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Outrageous Football Rivalries (Edge Books:…

Outrageous Football Rivalries (Edge Books: Sports Rivalries)

by Matt Doeden

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 149142026X, Library Binding)

Fans of the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers have been feuding for nearly a century. But which team has claimed more championships? The New York Giants had a big victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in their first meeting. But who comes out on top these days? Young sports fans learn the answers to these questions and more in answers to these questions and more in Outrageous Football Rivalries.

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"Details the greatest rivalries past and present in pro football"--

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