Posts tagged Adrian Peterson
Upper Deck may have Exquisite but Topps now has 5 Stars Football. A rather high-end release, 5 Stars will set you back around $425 for one box which will only contain one pack of 5 cards. What do you get for that impressive price tag? 4 on-card autographed cards and 1 jumbo relic card. Judging from the sell sheet, the product will ooze quality, you only need to take a look at the picture gallery below to see how good looking some of these cards are; patches with multiple breaks, laundry tags, team logos, you name it, it’s there. Furthermore, More >
Rookie Running Back Adrian Peterson Takes His Game to New Heights in the NFL Pro Bowl and in 2007 SP Authentic Football
The NFL Rookie of the Year is the main target for collectors this season Year in and Year out, the SP Authentic Football product delivers the most sought after, and traditionally some of the most expensive rookie cards in the market. This year is no different. After hitting store shelves last week, collectors are rushing to find the 2007 SP Authentic Rookie Autograph Patch cards of Adrian Peterson.
After such a strong rookie season, and now after collecting MVP 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 >
By: Andrew Harner, Editor-In-Chief
Now that the bulk of the NFL season has come and gone, it is a little more clear-cut which rookies you might want to consider putting your money into right now.
1. Adrian Peterson
Despite concerns about injury always looming over his head, Peterson has proven to the NFL that he has what it takes to make it in the pros. Leading the league in rushing with 1,081 yards (as of week 11), Peterson is well on his way to a unanimous Offensive Rookie of the Year selection if his current injury isn’t too serious. He should be a More >