I love to read exciting stories with some bite to them. Kaiser has delivered the goods, with a fast-moving story of an NY Jet Team in the future, with an enlightened lady owner, Jessica Burns, moving the team to Manhattan, city of my birth. The reader will enjoy a panoply of varied caracters: Guy (Hacksaw) Wilson; Cooper Krustfall; Jack Tracy; Slam Sauers; John Gaunt; Ava Johnso-Blake, all wrapped in an intriguing tale of love, murder and the "agony & ecstasy" of NFLfootball,culminating in the Super Bowl,secure--like it or not-- in its position in American culture as the great spectacle. Kaiser's book is permeated with a spirit of recreating the fun and artistry of razzle dazzle to the NFl, while minimizing the brain-damaging concussions we have become painfully aware of. Kaiser takes his inspiration from his own experience in '56-'57 as a high school coach with a 17-1-1 record. Wow. Kudos to Kaiser for crafting a fascinting ride. Razzle Dazzle, "a slant pass, over the middle from Calcagno to right end Jaspar Monti, lateral toss from Monti back to left end Ed Nevin crossing with one extra downfield block from right flanker back Tim Reardon. It went for six--a play that won the game against Poly our toughest rival."