By Thomas Jenkins aka TJJenkins
Andrew Luck is more than likely going to be the newest member of the “Number One Club”, the exclusive fraternity of players drafted number one overall in the NFL Draft. But, he’s already starting his NFL career off with his name appearing next to the word “Leaf” in headlines. Now, before Colts fans have heart attacks and Chargers fans shake their heads in dismay, no, I’m not talking about former NFL first round pick Ryan Leaf, but instead, about Leaf Trading Cards.
You see, four years ago, Luck, like every other high school hopeful wanting to get More >
The Sports Card Forum Inventory System was built to provide collectors with a free online system to maintain and display their sports card inventory. The inventory can then be used to sell items in our storefront system or through auction. Also, it is a great resource to store and share images of your cards and could be use as a replacement to photo sharing sites.
Here are 10 inventory features you can take advantage of today.
1. Build Your Inventory (Tutorial)
By Andrew Hoyler aka Andrewhoya
Or will it ever? Ever since the beginning of the human race, women were looked down upon. They were rarely allowed to leave camp to go hunting, and were stuck with the cooking and cleaning. IT stayed this way for centuries and centuries, before women, led my Susan B. Anthony, proved to the world that they were better than everyone thought they were. They fought hard for their rights, and they were happy with what they received. But should they be completely happy?
Across the world, women are still looked down upon. One of the easiest places More >
by Drew Pelto aka *censored*
As a Cleveland native, I really don’t have a whole lot to live for in the sports world. The Browns are perennial cellar dwellers, the Indians don’t have the financial ability in MLB’s broken system to do much more than build for a big run every four years before blowing it up and starting again, and the Cavs are still a couple years away from contention with the additions of Irving, Thompson, and whoever they get in the next couple of drafts.
But the NFL Draft is our one Sports Christmas moment. It’s the one time where hope More >
By Joshua Helms aka Helms83
Today’s technological advances in the social media world connect sport fans with their favorite athletes. Social media sites like Twitter and Facebook allow fans to follow their favorite athletes, view their messages, pictures, updates and even post messages to the athletes in the hope of a response. The invisible line between sports fans and these athletes has forever been erased.
Some of the top social media accounts from athletes include: Chad OchoCinco, Dwight Howard, Lance Armstrong, LeBron James and Cristiano Ronaldo (http://www.tweeting-athletes.com/TopAthletes.cfm). Recently, an unlikely story of Antonio Brown befriending a Steelers’ fan emerged which developed into More >
By Sean McCafferty aka 30ranfordfan
With teams having about ten games remaining, now appears to be a great time to look back on my early season predictions, see how badly I called this year’s NHL race to unfold, and make a few bold predictions as to what will happen between now and when Lord Stanley’s Mug is handed out.
My early season predictions for the Western Conference had a nice mix of accuracy, and being totally off base. Of the five teams I considered to be playoff locks, four of them are looking very good. Vancouver and Detroit are sitting in very More >