The Pro Football Playoff Encyclopedia: The Ultimate Guide to the NFL Playoffs 2012 Editionby Tod Maher, Bob Gill
No other source can match THE PRO FOOTBALL
THE PRO FOOTBALL PLAYOFF ENCYCLOPEDIA is the ultimate guide to the history of the National Football League playoffs. From the landmark first NFL championship game in 1933 to last year's Super Bowl XLVI, THE PRO FOOTBALL PLAYOFF ENCYCLOPEDIA gives you unparalleled information of every playoff game, player and coach.
No other source can match THE PRO FOOTBALL PLAYOFF ENCYCLOPEDIA.
PRAISE FOR THE PRO FOOTBALL ENCYCLOPEDIA
"Reading through the game summaries of every playoff game since 1933, you get a strong sense of how the game has changed over time, along with a chance to revisit the great names of the past."
-AARON SCHATZ, Football Outsiders
"The team of Maher and Gill again supply us with valuable information from painstaking research in the Pro Football Playoff Encyclopedia. An unparalleled compilation of playoff information and statistics that is a must for any football fan."
- Ken Crippen, Executive Director, Professional Football Researchers Association
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
TOD MAHER is an award-winning pro football historian and author. He is the winner of four Professional Football Researchers Association awards. He is the co-author of The ESPN Pro Football Encyclopedia, The Canadian Pro Football Encyclopedia, The World Football League Encyclopedia and many other books.
BOB GILL is a former newspaper editor and acclaimed pro football historian. He has won four awards from the Professional Football Researchers Association. He is author of Pro Football Trivia and the co-author of The Pro Football Encyclopedia, The Canadian Pro Football Encyclopedia and several other books.
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