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The Surprising 2011 Oakland Raiders

By Paul Deeds aka bobreaker50

As the 2011 season began the Oakland Raiders were confident that they were going to reward Al Davis with the team’s first playoff berth since 2002. Jason Campbell had a good command of the offense and Richard Seymour had the defensive troops playing with intensity and togetherness. Behind these two pillars were a plethora of emerging stars headlined by Darren McFadden and Jacoby Ford. This team was sure to make Mr. Davis proud.  As the season began to unfold , surprises sprang up in numerous ways both positive and negative.

Game one was a classic AFC West More >

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A True Collegiate Set

By Brandon York aka UofLnMU

There’s a reason they cheat to win. College football is where it is at. In the Southeast, the names are immortal: Herschel, Bo, Peyton. In the Midwest and West Coast, it’s no different. The coaches are revered as gods—Woody Hayes, Bo Schembechler, the Bear—and we are stunned to see them fall from the lofty peaks when they do. In the midst of a fascinating baseball season, pit against one of the most dramatic work stoppages in recent NFL memory, what has consistently dominated the sports consciousness? College football. As a transplant from Kentucky (the pseudo-South) to More >


Coming up from Topps!

Cam Newton and Mark Ingram tooks turns over the last two seasons leading their respective schools to national championships, compiling incredible statistics and prestigious personal awards along the way. With Cam’s dynamic two-pronged attack under center and Mark’s superb vision and punishing running style, these two players performed with unrivaled excellence at their positions. Rarely has the NFL seen two rookies so accomplished enter the League simultaneously and generate this much excitement.   Topps brings you on-card autographs of the two most dominant college football players in recent memory!      





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