Aaron Rodgers has won three MVP awards, and is currently leading the MVP odds to win a fourth this season. At age 38, he has shown no signs of slowing down. Whether he retires now or in 5 years, he is destined for the Hall of Fame.
He had yet another incredible season, throwing for 37 touchdowns and just 4 interceptions, with a 69% completion percentage.
As we await the MVP award announcement on Saturday, February 12th, we are dropping one of the best Aaron Rodgers rookie cards out there.
On Thursday, February 10th, we are dropping a 2005 Playoff Contenders #101 Aaron Rodgers Autograph PSA 10.
Let’s get into why this card, out of many great options, is easily one of the best Aaron Rodgers rookie cards on the market.
As briefly mentioned above, there are few players who have been as good as Rodgers over the past 10+ years. The Packers have consistently been one of the best teams in the league, year after year.
One of the most efficient QB’s ever, Rodgers is a Super Bowl MVP and Champion, 3X NFL MVP (and likely a fourth on the way), 3X First Team All-Pro and 9x Pro Bowler.
Already in elite company with Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Brett Farve as the only players to be named MVP more than twice, winning back to back MVPs in his age 37 and 38 seasons would be quite an accomplishment.
There is some unknown when it comes to Rodgers’ future, but the one thing we can all be certain of is wherever he continues, he will continue to dominate.
Typically, it’s a good idea to collect the best rookie cards of the top players in any sport. The best of Aaron Rodgers rookie cards certainly fall in that category.
You’ve heard several times already that this is one of Aaron Rodgers best rookie cards, so it’s about time we get to why.
First of all, Playoff Contenders Rookie Ticket Auto, meaning there is an autographed rookie ticket in the card, is one of the most sought after cards. While the card is not numbered, the print run was revealed to be around 530 copies.
The card has Rodgers in his iconic #12 Packers jersey, along with a very clear autograph on the ticket design.
Further, this card is a PSA 10 POP 37, meaning there are only 37 total PSA 10 grades of this card that exist.
For those reasons, this is one of Aaron Rodgers most valuable sports cards.
Last but certainly not least, is the price you can get this card at on Dibbs when it drops on Thursday, February 10th.
Despite losing in the playoffs, this trading card value saw a major spike with the most recent sale of this card on January 23rd, 2022, when it sold for $52,800. On Dibbs, the same card is dropping for $39,000.
You can get this card at 26% LESS than the price of it’s last sale, according to Card Ladder.
Join us on Thursday, February 10th to buy a piece of this awesome Aaron Rodgers Rookie card!
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