The Last Headbangers, Kevin Cook

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The Seventies were an era of colourful character and brutal football, dominated by a handful of teams. Kevin Cook tells the story.

Review: Guts and Genius, Bob Glauber

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Bill Walsh, Bill Parcells and Joe Gibbs dominated the NFL in the 1980s. Bob Glauber looks at their careers.

Review: Collision of Wills, Jack Gilden

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It would benefit from a tighter focus but this book on the tension between Don Shula and Johnny Unitas contains plenty of good anecdotes.

Browns Town 1964, Terry Pluto

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Terry Pluto tells the story of the 1964 Browns, the last Browns team to win an NFL championship.

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.

Review: Beyond Broadway Joe by Bob Lederer

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Bob Lederer's Beyond Broadway Joe looks, as the title suggests, at the other players that formed the Super Bowl III-winning New Yorks Jets.

Best of Rivals, Adam Lazarus

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Adam Lazarus tells the story of the bitter rivalry between Joe Montana and his backup Steve Young.

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.