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2007 Topps NFL Football Cards - Factory Sealed HOBBY Box (36 Packs) Possible Adrian Peterson Rookie Card


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Athlete Name Adrian Peterson
League NFL
Manufacturer Topps
Brand Topps



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  • Sealed HOBBY Factory Box
  • 36 Packs/Box
  • 9 Cards/Pack

Product Description

BOX BREAK DOWN INFO: Factory Sealed Hobby Box Has 36 Packs With 9 Cards Per Pack. Great Selection Of Rookies With 110 Of This Years Top Draft Picks Randomly Inserted !!! Possible Topps Exclusive Super Bowl XLI & Pro Bowl Relics, Exclusive Hall Of Fame Cards & Possible Autographs,Relic Cards & 1 Of 1 Parallel Cards

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  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • ASIN: B000UFKRCQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,176 in Sports Collectibles (See Top 100 in Sports Collectibles)
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By Ken Fontenot VINE VOICE on September 18, 2007
There are some great things about this football set from Topps, but there are a few shortcomings as well. The overall card design is okay, but there is a heavy black border (exactly like the '07 Baseball set) that eats up a lot of space on the card front, and the silver lettering of the player names, teams, and Topps logo had already flaked off a bit on a few cards before I even opened some of the packs. This has been a problem I've found with Topps card sets for the last few years now. Player signatures are also included on the front of the card, which is a nice touch. The back of the cards features a cropped headshot of the player pic on the front of the card and includes a wealth of statistics and biographical information not found on cards from other companies. I've always liked this particular aspect of all Topps sets and it is one of their biggest selling points in my opinion.

I can live with most of the miscues on these cards. However, one major flaw that I have never liked is how Topps airbrushes the uniforms of players to match their current team. If a player was traded in the offseason and there's no current photo of that player in his new team's uniform yet, Topps will simply airbrush the player with a new uniform. Just glancing at the card, one may not notice this. However, if you're a stickler for detail like I am, you'll pick up on this instantly. It cheapens the overall look of the cards in my opinion. I'd much rather have the player in his old team's uniform and a small "traded to" line somewhere on the card instead of a cheap airbrush job.

Other than that major hang-up of mine, this Topps set is pretty good. I prefer the Upper Deck 2007 Football set, but not so much that I won't buy anymore Topps cards for the '07 season. Topps has plenty of parallel, signature, relic and subset cards to hunt for that make this set worthy of purchase. I do recommend it.
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