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Old 09-28-2012, 11:40 AM   #26 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by MI Rob View Post
I also don't understand why an autographed sticker, or even on card auto from a rookie year is worth more than a "vet" card when they become established in the NFL.

They're both signed by the same person
It's all about supply and demand---and there are many more variables on the demand side of things.
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Old 10-05-2012, 01:21 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Its bogus that these new rookies are selling for so much. I dont get it either. Makes no sense. Does anybody remember Jarmarcus Russell cards. Sky high! And now look. People by these thinking they will make money but its one in about 100 that they get any profit. If not worse. Back in the day if you went after high end cards it was the masterpiece set. Which made since. Actual 1/1s. Now they have these bogus Superfractors. 10 different 1/1s of a player on a rookie card. How stupid. Yet these lucks and Rg3s sell anywhere from 1500-10000. Let me see either one of them put of the stats/win percentage and low number of interceptions that Donovan Mcnabb did in his career and ill be impressed. And if you say something about Rg3s rushing yards. Check Mcnabbs. Also drafted #2.
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