Payton and Brees : the men who built the greatest offense in NFL history / Jeff Duncan.
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|Breckenridge Public Library||796.3326 DUN (Text)||33500013323779||New||Checked out||02/12/2021|
- ISBN: 9781629377698
- ISBN: 1629377694
- Physical Description: xxv, 278 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : Triumph Books, 
- Copyright: ©2020
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Foreword / by Steve Gleason -- Prologue -- Finding the pilot -- Aligning in New Orleans -- Destined to be a Saint -- The Parcells effect -- Child of destiny -- Alike yet different - The Sean Peyton offense -- The Winchester mystery house -- Blitzing the defense -- The grind : putting together the plan -- Finding the golden nugget -- Calling the shots -- The supercomputer -- Maxing out -- Fighting the stereotype -- Trust and confidence -- "Who throws that ball?" -- Two minutes in paradise -- Driven to compete -- The fire and fury of Sunday Sean -- Don't eat the cheese -- The near divorce -- The Saint Patrick's Day that almost was -- In NOLA to stay -- 40 is the new 30 -- A tree grows in Baton Rouge -- The Payton-Brees legacy.
"As the city was rebuilding following Hurricane Katrina, Sean Payton arrived in 2006 as a relative unknown, a first-time NFL head coach tasked with resurrecting a New Orleans Saints team that had just finished 3-13. Two months after Payton was hired, the Saints signed a free agent quarterback who was cast aside by the San Diego Chargers: Drew Brees. Together, these two underdogs joined forces and transformed the Saints from laughingstock to juggernaut. Payton's bold play-calling proved the perfect match for Brees, who threw a league-leading and franchise record 4,418 passing yards as the Saints advanced to the NFC championship game. Three seasons later, the Saints were Super Bowl champions. Payton and Brees is the definitive account of how this dynamic duo transformed a team, a city, and the game of football"-- Provided by publisher.
Jeff Duncan is a columnist for The Athletic New Orleans and previously covered the Saints for the Times-Picayune. He is the author of Tales from the Saints Sideline and From Bags to Riches.
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