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3 thoughts on “Better Scramble Than Lose

  1. Jay Jay says:

    This book was written by Tarkenton when he was uarterback for the Giants in between his tours with the Vikings His stories are mostly of his time with the Vikings though The book appears to be a heavily edited recorded monologue by Tarkenton covering many of the game situations he had been in He drops names liberally especially teammates and key opposing players – he knows opposing defensive line folks well He spends an entire chapter describing how to pick up opponent’s defenses though you get the idea that this level of discussion is really aimed at student age readers of this Scholastic Books imprint that are football knowledgeable – deep but oversimplified Tarkenton talks about defensive plays and the offensive plays meant to overcome them including stunts This really was detailed than I expected about the game of football as played by the pros in the late 1960s I learned a lot not being a big football fan but I have the feeling that the strategies and tactics described are all uite dated Beyond the gameplay Tarkenton describes some of the business aspects of the game including how the Vikings used him as their second franchise uarterback and he describes Viking coaches personalities You can sense respect for most but not all Also I noted that the photo section in the middle used some truly awful pictures some blurry some just not interesting shots Overall I found this a fun book reminding me of the kinds of books I read decades ago when in school You really could not tell that Tarkenton would later become a network TV show host and CEO of a software company uite a dichotomy


  2. Charles Charles says:

    A book written primarily for young readers I read it a long long time ago but remember it with fondness


  3. Brady Brady says:

    I read this in the 5th grade Cool


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3 thoughts on “Better Scramble Than Lose

  1. Jay Jay says:

    This book was written by Tarkenton when he was uarterback for the Giants in between his tours with the Vikings His stories are mostly of his time with the Vikings though The book appears to be a heavily edited recorded monologue by Tarkenton covering many of the game situations he had been in He drops names liberally especially teammates and key opposing players – he knows opposing defensive line folks well He spends an entire chapter describing how to pick up opponent’s defenses though you get the idea that this level of discussion is really aimed at student age readers of this Scholastic Books imprint that are football knowledgeable – deep but oversimplified Tarkenton talks about defensive plays and the offensive plays meant to overcome them including stunts This really was detailed than I expected about the game of football as played by the pros in the late 1960s I learned a lot not being a big football fan but I have the feeling that the strategies and tactics described are all uite dated Beyond the gameplay Tarkenton describes some of the business aspects of the game including how the Vikings used him as their second franchise uarterback and he describes Viking coaches personalities You can sense respect for most but not all Also I noted that the photo section in the middle used some truly awful pictures some blurry some just not interesting shots Overall I found this a fun book reminding me of the kinds of books I read decades ago when in school You really could not tell that Tarkenton would later become a network TV show host and CEO of a software company uite a dichotomy

  2. Charles Charles says:

    A book written primarily for young readers I read it a long long time ago but remember it with fondness

  3. Brady Brady says:

    I read this in the 5th grade Cool

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