Sports Card Sells of the Week: Dec 27-Jan 3

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Contributed by Conner Barnett

Each week on the Sports Card Strategy Show, we talk about the top sports cards to sell now! We break down those selling opportunities further here at so you don't miss your chance to profit.

So if you're asking yourself "which sports cards should I sell now?" - read below to not miss any opportunities!

If you're interested in any of the plays below, be sure to click on any of the links, as well as card photos provided, as they will send you directly to eBay listings of that respective card.

1. Joe Flacco and The Cleveland Browns

Lefty McKee pitched buying Joe Flacco several weeks ago on the chance that he got the call from the practice squad and saw valuable time for a fighting Cleveland Browns team. While this was a fantastic call, none of us expected Flacco to explode like he has. Over the last 5 weeks that have featured Flacco at the helm, the Browns have gone 4-1, including a beatdown victory of the New York Jets where Flacco went for over 300 yards through the air and added 3 touchdown passes. Over the last 30 days his 2008 Topps Chrome Base in PSA 10 is up over 50%, and with the increased hype (potentially for the last time) we recommend getting as many of his prints listed as possible to either maximize profits or mitigate losses! Also, if you PC'd him when he was an NFL Starter and still have his cards, SELL NOW. If you think you might have some of his cards in your boxes, dig 'em out, SELL NOW and reinvest into other guys in our Football Rankings. 

Additionally, Amari Cooper’s 2015 Topps Chrome Base and Topps Chrome Refractor have climbed 164% and 77% in PSA 10 over the last 30 days, making now a great time to get out on an aging receiver who’s put together some monster performances as of late. The same goes for David Njoku, who has 5 different raw prints up 70% or more over that time period.

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