The National Football League rather clings to its image as the challenging, persecuted minority in American professional football. It isn't necessarily so, not if all the books of the last two years were stacked on some running shelves. It makes a nice, emotional public relations angle though and it harvests the great American audience urge toward underdogs. The two books listed below go right along with Leckie's The Story of Football. Anderson's mines the drama of decision faced by quarterbacks. Hand points out the heroic moments and men of great games played. The relative youth of the League makes these books fairly immediate--many of these stars are still starring.