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The Game Plan: The Art of Building a Winning Football Team (2014)

by Bill Polian

Other authors: Vic Carucci, Peyton Manning (Foreword)

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Being the memoirs of one of professional football's best executives, who built three winning teams in different cities. The book is easy to read, quite interesting, and seems to be reasonably frank. Almost any fan of professional football will enjoy it; the only caveat being that it definitely concentrates on his years in Buffalo. Fans of the Colts and Panthers may feel cheated by his more perfunctory treatment of those teams. ( )
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