Brett Favre: Huck Finn Grows Up
by Steve Cameron
Cold Wars: 40 Years of Packer-Viking Rivalry
by Todd Mishler
Book Description: The pure energy of football comes alive in this review of the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings rivalry. Every game played thus far since 1960 is covered, along with a blend of comments from players, coaches, sports writers, and fans. Included are plenty of interesting anecdotes, capturing the color that has sparked this rivalry as it has intensified in recent years.
Downfield!: Untold Stories of the Green Bay Packers
by Jerry Poling, Jerry Kramer
Green Bay Packers Titletown Trivia Teasers (Revised Edition)
by Don Davenport
Book Description: Who holds the Super Bowl record for the longest kickoff return? Who was the Pack's first Turkey Day opponent? Which famous Packer QB was sacked the most times in a single game? Whose NFC records did Brett Favre break when he threw 39 TD passes in 1996? You'll find the answers to these and 425 more questions in this clever book which has been revised and updated to include trivia from the early 21st century. Use it at Packer parties, at Lambeau tailgate parties, on car trips -- any place where the Green-and-Gold faithful meet. It's the most fun you can have without actually bonding to a bench at Lambeau Field in January!
Greatest Moments in Green Bay Packers Football History
by Todd Korth, et al
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Lambeau: The Man Behind The Mystique
by David Zimmerman
Hardcover from Eagle Books
Mudbaths and Bloodbaths: The Inside Story of the Bears-Packers Rivalry
Magnificent Seven: The Championship Games That Built the Lombardi Dynasty
by Bud Lea, Vernon Biever, John Biever, Paul Hornung, Bart Starr
Book Description: No other team has won as many NFL Championships as the Green Bay Packers. And no other team had an iron-willed force named Vince Lombardi to propel it through seven championship wins. Beginning in 1961 Lombardi led his team to the first of five NFL Championships and ended with the Packers second Super Bowl win in 1968.
The Magnificent Seven brings you back to the 60's not to just replay each of those seven games but to experience the drama of little known vignettes as legends-to-be made football history. Championship one was almost "lost" before the game was ever played when running back and National Guard Reservist Paul Hornung was called to active duty. It took a call by Lombardi to President John F. Kennedy who arranged a furlough for Hornung so he could play the game. Play he did, by scoring 19 of Green Bay's 37 points.
Vince Lombardi was the eighth Packer in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Ten of the next eleven Packers played for Lombardi during this championship era. The amazing exploits of these future gridiron hall-of-famersâ€”Jim Taylor, Forrest Gregg, Bart Starr, Ray Nitschke, Herb Adderley, Willie Davis, Jim Ringo, Paul Hornung, Willie Wood, Henry Jordanâ€”are dominant throughout the game tales.
All these feats are brought alive through the award-winning photography of Vernon and John Biever. Every facet of the championship experience is visually presented and melded with the text, game action sequences and player and coach's candid moments.
This is a keeper for Green Bay Packer fans everywhere.
Hardcover from Triumph Books
by Gary D'Amato, et al
Paperback: 288 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.86 x 9.06 x 6.01
Publisher: Prairie Oak Press;
When Pride Still Mattered: A Life of Vince Lombardi
by David Maraniss
Listed under Vince Lombardi
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