From the Pulitzer Prize-winning and New York Times bestselling author of Season of Life comes the story of one man's remarkable journey from Bible teacher to Super Bowl champion;Brian Kinchen was a thirty-eight-year-old husband, father of four, and seventh-grade Bible teacher whose professional football career had been over for three years when the New England Patriots called on December 15, 2003. Bill Belichick, one of the best-known and winningest coaches in the NFL, wanted him in Boston for a tryout. With the Patriots riding a ten-game winning streak and the playoffs only a few weeks away, their long snapper had been injured. Seven weeks later, with time running out in the Super Bowl, Brian snapped the ball on the dramatic winning field goal by Adam Vinatieri.;Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and bestselling author Jeffrey Marx, The Long Snapper chronicles one of the most improbable and inspirational sports stories of our time-an extraordinary journey that became about so much more than just winning a Super Bowl. This story transcends sports and will appeal to anyone who cares about living a life of purpose. Once again, Jeffrey Marx delivers a winning combination of sports and spirituality.