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CONTENTS

Sept. 07, 1992
Sept. 07, 1992

Table of Contents
Sept. 7, 1992

Focus
Fishing
Blue Jays
'92 NFL Preview
Sailing
Reporter-At-Large
Point After

CONTENTS

10
REELING AND DEALING
The Toronto Blue Jays landed David Cone but didn't slow their rivals
BY HANK HERSCH

This is an article from the Sept. 7, 1992 issue Original Layout

14
CHILD'S PLAY
The Philippines romped to victory in the Little League World Series
BY MERRELL NODEN

NFL PREVIEW

18
CATCH THE RISING STARS
Gifted wide receivers are stealing the show in unprecedented numbers
BY PETER KING

32
A MONK'S EXISTENCE
Washington wideout Art Monk remains a distant, mysterious figure
BY WILLIAM NACK

42
WAR STORIES
Hall of Famers Lance Alworth and Willie Brown recall their classic battles
BY PAUL ZIMMERMAN

46
SUNDAY BEST
San Francisco's Jerry Rice dominates his position like no other player

58
'NEVER BACK DOWN'
Pittsburgh cornerback Rod Woodson learned that lesson early in life
BY JILL LIEBER

64
THE TEAM OF THE '90S?
The youthful Dallas Cowboys are primed to put their brand on the decade
BY PAUL ZIMMERMAN

78
THE RIDDLE OF THE KICKER
Finding a placekicker who won't choke in the clutch is a puzzling chore
BY PETER KING

SCOUTING REPORTS

NFC EAST 70
NFC CENTRAL 72
NFC WEST 74
AFC EAST 82
AFC CENTRAL 84
AFC WEST 86

BY PAUL ZIMMERMAN

92
DEEP INTO HIS JOB
Dallas's Jimmy Johnson won't come up for air until he wins a Super Bowl
BY ED HINTON

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

9
SCORECARD

88
PRO FOOTBALL

109
FOR THE RECORD

110
BASEBALL

112
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY PETER READ MILLER

PHOTOJOHN BIEVERDown and Dirty: Although Saint wide receiver Eric Martin bit the dust on this play, wideouts all over the league are flying high (page 18).