Monthly Archives: September 2019
Prolific sports writer John Feinstein discusses the life of an NFL quarterback and how he gains the trust of his subjects.
There will be many books marking the NFL's 100th season over the next few months but this is the big one, the NFL's official tome, the one that gets the special logo and the fancy gold football on the cover.
As these five books demonstrate, the appeal of high school football is often about local identity and small communities trying to hold onto their place in a world that is leaving them behind.
Not entirely about football, Kansas City vs Oakland looks at how the rivalry between the cities played out in football, baseball and elsewhere.
Lars Anderson, author of nine football books, on Bear Bryant and Nick Saban as Alabama coaches, and his writing career to date.
Joe Horrigan, who spent 42 years as the Pro Football Hall of Fame's resident historian, examines the history of the NFL as the league celebrates its 100th season.
Instant Replay, Jerry Kramer's diary of the Green Bay Packers' 1967 season, has rightly earned its place among the great football books.
Love them or hate them, there's no denying the Cowboys' record of success or their larger than life stories. Here are five of the best books about Dallas's finest.