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Good book that covers both the past and present of football.
When doing comparisons you should use someone whole carrer not just a spot section of it....Personally from I read online...I would even waste my money on this book.
His offensive line was less than moderate and the team in general lacked a passing game for the duration of his professional career.
It was an ok read but his facts are wrong on a few obvious things. You'd think he'd have double checked if he was writing a book.Published 2 months ago by Jay G. Mccolister
The Paolantonio Report started off with interesting tidbits about the history of NFL, enlightening me with things that I did not know. Read morePublished on May 4, 2011 by Mr. Math Expert
It is obvious Sal Paolantonio is simply looking for attention with his outlandish, uneducated opinions. Read morePublished on January 23, 2011 by Anton Tobias
To follow up on the other reviewer who stated -- that on page #251 (and again on page #252) while labeling Marv Levy as "The Most Overrated Hall of Famer of All Time"; Sal insists... Read morePublished on July 12, 2010 by L. Aiello
This is a pretty good sports book. Sal does come up with some wild, wacky ideas by throwing out numbers and deciding who's over/under rated just to make his book seem more... Read morePublished on April 4, 2009 by Tina Givens-Wright
This is a fun read and a great debate-starter for any follower of the NFL. A fan of Paolantonio and other NFL reporters who never played the game professionally (Chris Mortensen,... Read morePublished on November 20, 2008 by Dominic Zaccagnini
How can this guy inference that Eli Manning is better than Brett Farve. What a true douche bag.Published on July 2, 2008 by C. A. Chantelois
I maybe a Packer fan but what he stated in regards to Brett Favre is mere opinion. He takes just a few of the worst stats and uses them. Read morePublished on March 10, 2008 by B. Lewins
Wow what a waste of time and money this was. I question if this guy even took one snap of football in his life. Read morePublished on March 8, 2008 by Russell Marks