Bill Polian, architect of Super Bowl teams in Buffalo and Indianapolis, reveals the stories behind developing many NFL champions.
Few head coach-quarterback pairings have ever been so meaningful to a franchise as Sean Payton and Drew Brees are to the New Orleans Saints. Tom Gower reviews Jeff Duncan's new book on the Payton-Brees relationship and finds insightful revelations about what makes the duo -- particularly Payton -- so effective.
Mike Pereira's new book details his early days as an Alaskan baseball player, his bout with cancer, and his career as the NFL's Supervisor of Officials -- and the changes he would make to improve the game.
Testimonials from contemporary players like Nick Mangold carry the new book from legendary coach Howard Mudd, which takes you inside an offensive line meeting room.
Today we review one book that would fit in any football lover's library, and one that shouldn't be read by any fan -- of anything.
How does the latest version of Front Office Football stack up with other giants of the sports simulation industry like Football Manager and OOTP?
J.J. Cooper tackles Gary Pomerantz's Their Life's Work, a new book on the 1970's Steelers.
Ben Alamar provides his take on the state of sports analytics in Sports Analytics: A Guide for Coaches, Managers, and Other Decision Makers
The interview done with Greg Cosell of NFL Films about The Games That Changed the Game was just too good and too long to fit in the book review, so here's the interview in its entirety. Plus: Take our trivia quiz and win a free copy of the book.