Bill Belichick

The Education of a Coach by David Halberstam, review

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David Halberstam's look at what Bill Belichick learned from the coaches he worked with is the closest anyone has come to being schooled in Belichick’s view of the game.

From Colts to Ravens by John Steadman, review

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John Steadman covered Baltimore football for more than 50 years. This book shares his inside view.

Crunching Numbers by Fitzgerald and Natarajan, review

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The salary cap is as much a factor in NFL competition as what happens on the field. Crunching Numbers helps fans to understand how teams gain an advantage.

The King of Sports by Gregg Easterbrook, review

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Football faces problems that could eventually cause its demise, argues Gregg Easterbrook. In The King of Sports he proposes some solutions.

Sid Gillman by Josh Katzowitz, review

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Sid Gillman is far less well known than contemporaries like Vince Lombardi and Paul Brown. Josh Katzowitz's biography attempts to change that.

The Yucks by Jason Vuic, review

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost their first 26 games as a franchise. The Yucks tells the story.

The NFL’s Greatest Day by Brad Schultz, review

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The two NFL playoff games on December 23, 1972, were so good that the day was the best in NFL history, argues Brad Schultz.

The Pro Style by Tom Bennett, review

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Pitched as a "pro football strategy book for the fan", The Pro Style aimed to reveal how the NFL game was really played. It absolutely delivers on its promise.