I love the football and I love the Packers.
I also love talking about the Packers.
That’s what led me to blogging about the Packers. As I got deeper into following the Packers and wanting to understand how the team was built, it led me into a deeper analysis of the draft (and a goal to be the top source for Packers-specific draft content via Draft Central) and free agency.
Last month, I remembered what it was like trying to understand the deep nuances of the draft and free agency. I remembered how every article only seemed to cover a tiny piece of it.
I’ve written, discussed, and thought about the draft and free agency and how they work and impact the team that gets put on the field. I got beyond the fantasy football dreams of going “all in” and building a “dream team” for one big push at the Super Bowl (like the Eagles did in 2011), and thought more about the long-term management of keeping a team competitive.
I’ve found it fascinating.
So I wrote a couple books on the topics – one on draft strategy and one on free agent strategy – since I lamented the fact that there just wasn’t a lot of resources available to learn more about what teams do and why.
You must have felt the same way, because I never imagined this would happen:
That’s what I saw when I checked Amazon last week.
That’s the Top New Releases chart for my category on Amazon. My books on draft and free agency were the number 1 and number 2 new releases.
I was humbled.
Thank you all for supporting me in this endeavor – I really hope you find these resources helpful in understanding and appreciating the game on a deeper level.
If you haven’t had a chance to check them out yet, you can click the links below. Both are available for free on Kindle Unlimited. If you don’t want to pay for the books and you don’t have Kindle Unlimited, you can still read them both for free by getting a free trial of Kindle Unlimited here!
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I hope these help you better understand and appreciate the game!