Razzle Dazzle by Robert Blair Kaiser

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Headstrong Jessica Burns inherits the sorry, ever-losing New York Jets and vows (against the advice of her father, a winning high school coach in Colorado) to bring more fun and less violence to the NFL. She does this despite the opposition of the other owners, and the disbelief of most of the media, by finding a coaching genius in a wheel chair in the Arizona desert, falling in love with him, and hiring him to bring his revolutionary new razzle dazzle offense to New York. Win Markey was an offensive coordinator at the St. Louis Rams until his Porsche crashed on a snowy highway and left him a paraplegic. Now, given new life and a new love in Manhattan, he coaches with heart and a wit that surprises the football world and takes the Jets--and Jessica Burns--through a wondrous, record-breaking season all the way to the Super Bowl.
 

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Robert Blair Kaiser spent ten years in the Society of Jesus (but was not ordained) before turning to journalism. He worked for the "Arizona Republic," "The New York Times," and CBS (for whom he covered Vatican II), and is the author of ten books including "Clerical Error," "The Politics of Sex and Religion," and "Pope, Council, and World," He is the co-author of "Jubilee 2000," a prize-winning musical comedy celebrating 2,000 years of Christianity, and the editor of an online journal of religion and culture, JustGoodCompany.com. He covered the recent papal conclave for "Newsweek," "Newsday," and CBS.
 
Published June 16, 2012 283 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Literature & Fiction. Fiction