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    2012 Contenders Football SP Quantities

    ROOKIE TICKET SPs

    167 Michael Brockers St. Louis Rams /38
    131 Dont’a Hightower New England Patriots /47
    120 Courtney Upshaw Baltimore Ravens /57
    135 Jeff Demps New England Patriots /99
    168 Michael Smith Tampa Bay Buccaneers /99

    ROOKIE TICKET VARIATION SPs

    124 David DeCastro Pittsburgh Steelers /10
    131 Dont’a Hightower New England Patriots /10
    132 Dontari Poe Kansas City Chiefs /25
    135 Jeff Demps New England Patriots /25
    137 Fletcher Cox Philadelphia Eagles /25
    138 George Iloka Cincinnati Bengals /25
    141 Harrison Smith Minnesota Vikings /25
    157 LaVon Brazill Indianapolis Colts /25
    159 Luke Kuechly Carolina Panthers /25
    163 Marvin Jones Cincinnati Bengals /25
    167 Michael Brockers St. Louis Rams /25
    168 Michael Smith Tampa Bay Buccaneers /25
    179 Riley Reiff Detroit Lions /25
    196 Whitney Mercilus Houston Texans /25
    225 Russell Wilson Seattle Seahawks /25


    Oh, and if you’re looking for a surefire visual tell-tale to differentiate the base Rookie Tickets from the variations, you can find it on the backs of the card. The base versions include each player’s draft, college, height and weight information. The variations do not.

    ROOKIE TICKET SPs

    137 Fletcher Cox Philadelphia Eagles /112
    132 Dontari Poe Kansas City Chiefs /134
    196Whitney Mercilus Houston Texans /150
    151 Kellen Moore Detroit Lions /198
    200 Brandon Bolden New England Patriots /202
    111 Bryce Brown Philadelphia Eagles /205
    138 George Iloka Cincinnati Bengals /206
    143 James Hanna Dallas Cowboys /227
    179 Riley Reiff Detroit Lions /231
    159 Luke Kuechly Carolina Panthers /235
    191 Tommy Streeter Baltimore Ravens /238
    202 Robert Griffin III Washington Redskins /238
    104 B.J. Coleman Green Bay Packers /242
    124 David DeCastro Pittsburgh Steelers /259
    133 Dre Kirkpatrick Cincinnati Bengals /259
    186 T.Y. Hilton Indianapolis Colts /260
    157 LaVon Brazill Indianapolis Colts /262
    181 Ronnell Lewis Detroit Lions /266
    147 Jerel Worthy Green Bay Packers /269
    237 Justin Tucker Baltimore Ravens /275
    239 Evan Rodriguez Chicago Bears /275
    240 Kris Adams Indianapolis Colts /275
    241 Daryl Richardson St. Louis Rams /275
    242 Lance Dunbar Dallas Cowboys /275
    243 Blair Walsh Minnesota Vikings /275
    162 Jorvorskie Lane Miami Dolphins /276
    117 Chris Rainey Pittsburgh Steelers /288
    107 Bobby Wagner Seattle Seahawks /290
    141 Harrison Smith Minnesota Vikings /290
    144 Janoris Jenkins St. Louis Rams /292
    128 Derek Wolfe Denver Broncos /294
    161 Mark Barron Tampa Bay Buccaneers /295

    ROOKIE TICKET VARIATIONS

    107 Bobby Wagner Seattle Seahawks /49
    101 Alfred Morris Washington Redskins /50
    104 B.J. Coleman Green Bay Packers /50
    117 Chris Rainey Pittsburgh Steelers /50
    128 Derek Wolfe Denver Broncos /50
    133 Dre Kirkpatrick Cincinnati Bengals /50
    143 James Hanna Dallas Cowboys /50
    144 Janoris Jenkins St. Louis Rams /50
    147 Jerel Worthy Green Bay Packers /50
    151 Kellen Moore Detroit Lions /50
    161 Mark Barron Tampa Bay Buccaneers /50
    162 Jorvorskie Lane Miami Dolphins /50
    181 Ronnell Lewis Detroit Lions /50
    185 Stephon Gilmore Buffalo Bills /50
    186 T.Y. Hilton Indianapolis Colts /50
    191 Tommy Streeter Baltimore Ravens /50
    200 Brandon Bolden New England Patriots /50
    202 Robert Griffin III Washington Redskins /50
    103 Andre Branch Jacksonville Jaguars /75
    111 Bryce Brown Philadelphia Eagles /75
    129 Devon Still Cincinnati Bengals /75
    145 Jared Crick Houston Texans /75
    170 Morris Claiborne Dallas Cowboys /75
    201 Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts 75
    171 Mychal Kendricks Philadelphia Eagles /99
    118 Josh Gordon Cleveland Browns /100
    165 Matt Kalil Minnesota Vikings /100
    184 Shea McClellin Chicago Bears /100
    219 LaMichael James San Francisco 49ers /100
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    Defintely recommend the Andrew Luck base auto but wait until it comes down. National Treasures is not impressing me so look for the Contenders Ticket to hold up over time. Wait on it a bit and grab em while the are lightly traded on first time exchanges.

    Looking at this list, RGIII #202 is a surefire bet with a Rookie ticket print run at 238. I sold Flacco and Matt Ryan from 2008 Contenders last year and with similar print runs at a profit on Ebay.

    The obvious variations in the bunch are the Andrew Luck's at a super short 75 announced and the wow factor short, Russell Wilson. I have a 2011 Cam Newton no wristband super short 25 from 2011. Love Wilson but I am sticking with Cam and I am staying away from 2012 variations. Go for the Playoff Ticket or cracked ice if you want to show off your POC scores to your buddies. At the risk of sounding immodest, "in your face with a cracked ice RGIII. I wish. LOL> My bet is that the variations will return less percentage per dollar invested over time. That is MadColtsFan's take.
    Last edited by MadColtsFan; 02-15-2013 at 09:33 PM.

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    I love what contenders did this year with different pictures. Last years variations were so lame. Removing the riddell logo was lazy and seemed like a mistake. I love the print runs and everything about contenders this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eliteco3 View Post
    I love what contenders did this year with different pictures. Last years variations were so lame. Removing the riddell logo was lazy and seemed like a mistake. I love the print runs and everything about contenders this year.
    eliteco3 - Try sitting on a Cam Newton no wristband, no logo of 25. Just kidding. Cam is down right now, but I am sticking with him.

    People should not have to explain the difference and get out a magnifying glass so I get your point. I agree that lets make the variations obvious. Lets get it out onto the wrapper where it clearly stated that 1:36 contained a variation. Now get into the autos and the short prints and it all gets murky but before I go there I have to finish my thought on last year's variations. Panini caught people off guard out of the gate. It was kind of a trick. It was figured out quickly but in the long run, the missing "Ridell" is always going to need an explanation. I have the Ponder, Locker, Newton, Dalton and A.J. Green SSPs from those variations so take it easy (LOL).
    Last edited by MadColtsFan; 02-16-2013 at 05:32 PM.

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    Here is one I have been watching. I bid' on the first 2 that came out and if I am not mistaken this is the 3rd of 75 Andrew Luck Rookie Ticket variations to show up. Usually prices go down after the 'first on Ebays" are gone. Check it out and get an idea for the player you are going after because Andrew Luck is drawing more dollars than anybody else.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/2012-Panini-...item43b8de6193

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    Ha i won that auction for the Luck. I figure if the regular is not even an sp then the one to 75 has immense investment potential.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eliteco3 View Post
    Ha i won that auction for the Luck. I figure if the regular is not even an sp then the one to 75 has immense investment potential.
    Great purchase! I have the Playoff Ticket for the same reason. There is huge upside but quantities will dry up soon. I will get the regular when it calms down in August or September.

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    I haven't ever really bought contenders but this years is very attractive so i picked up a couple boxes. Do they run SPs on the Rookie Ink insert also? I pulled a Justin Blackmon but only 1 has been on ebay & it is listed as an SP. it isn't numbered on the actual card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bcw716 View Post
    I haven't ever really bought contenders but this years is very attractive so i picked up a couple boxes. Do they run SPs on the Rookie Ink insert also? I pulled a Justin Blackmon but only 1 has been on ebay & it is listed as an SP. it isn't numbered on the actual card.
    Yes. Rookie Inks have variation short prints. I don't know if short print rookie inks are numbered.

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    Does anyone know if it will be for example 283 RG3 rookies with 233 the base rookie & 50 as the variation or 283 the base and 50 the variation for 333 total.

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