Greg Cook Football Cards
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|Picture||Set||#||Card Title/Players||Pro Team||Position||College||Honors||Notes||Est. Retail Value (?)||Grades available at nearmintcards.com|
|1969 Tresler Comet Bengals||6||Greg Cook||Cincinnati Bengals||quarterback||Cincinnati||Cook and Carl Garrett were the AFL Rookies of the Year in 1969. Cook led the AFL in passer rating, completion percentage, yards per attempt, and yards per completion.|
|1970 Kelloggs||60||Greg Cook||Cincinnati Bengals||quarterback||Cincinnati||At the University of Cincinnati, Cook threw for 554 yards in a game against Ohio University, setting a new NCAA record.||
|1970 Topps||235||Greg Cook||Cincinnati Bengals||quarterback||Cincinnati||Rookie card
Cook did not play in 1970. Because of an injury, he played in only one pro game after 1969.
|1970 Topps Super||10||Greg Cook||Cincinnati Bengals||quarterback||Cincinnati||Cook played in the 1969 College All-Star game against the Super Bowl Champion New York Jets. He was the All-Stars' MVP in a 26-24 loss.||
|1970 Topps Super Glossy||23||Greg Cook||Cincinnati Bengals||quarterback||Cincinnati||Cook was the only rookie quarterback to start for the Bengals until Andy Dalton started as a rookie in 2011.||
|PSA 7, nm|
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