Super Bowl History Talk
SUPER BOWL History Talk With local Football Historian
Come hear local author/ speaker Scott Perry talk about the publication that earned him “Fan of the Week” status on a Bronco coaches show. NFL Since 1970 is a result of Scott’s passion for National Football League history and loves to present at events that increase fan knowledge in the greatest NFL city. 56 years of Super Bowls, 62 years of Denver has the Broncos and 102 years of the NFL in America make for a packed playbook of interesting facts.
Scott will be presenting and signing books in a drop-in setting starting at 6 to catch young fans and will be presenting through the evening. Trivia will be part of the festivities as we get set for what we hope is another non-Raider Super Bowl (Raider fans are welcome as the team is a great example of what his book tracks since the merger). Wear your favorite team’s gear!
Email Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and ideas to include. Scott’s willing to guarantee he can increase any fan’s love of their team with encouraging facts his book points out. Even Lion’s fans! NFL Since 1970 includes a fact page for the recipients’ favorite team and a way to keep it updated!
NFL Since 1970 Book:
NFL Since 1970 is the result of an idea that came to Scott as a teenager in the 1980’s. He was upset with his Denver Broncos winning zero playoff games in the 5 years since he moved from New York where he became a Broncomaniac. His publication tracks all 32 NFL clubs as they progress the 52 years since the AFL/NFL merger that relieved Denver from the status as the worst place in the US to root for the home team. The Broncos did sport the least amount of wins in football during the 1960s. Flip the pages and see the 70’s bronco’s helmet get ohhh so close to the top ranking in those years and learn the amazing stat at the end of the book that will have all Denver fans bursting with pride in their team…even during the worst stretch in NFL history.
It’s a publication for fans of all teams equally but Scott was thrilled to learn soon after the book became a reality that Pat Bowlen was just thrilled with his copy. Mr. B was the reason for the persistence in the complication of wins & loses because he was adamant about success and that’s what Scott wanted to show.