Topps Football Cards – NFL Class of 2006 Topps

2006 Topps Football cards, one of the best classes to come out of the NFL draft, in quite some time.

Reggie Bush, Vince Young, Jay Cutler, D’brickashaw Ferguson, Maurice James-Drew, Brandon Marshall, to name a few. 2006 Topps Chrome Football cards was one of my favorite sports cards to collect that year.

Originally, there was some confusion with the special edition version of Topps Football cards in the packages of 2006 Topps Chrome Football, but eventually people realized that there was a distinction between the two except on the versions of the “refractor cards”. Unfortunately some people were fooled into paying higher amounts for these cards, thinking that perhaps they were a short printed item.

The cards were never numbered, or short printed.

The 2006 Topps Football product was absolutely loaded with rookies, you were able to pick your rookie out and collect with vigor. What a marvelous class the 2006 NFL draft เว็บเดิมพัน ufabet had. Rookies were excelling at high levels, all over the NFL. The Tennessee Titans, won the sweepstakes of the draft by having rookie of the year honors, with Vince Young. Reggie Bush was not far behind in the voting, and did not win but none the less was just as explosive in the NFL in 2006 during his inception to the league, as he was with USC never missing a major beat. Reggie Bush is a proven winner.

Brandon Marshall teamed up with Jay Cutler on the Denver Broncos staff and began to click and are sure to be a formidable tandem for many years to come, especially under the expertise coaching of Mike Shanahan. D’brickashaw Ferguson will be a mainstay on the NY Jets offensive line for many years to come and blocking for Brett Farve won’t be the same than Chad Pennington.

Overall the collation on this product is pretty good, take it from me I busted about 15 boxes of this product and made quite a few sets, and compared to 2006 Football card products from other companies, namely Upper Deck, the boxes give you a higher completion percentage than say Upper Deck SPX. Also the cards are much easier to grade, of the 40 or so autographed cards from the set that I have submitted to Beckett and PSA, many of the cards came back mint or better.