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Monster of the Midway: Bronko Nagurski, the 1943 Chicago Bears, and the Greatest Comeback Ever

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2008

    A reviewer

    AS the NFL has risen to such great heights, it is hard to believe it's rather humble, unorganized roots. The story of Bronko is in itself amazing, but the stories of the early NFL are even better. I assure you that you will laugh with almost every turn of the page. I would have loved to have been at the games before they were sanitized for the networks. This is by far one of the best books I have ever read about the NFL, believe me, it was the for fun league unlike today.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2014

    To thistlefang of bloodclan

    You have inspired my rp ways- royalshade, tigerstrike, blackfang and friends

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2014

    Battle over midway final part

    ?......Thayer already has three of the five carriers taken care off.........
    Thayer looks behund after he hers a patter patter patter and sees seven zeros on his tail with his wing men a ways away.
    "Get em off me guys." Thayer screams. And he dives and takes out another deck and he moves to the final carrier.
    Thayer heres a bwoom and looks behind to see smoke out of his plane and still have five fighters on him. He ignores the sound of bullets wizzing past the cockpit and lines up on the final carrier.
    As Thayer gets over the carrier he lets the bombs drop as they take out the final deck and he tyrns around heading to his own carrier when he turns around just as he starts fliaming and he watches the second too last fighter get shot down.
    Thayer watches byllets tear at his engine abd screams, "Get em off me, get em off me!" And a bullet rips through his fleshy shoulder as he screams in pain and watches the last Zero go down..........
    Thayer is only a mile away from the carrier and his Hellldivers engine stops working and he goes into a dive screamin hes oulling uo on his joy stick screaming,"Not now not now not now!.p
    At the last moment the propellers start spinning agin and the plane picks up.........
    As the carriers in sight the plane shuts down agin as two propellers fall off and he is foeced to go into a fearsome level fly to the carrier and as he goes to land a fire starts at his feet.
    He pulls in a landing and he lands perfectly but then a wheel bakes and Thayer falls throug the carrier and the last thing he saw of the battle was his plane flipping off the deck.

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    Posted December 26, 2008

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