Jeffrey J. Miller
Rockin' The Rockpile, Buffalo's Forgotten Champions, and Game Changers
Any fan of the Baltimore Colts of my era, any fan of my friend and teammate Johnny Unitas, or, for that matter, any fan of football in general should enjoy Wayne Stewart's book. It contains great stories, statistics, and information on all of the many great quarterbacks who came out of Western Pennsylvania and much more.
Raymond Berry, NFL Hall of Fame Wide Receiver (Baltimore Colts 1955-67)
Since the earliest days of professional football, decades before the NFL was founded, Sundays in Western Pennsylvania featured independent and semi-pro football played largely by working men who earned their living in the factories, mills, and railroad yards. Saturdays belonged to the sons of the elite at colleges and universities. Eventually, professional football became a viable business at which a man could earn his living. The grandsons and great grandsons of the men who toiled in heat and danger during the week now rule the gridiron. This book features six of the best of all time.