About

John Maxymuk’s football books:

Green Bay Gold: Assembling the Packers’ All-Time Two-Platoon 53-Man Roster. CreateSpace. 2015

NFL Head Coaches: A Biographical Dictionary. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2012.

Game Changers: The Greatest Plays in New York Giants History. Chicago: Triumph Books, 2010.

The Quarterback Abstract. Chicago: Triumph Books, 2009.

Steelers Facts and Trivia: Milled and Molded Hard-Hat Stumpers. Philadelphia: Camino Books, 2009.

The 50 Greatest Plays in New York Giants Football History. Chicago: Triumph Books, 2008.

Strong Arm Tactics: A History and Statistical Analysis of the Professional Quarterback. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2007.

Eagles Facts and Trivia: Puzzlers for the Bird-Brained. Philadelphia: Camino Books, 2006.

Eagles By the Numbers: Jersey Numbers and the Players Who Wore Them. Philadelphia: Camino Books, 2005.

Uniform Numbers of the NFL: All-Time Rosters, Facts and Figures. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2005.

Packers By the Numbers: Jersey Numbers and the Players Who Wore Them. Black Earth, WI: Prairie Oak Press, 2003.

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3 thoughts on “About

  1. John,

    I am a lifelong Packer fan starting in the 1960s. I have been making custom cards for my own enjoyment for several years. My first project was to have a card of every Lombardi Packer 1959-1967. I finished that after finally finding Packer photos of Gene Breen and Ed Holler. I started adding cards from all eras. If the player was never on a card and I found a nice photo, I created a card. I’ve added almost 300 new cards to my Packer book. It is always great to find someone that shares this passion. My other great obsession is collecting NFL video. I have gamefilms going back to the 1940s and clips and highlights going back to the 1920s. Please feel free to contact me.

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  2. Hi John –

    I really enjoy your writing and your website! A quick question or you. On a prior post, you talked about the Packers’ replacement players from 1987 (https://packerspastperfect.wordpress.com/2015/12/20/the-replacement-packers/). There were a few football cards you displayed there. I was wondering if there was any source out there (maybe the football card set you displayed) that had images of replacement players (both Packers and others)? This is for a research project and I would be happy for any advice you have.

    Thanks!
    Atheen

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