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  1. TTM Success #73: Former Oilers Wide Receiver Curtis Duncan




    I sent a 1993 Score Pinnacle Card, handwritten letter, and SASE. Got 1993 Score Pinnacle Card signed! Beside his autograph, he wrote “#80” Under his autograph, he wrote “Matt 6:33” He wrote “Thanks Jeff!” on my letter! Only 19 days! Thank you, Mr. Duncan!
  2. TTM Success #72: Former Raiders Defensive End Pat Swilling




    I sent a 1996 Pinnacle Score Card, handwritten letter, and SASE. I received a 1996 Pinnacle Score Card signed! He wrote “#56” “5x Pro Bowl” and “NFL DPOY 1991” on the card also! Only 16 days! Thank you so much, Mr. Swilling!
  3. TTM Success #71: Former Buccaneers Linebacker Winston Moss




    I sent a 1990 Score Card, handwritten letter, and SASE. I received a 1990 Score Card signed! Under his autograph, he wrote “58” Only 21 days! Thank you so much, Mr. Moss!
  4. TTM Success #70: Former Steelers Safety Darren Perry




    I sent a 1993 Upper Deck All-Rookie Team Card, handwritten letter, and SASE. I received the 1993 Upper Deck All-Rookie Team Card signed! Only 8 days! Thank you so much, Mr. Perry!
  5. The Sports Fraud says he'll retire. Why not do it now, and get it over with?

    It has been the longest running con job in broadcasting history. Yes, it'll come to an end soon, but not soon enough.

    I'm referring to WFAN afternoon host Mike Francesa, whom the tabloid press refers to as "The Sports Pope", because he projects the image of knowing about the subjects he covers on his show, when he is routinely roasted by sports media critics for being, well, a fraud.

    It's about the only thing I'd actually agree with New York Post media gadfly ...
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