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2013 Leaf Best of Football Cards

2013 Leaf Best of Football Cards

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Few collectors have the chance of picking up a high-grade Joe Namath rookie or 2000 Playoff Contenders Tom Brady autograph. It's just not an option for most given their lofty price tags today. Enter 2013 Leaf Best of Football, another entry in the company's line that gives collectors a chance at some hobby gems.

Every box of 2013 Leaf Best of Football is anchored by a high-end card purchased off the secondary market. All come professionally graded or slabbed. Besides the already mentioned Brady and Namath, highlights include rookies, autographs and rare inserts from Aaron Rodgers, Jerry Rice, Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Drew Brees and Dan Marino. Instead of a card, select boxes have a redemption good for a sealed box or vintage pack.

Boxes also come with a sketch or art card. Each of these one-of-ones is unique, delivering high-quality sports artwork.

2013 Leaf Best of Football has a production run of 2,400 numbered boxes. According to the card maker, that's a 20 percent cut from the previous year's release.

Estimated Release Date: 11/13
Product Configuration: 1 pack per box, 2 cards per pack
Price Point: High-End Football Card
Target Audience: Hit Seekers, Autograph Collectors, Art Card Collectors

2013 Leaf Best of Football Box Break

  • 1 Repurchased Card
  • 1 Art Card

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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

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who on earth are they contracting to draw these cards.. some of them are just plain ugly while others lack the basics of contrast and proportion. drew brees looks like hes cross eyed and lost his chin.


I like this years better than last years simply because of the hits i saw pulled.Brian Gray does stand by his product by reassuring customers that if you don’t like what you get you can send it back for a replacement.With that said my recent hit was a 2005 SPX spectrum of Aaron Rodgers autograph/jersey #D/25.BGS Graded 9.5 with a 10 Autograph.Sure not all of the hits are like this but you have to expect some lesser hits as well as “monster” ones too.

I stop short of 5 stars merely because of the price point to end result delta. At around $200-230 a box, I like all others would like to land a decent hit. What I don’t like is that, in my past experience with the baseball version of this product this year and last, you land a semi-decent hit a majority of the time and are left with a potentially worthless art card (4/5 that I had failed to sell for over $50). Just sayin…

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