Monday, April 24, 2017

30 Day Baseball Card Challenge Day 13

Day 13: One of your favorite cards from the 1990s.

If you're not sick of seeing Robin Yount on these posts yet, you will be.  The beginning of the 1990's saw a huge boom in the popularity of sport cards and prospecting.  That led to the inevitable mega overproduction that started in the late 80's.  But the end of the 1990's would bring a lot of innovation and variety to the hobby.

The current parallel overloading currently seen in sets put out today can be traced back to one set.  1992 Topps Baseball.  This would be the first set to feature Topps Gold cards.  And you may not remember this, but they were a hit!  Depending on the product you opened you could get from 1 to 3 gold card cards a pack.  And don't forget about those winner cards!  

So here is my 1992 Robin Yount Topps gold parallel card.  I'd also like to point out that this is one of my favorite Yount cards, a  nice posed portrait in the dugout of Milwaukee's golden boy late in his career.  The gold really was a pretty cool addition and gave us player collectors something to chase after.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

30 Day Baseball Card Challenge Day 12

Day 12: One of your favorite cards from the 1980s.

This was a tough one for me.  I mean there was a lot of overproduced stuff in the 80's.  But in the end I picked a great food issue set and one of my other favorite players.  Rollie Fingers 1985 Gardner's Bakeries card.

Out of all the Gardner's sets this is my favorite design.  I like to refer to it as the TV design.  But you gotta love the handlebar mustache and classic Brewers mitt hat.



Saturday, April 22, 2017

30 Day Baseball Card Challenge Day 11

Day 11: One of your Favorite Cards from the 1970's.

I've been holding off till now to present, what should come as no surprise, my favorite 1970's baseball card.  But also one of my favorite cards from my all time favorite baseball player Robin Yount.

Robin Yount's 1975 Topps Rookie card.

I've got a few rookies now, but my most memorable will always be the first one I ever picked up.  I was a high school kid going to a DoDDs school in Berlin, Germany.  The American Sector of Berlin was interesting, as there was no central base, but many different compounds, called kaserns, spread around the sector.  My father actually worked on one of Hitler's old bases and I can remember swimming in the pool on Andrews kasern.  One of the Air Force kaserns, was called McNair, and bunch of the air force guys would put on a card show every couple months.  I met a really nice baseball card collector who lived at the McNair kasern and chatted him up and told him I was a big Brewers and Robin Yount fan.  He excused himself and a few minutes later he had a Robin Yount rookie to show me and offered it up.  It was no where near mint, but at the time, early 90's, Robin's rookie card was still commanding close to $200.  We negotiated and I ended up picking this guy up for about $45 bucks.  Which at the time was kind of crazy money for me, I did have a job though.  But picking up Robin's rookie card, which had been my white whale at the time, was huge.  And while I've picked up higher grade cards since then, that first Yount rookie, which I still have, is my favorite.

Friday, April 21, 2017

30 Day Baseball Card Challenge Day 10

Day 10: One of your favorite cards from the 1960's.

It took me a second to pick a card, but I knew which set it was going to be coming from.  A few years back I decided I wanted to try and start putting a vintage set together.  And for some reason I decided on 1963 Topps.  Had I given it a little more thought I might have picked a different set, with the Mantle and Pete Rose rookie sitting like two Mt. Everest's in the set.  But I love the design, I also really like the 1965 set design.  But anyways, I've been slowly picking up a card here and there. Sometimes a couple small lots.  It's taken a back seat recently with trying to sell and buy a new house, but so far I've managed to put together about 15% of the set and added some big names too.

I decided to pick the Duke to represent my choice.  Not super high grade, but well within the set condition I set for myself.  I also liked when I picked up this card I also got his 1964 Topps as well, both card feature Duke as a Met, but I'll always remember him as a Dodger.


Friday, April 14, 2017

30 Day Baseball Card Challange - Day 9: Favorite card from the 1950s

Day 9: One of your favorite cards from the 1950s.

I'll be honest I don't own a ton of cards from the 1950's and I'm not even sure what I have from that era, but the rules don't say I have to own the card I post about so here you go.

Warren Spahn's beautiful 1953 Red Man card.  I don't go out of my way to collect Milwaukee Braves cards.  But when I do run across them I pick them up.  I don't currently own any cards from any of the Red Man sets, but maybe someday in the future that will change and Mr. Spahn would be high on the list of cards I'd like to add to my collection.  Just a beautiful set.



Thursday, April 13, 2017

30 Day Baseball Card Challenge - Day 8: A card that reminds you of a family member.

Ahem well after a brief break to visit family down in Wisconsin I'm back and ready to push this challenge to the next level.  Let's get back to it.  Day 8 a card that reminds you of a family member.

I present Chipper Jones' 1991 Score Rookie card.

Back in the early 90's I was living in Berlin, Germany.  My father was stationed there in the army and it probably was the most defining time in my life.  Anyways for some reason the post exchange and all the smaller shopette convenience stores carried just about every major brand of sport card from 1989 to 1992.  If you know your sport card history this was the pinnacle of overproduction and the junk wax era.  My brother and I were both into baseball cards at the time and buying a ton of product since it was cheap.  I still have monster boxes full of base cards.  But every now and then we would trade.  I was into building sets and who knows how many I actually put together, but my brother was a little sneaker.  We'd trade, and he would go through and pull out all the rookie and prospect cards.  It took me a while to catch on.  He still has probably a shoeboxes full of them.   So while the 91 Score set was huge and overproduced it still have some notable rookies in the set.  Mr. Jones being one of the most prominent.  And whenever I see some early 90's junk wax rookie cards I can't help think of my brother.

Monday, April 3, 2017

Day 7: A card you bought in person and the story behind it.

It's a rare sight finding a card show here in Anchorage anymore.  It's even rarer when I get to go and find a card that not only I need, but fits so perfectly into my collection.  But that happened a few year's ago.  It wasn't a big show, but there were enough guys set up to make it worth my while and I was thumbing through some miscellaneous boxes of random cards and found the card below.  I'd been looking for the Gold parallel of Robin's card from the 2011 Tribute set for awhile and hadn't pulled the trigger to any online as most were going for way more than I wanted to spend.  I pulled the card out and asked the dealer what he wanted for it.  He didn't even seem to know who Robin was and asked was it really even worth anything.  I smiled and said I'd give him $5 for it, which he jumped at and I had wished maybe I'd found a few more cards to bundle with it.  But the price I offered I thought was fair to both of us and I figured I'd be paying at least half that to have it shipped to me if I won it online.  Either way I think we were both happy that day and I picked up a low numbered Yount card for my collection.


Sunday, April 2, 2017

30 Day Baseball Card Challenge - Day 6

Day 6 A card you spent more than $10 to get.

I make no bones about it, I'm cheap.  Especially when collecting.  It helps I'm a Brewers collector too since most Brewers cards can be had on the cheap, usually.  That being said I have splurged from time to time.  And what I usually splurge on are Robin Yount autographs.  Back when I had a lot more pocket change to waste on cards I picked up a few of my favorite high end Yount cards.  While more expensive products have come out and nicer on card autos can be had, the 2008 Topps Sterling set is still one of the gold standards in high end sets for me.  Plus the 2008 set featured player-centric boxes with some pretty kick ass cards, even if most of the autos were stickers.  Plus this card features a great selection within the quad relics.  And while I didn't break the bank with any of the cards I bought they were well over $10.


Saturday, April 1, 2017

30 Day Baseball Card Challenge - Day 5

Day 5: A certified autograph card of one of your favorite players.

So many cards to choose from, and I was having a hard time choosing who and then a hard time choosing what.  In the end I went with what is currently my only certified Paul Molitor autograph.  I don't consider myself an Igniter super collector, but Molly surely has a place in any self respecting Brewers collector's collection.  And the best part is I picked this card up for chump change at my LCS.  I will say the price difference between Molitor cards and Yount cards is almost a factor of 5, so it seems odd I haven't targeted more of Molly's stuff.  Well that might change.



Friday, March 31, 2017

30 Day Baseball Card Challenge - Day 4

Day 4 - A rookie card of one of your favorite players.

It should come as no surprise that I chose a card from my all time favorite player, Robin Yount.  What might surprise you is which rookie card I chose.  Since I'm going to feature Robin's 1975 Topps card eventually I figure why not feature a great oddball now.  My 1975 Hostess Twinkie card.  The 1975 Hostess set was Hostess' first attempt at what would become an annual offering, at least for the next 5 years. In the 70's you didn't have a whole lot of selection when it came to baseball cards, so the Hostess set added that little extra for collectors.  Of course the Twinkies were set directly on the cards so, except for the rare unused versions of these, they all have grease stains.  But for me it's like a relic card with dirt still in the fabric. It just adds character.  



Thursday, March 30, 2017

30 Day Baseball Card Challenge - Day 3

Day 3 - A card from the first set you tried to complete.

It's funny how many other collectors I've interacted with also list 1987 Topps Baseball as the first set they tried to put together.  1987 would mark the year I officially became a baseball card collector.  Before that I had dabbled with a pack here and there and of course I was all in with Garbage Pail Kids.  But the 1987 set is the first set I built.  I'm sure I've still got the original set somewhere.

And I chose a card of a player I really liked and still like, one of the last two sport players and a guy who's career got cut way to short.  


Wednesday, March 29, 2017

30 Day Baseball Card Challenge - Day 2


Day 2: A card with more than one player on it.

This one was a little tougher.  Tony's Challenge really didn't have any rules stating the card had to be in my collection.  But I ended up picking one that was.  As a Robin Yount supercollector I have a feeling a lot of my picks will feature Robin, but this one also features all his 1999 HOF induction classmates.  The 1999 HOF class was solid.  With Robin Yount, George Brett, Nolan Ryan, and Orlando Cepeda.  And I love cards like this that feature that class.  

So my pick for Day 2 is the 2014 Panini Golden Age Star Stamps #26.





Tuesday, March 28, 2017

30 Day Baseball Card Challenge - Day 1


Tony over at Off Hiatus Sportcards recently posted a great idea based on another idea that I'm sure was based on something else.  But regardless I'm all in.  Because, one I haven't felt like blogging. Two these will be 30 easyish post to come up with.  And three, why not?

So first up Day 1: A card from the current year with a photo you like.


I went with fun.  It's interesting that the Brewers got two cards in the Opening Day Mascots set.  Especially since it seems like pulling teeth getting Topps to give an respect to the club or it's players, but Hank's story is pretty cool and how can you not love that face?  Hank was found as a stray at the Brewers Spring Training facility in Arizona.  After attempting to find his owners the team officially adopted him and he's been a fixture around the team since 2014.

Monday, March 27, 2017

TTM Success Junior Guerra


I am always excited to get a TTM back. Especially if it's a player I haven't gotten yet.  And doubley it if it's on a Topps year I haven't gotten yet.  And triply if it's an actually active roster player.  And finally if he's actually pretty good.  Getting Junior Guerra fits just about all those.  Plus so far he's the only request out of the 8 I sent out that I've gotten back.  Sure getting Braun to actually sign TTM is a long shot, but I keep trying.  Still awesome to get Junior back!

TTM Stats
Date Sent: 3/6/17
Date Recieved: 3/27/17
Address used:
Maryvale Baseball Park
3600 North 51st Avenue
Phoenix, AZ   85031
Cards Sent 2

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

The Big Wiener

Who doesn't love free cards?  A few weeks ago Chris AKA Raz from The Raz Card Blog, got ahold of me telling me I had won a prize from one of his contests.  I'll be honest I had no idea what he was talking about, so I had to go search his blog to find out.  But hey I won't say no to free stuff.  A couple weeks later I got a small envelope and this was inside.
 I think this might be my first Sega Card Gen card.  I'm not too familiar with the cards, other than what I've read on the blogs and Googled, but from what I could find these were part of a arcade game.  Although someone will have to tell me if you won these or had to buy them and then use them to play.
This might also be one of my only Japanese cards too.  Pretty sweet.  Thank Chris

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Contest Pimp - Penny Sleeves for Your Thoughts

Been awhile I know.  Anyways get you butts over to A Penny Sleeve for Your Thoughts for a super easy contest for COMC store credit.  That means free cards fool!

Friday, February 10, 2017

As if I didn't have enough to do...

So a couple months ago I found a fun group on facebook dedicated to comic books. Just comic books, no selling, no trading, just the pure joy of finding comics, reading comics, completing a runs, enjoying the medium, you get the idea.  It's a fun group full of comic geeks geeking out to comic books and it's just great.  I looked around facebook and tried to find something comparable, but most sites dedicated to cards are trading or selling groups.  So I decided to make one.  And the Trading Card Collector's Society was born.


So if you're looking for a group on facebook to share your cards, talk about cards, have questions about cards, but don't want to be bombarded by people trying to sell their cards stop on over.  And feel free to promote your blog on the group as well.

I only have a couple hard core rules.  No selling or trading.  I've been part of other groups that did allow this and I ended up leaving because that's all the group became.  And the big rule is keep it civil, keep it clean (no nudity or profanity), and no bullying.

That's it pretty much anything else goes.  Love hockey cards? Post about them. Love non-sport movie tie in card sets? Awesome post about it.  Love TTM?  Great post about it.  Love autographs, relics, have a favorite player, team, or card set?  Post about it!!!

cb out

Monday, February 6, 2017

Well Then - The 7th Annual Almost the Easiest Super Bowl Contest on the Web comes to a close



Ahem.  Well I thought the Falcons had this thing wrapped up in the first half, but let that be a lesson to you.  It's funny I have a female friend that lives in Houston, but doesn't know anything about football.  She asked at the half if 21 points was a lot.  I responded by telling her, yes 21 points was a lot, but not against Tom Brady.  I'm glad that the Pats made it competitive in the end.  To me it seems like after the first half the Falcons were playing not to lose.  Which is way different than playing to win.

I also have to say that it came to no surprise to all of you who was the favorite to win.  23 people picked the Patriots to win again this year, 23!  In the end though it came down to just 4 picks though.  We had 4 people correctly guess the match up, three of those correctly picked the winner!

The correct guess with all the correct tie breakers would have been

Patriots over Falcons, 62 points, 3 turnovers. 

And with the correct guess for the winner and two correct tie breakers and being very close to the third our winner is Dion from Dion's IP Autos only!


Dion's IP Autos only - Patriots over Falcons 59 points 3 turnovers!

Spankee-  Falcons over Patriots, 48 points, 2 turnovers

Wilson - Patriots over Falcons, 50 points, 3 turnovers  PIMP

Cardhobbyist - Patriots over Falcons, 51 points, 3 turnovers. PIMP


dgao - Pats over Cowboys, 47 points, 2 turnovers

RAZ - Patriots over Cowboys, 57 points, 3 turnovers.

Sport Card Collectors - Patriots over Cowboys, 44 points, 2 turnovers

Stealing Home - Patriots over Cowboys, 50 pts, 4 turnovers

Jon - Patriots over Cowboys, 40 points, 4 turnovers.

Daniel Wilson - Patriots over Cowboys. 45 points. 3 turnovers.

cardboardhogs.com - Patriots over Packers, 63 points, 3 turnovers PIMP

Fuji - Patriots over Cowboys, 62 points, 2 turnovers.

JediJeff -  Pats over Cowboys, 41 points 1 turnover.

GCA - Patriots over Cowboys, 31 points, 2 turnovers.

West Roxbury Animal Hospital Hospital - Patriots over Giants (finally), 58 points, 4 turnovers

Jafronius - Patriots over Cowboys, 37 points, 2 turnovers

B Man - Patriots over the Cowboys 35-14 PIMP

John Sharp - Patriots over the Cowboys... 56 points, 4 turnovers.

Matthew Scott - Patriots over the Packers 58pts , 3 turnovers

forestrydave - Patriots over the Cowboys, 52 points and 3 turnovers

Hal - Patriots over Cowboys, boring I know. 49 and two turnovers

Jason German - Patriots over Cowboys, 66 points, 4 turnovers. Much the same as others.

Marc- Patriots over Packers 59 points 1 turnover.

Alan - Patriots over Cowboys 41 points 3 turnovers

Now for the door prize winner!  I've added all the picks to a list randomizer at random.org and randmoized the list 3 times. If you were nice enough to promote my contest on your blog or other social media accounts I gave you an extra entry.  And the winner is......



Fuji!! Who writes the great blog Chronicles of Fuji.

Thanks to everybody who played, we had a great turn out this year.  Now just 2 months till baseball!

Dion and Fuji I'll be in touch.

Sunday, January 22, 2017

7th Annual Almost the Easiest Super Bowl Contest on the Web - Conference Championship Take Down!


Well that was a little anticlimactic.  I sure wish the Packers had made it a better game and New England handled Pittsburgh pretty easily.  That said we lost 10 and with the Super Bowl teams set there were a lot of people that picked the Patriots, but only 3 that correctly guessed the match up would be against the Falcons.  And our lone player, Spankee, to pick the Falcons also correctly picked the match up.  I've highlighted the four picks still in it.

Great job guys!  I think this might be the most correct match-ups going into the Super Bowl yet.  Good luck and I'll have a winners announcement in two weeks after the game!

Cardhobbyist - Patriots over Falcons, 51 points, 3 turnovers. PIMP

Nachos Grande - Steelers over Cowboys, 45 points, 3 turnovers

The Lost Collector - Packers over Steelers, 52 points, 2 turnovers

dgao - Pats over Cowboys, 47 points, 2 turnovers

RAZ - Patriots over Cowboys, 57 points, 3 turnovers.

Sport Card Collectors - Patriots over Cowboys, 44 points, 2 turnovers

Stealing Home - Patriots over Cowboys, 50 pts, 4 turnovers

Brian Stryker - Steelers over Cowboys, 48 pts, 4 turnovers

Jeff S - PACKERS over Chiefs, 52pts, 3 turnovers PIMP

Jon - Patriots over Cowboys, 40 points, 4 turnovers.

Daniel Wilson - Patriots over Cowboys. 45 points. 3 turnovers.

cardboardhogs.com - Patriots over Packers, 63 points, 3 turnovers PIMP

Fuji - Patriots over Cowboys, 62 points, 2 turnovers.

JediJeff -  Pats over Cowboys, 41 points 1 turnover.

Matt Stupienski - Packers over Patriots, 66 points, 1 turnover

GCA - Patriots over Cowboys, 31 points, 2 turnovers.

Dion's IP Autos only - Patriots over Falcons 59 points 3 turnovers!

arpsmith - Packers over Patriots, 52 points, 3 turnovers

Spankee-  Falcons over Patriots, 48 points, 2 turnovers

West Roxbury Animal Hospital Hospital - Patriots over Giants (finally), 58 points, 4 turnovers

TSHenson - Steelers over Packers 62 points 3 turnovers

Jafronius - Patriots over Cowboys, 37 points, 2 turnovers

B Man - Patriots over the Cowboys 35-14 PIMP

John Sharp - Patriots over the Cowboys... 56 points, 4 turnovers.

Matthew Scott - Patriots over the Packers 58pts , 3 turnovers

Kyle D - Packers over Raiders, 45 points, 4 turnovers.

forestrydave - Patriots over the Cowboys, 52 points and 3 turnovers

Hal - Patriots over Cowboys, boring I know. 49 and two turnovers

Jason German - Patriots over Cowboys, 66 points, 4 turnovers. Much the same as others.

Marc- Patriots over Packers 59 points 1 turnover.

Alan - Patriots over Cowboys 41 points 3 turnovers

Josh Liss - Packers over Chiefs, 61 points, 3 turnovers

Wilson - Patriots over Falcons, 50 points, 3 turnovers  PIMP

Robert - Steelers over Giants, 48 points, 3 turnovers

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Child of the 80's - A trade post

We interrupt the infrequent Super Bowl contest posts to bring you this trade post.

I'm a child of the 80's.  I grew up on the A-Team, He-Man, and Chuck Norris movies.  And of course a fond love of the Garbage Pail Kids. When John from Johnny's Trading Spot emailed me out of the blue if I was interested in trading for some GPK I was immediately interested, but hesitant.  I wasn't sure if I could pull a trade off now.  Most of my collection is currently sitting miles away in a heated storage unit.  As I thought about it, that sage advice that Winston gives Ray in Ghostbusters echoed in my head, "Ray when someone asks if you're a god you say YES!"  So when someone offers to trade you a big stack of Garbage Pail Kids, especially ones you need, you say YES!, So I said yes.  Fast forward to a week or so ago and a flat rate box showed up on my doorstep and inside, packed very neatly (I wish I'd have gotten a photo of it) and wrapped like little presents, was about 300 Garbage Pail Kids, all from my want list.

I was really impressed with how good of shape the card were in.  Johnny had said that he had picked this up with a larger purchase, but didn't elaborate too much.  But whoever had owned these before John stored them very well.  The cards ranged from Series 4 through I think Series 14.  Here are a couple of my favorites.

 So gross.
Pretty risque for 1986-87.

Currently my collection is housed in one two slot shoebox, but I'm hoping when we get a new house I might work these into a binder.  This is also a picture before I added all of John's cards.

I have to say I'm not a huge fan of the new GPK stuff Topps has been throwing out.  And I decided a couple years ago to stop going after any of the new stuff and concentrate on the original 15 series'.  That said when I went to update my need list the last time I had updated it was March 2013!  It's been awhile since I've thought about this collection.

Thanks John for putting some life back into it!

Monday, January 16, 2017

7th Annual Almost the Easiest Super Bowl Contest on the Web Divisional Games Round Up



Well heck that was an interesting weekend of football.  I don't think anyone was surprised to see the Patriots handle the Texans, although at half time I was wondering if there might be an upset.  I was surprised how well the Falcons manhandled the Seahawks.  What a game Sunday morning.  As a Packers I swear the Packers are trying to kill me with a heart attack.  And I didn't get to watch the Pittsburgh-Chiefs game but I here the kickers got a workout.

That said we lost 12 this round, but with the Patriots being the overall favorites there are still plenty of you in it.  I've also added a few more cards to the prize pool.

First up for the Door Prize I have this great 1991 Domino's Pizza Quarterback Challenge complete 50 card set. Some great Hall of Famers in the set.  It also comes in a nice little carrying case.

Added to the Grand Prize pool a couple nice numbered cards.  The David Johnson rookie card is #d to 999 and the 2016 Certified JJ Watt Mirror Orange is #d to 225.
 And I've also added a couple more relics.  A very shiny Jeremy Hill Specta relic and a nice Sammie Coates Rookie Threads.  And I might have a few more goodies to added after the Conference Championships.

Here is the break down of the picks and who we lost.    See you all after the games next week.

Greg Zakwin - Cowboys over Steelers, 42 points, 2 turnovers.  PIMP

Cardhobbyist - Patriots over Falcons, 51 points, 3 turnovers. PIMP

Nachos Grande - Steelers over Cowboys, 45 points, 3 turnovers

The Lost Collector - Packers over Steelers, 52 points, 2 turnovers

dgao - Pats over Cowboys, 47 points, 2 turnovers

RAZ - Patriots over Cowboys, 57 points, 3 turnovers.

Sport Card Collectors - Patriots over Cowboys, 44 points, 2 turnovers

Josh D - Cowboys over Patriots. 48 points, 2 turnovers.

Adam Kaningher - Cowboys over Chiefs, 41 points, 3 turnovers.

Shane Kroeker - Dallas Cowboys Over New England Patriots 45 points, 4 turnovers

Stealing Home - Patriots over Cowboys, 50 pts, 4 turnovers

Brian Stryker - Steelers over Cowboys, 48 pts, 4 turnovers

Jeff S - PACKERS over Chiefs, 52pts, 3 turnovers PIMP

Jon - Patriots over Cowboys, 40 points, 4 turnovers.

Daniel Wilson - Patriots over Cowboys. 45 points. 3 turnovers.

cardboardhogs.com - Patriots over Packers, 63 points, 3 turnovers PIMP

Fuji - Patriots over Cowboys, 62 points, 2 turnovers.

Corky - Seatttle Seahawks over the Patriots, 41 points and 3 turnovers.

JediJeff -  Pats over Cowboys, 41 points 1 turnover.

Matt Stupienski - Packers over Patriots, 66 points, 1 turnover

GCA - Patriots over Cowboys, 31 points, 2 turnovers.

Dion's IP Autos only - Patriots over Falcons 59 points 3 turnovers!

arpsmith - Packers over Patriots, 52 points, 3 turnovers

Michael Ott - Seahawks over Steelers, 55 points, 2 turnovers

Spankee-  Falcons over Patriots, 48 points, 2 turnovers

West Roxbury Animal Hospital Hospital - Patriots over Giants (finally), 58 points, 4 turnovers

TSHenson - Steelers over Packers 62 points 3 turnovers

Brandon - Cowboys over Steelers 45 points, 2 turnovers

Jafronius - Patriots over Cowboys, 37 points, 2 turnovers

madding - Chiefs over Cowboys, 44 points, 2 turnovers

B Man - Patriots over the Cowboys 35-14 PIMP

John Sharp - Patriots over the Cowboys... 56 points, 4 turnovers.

Matthew Scott - Patriots over the Packers 58pts , 3 turnovers

Need More Cardboard - Cowboys over Raiders, 51 points, 4 turnovers

Kyle D - Packers over Raiders, 45 points, 4 turnovers.

forestrydave - Patriots over the Cowboys, 52 points and 3 turnovers

Hal - Patriots over Cowboys, boring I know. 49 and two turnovers

Jason German - Patriots over Cowboys, 66 points, 4 turnovers. Much the same as others.

David Switzer - Chiefs over Packers. 33 points. 7 turnovers

Marc- Patriots over Packers 59 points 1 turnover.

Whitehorse - Chiefs over Falcons 56 points 4 Turnovers

Alan - Patriots over Cowboys 41 points 3 turnovers

Josh Liss - Packers over Chiefs, 61 points, 3 turnovers

Wilson - Patriots over Falcons, 50 points, 3 turnovers  PIMP

Trevor P - Seahawks over Chiefs, 46 points, 3 turnovers

Robert - Steelers over Giants, 48 points, 3 turnovers

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Almost the Easiest Super Bowl Contest on the Web Wild Card Weekend Round Up


Well I'd like to say it was a great weekend of football, but most of the games ended up being pretty one sided.  That said we only lost one this round.  CaptKirk42 was the only one brave enough to pick the Lions and well you know what happened.

So good luck next week everybody. Should be some great games.

Greg Zakwin - Cowboys over Steelers, 42 points, 2 turnovers.  PIMP

Cardhobbyist - Patriots over Falcons, 51 points, 3 turnovers. PIMP

Nachos Grande - Steelers over Cowboys, 45 points, 3 turnovers

The Lost Collector - Packers over Steelers, 52 points, 2 turnovers

dgao - Pats over Cowboys, 47 points, 2 turnovers

RAZ - Patriots over Cowboys, 57 points, 3 turnovers.

Sport Card Collectors - Patriots over Cowboys, 44 points, 2 turnovers

Josh D - Cowboys over Patriots. 48 points, 2 turnovers.

Adam Kaningher - Cowboys over Chiefs, 41 points, 3 turnovers.

Shane Kroeker - Dallas Cowboys Over New England Patriots 45 points, 4 turnovers

Stealing Home - Patriots over Cowboys, 50 pts, 4 turnovers

Brian Stryker - Steelers over Cowboys, 48 pts, 4 turnovers

Jeff S - PACKERS over Chiefs, 52pts, 3 turnovers PIMP

Jon - Patriots over Cowboys, 40 points, 4 turnovers.

Daniel Wilson - Patriots over Cowboys. 45 points. 3 turnovers.

cardboardhogs.com - Patriots over Packers, 63 points, 3 turnovers PIMP

Fuji - Patriots over Cowboys, 62 points, 2 turnovers.

Corky - Seatttle Seahawks over the Patriots, 41 points and 3 turnovers.

JediJeff -  Pats over Cowboys, 41 points 1 turnover.

Matt Stupienski - Packers over Patriots, 66 points, 1 turnover

GCA - Patriots over Cowboys, 31 points, 2 turnovers.

Dion's IP Autos only - Patriots over Falcons 59 points 3 turnovers!

arpsmith - Packers over Patriots, 52 points, 3 turnovers

Michael Ott - Seahawks over Steelers, 55 points, 2 turnovers

Spankee-  Falcons over Patriots, 48 points, 2 turnovers

West Roxbury Animal Hospital Hospital - Patriots over Giants (finally), 58 points, 4 turnovers

TSHenson - Steelers over Packers 62 points 3 turnovers

Brandon - Cowboys over Steelers 45 points, 2 turnovers

Jafronius - Patriots over Cowboys, 37 points, 2 turnovers

madding - Chiefs over Cowboys, 44 points, 2 turnovers

B Man - Patriots over the Cowboys 35-14 PIMP

CaptKirk42 - Lions over Texans 42 points 2 turnovers.

John Sharp - Patriots over the Cowboys... 56 points, 4 turnovers.

Matthew Scott - Patriots over the Packers 58pts , 3 turnovers

Need More Cardboard - Cowboys over Raiders, 51 points, 4 turnovers

Kyle D - Packers over Raiders, 45 points, 4 turnovers.

forestrydave - Patriots over the Cowboys, 52 points and 3 turnovers

Hal - Patriots over Cowboys, boring I know. 49 and two turnovers

Jason German - Patriots over Cowboys, 66 points, 4 turnovers. Much the same as others.

David Switzer - Chiefs over Packers. 33 points. 7 turnovers

Marc- Patriots over Packers 59 points 1 turnover.

Whitehorse - Chiefs over Falcons 56 points 4 Turnovers

Alan - Patriots over Cowboys 41 points 3 turnovers

Josh Liss - Packers over Chiefs, 61 points, 3 turnovers

Wilson - Patriots over Falcons, 50 points, 3 turnovers  PIMP

Trevor P - Seahawks over Chiefs, 46 points, 3 turnovers

Robert - Steelers over Giants, 48 points, 3 turnovers