Tales from the New England Patriots Sideline

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Click for availability and more information Tales from the New England Patriots Sideline, by Mike Felger
 
It practically jumped off the shelf into my hands! I've been a New England Patriots fan ever since their inception in 1960. When I saw Tales from the New England Patriots Sideline, I just knew I had to read it. I wasn't disappointed! It covers team history from the days when it had no home, to its recent Super Bowl victories in Gillette Stadium. Not only were its players a cast of characters, but the owners, GMs, and coaches also had their quirks. There are also some interesting side stories, like the "Great Flush", which the Town of Foxboro required to make sure the sewage system could handle the extra waste on game days! I gained some insight into why Bill Parcells left the Stadium right after Super Bowl XXXI in 1997 without saying goodbye to the team! There are many other anecdotes that will give you a good understanding of how the team has evolved. This book is a great read for everyone from the novice to the diehard fan. You'll probably want to read it as this season winds down in preparation for the Super Bowl.
-Carl

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