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Old 01-31-2013   #15
Double Barrel
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Default Re: NFL cracks down on fake jerseys

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Originally Posted by Hookem Horns View Post
That takes me back to the real jerseys. If I would have spent $250 for a real Mario jersey I would not be a happy camper. With players jumping around so much I would never spend $250 for a jersey. Actually I would never spend $250 for a jersey period. At that price you would think they are made out of some rare animal skin.
That's why 1) you wait until the big off-season sale when NFL.com offers them for around $150 (still a lot, of course), and 2) you get it custom with your own name and number, because you know you will still be you and a Texans fan 20 years from now (assuming they don't move to L.A.).

The only player I would consider right now is Andre Johnson. Dude is THE Houston Texan. I've like to have an Earl, but not at the cost of wearing baby blue and giving Buck Fud a penny (even though I know he benefits from any NFL merchandise purchase I make...go figure).
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