Alf or Fro-Mo?

Alfred Morris.

I really haven’t written much about the guy, which is just not right.  The kid had a phenomenal rookie campaign in the backfield with RG3.  He was an unheralded rookie from Florida Atlantic and i was certain he wouldn’t make the team.  Luckily for me the Shanahans and the Redskins scouting department know much more about football than i do.  Morris was a complete rock for the run offense last year and played well beyond his years racking up over 1600 yards for the season and only turning the ball over 3 times.  Pretty impressive for a Rookie.  Not to mention he seems like a genuinely good person…extremely modest and humble.  I don’t see stardom ever going to his head, he just doesn’t seem to have it in him to play the ‘do you know who i am’ persona…plus, I can’t imagine RG3 would allow that to happen.

The cards below were picked up at the last card show in Cedar Hills.  The two serial numbered cards were from the same table and i managed to get a nice deal for the two.  Both are nice cards to add to my Morris collection that i am tentatively starting…you never know how long a running back is going to last, so i’m always hesitant to buy in on their cards.  Either way, if i collect his cards or not, they will be a part of my Redskins collection.  The third card was basically a freebee from a very friendly dealer at the show.  Thank you!

12 CR Alfred Morris die cut 137:149

Take a look-see and hope you enjoy them!

12 PG Alfred Morris 29:10012 PG Alfred Morris

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