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Works under MDS 796.332640974
- Bringing the Heat by Mark Bowden
- About Three Bricks Shy of a Load by Roy Blount, Jr.
- The Blueprint: How the New England Patriots Beat the System to Create the Last Great NFL Superpower by Christopher Price
- Breaker Boys: The NFL's Greatest Team and the Stolen 1925 Championship by David Fleming
- About Three Bricks Shy... And the Load Filled Up: The Story of the Greatest Football Team Ever by Roy Blount Jr.
- Belichick and Brady: Two Men, the Patriots, and How They Revolutionized Football by Michael Holley
- The Most Memorable Games in Patriots History: The Oral History of a Legendary Team by Bernard M. Corbett
- The Eagles Encyclopedia by Ray Didinger
- The Good, the Bad & the Ugly New England Patriots: Heart-pounding, Jaw-dropping, and Gut-wrenching Moments from New England Patriots History (Good, the Bad, & the Ugly) by Sean Glennon
- Tough as Steel: Pittsburgh Steelers: 2006 Super Bowl Champions by Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
- If Football's a Religion, Why Don't We Have a Prayer?: Philadelphia, Its Faithful, and the Eternal Quest for Sports Salvation by Jere Longman
- Giants Among Men: How Robustelli, Huff, Gifford, and the Giants Made New York a Football Town and Changed the NFL by Jack Cavanaugh
- I Dream in Blue: Life, Death, and the New York Giants by Roger Director
- Steel Dynasty: The Team That Changed The NFL by Bill Chastain
- Pittsburgh Steelers: Men of Steel by Jim Wexell
- Lost Sundays: A Season in the Life of Pittsburgh and the Steelers by Sam Toperoff
- Point of Attack: The Defense Strikes Back by Harry Carson
- Giants: What I Learned About Life from Vince Lombardi and Tom Landry by Pat Summerall
- Bury Me in My Jersey: A Memoir of My Father, Football, and Philly by Tom McAllister
- Game That Changed Pro Football by Stephen Hanks
- Gang Green: An Irreverent Look Behind the Scenes at Thirty-Eight (Well, Thirty-Seven) Seasons of New York Jets Football Futility by Gerald Eskenazi
- Then Belichick Said to Brady: The Best New England Patriots Stories Ever Told (The Best Sports Stories Ever Told) by Jim Donaldson
- The Nittany Lion: An Illustrated Tale by Jackie R. Esposito
- The History of the New England Patriots (NFL Today) by Lonnie Bell
- The Impossible Team: The Worst to First Patriot's Super Bowl Season by Nick Cafardo
- The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Buffalo Bills: Heart-Pounding, Jaw-Dropping, and Gut-Wrenching Moments from Buffalo Bill by Scott Pitoniak
- The Story of the New York Jets (NFL Today) by Michael E. Goodman
- Pittsburgh Steelers: The Official Team History, 3rd Edition by Abby Mendelson
- Pittsburgh Steelers: The Complete Illustrated History by Lew Freedman
- New England Patriots: The Complete Illustrated History by Christopher Price
- The Pittsburgh Steelers (Team Spirit) by Mark Stewart
- Won for All : The Inside Story of the New England Patriots' Improbable Run to The Super Bowl by Pepper Johnson
- The Pittsburgh Steelers by Ed Bouchette
- Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL Today) by Julie Nelson
- The Giants: An Illustrated History : From the Polo Grounds to Super Bowl Xxi by Richard Whittingham
- Simms To Mcconkey by Phil Simms
- The Story of the New England Patriots (NFL Today) by Michael O'Hearn
- New England Patriots (Super Bowl Champions) by Aaron Frisch
- Giants, in Their Own Words/New York Giant Greats Talk About the Team, the Game, the Coaches, and the Times of Their Lives by Richard Whittingham
- New York Giants (Favorite Football Teams) by K. C. Kelley
- Eagles: Where Have You Gone? by Fran Zimniuch
- The New England Patriots (Team Spirit) by Mark Stewart
- Illustrated History of the New York Giants: A Visual Celebration of Football's Beloved Franchise by Richard Whittingham
- Again!: The 2003 Patriots and Their Second Super Bowl Season by Reid Laymance
- Decade of Power: The Pittsburgh Steelers in the Cowher Era: From the Pages of the Pittsburg H Post-Gazette by James Barger
- Crash of the Titans: The Early Years of the New York Jets and the AFL by William J. Ryczek
- The Steelers Reader by Randy Roberts
- The Story of the New York Giants (The NFL Today) by Michael E. Goodman
- Steelers Glory: For the Love of Bradshaw, Big Ben and the Bus by Alan Ross
- Crash of the Titans: The Team that Became the New York Jets by William J. Ryczek
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