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The Routing Table This Week: Contenders Hockey, National Treasures Football

January 15, 2011

I began trembling at my desk in the middle of the afternoon on Thursday. For the life of me, I couldn’t understand why. In fact, it wasn’t until I walked to the far end of the building later that evening that I figured out what was causing my sweaty tremors.

A serious case of Routing Table withdrawal.

So I immediately made my way to that routinely-revealing four-legged friend to see what fruits it had in store this time. I was not disappointed. In fact, there was so much to see this week that I decided to break this submission into two parts. This first one offers captivating looks at the history-making 2010-11 Contenders Hockey and the stunningly beautiful 2010 National Treasures Football.

Tomorrow’s Routing Table sneak peek will be just a little different, but no less entertaining or regal. (Wait, is that a hint?)

5 Comments leave one →
  1. January 15, 2011 2:53 pm

    The “Thurmanator”!!! I’ll def have to go after that one.

  2. Jason permalink
    January 16, 2011 11:53 pm

    I love how you guys are including coaches. Any chance we will ever see a new base card of Coach Paul Brown? I got a few autographs and a cut signature for this years Classics, but would like something more besides his old Bowman card from 1950.

  3. WhenIsaySEA! permalink
    January 17, 2011 1:18 am

    I was just looking at the sale sheet, and this NT just looks stunning. I get more and more excited every day! Do you guys have any more pictures of contenders to show too?? What about some Plates and Patches?!?! The next few months is going to bankrupt me!

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