Picks and Pans Review: The Art of Quarterbacking
by Ken Anderson with Jack Clary
There are no tips here on growing up to be 6'3", 212 pounds, with a passing arm made of spring steel, but this is a terrific how-to book by the Cincinnati Bengals' quarterback. It's interesting even for armchair field generals, thanks to over 250 photographs and Anderson's meditations. He could have been more revealing. His mention of screaming arguments between coaches and players during games piques the interest. What were you and Forrest Gregg arguing about all those years, Ken? (Linden Press, $19.95)
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