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Snake: The On-and-Off-the-Field Exploits of Football's Wildest Renegade
Snake The On-and-Off-the-Field Exploits of Football's Wildest Renegade
Author: Berry Stainback, Ken Stabler
ISBN-13: 9780441771943
ISBN-10: 0441771947
Publication Date: 11/1987
Pages: 287
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Publisher: Jove Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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The true story of Ken "the Snake" Stabler, NFL quarterback and party animal extraordinair. He says he learned the Sunday game plan on Saturday night by the light of a juke box.
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The on-and-off-the-field exploits of football's wildest renegade...

He was the baddest good ole boy ever to pick up a football. And the Oakland Raiders were the rowdiest team in the NFL. For Ken "Snake" Stab;er, it was a winning combination--and one hell of a good time.
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William Faulkner he isn't, but it was interesting to hear about life in my old home town of Santa Rosa (the old Raiders' training camp), several of the old watering holes are recognizable, although I had different training practices than Stabler.