The 2010 Donruss Rated Rookie Box Set is essentially a blaster box on steroids. The 100 card box set delivers plenty of big name rookies like Bradford, Tebow and Bryant in addition to a refreshing amount of lesser known rookies. Each $20 box set delivers a 100-card Rated Rookie set and 1 autographed Rated Rookie.
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Jahvid Best, Sam Bradford, LeGarrette Blount, Colt McCoy, Mike Williams, Tim Tebow, Ryan Mathews highlight the final 2010 Topps Gridiron Rookie of the Week checklist. With the 2010 NFL regular season over, we recap all 17-cards from the promotional hobby shop redemption set.
The latest rendition of Bowman Sterling takes a few steps backward in card design from 2009, but as a whole Sterling is an intriguing product due to it’s brilliant base set composition and 19-hits per box. Bowman Sterling is the one Topps football product I always feel is a few adjustments away from football card immortality, unfortunately that dream will have to wait until 2011.
2010 Topps Magic is one of the year’s best and most refreshing products. If you’ve grown tired of opening products with 2-4 hits and a stack of meaningless base cards, I highly suggest you give Magic a try, it does an excellent job of making every card both meaningful and collectible.
2010 Triple Threads Football is a really, really good product that falls a few shortcomings shy of being great. Per usual, the card themes are excellent and the is checklist extremely intriguing. If you’ve enjoyed Triple Threads Football in year’s past, there’s no reason you shouldn’t enjoy the 2010 version. To those who have never bought a box before, I would say that collectors of past legends and current stars would enjoy the product far more than 2010 rookie class collectors
2010 Topps Unrivaled is “unrivaled” when it comes to worst football card products of 2010. The sets numbering and decent relic selection isn’t enough to overcome the poor quality of the product as a whole. This is without a doubt the worst Topps product in some time.
The story of Brett Favre’s 321 consecutive game streak told through nearly 20 years of football cards. We focus on cards made between 1992 and 2010 in this retrospective look back at the Silver Fox’s epic journey.
One-of-Ones, hearty patches, dual autos, book cards, rookies, legends, superstars and a random collection of crazy 2010 football card pictures from eBay.
2010 Topps Prime is step in a fresh, new direction for Topps. With a few tweaks, Prime could evolve into the perfect compliment to Topps’ chrome based products. Each hobby box delivers 10-packs and 4-hits for less than $100.
2010 Certified Football is a solid football card offering that delivers 4-hits and doesn’t overload collectors with a stack of meaningless base cards. Certified won’t “wow” you, but at the same time it won’t leave you with a terrible case of buyer’s remorse.
National media caught off-guard by extremely well done fictional versions of Nike’s 2012 Pro Combat NFL Uniforms. Recently, the NFL announced that Reebok would be replaced by Nike as official uniform of the NFL.
Tim Tebow tops NFLShop.com’s latest list of Top 25 selling NFL Jerseys. If Tebow can retain his front-runner status for the remainder of the season, he will be the first rookie to do so since the NFL started keeping jersey sales data.
Antonio Gates ability to the stretch the field and dominate the red zone forever changed the NFL. In the world of football cards, the Tight End has yet to see a major stretch in terms of card value.
The yearly gridiron right of passage known as “Contenders” returns for another season of high-quality rookie autographs! 2010 Playoff Contenders promises plenty of short print chasing, set building madness come early January. Each 24-pack hobby box delivers 4-5 autographs and a short stack of parallels and inserts.
2010 Topps Chrome is an above average football card offering that feels one hit shy of being an excellent product. That said, this season’s Topps Chrome is an upgrade over last season’s in nearly every possible way. I would recommend this product to set builders, but not collectors who are all about the hits.
Finest Football is among the finest products of the early 2010 football card season. The hits are high quality, the refractors plentiful, and the 60-card box total strikes a perfect balance between too many and too few cards.
To those who think NFL Head Coaches are among the coolest people walking the face of the earth, 1991 and 1992 Pro Line offer some of the greatest Head Coach autographed football cards ever printed.
Threads is a slightly above average football card offering that lacks variety. That’s not to say it doesn’t have it’s moments, the base card photography is arguably the best Panini’s ever printed on cardboard.