Steven Jackson rookie cards are extremely under rated.  He has been the work horse on some bad St. Louis Rams teams.  He still continues to be one of the best running backs in the NFL.  Steven Jackson rookie cards are very affordable and with the new addition of Sam Bradford the Rams might be on their way too a division title.  Here we will take a look at some of the most undervalued Steven Jackson rookie cards and what prices you can pay for these affordable football cards.  We expect these cards to possibly double in value if the Rams offense can get in gear.


2004 Playoff Contenders RC Ticket Steven Jackson rookie card

These amazing autographed Steven Jackson rookie cards can be purchased on Ebay ungraded for about $75-$80.  This is amazing when you take into consideration the values of some of the other great backs in the league. These cards are some of the best bargains in the hobby.

2004 SP Authentic Steven Jackson rookie card autograph

This is another great Steven Jackson RC.  These outstanding football cards are all numbered to only 299 cards in production.  All of these cards come with a games used jersey that has been worn by Steven Jackson during an NFL game.  All of these rookie cards have also been autographed.  These memorabilia cards are great investments as you can pick them up for about $350.

2004 Bowman Chrome Steven Jackson Autograph rookie card

This might be the best Steven Jackson rookie card to buy.  There are only 199 of these rare cards in production and in recent auctions these cards could be purchased for only $65.  This means you get a scarce, signed, rookie card of one of the best running backs in the NFL.

Much like Chris Johnson rookie cards and Adrian Peterson rookie cards you can expect Steven Jackson cards to get a lot of collectors attention.  If Sam Bradford can have a good rookie season we can expect Jackson to have larger holes to run through. All of these factors make Steven Jackson rookie cards outstanding investments.

Alan Karpuch

Owner of GMA Grading Inc. Over 20 years experience in the sports card industry.

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