Listen, these are not real and I can't figure out what would possess anyone to think otherwise. Rice had a limited number or Raider Jerseys and Donruss was not going to blow two logos on two jersey cards. Plus, note that the card says "game worn jersey" Donruss labeled these as "Prime" Jersey. As Gellman has stated many times on his blog, he doesn't go to shows anymore because of the plethora of fakes. The blowout post is here.
The buyer states that he trusts the seller implicitly, but then where did the seller get these. Did he get a too good to be true deal? The issue being that I personally wouldn't buy a logo card that wasn't marked as such or out of exquisite ultimate, NT or whatever. Then if it is fake, no one knows or can tell. Then we move on to:
Check out the Harrison:
Here's the thing, and I say it all the time, I have busted a ton of wax. I have pulled some nice cards, but nothing like some of this stuff. I pulled an Andre Johnson tag card, it was obviously the case hit and /10, I've pulled a Manningham Kelly tag card /15 national treasures. I pulled a kick as OchoCinco patch /25 etc. But this just doesn't happen.
Here is why buyers make fakes worth faking. He has a ton of cash, he obviously has no ability to spot a fake or at least question it. As long as collectors like this guy throw down cash without question, fakers have an incentive to fake. Look at how many people bid up fake rookie premiers. Listen, I'm not trying to be a jerk about the whole thing but at least know what you are bidding on and buying. Of Course Topps themselves are worse:
What say you?