Football Card Sets
Browse our database of football card sets which features set checklists, product highlights, reviews and football card price comparisons.
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- 2013 Football Cards
2013 Bowman Sterling Football is a high-end set that gets to the point: rookies, relics and autographs. Every pack includes an autograph and a jumbo relic card. The checklist is dominated largely by rookies.
2013 Upper Deck USA Football is one of the few gridiron products to have a long-term prospecting aspect to it. Now featuring a traditional pack configuration, boxes come with a total of six hits.
Although it’s missing Barry Sanders and Troy AIkman, 1989 Topps Football still has a strong lineup of rookie cards. Printed in large quantities, the set remains extremely cheap.
2013 Panini Black Football walks on the dark side once again, delivering three autographs and two memorabilia cards in every box.
2014 Panini Super Bowl XLVIII Collection Football is a small factory set that highlights both the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks. A second configuration adds members of the Giants and Jets, local teams for the host New Jersey area.
Historically one of the most popular sets of the year, 2013 Topps Chrome Football once again focuses largely on rookie autographs and Refractors. Hobby boxes promise one rookie autograph.
2013 SP Authentic Football mixes new elements with some designs from the brand’s past. Hobby boxes promise a minimum of three autographs including a Rookie Auto Patch card.
2013 Absolute Memorabilia Football includes a hit in every pack with boxes delivering a pair of autographs and two memorabilia cards. Other box highlights include two rookies, two parallels and four Hogg Heaven inserts.
2013 Panini Contenders Football once again places a huge emphasis on Rookie Ticket Autographs, some of the most popular rookie cards in the hobby.
2013 Topps Turkey Red Football is a rookie-focused online exclusive. Boxes include an autograph and a mini parallel.
2013 Topps Triple Threads Football undergoes a few cosmetic changes. While the cards themselves may look different, the brand’s core focus — low-numbered high-end hits — remains the same.
2013 Upper Deck Ultimate Collection Football marks the brands return to the gridiron. The high-end NCAA release includes a numbered autograph and memorabilia card in every four-card box.
2013 Select Football marks the brand’s return to the gridiron following an absence of nearly two decades. Every box comes with four autographs, four Prizm parallels and a handful of inserts.
2013 Leaf Ink Football offers five autographs in every box. Each is a repurchased card slabbed and authenticated by PSA or JSA. Leaf pledges a strong focus on Hall of Famers and current superstars.
2013 Panini Prizm Football returns with all the hallmarks of the young chromium brand. Each hobby box has a pair of autographs and three cards from a growing number of Prizm parallels.
2013 Topps Prime Football is a rookie-focused release that has four hits per hobby box, including an autographed relic and an autograph. Between relic combinations and several parallels, the set has plenty of variety.
2013 Panini Monster Box Football is a value-driven package that includes five packs of 2013 Score Football packs and two 2013 Panini Prizm Football hobby packs. Each Monster Box also has three exclusive Prizm inserts.
2013 Leaf Best of Football highlights high-end cards from the past that have been bought on the secondary market and repackaged. Boxes also have one original art card.
Every 2013 Topps Platinum Football hobby box promises a trio of rookie autographs including one signed patch cards. A rookie Black Refractor is also guaranteed.
With a decent veteran checklist and the rookie card for Bo Jackson, 1988 Topps Football is a solid product despite the overproduction. Additional highlights include Dan Marino, Joe Montana and Jerry Rice, as well as the rookie cards for Vinny Testaverde and Chris Doleman.