Playmakers: How the NFL Really Works (and Doesn't)
  • Playmakers: How the NFL Really Works (and Doesn't)
  • Playmakers: How the NFL Really Works (and Doesn't)
  • Playmakers: How the NFL Really Works (and Doesn't)
  • Playmakers: How the NFL Really Works (and Doesn't)
  • Playmakers: How the NFL Really Works (and Doesn't)
ISBN: 154170018X
EAN13: 9781541700185
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 15, 2022
Pages: 304
Format: Hardcover
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5
   Great compendium of essays
The Spygate 1 section was enjoyable. I bought the book to say thank you for all the free content over the years.
 
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   Florio is a woke joke.
There was a time when Florio was an entertaining writer. Most of his older fans spent hours a day reading and waiting for wild rumors to come through his pages. He is a creature of the woke media machine, pounding his agenda into his sports writings. His own comments are shallow and meaningless and it is a sad fall for a guy who was once respected in the sports writing world. Don't read this book.
 
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   Good, but definitely not worth the price
If you are a new fan, you will like this book. You will probably not be a fan of the NFL. The stories are just a bunch of short stories and blurbs with a lot of fluff added to make them seem longer. The book is too expensive for a fan. The period is over. You can read it for yourself if they lower the price. Otherwise, my advice doesn't pass.
 
2
   Meh
A series of short essays feels much longer as you getbogged down in details and repetition. After a while, it's boring. Give it a chance.
 
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   UTTER TRASH BY FAILED LAWYER
Anyone who reads Pro Football Talk can see an article by Mike Florio. It's simple. Look for circular logic, speculation without any facts or understanding of subject matter, personal attacks on people and organizations based on little or no verifiable information, beligerent, obnoxious, and sophomoric.
 
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   Crap, simple as that
The book is terrible. Don't waste your time. No matter what the players do, Florio is always with them. Players can rape, murder, steal, beat women and Florio will defend them. The pages are worth using as toilet paper if you read them in the bathroom. The book is a liberal Democrat socialist PC narrative wrapped in a sports facade where everyone is to blame except for players, their useless union, and of course, the sports media talking heads.
 
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