Thought I got Portis for a deal for 220k the day before.
By mid-day Friday, he was at 160k.
95% of the time, coins will net you more.
It's not even a promo, it's basically just a temporary change to LTD legends that reward you with a NAT item at the end of the 10 weeks.
Was it a little more hyped up than it should've been considering the hint they dropped yesterday? I would agree with that, but to just completely shit all over it feels disingenuous. If they didn't release this, we would still be getting a LTD legend that would be nearly impossible to obtain for the average player and no free NAT version for doing their weekly solo. This is basically a positive change to LTD legends.
HB- Bo/Combine CJ2K/M25 cover Barry/Adrian Peterson
CB- Combine DRC/ Leon Sandcastle
S- Calvin Johnson/Sean Taylor
I didn't play 11 or 12 so I might be missing some iconic cards from those years.
Something I love that nobody talks about is the balancing to user pass defense. No longer can a LB intercept a pass that was targeting a receiver 30 yards behind him. Also, I feel like "User Lurk" drops are super rare this year which is awesome because the user should be rewarded for being in the right spot.
I use both.
I like Harrison a lot more. He is faster and seems to get more open. The only nice part about Odell is that sometimes he breaks free on streaks because of his abilities.
I probably get 3x more production from Harrison, but I also target him more. Keep in mind that Harrison is faster than every defensive player in the game and cannot be run down once he breaks free.
Do young kids really need to know every single 4x pro-bowler to prove they know something about the history of the game?
I'm glad you got your card, but I'm not sure why you felt the need to attack at least half of Muthead (anyone 25 and younger probably doesn't know who Hanks was) as well as the entire NFL in the same thread.
I’m trying to figure out why you think someone would buy it for 295k? Anyone who wants Zack Martin would probably just grab the regular one. Anyone who buys one off AH is immediately losing value.
The appeal is that the platinum card can't lose value.
Regular Zach Martin will be worth 30k at some point in the future. The platinum card will never be worth less than 220k. If you plan on keeping the card in your lineup for a really long time, they aren't terrible investments.
That's actually pretty funny.
Plus props to you for having a good attitude about it.