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(10-18-2012 06:27 PM)rjcj2017 Wrote: No, that would be sweet ... imagine the 2000 Brady UD RC signed ... crazy.
2001 Vick, 2003 Andre Johnson, 2004 Eli/Big Ben, 2005 Rodgers, 2006?, 2007 Calvin/Peterson, 2008 Ryan, 2009 Stafford, etc. ...
Call it "Decade of Dominance" or something and guarantee X amount of buybacks per box.
Man, we should run the company!
Although, I'm assuming they haven't paid off the rest of the autos they still owe on — seriously, they owed Tony Romo like 180 grand at one point (???) — so I doubt they're in the position to pursue it, and the players are probably very dodgy about dealing with them.
I guess you could just do buyback base cards, no autos ...
(10-18-2012 06:45 PM)rjcj2017 Wrote: No, I am serious ... I really like your idea. I'm not being sarcastic. I apologize if you thought I was.
(Freaking internet, you can't tell someone's tone of voice, etc. ...)
I think it would be awesome. I'd be all for it.
I seriously would love to be like a product development guy for one of these companies and be able to pitch ideas like this to someone who could make it happen.
(10-18-2012 09:40 PM)Vols-1 Wrote: Probably not in the licensing to pack college cards with NFL licensed cards.
(10-18-2012 08:46 PM)ugameck Wrote: Aaarrrggghh! Internet!! Hey, sorry I got it wrong. But seriously, why not? It was awesome in 2004 when I pulled an awesome 2003 Rex Grossman auto / jersey "honor roll" card /13. (Yeah, yeah, Sexy Rexy).
It was awesome - pulled it out of 2004 Ultimate (awesome box - pulled my Roethisberger rookie auto - graded out at Bgs 9.5, but I digress)...,
But it was cool. It was a base rookie jersey, bought back and signed. I think I sold it for. Like $75 bucks back in 2005. I hate Florida Gators, but that's why I sold it (thank goodness)
Why don't/can't they do it now? Wouldn't they get the diehard NFL only collectors back if they have a chance at a sweet buy back (not counting the UD Collegiate Legend buybacks)