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"Bobby never lost a game. Some days, time just ran out on him."
(Texas)...6'1'', 201...Robert Lawrence Layne. . .Texas All-America, 1947. . .Led Lions to four divisional, three NFL titles in 1950s. . . Exceptional field leader, at best in clutch. . .Last-second TD pass won 1953 NFL title game. . . Also kicked field goals. . . All-NFL, 1952, 1956. . .Second-team All-NFL four times. . .NFL scoring champ, 1956. . . Career record: 1,814 completions for 26,768 yards, 196 TDs; 2,451 yards rushing; 372 points scored. . .Born December 19, 1926, in Santa Anna, Texas. . .Died December 1, 1986, at age of 59.
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Posted on 12 Feb
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