1953 Detroit Lions

1953 Detroit Lions

In 1953 the Detroit Lions wond their second consecutive and third overall (NFL) championship. This was before the Super Bowl Era. The Lions took a 7–0 lead in the first quarter on a one-yard touchdown run by Doak Walker. The Lions totally dominated the game largely because of their defense. The Lions’ defensive backfield limited Otto Graham, a future Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee, to two completions and had 2 interceptions Otto Graham had only 15 passes for a total of four passing yards. The Detroit Free Press called it Graham’s “darkest day in eight years of pro ball.”

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