2014 Topps Fire Football Cards

2014 Topps Fire Football Cards



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If you're a fan of plain designs, you're probably going to hate 2014 Topps Fire Football. However, if you're intrigued by something that isn't business as usual in the design department, it might be a different story. Hobby boxes of the debuting brand come with a pair of autographs and two relic cards.

The 2014 Topps Fire Football base set has 150 cards. This breaks down to 100 current and retired greats, and 50 rookies. Parallels are plentiful, with at least two in every pack. They include Fire Wood (one per pack), Flame Foil (one per pack), Purple (#/499), Blue (#/299), Green (#/99), Gold (#/50), Onyx (#/25) and hobby-only Red (1/1).

Autographed Rookies are essentially signed versions of their base cards. The checklist has more than 40 players. Parallels come in the form of Green (#/75), Gold (#/50), Onyx (#/25) and Red (1/1).

2014 Topps Fire Football also has about 50 Veteran Autographs. All are numbered but to varying quantities.

Dual Autographs (#/25) and Triple Autographs (#/15) have a mix of rookie and veteran signers.

Rookie Autograph Patches are extremely tough and come with a variety of one-of-one swatches like Nike Swooshes, laundry tags and NFL Shields.

Dual (#/10) and Triple (#/5) Autographed Relics come with signatures and swatches from multiple players. Both have one-of-one Patch parallels.

The majority of the product's memorabilia cards are Fire Relics. More than 40 players are in the set, which includes Green (#/75), Gold (#/50), Onyx (#/25) and Red (1/1) parallels.

Fire Jumbo Patches (#/15) come with larger swatches while Dual Combo Patches (#/25) have pieces from a pair of players. Both have Onyx (#/5) and Red (1/1) versions.

2014 Topps Fire Football has a quartet of basic insert sets that carry the burning theme. Out of This World Rookies (25 cards, 1:5 packs) features top first-year talent and casts them against strange, almost apocalyptic landscapes. Numbered Red parallels are a case hit. Forged by Fire (35 cards, 1:10) is another rookie-focused set, this time die-cut. Competitive Fire (30 cards, 1:10) spotlights teammates and rivals with a mix of rookies, active players and retired greats. Ring of Fire (ten cards, 1:20 packs) isn't a tribute to Johnny Cash. Rather, the hobby-exclusive insert features players who have won at least one Super Bowl.

Estimated Release Date: 1/7/15
Product Configuration: 20 packs per box, 6 cards per pack
Price Point: Mid-End Football Card
Target Audience: Autograph Collectors, Collectors Who Like Bold Designs

2014 Topps Fire Football Hobby Box Break

  • 2 Autographs
  • 2 Relic Cards
  • 1 Ring of Fire Insert
  • 2 Forged by Fire Inserts
  • 2 Competitive Fire Inserts
  • 4 Out of This World Rookies Inserts
  • 20 Fire Wood Parallels
  • 20 Flame Foil Parallels
  • 120 Total Cards

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Set Checklist

2014 Topps Fire Football Set Checklist

This is a preliminary checklist. The full checklist will be added as soon as it is available.

Base Set Checklist

150 cards, including 50 rookies
PARALLEL CARDS: Flame Foil - 1 per pack, Fire Wood - 1 per case, Purple #/499, Blue #/299, Green #/99, Gold #/50, Onyx, #/25, Red 1/1 (Hobby)

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Autographed Rookies Set Checklist

Up to 45 cards
PARALLEL CARDS: Green #/75, Gold #/50, Onyx, #/25, Red 1/1 (Hobby)

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Competitive Fire Set Checklist

30 cards
1:10 packs

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Dual Autographs Set Checklist

Up to 10 cards
Serial Numbered #/10

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Triple Autographs Set Checklist

Up to 5 cards
Serial Numbered #/15

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Fire Autographs Set Checklist

Up to 50 cards
Serial Numbered

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Fire Rookie Autographed Patches Set Checklist

Up to 40 cards
PARALLEL CARDS (Hobby Only): Team Patch 1/1, NFL Shield Laundry Tag 1/1, NFLPA Logo Laundry Tag 1/1, NFL Laundry Tag Swoosh 1/1, NFL Shield Patch 1/1

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Fire Rookie Autographed Swoosh Patch Set Checklist

Up to 40 cards. Hobby only.
Serial Numbered 1/1

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Fire Dual Autographed Relics Set Checklist

Up to 10 cards. Hobby only.
Serial Numbered #/10
PARALLEL CARDS: Patch 1/1

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Fire Triple Autographed Relics Set Checklist

Up to 5 cards. Hobby only.
Serial Numbered #/5
PARALLEL CARDS: Patch 1/1

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Fire Relics Set Checklist

Up to 50 cards
PARALLEL CARDS: Green #/75, Gold #/50, Onyx, #/25, Red 1/1 (Hobby)

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Fire Jumbo Patch Relics Set Checklist

Up to 25 cards
Serial Numbered #/15
PARALLEL CARDS: Onyx #/5, Red 1/1 (Hobby)

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Fire Dual Combo Patch Relics Set Checklist

Up to 30 cards
Serial Numbered #/25
PARALLEL CARDS: Onyx #/5, Red 1/1 (Hobby)

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Forged By Fire Die-Cut Set Checklist

35 cards
1:10 packs

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Out of the World Rookies Set Checklist

25 cards
1:5 packs
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #'d - 1 per case

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Ring of Fire Set Checklist

10 cards. Hobby only.
1 per box.

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User Reviews

  1. I don’t mind the design of the cards. But one thing stands out significantly. The stickers! A lot of times the sticker seems to blend in. Maybe it’s just how these cards are being presented here. Hopefully it’s not that bad live. But the design is growing on me.

  2. Awesomeness in the vein of Skybox Metal. Will buy.

  3. Sticker autos, a no go for me. I like the Valor design more than this one.

  4. These look fantastic. Something different and outside of the box in regards to trading card designs which are conservative and repetitive at times. Can’t wait to see them in person as the pictures are very low res here, is that just me noticing?

  5. George M. » The image mock-ups are what was passed along to us — definitely not the greatest quality but they give an idea of what to expect.

  6. These are the worst designed cards I have ever seen. It’s like they hired some clown from the instagram to add some modern effects to these cards. I appreciate good modern design when it is relevant and appropriate, but this looks bad.

    The artist who made these needs to stick to internet designs, because he or she clearly doesn’t realize how to do decent print based designs.

  7. Ive got to agree Jerry B. It looks like they took a bunch of factory pre set screen savers from a 1996 dell desk top PC. They need to quit worring so much about the “post card” back ground design and make a crisp, clean looking card with some sick GU/Patches and we’ll all be happy. But you can go ahead and ship that manziel and Wilson to my crib, ill go ahead and take those off your hands.

  8. Totally disagree with you Jerry. I can tell you’re not a designer or artist. The card game is so damn generic and boring, these are a fresh of breath air, something the memorabilia industry needs to. Take it what it is, these look great and far more creative than a player slapped on a standard gradient box or shaded background as we see too often. Keep the design work to the designers.

  9. Got a buyer here. Wow, I love them and so will my sons

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