Sports Illustrated Monday Morning Quarterback: A Fully Caffeinated Guide to Everything You Need to Know About the NFL

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Sports Illustrated Monday Morning Quarterback: A Fully Caffeinated Guide to Everything You Need to Know About the NFL

Format:  Hardcover,

256 pages

Publisher: Time Home Entertainment Inc

Publish Date: Oct 2009

ISBN-13: 9781603200806

ISBN-10: 1603200800

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More than two million people a week rush to SI.com to read Peter King's column, Monday Morning Quarterback. There they find a potent mix of analysis, opinion, humor and inside-the-NFL locker- room information delivered as no one else can. In this book, King, the award-winning Sports Illustrated pro football writer, brings the same blend of wit and wisdom, ranging from his famous "10 Things I Think I Think" to his Top 100 player rankings; from the football cliches he hates to the coaching hires he loves; from Brett Favre's golf game to Peyton Manning's comedic skills. And all freshly flavored with King's inimitable observations on the best hotels, the worst airports, the greatest traditions-and coffee, coffee, coffee. There is no journalist better connected to the NFL's players, coaches, general managers and owners, and no writer renders the inside information as entertainingly as Peter King.

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Publisher: Time Home Entertainment Inc
Publish Date: Oct 2009
ISBN-13: 9781603200806
ISBN-10: 1603200800
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 256
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 1.1
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 5.75 x 8.5 x 0.75

Chapter outline

Introduction
MMQB Classic: Three-Quarterback Monte
MMQB Classic: A Rather Good Color Man
Ten Things I Think I Think: Commish for a Day
MMQB Classic: Why Peyton Manning is MVP
MMQB Classic: A Matter of Perspective
Ten Things I Think I Think: Top Coaching Hires
MMQB Classic: Terrell Davis's Mystery Injury
MMQB Classic: Helping a Giant Cause
Greats of the Game: My Top 100 Players of Today
MMQB Classic: The Sincerest Form of Flattery
MMQB Classic: Field Hockey Novella
Ten Things I Think I Think: Best Draft Picks
MMQB Classic: Chris Canty's Free-Agency Foray
MMQB Classic: Foul Ball
Ten Things I Think I Think: Hall of Fame Snubs
MMQB Classic: Family Matters
MMQB Classic: A Field Trip like No Other
Ten Things I Think I Think: SI Covers photo insert
MMQB Classic: Score Another Patriots Victory
MMQB Classic: Goodbye, Woody
Ten Things I Think I Think: Clichs I Hate
MMQB Classic: John Elway Rides Off
MMQB Classic: Christmas Presence
Greats of the Game: My Top 100 Players of All Time
MMQB Classic: On the Range with Brett Favre
MMQB Classic: Prep Squad
Ten Things I Think I Think: NFL's Best, Worst
MMQB Classic: Chemistry with Mike Martz
MMQB Classic: Tears and Then Cheers
Peter King's Football America: Map Quest
Acknowledgments

Reviews

Review by Library Journal (2010-01-01)

Since 1997, legions of devoted pro football fans have been clicking on King's (Inside the Helmet: A Player's-Eye View of Pro Football) "Monday Morning Quarterback" column on SI. com to find the backstory on what occurred in Sunday's game and get the lowdown on the top stories about the league. This is a collection of 20 of King's favorites that represent the flavor of his work, from gridiron details to the more personal, including columns on Brett Favre, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, the softball team King's daughter played on, the death of his beloved dog, and his friendship with a soldier serving in the Iraq War.

To spice up this greatest-hits collection, King has added new material in his column's "Ten Things I Think I Think" vein, including what he would change about the league, the top coaches, the worst Hall of Fame snubs, and rankings of the top 100 players of today and all time. The border of each page is taken up with more past column highlights: notable quotations, prescient predictions, blockheaded forecasts, odd facts, pop culture references, and travel notes.

Verdict: An amiable mix of old and new material from a popular sportswriter. For all football fans.

-John Maxymuk, Rutgers Univ. Lib., Camden, NJ

(c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

Book description

More than two million people a week rush to SI. com to read Peter King's column, Monday Morning Quarterback. There they find a potent mix of analysis, opinion, humor and inside-the-NFL locker- room information delivered as no one else can. In this book, King, the award-winning Sports Illustrated pro football writer, brings the same blend of wit and wisdom, ranging from his famous "10 Things I Think I Think" to his Top 100 player rankings; from the football clichés he hates to the coaching hires he loves; from Brett Favre's golf game to Peyton Manning's comedic skills.

And all freshly flavored with King's inimitable observations on the best hotels, the worst airports, the greatest traditions-and coffee, coffee, coffee. There is no journalist better connected to the NFL's players, coaches, general managers and owners, and no writer renders the inside information as entertainingly as Peter King.

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