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The Long Snapper: A Second Chance, a Super Bowl, a Lesson for Life

by Jeffrey Marx

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The story is told well and can be very captivating at times, particularly his thoughts from the sidelines of the games. Focuses more on his thoughts than his actions, and there's a heavy emphasis on faith/Christianity, which is to be expected from a Bible teacher. A light read, it doesn't leave a strong impression ( )
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Chronicles the improbable and inspirational journey of Brian Kinchen, a family man and Bible school teacher three years retired from the NFL who was recalled to play for the New England Patriots in their drive to Super Bowl XXXVIII.

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