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Thread: Your Favorite Football Card

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    Your Favorite Football Card

    So what is your favorite football card?

    Mine, Walter Payton RC! ;)


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    1976 Walter Payton rookie card.

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    John Stallworth RC
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    Believe it or not my favorite card isn't listed in the Beckett. As my name shows, I'm a huge Viking fan. The card is from 88 Fleer. This is the year that the Vikes lost to the 'Skins in the NFC championship on Darren Nelson's dropped ball on 4th and goal Vikes trailing by 7. Yes, it would've forced OT, and the Vikes would've won the game since they ahs so much momentum. Oh, back to the card. 88 Fleer # 70/88. It's the Divisional playoff game against the 49ers. The picture shows Joe Montana getting sacked by Jeff Seimen and Keith Millard. That was and always be my favorite card showing action. Yes the Vikes did win that game 36-24.
    See ya at the convention!

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    1972 topps Roberto Clemente

    Greatest player to come from my homeland!

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    Originally posted by boriquastud
    1972 topps Roberto Clemente

    Greatest player to come from my homeland!
    Welcome Boris! :D

    Clemete was an amazing player!
    In fact, I have a 1956 Topps 2nd year Roberto Clemente card which is probably my most cherished card. I got it my 3rd year of collecting and had to work damn hard for it!

    This thread is for football cards though. You might want to post again in the baseball section. :)


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    Oops!!! Sorry 'bout that!!!

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    well even though this is baseball pete rose second year card

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