Could this be the year the Cincinnati Bengals finally get over the hump and win an AFC Playoff game? After starting 8-0 and finishing with a 12-4 record and first place finish in the AFC North in 2015, the Bengals still failed to win a playoff game under head coach Marvin Lewis after clinching the playoffs for a franchise record fifth consecutive season. It’s been 25 years now without a playoff win for Cincinnati, and a lot of pressure and criticism has come on Lewis and quarterback Andy Dalton, who enters his sixth season as the Bengals’ starter. Dalton’s regular season success has made his signed memorabilia one of the more coveted autographs, especially on Bengals mini helmets and footballs. Dalton’s top target, A.J. Green, is another popular autograph on the market. Green is a perennial Pro Bowler and among the most reliable wide receivers in the NFL. Cincinnati needs to find a balance at running back between Jeremy Hill and Giovani Bernard, who have each carried the load for the Bengals at times. What keeps the Bengals a perennial contender is their defense, led by Pro Bowlers Geno Atkins, Reggie Nelson, Carlos Dunlap, and Adam “Pacman” Jones. 12-4 might be a tough record to match or exceed for the 2016 Cincinnati Bengals, especially with their rival Pittsburgh Steelers looking like an improved team and the Baltimore Ravens hoping to rebound from an uncharacteristic 5-11 season. Except the Bengals to reach the playoffs and then we’ll go from there.
Coming off of an uncharacteristic 5-11 season, the 2016 San Francisco 49ers have higher expectations this season under new head coach Chip Kelly. Kelly brings his up-tempo offense to San Francisco after failing to change the landscape of the Philadelphia Eagles offense. The 49ers find themselves in a quarterback battle between last season’s starter Colin Kaepernick, who ended 2015 on the IR after being benched for Blaine Gabbert, former 2011 first round draft pick of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Either quarterback will benefit from having workhorse running back Carlos Hyde in the backfield. Hyde is expected to have a big 2016 season and his signed memorabilia, including signed mini helmets, footballs, and more, has seen a rise in popularity. The 49ers will have a hard time tallying more wins in the 2016 season and competing with a crowded NFC West division. The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks are both Super Bowl contenders, and the Rams are a bit of a mystery as they begin their first season in Los Angeles. The San Francisco 49ers have lost too many key members of their once stout defense, and with a new head coach and quarterback controversy, you can’t expect a huge jump from the team in 2016. The 49ers remain a popular NFL team, however, and signed helmets, jerseys, footballs, and photos still attract plenty of interest.
Welcome these new NFL players to the League. We have had public and private signings with the top rookies from the 2016 NFL Draft. These athletes include:
We sell photos, footballs, helmets, mini helmets and more. College photos and now BRAND NEW pro memorabilia. Signed mini helmets and logo footballs. These items are not for sale anywhere else on the web!
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EXCLUSIVE MEMORABILIA signed by:
A’Shawn Robinson autographed memorabilia – Lions collectibles
Bradley Sylve autographed memorabilia
Braxton Miller autographed memorabilia – Texans collectibles
Cardale Jones autographed memorabilia – Bills collectibles
Chase Farris autographed memorabilia
Darron Lee autographed memorabilia – Jets collectibles
Derrick Henry autographed memorabilia – Titans collectibles
Eli Apple autographed memorabilia – Giants collectibles
Ezekiel Elliott autographed memorabilia – Cowboys collectibles
Jabriel Washington autographed memorabilia
Jacoby Boren autographed memorabilia
Jake Coker autographed memorabilia – Cardinals collectibles
Jalin Marshall autographed memorabilia – Jets collectibles
Joey Bosa autographed memorabilia – Chargers collectibles
Michael Thomas autographed memorabilia – Saints collectibles
Richard Mullaney autographed memorabilia
Ryan Kelly autographed memorabilia – Colts collectibles
Taylor Decker autographed memorabilia – Lions collectibles
Tyvis Powell autographed memorabilia – Seahawks collectibles
Vonn Bell autographed memorabilia – Saints collectibles
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama, May 10, 2016 (SportsCollectibles.com) –
Heisman Trophy winner, National Champion and Tennessee Titans Running Back, Derrick Henry will sign autographs for the public in Huntsville, Alabama. The signing will take place Saturday, June 11th at 2:00pm at Parkway Place Mall in Huntsville.
Derrick Henry will begin signing for fans at 2:00pm. We recommend arriving early as we are expecting big crowds to show their appreciation to the Heisman Trophy Winner. Fans will have the option to purchase tickets upon arrival at the Parkway Place Mall or they can pre-order tickets for the signing (details below). There will be unsigned Alabama mini helmets, footballs, photos and full size helmets available for purchase. Also, brand new Tennessee Titans merchandise will be available. Autograph ticket prices range from $99 to $119. Come out and meet the National Champion, Heisman Trophy Winner and newest member of the Tennessee Titans, Derrick Henry.
Fans can purchase tickets upon arrival at the Parkway Place Mall or they can pre-order tickets for the signing at www.sportscollectibles.com or by calling (800)793-9793.
Details for the upcoming show!
• March 11-13th @ Fairfield Commons Mall (Beaver Creek, OH)
• An autograph signing event featuring 2014 National Champs:
Ezekiel Elliott, Cardale Jones, Eli Apple, Vonn Bell, Taylor Decker & More
• Specific times and dates for players TBD.
• Proudly presented by 4th & Goal, Ohio Sports Marketing, and Sports Collectibles.