Well it looks like it will just be 2 companies for football cards next year and Topps is not one of them! What do you think?

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I'm a big fan of football, but not so much collecting it. I think topps is going to have to rely on it's baseball products to make money, which may mean we won't see as many good stuff in topps products.
Going to seem weird to put lost license as my last page in this Topps Nfl binder.
I really wonder how the NFL gave their Lisc, what was weighed? In the end, it had to be the bottom line -$$$- You'd think brand recognition(IE: Topps having a release since 59') would be worth some heavy consideration. This one is harder to figure out than the NHL going solo with UD

De Ja Vue, all over again. NFL goes with A Sandwich!? 

http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/11290770/nflpa-enters-exclusive-t...

That's Funny!!!!!



Coach R said:

De Ja Vue, all over again. NFL goes with A Sandwich!? 

http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/11290770/nflpa-enters-exclusive-t...

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Well it looks like it will just be 2 companies for football cards next year and Topps is not one of them! What do you think?

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