When does the End Zone Justify the Means. The Los Angeles Leopards and the Portland Pioneers are on a collision course toward the Super Bowl Championship. One team is led by a take-no-prisoners head coach; the other by a cerebral, slow-and-steady coach who has been trust into the spotlight because of a tragedy. A tense showdown is about to unfold before the world's football fans. But along the way to the championship game, something bad happens: the very integrity of the game comes within a yard of ruin. In this thrilling new work of fiction, Hall of Fame Coach and New York Times best-selling author Marv Levy takes us on a journey through the NFL like we've never seen before. Through the eyes of a memorable cast of characters, many of whom are based on real football players, coaches, general managers, and owners, we get to see professional football from the inside. --amazon.com.
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