Historian A.J.P. Taylor once observed that, History is t ather name for the past. It is the name for stories about the past. And for lovers of pro football, Tom Danyluk's book The Super '70s is full of those stories, first-hand accounts from many of the men who helped shape the 1970s into one of the most exciting and memorable eras in National Football League history. Set in an easy-to-read Q&A format, Danyluk examines the decade across its entire spectrum - from the rise of the mighty Pittsburgh Steelers empire to the Keystone Cop antics of the New Orleans Saints; from the punishing ground attack of Chuck Kx's L.A. Rams to the bombs-away thrusts of Don Coryell's St. Louis Cardinals; from the street gang warfare of the Oakland Raiders to the glory of America's Team, the Dallas Cowboys; from the sideline views of coaches like Chuck Fairbanks and Jack Patera to the broadcast booths of Curt Gowdy and Tom Brookshier. You'll remember the names - Bum Phillips, Bert Jones, Archie Manning, Cliff Harris, Larry Little, Steve Sabol... they're all here in a wonderfully entertaining look back at the game's history, to a special place in time kwn as The Super '70s.