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Sunday Morning Quarterback: Going Deep on the Strategies, Myths, and Mayhem of Football

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An in-depth and surprising look at the game, Sunday Morning Quarterback will dramatically change the way you watch football.

You've heard all the football clichés: "Their offense is too predictable," or "They've got to win the turnover battle," or "They didn't make any halftime adjustments." Perhaps you've heard them so often that you've come to see them as obvious truths.
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ebook, 224 pages
Published October 13th 2009 by HarperCollins e-books (first published October 26th 2004)
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Eric
Sep 01, 2010 Eric rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Giants fans
Recommended to Eric by: Jim Comer
Shelves: memoirs, sports
This book is a very short 200 pages, the kind where I was reminded of being a college student and changing the font of my term paper to Arial from Times New Roman to make it appear longer than it actually was. But that is not necessarily a bad thing, because Simms does not seem to have too much to say, so his brevity is welcome.

The highlights of this book were the segments where Simms disproves some football myths like "throwing into double coverage" and "only asking the quarterback that manages
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Mary Beth
Informative book from a former pro player and football announcer/analyst
Jim Flora
Some insights, particularly with regards to what it is like to play QB. Overall, though, a bit thin and not particularly compelling or informative.
Sue Kozlowski
Okay. Non-fiction. Talks about when he played and when he was a broadcaster.
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