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Old 07-12-2008, 11:34 AM   #16
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For $200 you should get more than a crappy jersey. Looking at the other things this seller has sold, he's also sold a bunch of Darren McFadden jerseys, so, for what it's worth, I'm not sure it's Colt selling the jerseys.

This may just be a photo the seller took of Colt signing the jerseys at some signing event where Colt would sign anything you brought him. Not that I know either way--I just don't know why Colt would be selling Darren McFadden stuff. Most plausible explanation to me would be that some entrepreneurial local Hawaiian named "Nolan" thought he'd make a few bucks off some 'Skins fans, but what do I know?

Some 'Skins fan got it for as little as $69 too.
OK, I didn't look at his selling history... I stand corrected....
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Old 07-12-2008, 05:37 PM   #17
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I will disagree with this point. They are showing pictures of the jerseys with the counterfit tags and logos. I would say they are trying to give you the impression it is a licensed jersey.
I still don't agree with you at all on that either.. you cant exactly see what the tags say, he might have bought the jersey with those tags on them (some companys might put tags on their items that look something like another name brand, but thats not this sellers fault) and also he does not say in the auction at all that it is an authentic jersey. If you dont like dont buy, but if someone bought that and was dissatisifed that it wasnt an authentic jersey and open a complaint against the seller on ebay im sure that ebay would side with the seller.
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Old 07-12-2008, 06:14 PM   #18
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I still don't agree with you at all on that either.. you cant exactly see what the tags say, he might have bought the jersey with those tags on them (some companys might put tags on their items that look something like another name brand, but thats not this sellers fault) and also he does not say in the auction at all that it is an authentic jersey. If you dont like dont buy, but if someone bought that and was dissatisifed that it wasnt an authentic jersey and open a complaint against the seller on ebay im sure that ebay would side with the seller.
My point with the jersey is the average person cannot tell a fake from a real. They see the tags and assume they are buying a $250 jersey for only $200 with the autograph. If they show the tags, that is implying it is legit.
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That's what the "Ask seller a question." option is for.
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That's what the "Ask seller a question." option is for.
Well, we will have to agree to disagree. It is my feelings that if a seller is showing "NFL" tags, then he is presenting the item as real. I guess it is because early on, I have been burned. Since that time, I have seen ALOT of other people also get burned.
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Old 07-12-2008, 10:49 PM   #21
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It is kind of like when you buy a name brand item from a major store in a mall. You assume that if it has that name brand, it is not a fake.

Now, if your paying $25 for an item that should be $250, then you should know... but an item discounted only 20-25%... that just seems like a sale price and not a warning sign of a fake.
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Ultimately, if Brennan plays, I'll guarantee we'll score more points and win more tight games. If not, I'll sell you my signed Colt Brennan jersey for a couple of cold beers.
If Brennan plays we are in a world of doo-doo this year. And as far as the Brennan jersey, it may not be worth much more than a couple of beers, if Brennan is out of the NFL in two years. Another Hawaii QB who put up similar numbers and knew how to win games comes to mind, Timmy Chang (CFL). If Brennan does have to go in, I'll be pulling for him because he's a Redskin, but I'm not expecting much.
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If Brennan plays we are in a world of doo-doo this year. And as far as the Brennan jersey, it may not be worth much more than a couple of beers, if Brennan is out of the NFL in two years. Another Hawaii QB who put up similar numbers and knew how to win games comes to mind, Timmy Chang (CFL). If Brennan does have to go in, I'll be pulling for him because he's a Redskin, but I'm not expecting much.
Not to turn this into a Colt love fest, but most of us thought if Collins started we would be in a "world of doo-doo" and he led us to the playoffs. Stranger things have happened...don't count Colt out.
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Old 07-13-2008, 03:34 AM   #24
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OK, I didn't look at his selling history... I stand corrected....
Naw, that's a good thing to stay on the look out--I blame James Washington!

Anybody else remember that guy? We brought him in from Dallas, without lookin' I wanna say the '95 season, he came in with a big signing bonus, and the first thing he did was start a merchandise company.

He sold apparel, especially hats, as I recall, in Redskins colors with his number on it. #24, with feather. I remember 'cause I got one of the hats. The brim was made from a real football...

Anyway, he didn't finish out his first and only season with the Redskins.

I think I remember the Wash. Post had him on the list of worst Redskins ever. Seemed to be more interested in his apparel company than winning games...

So somebody's gotta keep an eye out for the bastards! They're out there.

And hey, who knows? Maybe this guy IS workin' for Colt! I can imagine somebody with a little entrepreneurship settin' something like this up through the back door. I know I'd have to be awful rich before selling crappy jerseys for $200 a pop didn't seem worthwhile to me!
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In case you didn't know it, there is a vast Hawaiian conspiracy to get Colt into the lineup and sell Jerseys to every Redskin fan. I heard that for every jersey sold, he gets a free Mai Tai at Dukes. We need to keep our eyes on him.
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Nevermind, wrong thread, my bad.
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