The ESPN Pro Football Encyclopedia is the most comprehensive reference source ever published on the game. At 1,500 pages, the book is brimming with information and statistics about each one of the 20,000-plus players ever to play in the NFL, AFL, and AAFC—not to mention the scores of every regular-season game as well as statistics for every playoff game, and, detailed accounts of every Super Bowl.
The record winners and award winners are in the book, along with year-by-year rosters, the top players selected in every draft, all major All-Pro teams, and a history of the most popular prime-time sports program of all time, Monday Night Football.
The ESPN Pro Football Encyclopedia includes 73 categories of all-time and single season leaders in major statistical categories. Adjusted numbers allow comparisons between past greats like Jim Brown and Walter Payton while seeing how modern stars like Edgerrin James stack up against both.
George Halas, Otto Graham, Johnny Unitas, Dick Butkus, Franco Harris, Lawrence Taylor, Jerry Rice, Barry Sanders, Brett Favre, Peyton Manning— they're all lined up and ready for some football!