Typically, the last days of the offseason entail the arrival of new books written by key figures from the most recent Super Bowl-winning team. It’s one of the primary spoils of climbing to the top of the mountain, assuming that it sells. Publishers are willing to pay men like Sean Payton and Drew Brees to write (often with the help of, you know, a writer) about their lives or their philosophies or whatever else they choose to fill the pages.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has never won a Super Bowl, and his collection of crystal footballs suddenly show deep cracks. But that hasn’t stopped him from returning to the NFL with a book of his own.
We’ve received several e-mails from the folks marketing the book, offering a free review copy of Win Forever.
Recalling the words of former Seahawks coach Jim Mora, I’ve told them that I’ll wait for the paperback version, but only if the title is Cheat Forever.