By John Turney
In over 20 years of reading
One of the better ones was in Detroit, where the writer often added some extra color to the account.
Tommy Davis missed a short field goal and the writer apparently could tell that the kicker was embarrassed.
Here is the play from NFL Films (Fair use claim-for education and criticism)
occurred in 1970, when Lions receiver Chuck Hughes died of a heart attack, the writer included the sounds of the ambulance sirens that were coming to take Hughes to the hospital.