Need a James White rookie auto? Get out your Panini Rewards points …

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Tom Brady may be the greatest in the history of the game but James White may have been the greatest in the game on Sunday night.

The New England Patriots RB scored the game-winning touchdown in overtime to cap a game here he caught 14 passes for 110 yards and a touchdown and rushed six times for 29 yards and two touchdowns.

That’s not bad, so naturally where can you find an autograph for third-year pro out of Wisconsin?

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The Panini Rewards website. Right now there are roughly 50 different White autographs from 2014 available for as little as 150 points, the base amount for any Rewards card placed into packs instead of redemptions.

There are a few rainbows in play here for White, some cards as rare as 10 copies.

Overall, White appears on more than 250 different autographed cards as part of his 600-plus cards since his rookie season of 2014. Panini America has released roughly 60 autos for White (Topps had more than 150) so what you see here is very close to all of his autos that can be found from the company.

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2 thoughts on “Need a James White rookie auto? Get out your Panini Rewards points …

  1. Travis Stevens (@travisstevens81) February 6, 2017 / 11:14 am

    I picked up 20 Contenders autos this morning (5 x 4 variations). Should be an easy flip. I hope they drop the point price of the non-#D variation from 1500 to 150. They must’ve entered it incorrectly because everything else was 150 or 250.

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