Thursday, 2 March 2017

2011 Topps Football Jumbo Box Break - Pack 10

Let's bring this home.

Matt Forté - Starting off with a throwback uniform.
John Kuhn
Marcedes Lewis
Peyton Manning
Trent Cole
Joe Haden
Brian Orakpo
Jason Babin
Danny Amendola
Jerricho Cotchery
Knowshon Moreno
Chargers Team
James Jones - Every large base set should have at least one Packers card with a Lambeau leap on it.
Ryan Fitzpatrick - The last Bills card of the box.
Patriots Team
Brandon Lloyd - I hope after all this effort he didn't drop this pass upon landing.
Vincent Jackson
Kellen Winslow - Another great photo, as it looks like it was snapped seconds before Winslow took out the photographer.
Christian Ballard
Ronald Johnson
Jamie Harper
Allen Bailey
Dwayne Harris
Mark Ingram - Topps Town
Ray Lewis - Super Bowl Legends
Joe Namath/Mark Sanchez - Not counting legends, only 6 of the 18 players featured on these cards were still with the team as the supposed FotF.
Frank Gore - Game Day
Charles Woodson - 1950 Bowman
John Abraham - Game Day Jumbo Relic /20 - This was the 1:861 jumbo packs pull I alluded to yesterday. You'd think something numbered that low would have a patch on it, but I guess not.
Darnell Dockett
Jay Cutler - Another Bears throwback.
Donald Driver
Jared Allen
Sam Bradford
Jacoby Ford
Willis McGahee
Tom Brady - Record Breaker - The Record in question on this checklist is most consecutive passes without an interception.
Devin Hester
Nate Washington
Ray Lewis
Haloti Ngata
Tyrod Taylor
Allen Bradford
Leonard Hankerson
Derek Sherrod
Tyron Smith
Greg Little -  And that's the end of the box.

A good ending, and perfect collation. Not one single dupe among the base cards. Combining it with some cards I already had, I'm only 5 cards away from the base set. That made it a lot of fun to put this together. All 3 of the rookie hits were of people still in the league, including a former MVP. The 4th was of a player who has since retired, but was a low numbered pull. Plus, getting a bonus hit is always a good thing. Assembling most of the set through packs is always more fun that just picking up a factory/collated set off the secondary market as well.

And now, I'm ready to start digging into the box of OPC that is on the way. Just some envelopes to deal with beforehand.

1 comment:

  1. Boy talk about your faces of the franchise being gone. Just look at the two Bears. Mark Sanchez, you are no Joe Namath.