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    2005 Playoff Contenders Aaron Rodgers (Rookie Ticket Autograph) #101 PSA Mint 9. By the time this card falls to the auction hammer, the Rodgers era in Green Bay, Wisconsin may be over, brought to an acrimonious close after a Super Bowl Championship and three NFL Most Valuable Player Awards. But no matter what happens, this first-ballot Hall of Famer will forever be a Packer, just like the iconic QB who ruled the frozen tundra before him. Together with Tom Brady, Drew Brees and Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers established the first decades of the twenty-first century as the greatest in professional football for elite quarterbacking, much like Ali, Frazier, Foreman and Norton did for heavyweight boxing in the 1970's.

    Here's where it all began, a 2005 season that saw Rodgers make three appearances, completing nine of sixteen passes for sixty-five yards and no touchdowns during a brutal year in Titletown that saw the Pack win just four games. Rodgers would understudy for two more seasons before taking the reins in 2008. Two years later, he'd bring the Lombardi Trophy home to its native habitat.

    We need only refer to the recent $3.1 million sale of a Tom Brady rookie card to get some sense of how much the market has swelled for the gridiron greats of the modern game, and while this specimen won't reach such a lofty height, it's a card that floats upon the same rising tide. We can't spot a thing wrong with this beauty, and the black sharpie signature is a perfect 10/10.

    Guide Value or Estimate: $10,000 - up.

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