Table of contents for Blindsided : why the left tackle is overrated and other contrarian football thoughts / KC Joyner.


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Introduction.
PART ONE: DE-BUNKING MYTHS.
Chapter 1: What Is the True Value of the Left Tackle?
Chapter 2: How Can I Miss You If You Won’t Go Away? -- Why the End of the NFL Dynastic Period Is Here.
Chapter 3: Is It Like Winning the Lottery, or Is It More Like Winning at a Bingo Hall?
PART TWO: STATISTICAL REVIEWS.
Chapter 4: Does the Creampuff Diet Work for NFL Teams?
Chapter 5: Does It Take an Elite Running Back to Win a Super Bowl?
PART THREE: A LOOK AT THE COACHING PROFESSION.
Chapter 6: The Darwinism of the Coaching Forest.
Chapter 7: Do Coaches Have a 10-Year Shelf Life?
Chapter 8: Marty Schottenheimer: Hall of Famer?
Chapter 9: It Takes a Coaching Acorn to Build a Coaching Tree.
PART FOUR: HISTORICAL ICONOCLASM.
Chapter 10: Who Are the Best Hall of Fame Candidates?
Chapter 11: Art Rooney Wasn’t a Victim of Circumstance During His Team’s 42-Year Championship Drought.
Chapter 12: Bert Bell’s Gold Watch, or Can Someone Tell Me Why This Man Is in the Hall of Fame?
Chapter 13: The Greatest Defense of All Time. Period.
Chapter 14: The Greatest Wide Receiver of All Time. Period.
PART FIVE: AN NFL BUSINESS REVIEW.
Chapter 15: NFL Socialism vs. NFL Meritocracy -- a Cautionary Tale.
Chapter 16: Why the NFL’s Blackout Rules Make No Financial Sense.
Chapter 17: A Call for a Historical Statistical Revolution.
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
National Football League.
Football -- United States.