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Archuleta < B. Lloyd

This could be yours for a buck, plus $10.99 shipping.

For sale on Adam Archuleta replica jersey, was $74.99, now just $18.99.

For sale on Brandon Lloyd replica jersey, was $69.99, now just $19.99.

This means, to me, that Archuleta was the bigger bust.

(Also for sale: J.J. Yeley key ring, was $3.99, now just $1.00. Is there any other owner in the NFL that would try to make a buck, literally, by selling a key ring featuring a former NASCAR driver who formerly drove for his team's former coach? Shipping, by the way, is $10.99.)

By Dan Steinberg  |  March 5, 2008; 4:01 PM ET
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I bought a JJ Yeley shirt at RIR 2 years ago and wore it with pride.

Now he drives for a different race team, owned by 2 cowboys.


Posted by: WaPoLiveFan16 | March 5, 2008 4:19 PM | Report abuse

Not a fair comparison. Archuleta was released last offseason. This could be time depreciation mixed in there as well. Fewer fans remember Arch, and he was around only one season. As a result of this, I believe the similarity in price indicates Lloyd is worth less than Arch Deluxe.

Still, your comparison is hilarious. Good stuff.

Posted by: Beezer | March 5, 2008 4:51 PM | Report abuse

I disagree. Archuleta was a run of the mill, garden variety bust. Nothing special. Lloyd was a bust of historical proportions. So his jersey obviously is worth more.

Posted by: mack | March 5, 2008 4:54 PM | Report abuse

This makes perfect sense. The market determines the value of this...uhhhhh....equity (i guess that is how we will term this 'jersey'). The market forces spoke and the overall value of B-LLoyd >Arch

Maryland finance major!!!!!

Posted by: meraj | March 6, 2008 1:10 PM | Report abuse

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