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The Nfl In The 1970s

Author : Joe Zagorski
ISBN : 9780786497904
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 68.44 MB
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"Definitive...an ideal resource for football historians as well as casual fans seeking to get a sense of a phenomenal decade in NFL history."--Library Journal "The 1970s was the decade of The Godfather, Watergate and disco. It was also the decade of Monday Night Football, America's Team and the Steel Curtain. Author Joe Zagorski's lively, well-researched book explains how rival leagues, the NFL and AFL, came together and the modern era of pro football was born."--McCann Award-winning sportswriter Ray Didinger "Finally, a book about the decade of football that defined the game for the Boomer Generation, a decade when the NFL supplanted Major League Baseball as our national past-time and became a cultural obsession. This is when the Me Decade collided with the ultimate team sport. And in this book, Mr. Zagorski has provided the perfect balance, weaving complex historical narrative into a series of wonderful stories and personality portraits that will forever live in the fabric of American sports."--Sal Paolantonio, ESPN National Correspondent "Zagorski does a fantastic job of telling the story of the NFL during the decade of the 1970s. Full of wonderful anecdotes from an era of pro football worth remembering."--Chris Willis, NFL Films "If you grew up in the 1970s and want to reconnect with your memories, this is the book for you. It’s well researched and full of details from names to events to memorable games."--Cliff Christl, team historian, Green Bay Packers "The 1970s saw one of the most significant changes in modern NFL history, as two leagues became one and the NFL became an intra-league battle for supremacy on the gridiron. Mr. Zagorski's dynamic and historical account of this period is informative."--Bob Swick, editor and publisher of Gridiron Greats magazine "This book is a nostalgic walk back through memory lane and the decade of the 1970s, the decade of dynasties when the NFL captured the imagination of the nation's sports fans with larger than life teams and personalities. It was a time and a place that will never be duplicated again and the author captures all the highlights in this book that you won't want to put down."--Vito Stellino, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "It was a self-indulgent era, preoccupied with personal appearance and artistic self-expression. Pro football was a reflection of the times."--NFL Films documentary The Super Seventies. The 1970 merger between the American Football League and the National Football League laid the foundation for a stronger brand of gridiron competition, providing a new level of excitement for fans. This book examines each year of the NFL's pivotal decade in detail, covering the great names, great rivalries and great games, as well as the key changes in both strategy and rules. Along the way, the author explains how pro football developed into a near-religious American tradition.
Category: Sports & Recreation

How To Beat The Pro Football Pointspread

Author : Bobby Smith
ISBN : 9781602393073
Genre : Games & Activities
File Size : 37.98 MB
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An indispensable reference for football bettors covering every aspect of betting.
Category: Games & Activities

Vip Pass To A Pro Football Game Day

Author : Clay Latimer
ISBN : 9781429654616
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 30.29 MB
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"Describes various activities and people who work behind the scenes during a National Football League game"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Drafting To Win

Author : Robert Zarzycki
ISBN : 9781467030595
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 85.29 MB
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Fantasy Football has quickly become a multi-billion dollar industry! Finally, for the millions of fantasy footballers who play for fun and/or money, here is a serious, comprehensive guide that teaches fantasy football from its basic terminology and fundamentals to the advanced strategies and systems needed to win consistently. In Drafting To Win: The Ultimate Guide To Fantasy Football, author Robert Zarzycki finally reveals how he uses his unmatched psychological, mathematical, and football knowledge to draft players and make a long-term profit in one of today’s fastest growing hobbies. Learn How To: Select a league Rank Players Project Statistics Apply static and dynamic value-based drafting Strategize for every single round Handle being “on the clock” Significantly increase your overall chances of winning Book Quotes: "Robert''s indisputable record of success in high-stakes competition makes DRAFTING TO WIN a must-read for all serious Fantasy players." – Bob Harris, TFL Report “Robert''s accomplishments in the World Championship of Fantasy Football are unparalleled. His back-to-back finishes in the top three demonstrate his cunning understanding of how to win." -- Roger Craig, three-time Super Bowl Champion, San Francisco 49ers
Category: Fiction

I Play To Win

Author : FREDDIE STEINMARK
ISBN :
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The Playbook For Dads

Author : Jim Kelly
ISBN : 9780892967698
Genre : Religion
File Size : 23.52 MB
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On the football field NFL great Jim Kelly was a strong-armed passer, leading his team to victory after victory. In THE PLAYBOOK FOR DADS he passes principles instead of footballs, still using his talent to lead men, but now he leads them to greatness as fathers, in his view the world's most important job. With an emphasis on preparation, hard work and perseverance, Kelly tackles such essential issues as respect, character, accountability and spiritual discipline. From commitment and courage to honesty and humility, Kelly's lessons-learned on and off the field- guide men striving to be the fathers God designed them to be ­- so their children can grow to be everything they are meant to be. Conversational and refreshingly honest, Jim challenges fathers to work hard, pray for their children often, love their wives and implement these principles. Both practical and inspirational this is Jim Kelly coaching every dad how to be the star quarterback for the home team-his family.
Category: Religion

Sidelines

Author : Ben Higgs
ISBN : 0962964824
Genre : Football
File Size : 62.24 MB
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Written by some of the best sportswriters in the history of the game, Sidelines presents the NFL and its heroes (both the famous and the lesser known) from an insider's view of the game. Each NFL team is profiled with page after page of fascinating facts, illustration, and prize-winning photography. The book includes 288 pages of brilliant color photos and features a specially-designed 3-D Polaroid Mirage hologram on the cover. (Cadmus)
Category: Football

Dream Season

Author : Bob Cowser
ISBN : 9781555846268
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 34.85 MB
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A rookie outsider chases his sports-obsessed dream to relive his football glory days in “the ultimate fan book” (The New York Times). Bob Cowser, Jr. is a happy husband, father, and English professor in upstate New York. Only one thing is missing: the exhilaration he felt as a young man in sports-crazy Tennessee when he took the field for high school football games. In what is every Monday morning quarterback’s fantasy, Bob joins the Watertown Red & Black, the country’s oldest semi-professional football team, hungry to win its first championship in two decades. Over the next five months, and with the hesitant blessing of his wife, Candace, Cowser drives the lonely sixty miles for try-outs in a former mill town of soldiers, corrections officers, and blue-collar workers. A far cry from his leafy campus, the “Professor,” as his teammates call him, must work hard to earn the respect of these hard-edged men—some of them local celebrities—and the confidence of his coach, a former mill worker who has never used a playbook. Balancing the demands of family and academe with the rigors of practice and game play, Cowser must find a way to fit his childhood dream into his real life as an adult. “Deserv[ing] to join the ranks of great football books like George Plimpton’s Paper Lion, Frederick Exley’s A Fan’s Notes, and William Morris’s The Courting of Marcus Dupree” (Publishers Weekly), Dream Season invites us onto the line of scrimmage for each heartbreaking loss and breathtaking win, into the locker room of a fabled team challenged by a roller-coaster season, and ultimately into the heart of a man with a persevering thirst for glory. “Real, vivid, sensitive, accessible, warm, brutal, and wholly consuming,” this remarkable story reminds us why we love the games we play (Lee Gutkind, author of Forever Fat: Essays by the Godfather).
Category: Sports & Recreation

Computer Gaming World S Why Won T This Game Work

Author : Denny Atkin
ISBN : 1566865808
Genre : Games
File Size : 25.7 MB
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Offers the chancto track down memory, sound, and video problems quickly so that the reader can experience glitch-free multiplayer gaming. Covers DOS, Windows 3.X, and Windows 95.
Category: Games

Cincinnati Magazine

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Cincinnati Magazine taps into the DNA of the city, exploring shopping, dining, living, and culture and giving readers a ringside seat on the issues shaping the region.
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Front Page Sports Football Pro

Author : Andy Hooper
ISBN : 1559587628
Genre : Games & Activities
File Size : 47.21 MB
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Front Page Sports Football captures the fun, excitement, and coaching challenges of the real gridiron sport. This book provides players with hints, tips, tricks, and cheats for everything from controlling a single player on the field to manipulating college drafts, talent pools, training camps, and injured reserve lists.
Category: Games & Activities

The Espn Pro Football Encyclopedia

Author : Pete Palmer
ISBN : 1402752504
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 81.7 MB
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Presents the statistics of professional American football players, coaches, and teams for each season from 1920-2006.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Inside Sports

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105005678136
Genre : Sports
File Size : 50.62 MB
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Category: Sports

The Gamemakers

Author : Jack T. Clary
ISBN : IND:39000003312928
Genre : Football
File Size : 65.62 MB
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Category: Football

The New Thinking Man S Guide To Pro Football

Author : Paul Lionel Zimmerman
ISBN : STANFORD:36105039856633
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 52.24 MB
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The chief football writer for "Sports Illustrated" provides information and anecdotes on coaches, players, scouts, the minor leagues, offensive and defensive plays, tactics, and other components of the game
Category: Sports & Recreation

Pro Football 88

Author : Peter King
ISBN : 0848710231
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 71.87 MB
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Reviews the professional football season, recounts significant games, and profiles noteworthy people
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Sports Video Resource Guide

Author : Bob Carroll
ISBN : PSU:000020671969
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 82.58 MB
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Lists available videos for baseball, basketball, football, hockey, soccer, boxing, tennis, golf, and the Olympics, and includes information on movies about sports
Category: Business & Economics