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Has anyone else figured out that whenever teams make the playoffs, their cards usually go up in sell value? Well I know this, and I’m sure many others do as well. For an example, the New York Giants were not talked about and no one really stood out besides Eli Manning, but when they won the Super Bowl, the players prices went up and had a bigger demand.
Sure Eli Manning has sold decent throughout his career, but players like Ahmad Bradshaw, Brandon Jacobs, and even Amani Toomer are selling better than he has in a long time. Also, MLB and More >
Willie Parker Player Bio/Best Cards
Undrafted free agent. A position no player who enters the draft wants to be in after the draft. Unfortunately there are undrafted free agents every year, most of which never get a chance to showcase their abilities in the NFL. But every once in awhile, a team will pick one of these undrafted free agents up and realize they found a gem in the sand. The Pittsburgh Steelers have a prime example of one of these “gems” and most Steelers fans refer to him as “Fast Willie.”
Willie Everette Parker, born November 11, 1980 is the Pittsburgh More >
Bob Sanders Player Bio/Best Cards
Hard-hitting, fast, determined, and all over the field are just a few things I think of when I think about the Indianapolis Colts Safety Bob Sanders.
Emerging into the NFL in 2004, Sanders has quietly crept his way up to being considered one of the best safeties and hardest hitters in the league.
Demond “Bob” Sanders was born on February 24, 1981 in Erie, Pennsylvania. He was son to Marion and Jean Sanders. He attended Cathedral Preparatory School in the years of 1996-2000. At Cathedral Prep, Sanders excelled at running back and safety. As a junior, he was More >
Dwayne Lorenzo Bowe was born September 21, 1984 in Miami, Florida. Bowe lived a rough life; his father had a drug problem and was really never around. He was brought up his grandparents K.W. and Dorothy Williams. Bowe didn’t start playing football until his junior year of high school. He joined football after he was beat up in a fight at a nightclub; he was beaten up so badly he had to spend the night in a hospital. Bowe’s first career high school play was a 99-yard kick return for a touchdown. In high school he ended up becoming a More >
By: Andrew Harner, Editor-in-Chief
With the 164th pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers select Omar Jacobs.
And at about this time, America let out a collective, “Who?”
However, I was well aware of who this player was. He was the quarterback of the Bowling Green State University Falcons. The university that I attend.
At Bowling Green, Jacobs was a star his sophomore and junior season. As a sophomore, Jacobs set an NCAA Division I-A record for touchdown-to-interception ratio with 10.25:1 in 12 games. He threw 41 touchdowns and four interceptions while completing 67% of his passes. He also rushed for 300 More >
Amazing. Spectacular. How did he do that? These are some of the phrases you hear or think of when Adrian Peterson is said. Peterson is one of those once in a lifetime running backs that take the league by storm as soon as they get there. His 103 rushing yards and a receiving touchdown of 60 yards against the Falcons in week one were proof enough, but let’s take a look at Peterson’s early life.Adrian Peterson was born to Nelson Peterson and Bonita Jackson on March 21, 1985 in Palestine, Texas. His father played basketball at Idaho State University, and More >