-1 (AP Photo/David Dermer)