Best Football Cards of the 80s
The best football cards of the 80s include many that are easy to find, but potentially pricey considering their status as ultra-popular high-grade rookie cards.
Cliff Branch - 1976 Topps #173
1976 Topps football card #173: Cliff Branch; player: Cliff Branch, team: Oakland Raiders, college: Colorado, hometown: Houston, TX
Earl Campbell "Out of My Way" (c.1983) Houston Oilers Premium Poster Print - Photofile Inc.
A true Texas legend! Born and raised in the Lone Star State, Earl Campbell was a college superstar and Heisman Trophy winner at the University of Texas; Rookie of the Year and MVP of the NFL in 1978; and one of the few players who truly personifies the old Houston Oilers franchise. This beautiful poster, published exclusively for SportsPosterWarehouse, features an archival shot of Earl in the middle of one of his unstoppable open-field bursts, as he runs straight through a hapless Buffalo…
When Washington goes national: Sports Illustrated covers
“The Unlikely Sports Capital.’’ That’s how Sports Illustrated described Washington and Baltimore and its charging baseball teams on the magazine’s Oct. 1 cover. But Washington area teams (Nats, Redskins, Wizards, Hoyas, Terrapins) have had their cover moments. Here’s when sports in the nation’s capital shone — at least for a while.
Cryptocurrency News | CCN offers Breaking Crypto News, Prices & Charts!
In every NFL game, a linebacker stands within five yards of the line of scrimmage and runs at high speed ahead at the snap of the football and bars any opp