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September 9, 1987 Table Of Contents

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Yesterday

On the road again and again...

In 117 days during 1926-27, Duluth played 29 games—27 away

By Ralph J. Hickok

First Person

A fan for the ages

For some, it's a three-century wait to get a Redskins season ticket

By Penny Ward Moser

NFL '87

The Chase Is On

The Giants will be hard to catch this season, and labor peace may be elusive, too

By Paul Zimmerman

Raiders And Cowboys

Trapped By the Past

Time has finally caught up with the Raiders and Cowboys, the NFL's fallen superteams

By Rick Reilly

Centers And Noseguards

Brutal Face-off

The finest corps of centers and noseguards ever is having an explosive impact on the game

By Paul Zimmerman

Less-Man Football

Eleven Is a Big Fat Crowd

Sorry, Dr. Z, but there are too many players—no-necks in particular

By Frank Deford

NFC East

DR. Z's SCOUTING REPORTS

By Paul Zimmerman

Legend In the Making

After only two seasons, tight end Mark Bavaro has quietly become a giant among Giants

By Paul Zimmerman

NFC Central

SCOUTING REPORT

By Rick Telander

Linebacker Music

When Motown's Jimmy Williams plays, he loves to hear the sound of his hits

By Rick Telander

NFC West

SCOUTING REPORT

By Rick Reilly

Biggest Change In Town

Los Angeles guard Dennis Harrah did a life-style flip from Mr. Never Callitanight to Mr. Mom

By Rick Reilly

AFC East

SCOUTING REPORT

By Austin Murphy

Steamin' Stanley

Just when it looked as if he was all washed-up, the Patriots' Stanley Morgan made a splashy comeback

By Austin Murphy

AFC Central

SCOUTING REPORT

By Sam Toperoff

Open Season in Pittsburgh

Steeler quarterback Mark Malone took his share of shots—and more—in a grim 1986 campaign

By Sam Toperoff

AFC West

SCOUTING REPORT

By Paul Zimmerman

The Secondary Is Primary In K.C.

Constituting a whole greater than the sum of its parts, Kansas City's defensive backfield may be the best ever

By Paul Zimmerman

Television

Monday Man

Dan Dierdorf hopes that, unlike some other old pros, he'll survive on 'Monday Night Football'

By William Taaffe

Point After

Don't play it again

The NFL should do away with the instant replay

By Jack McCallum

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr