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on 15 December 2014
Highly readable and highly enjoyable book. Nate Jackson comes across as an intelligent and likeable person, which makes his story more endearing. He doesn't go overboard with detail, so the seasons fly by in what is a relatively short book.
Even so, this gives a great insight into how it is to be on the fringes of the NFL, sometimes in, sometimes out, and how it is for most players that flirt with pro careers. As a Brit, I learnt a bit more about the game I love.