2015 Topps Finest Football Hot List

2015 Topps Finest Football Hot List

Synonymous with big designs, bold looks and a bevy of Refractor parallels, 2015 Topps Finest Football continues its tried-and-true format. Focusing on a rainbow of colors and plentiful rookie content, Finest remains a popular option at the mid-level price point. The reliance on parallels means that there is not as much true variety for collectors but the reputation and potential for big hits keeps it relevant.

While the base set features decent coverage, 2015 NFL rookies headline the top names across the board, with Todd Gurley, Amari Cooper, Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston leading the way. Collectors normally gravitate to the signed cards but many of the low-numbered base parallels offer strong values, especially the one-of-one Superfractors.

Although most of the autographs in the product feature sticker signatures, the base autographs see the return of hard-signed content. These limited cards are likely to remain the key options for many collectors.

In addition to those notable cards, there are also several other autographed inserts, including one that features the distinct 1995 Finest design. Autograph relics are another main element and average one per box. Among the bigger hits, several rare autographed relics pair multiple players on the same card.

At around $90-100 per box and two guaranteed autographs, Finest Football is not as big of a gamble as other products. Still, many collectors would be better off acquiring the singles they are are after versus busting by the box.

To help with that, keep track of the most popular cards to surface using our real-time hot list below. Featuring the 30 most-watched cards, the guide is always updating with the freshest info so bookmark this page and check back often to see the best cards available at any given moment.

2015 Topps Finest Football Real-Time Hot List

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