DIVWith a television viewership of over 100 million people and hundreds of millions of dollars spent each year on tickets, concessions, and merchandise alone, the Super Bowl is the greatest game on Earth. Offering in-depth analysis, detailed statistics, play-by-play recaps, and post-game insights for every Super Bowl ever played, The Ultimate Super Bowl Book is the most definitive reference to this iconic sporting event, exploring all the high and lows from more than four decades of gridiron drama, with stories and quotes from the men who made history on footballas biggest stage./div In addition to a comprehensive examination of each Super Bowl played since 1967, the book presents features on the greatest individual performances in Super Bowl historyafrom Joe Namath to Joe Montana, Tom Brady to Aaron Rodgers, Marcus Allen to Emmitt Smith, Jack Lambert to James Harrisonaand the best and worst decisions by some legendary coaches, including Vince Lombardi, Chuck Noll, Bill Parcells, Bill Belichick, Mike McCarthy, and more. Author Bob McGinn weighs in on the biggest Super Bowl shockers, the worst blunders, and the most entertaining characters. Quotes from players and coaches take you to the sidelines and into the huddle with the greatest teams in Super Bowl History, including the Green Bay Packers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys, New England Patriots, and more. No sporting event can compete with the Super Bowlaand no book can compete with this one as the ultimate reference to the ultimate game!FG 3rd Quarter DAL J. Washington, 46-yd. fumble return (Murray kick) DAL E. Smith, 15-yd. run (Murray kick) 4th Quarter DAL E. Smith, 1-yd. run ... aWe had a blocking scheme that was very good to us in which we handed the ball ofl to Thurman but Dallas had played it pretty well, a said Bresnahan. ... Whereas the Bills entered as one ofthe healthiest teams in the NFL, the Cowboys had injury concerns.
|Title||:||The Ultimate Super Bowl Book|
|Publisher||:||MVP Books - 2012-09-15|