By Wayne Stewart
In All the strikes I Had, Berry brings readers within a soccer occupation that spanned 4 a long time and featured a Who’s Who of the NFL. As a receiver for the Baltimore Colts of the Fifties and Nineteen Sixties, he approximately scientifically built a list of strikes and fakes to get open, and extremely studied shielding backs and their assurance techniques—pioneering those imperative components of today’s passing-game guidance. during this e-book he breaks down, play-by-play, his ancient functionality within the contest that secured professional football’s popularity—the 1958 ultimate that was once the NFL’s first to finish in additional time and primary to be nationally televised. He recounts training for the Dallas Cowboys and head training the recent England Patriots, a crew he took to the tremendous Bowl. one in every of today’s senior contributors of professional soccer corridor of reputation, Raymond Berry is a countrywide treasure of soccer historical past, procedure, approach, and—just as important—friendship, kin, love, and religion.
“He used to be his personal guy. He used to bepoised, as even though he had reflected every thing a bit tougher than an individual else. . . . He was once deconstructing and reinventing the placement of huge receiver.” —Mark Bowden in The most sensible online game Ever
“He didn’t play a video game of soccer, he engineered it.”—legendaryLos Angeles Times sportswriter Jim Murray
“The best.” —Johnny Unitas
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