The Game before the Money: Voices of the Men Who Built the NFL

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface- Opening Kickoff xi
  • First Quarter - Players Whose Careers Began before 1950 1
  • 1 - Chuck Cherundolo 5
  • 2 - Joseph "Buddy" Lex 10
  • 3 - Al "Ox" Wistert 19
  • 4 - Nolan Luhn 24
  • 5 - Charley Trippi 32
  • 6 - Johnny Lujack 37
  • 7 - George Taliaferro 43
  • Second Quarter - Players Whose Careers Began in the 1950s 53
  • 8 - Yale Lary 59
  • 9 - Frank Gifford 62
  • 10 - Johnny Lattner 64
  • 11 - Cotton Davidson 71
  • 12 - Bob Skoronski 80
  • 13 - Bart Starr 86
  • 14 - Paul Hornung 92
  • 15 - Sonny Jurgensen 96
  • 16 - Jim Taylor 104
  • 17 - Don Maynard 107
  • Third Quarter - Players Whose Careers Began in the 1960s 117
  • 18 - Carroll Dale 123
  • 19 - Austin "Goose" Gonsoulin 135
  • 20 - Dick Frey 146
  • 21 - Irv Cross 153
  • 22 - Garland Boyette 160
  • 23 - Mick Tingelhoff 173
  • 24 - Lee Roy Jordan 176
  • 25 - Tony Lorick 180
  • 26 - Carl Eller 191
  • 27 - Dan Reeves 195
  • 28 - Walt Garrison 203
  • 29 - Ken Houston 219
  • 30 - Elvin Bethea 227
  • 31 - Bob Griese 243
  • 32 - Rocky Bleier 248
  • Fourth Quarter - Players Whose Careers Began in the 1970s 269
  • 33 - Jack Youngblood 275
  • 34 - Otis Sistrunk 280
  • 35 - Conrad Dobler 284
  • 36 - Joe Delamielleure 295
  • 37 - Billy "White Shoes" Johnson 300
  • 38 - Doug English 303
  • 39 - Louie Kelcher 317
  • 40 - Chris Bahr 326
  • Afterword - Overtime 333
  • Acknowledgments 337
  • Appendix - Monetary Figures Historically and in 2013 Dollars (in Order of Appearance, Rounded to Nearest Dollar) 341
  • Author’s Note concerning Sources 345
  • Further Reading - Extra Points 347
  • Index 349
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