qThis book essentially answers three questions about every professional head coach since 1920: Who was he? What were his coaching approach and style, in terms of both leadership and gridiron tactics? How successful was he? Every entry begins with background information, followed by each coach's yearly regular season and postseason coaching record, and then statistical tendencies. q--Provided by publisher.In 1954, Lombardi moved up to the NFL when fellow Fordham alumnus Wellington Mara helped bring him to the Giants as the teama#39;s ... His view was that football was in essence blocking and tackling, and his offense was run-based, featuring fewer plays than most teams ran. ... The blocking scheme of the Packers was known as option blocking, i.e., take the defensive man in the dia rection he is leaning.
|Title||:||NFL Head Coaches|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2012-08-02|