We are now more than a third into the 2023 NFL season. This week saw both the Philadelphia Eagles and the San Francisco 49ers lose, leaving no more undefeated teams. There seems to be more parity than ever this year and that should make for an interesting finish. Here are some key cards for the stars of week 6.

Drake London 2022 Panini Contenders Draft Auto

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It already looks like the 2022 wide receiver class will be one for the ages. Garrett Wilson and Chris Olave already look like stars. George Pickens is looking like an alpha for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Christian Watson is an important part of the Packers' future.

The first wideout selected in 2022 was the Atlanta Falcons' Drake London. The uber-athletic London was all over the place for the Falcons in week 6, catching 9 balls for 125 yards. He is currently on pace to have his first 1,000-yard season. London's Panini Contenders Draft auto is available online for under $200.

Aaron Donald 2014 Topps Chrome Refractor

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Aaron Donald has achieved quite a bit in the NFL. The defensive tackle for the Los Angeles Rams has achieved a ton in his career. In addition to winning a Super Bowl in 2022, he has made the Pro Bowl 9 times and has been named Defensive Player of the Year 3 times.

Donald talked about retirement prior to the season but decided to give it another go. He was as dominant as ever against the Cardinals on Sunday, notching 5 tackles, including 3 tackles for loss. One of Donald's best rookie cards is his 2014 Topps Chrome Refractor which sells for a little over $100 in PSA 10 condition.

Cooper Kupp 2017 Panini Prizm Silver

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Cooper Kupp has long been one of the best receivers in the league. He missed the start of the 2023 season with an injured hamstring. Puca Nacua has been holding down the fort for the first 4 weeks, but Kupp returned 2 weeks ago with a 118-yard performance. He was even better during week 6.

Against the Cardinals, Kupp went off, catching 7 balls for 148 yards and a touchdown. With Kupp back, the Rams once again have a fearsome offense. You can spend plenty of money on a Kupp rookie card, but the 2017 Prizm Silver is a nice option, coming in at around $100 in a PSA 10.

Jared Goff 2016 Leaf Metal Draft Auto

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Jared Goff and Carson Wentz went 1st and 2nd overall during the 2016 draft. Today, Wentz is out of the NFL and Goff is playing the best football of his career. The quarterback from California was an afterthought a few years ago when the Rams traded him to Detroit so they could upgrade with Matthew Stafford.

Goff has been great in Detroit. He led the team to the playoffs in 2022 and made the Pro Bowl. He's been playing great this year, especially in week 6 against the Buccaneers. The QB threw for 353 yards and 2 touchdowns in an easy victory. Goff's Leaf Metal Draft auto rookie sells for around $100.

Vita Vea 2018 Panini Classics

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Vita Vea seems more like a player that someone created on Madden football rather than a real guy. The 6th year nose tackle stands at 6 foot 4 and weighs in at 347 pounds. Despite his massive size, Vea ran a 5.1 second 40 yard dash at the NFL combine.

The Buccaneers lost to the Lions this week, but Vea was far from the problem. In fact, he helped hold Detroit to 40 yards rushing on 22 carries. Vea has an attractive rookie card in the 2018 Panini Classics set and it can be had for under $75.

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