I haven't been buying much this offseason, but I've picked up a few odds and ends. I've snagged three nice Kenny Britt pieces (his Contenders auto, National Treasures auto, and his SP Authentic auto), sadly they're all redemption cards (his cards weren't ready when product shipped out so they have inserted serial numbered cards with that scratch off stuff that are redeemed online and the company will mail them to you). Here's one of the 09 Contenders cards that did in fact ship live... Javon Ringer 09 Playoff Contenders Auto RC (on card auto... nice. It's hard to be truly motivated to spend on Ringer's stuff. With CJ here I can't see Ringer ever really putting up big numbers in a Titans uni) Other than the Britts I've been spending most of my coin on vintage oil... George Blanda 1961 Topps SGC86 (Near Mint+) (despite playing a full season with the Oilers in 1960 the card has Blanda still pucture in his Bears uni... frickin Topps) Bill Groman 1961 Topps Groman was one of the stars of the early Oilers wide open offences. He caught 72 passes for 1473 yards and 12 TD's in the Oilers inaugural season. Kinda cool hand painted rendering of the red jerseys the Oilers would wear in 1961. Billy Cannon 1963 Fleer Cannon was the Oilers first ever draft pick. The uber-hyped 1959 Heisman trophy winner is remiscent of Reggie Bush; Always a threat for a big play, but never really put it all together as a full time pro RB. He was sensational in his first two seasons as an Oiler, leading them to back to back AFL titles. He hurt his back in 1963, was traded to the Raiders and never really returned to form. The last years of his career were spent at receiver.