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Works under MDS 796.332640
- Next Man Up: A Year Behind the Lines in Today's NFL by John Feinstein
- Boys Will Be Boys: The Glory Days and Party Nights of the Dallas Cowboys Dynasty by Jeff Pearlman
- America's Game: The Epic Story of How Pro Football Captured a Nation by Michael MacCambridge
- The Best Game Ever: Giants vs. Colts, 1958, and the Birth of the Modern NFL by Mark Bowden
- Sports Illustrated: The Football Book by Rob Fleder
- Home Team: Coaching the Saints and New Orleans Back to Life by Sean Payton
- The Ones Who Hit the Hardest: The Steelers, the Cowboys, the '70s, and the Fight for America's Soul by Chad Millman
- Distant Replay by Jerry Kramer
- Badasses: The Legend of Snake, Foo, Dr. Death, and John Madden's Oakland Raiders by Peter Richmond
- Bringing the Heat by Mark Bowden
- Get your own damn beer, I'm watching the game! by Holly Robinson Peete
- 75 Seasons: The Complete Story of the National Football League, 1920-1995 by Peter King
- About Three Bricks Shy of a Load by Roy Blount, Jr.
- Total Access: A Journey to the Center of the NFL Universe by Rich Eisen
- Pigskin: The Early Years of Pro Football by Robert W. Peterson
- The Blueprint: How the New England Patriots Beat the System to Create the Last Great NFL Superpower by Christopher Price
- The League: The Rise and Decline of the NFL by David Harris
- NFL's Greatest Upsets (DK Readers: Level 4) by James Jr. Buckley
- Pro Football Prospectus 2008: The Essential Guide to the 2008 Pro Football Season by Aaron Schatz
- NFL Behind the Scenes by James Preller
- 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.
- Best Shots: The Greatest NFL Photography of the Century by DK Publishing
- The Little League That Could: A History of the American Football League by Ken Rappoport
- Super Bowl And NFL Records by James Jr. Buckley
- Green Bay Replay by Dick Schaap
- The Greatest Team Ever: The Dallas Cowboys Dynasty of the 1990s by Norm Hitzges
- Going Long : The Wild Ten Year Saga of the Renegade American Football League in the Words of Those Who Lived It by Jeff Miller
- Belichick and Brady: Two Men, the Patriots, and How They Revolutionized Football by Michael Holley
- War Without Death: A Year of Extreme Competition in Pro Football's NFC East by Mark Maske
- Record Breakers by Jim Buckley Jr.
- The Eagles Encyclopedia by Ray Didinger
- Cowboys Have Always Been My Heroes: The Definitive Oral History of America's Team by Peter Golenbock
- NFL's Greatest: Pro Football's Best Players, Teams, and Games by DK Publishing
- When All the World Was Browns Town by Terry Pluto
- The Most Memorable Games in Patriots History: The Oral History of a Legendary Team by Bernard M. Corbett
- Hell-Bent: The Crazy Truth About the "Win or Else" Dallas Cowboys by Skip Bayless
- The Packer Way : Nine Stepping Stones to Building a Winning Organization by Ron Wolf
- False Start: How The New Browns Were Set Up To Fail by Terry Pluto
- The Little Giant Book of Football Facts (Little Giant Books) by Michael J. Pellowski
- Total Football II: The Official Encyclopedia of the National Football League (Total Football) by Bob Carroll
- Green Bay Packers: The Complete Illustrated History by Don Gulbrandsen
- The Catch: One Play, Two Dynasties, and the Game That Changed the NFL by Gary Myers
- 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
- Pro Football Prospectus 2005 : Statistics, Analysis, and Insight for the Information Age by Aaron Schatz
- When the Tuna Went Down to Texas: How Bill Parcells Led the Cowboys Back to the Promised Land by Mike Shropshire
- The Color Orange: A Super Bowl Season With the Denver Broncos by Russell Martin
- The ESPN Pro Football Encyclopedia, Second Edition (Espn Pro Football Encyclopedia) by Pete Palmer
- NFL Record & Fact Book 2010 (Official National Football League Record and Fact Book) by Editors at the NFL
- Tough as Steel: Pittsburgh Steelers: 2006 Super Bowl Champions by Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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