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    Cool WEIRD pull from 9.99 Target Game Used.

    Rest of my break was a bust.

    I opened the little white envelope, saw expos, and almost cried out of dissapointment. Then I saw the patch, and was like...hey...not the best player in the world...but i'l take it.

    I think its a freaking awsome patch personally

    http://s136.photobucket.com/albums/q...rrent=PATH.jpg

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    Not bad at all, at least you got a logo patch. Nice pull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigerMatt5890
    its numbered to 225
    Ouch! I hope you plan on keeping it. A card like that not showing any stitching or jersey will get bashed for being a "fake patch" all day long. Was the $9.99 pack a product from Excel Marketing?

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    yes, it ws from Excel Marketing....tell me more

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    Sneek hit it on the head. An absolutely beautiful card, but it will be hard to move. Personally, I wouldn't want to deal it!

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    yes I think its going into my PC...whos gonna want a washed up player like that anyway...but its just very intresteting that other people have brought that up, because I felt the same way when I pulled it

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    Excell is a secondary market buyer. The cards they use in those packs are usually from Fleer liquidation or mass collections that were bought by Excel. They also stock retail shelves in all types of stores, and occasionally buy hobby boxes and specially package them for re-sale.

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