Good, but too detailed Oct 15, 2009
I know that the point of the book was to demonstrate the NFL's tolerance of criminals in it's midst. It DOES accomplish that objective. But the author sometimes becomes too detailed in relating the stories of the participants. After reading all of the minute details of one criminal act after another, I sometimes wished for more, brief, stories of a larger number of the many offenders. I was expecting a novel, and got something closer to a textbook.