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List so far!

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I do this by their best RC in my opinion! (or their only RC)

So here's my list so far:

1965 Philadelphia Carl Eller. Near Mint - Mint(Member of the purple people eaters!)... one of my favorite cards

1970 Topps Tom Mack. Near Mint-Mint (11 time Pro Bowler, 5 time All NFL, 9 time All NFC)

1970 Topps Alan Page. Near Mint-Mint (Defensive and NFL MVP 1971, recorded 28 blocked kicks in his career!)

1970 Topps Lem Barney. Mint (Detroit Lions DB out of small Jackson State)

1972 Topps Charlie Joiner. Near Mint (Set the (then) record for most receptions all-time and finished with 750)

1978 Topps John Stallworth. Near Mint - Mint (Scored a 73 yard TD in superbowl XIV against the Rams to win)

1979 Topps Earl Campbell. Mint (36 inch thighs!)

1981 Topps Dan Hampton. Near Mint-Mint (Member of the 1985 Bears squad, and named 1st/2nd team All-Pro 6 times)

1981 Topps Kellen Winslow Sr. Near Mint - Mint (Best TE ever IMO, Tony Gonzalez close second)

1981 Topps Joe Montana. Near Mint - Mint (Arguably the best clutch QB of all time, and finished his career with a 92.3 passer rating)

1982 Topps Anthony Munoz. Mint (Only Bengal to go to the HOF as a Bengal)

1982 Topps Ronnie Lott. Mint (Cut off his pinky after it broke so he could go back into the game!)

1983 Topps Mike Singletary. Near Mint - Mint (Leader of the 1985 super bowl squad)

1984 Topps John Elway. Nrmt - Mt (Ended his career on top, holds the record for most 4th quarter comebacks in NFL history at 47)

1984 Topps Darrell Green. Mint (Holds the record for most consecutive seasons with an interception at 19, and one of my favorite defensive players I have seen)

1986 Topps Bruce Smith. Near Mint - Mint (Holds the all-time sacks record with 200!)

1987 Topps Gary Zimmerman. Mint (voted all-decade team twice 80's & 90's, anchored the 91 Vikings team to lead the league in rushing and anchored the 95,96,97 Broncos confrence leading offenses)

1989 Score Burce Matthews. Mint (Tied for the record with 14 consecutive pro bowl appearances)

1989 Score Michael Irvin. Mint (Cowboys most prolific receiver in club history)

1989 Score Rod Woodson. Mint (All-time leader in interception yardage & interception TDs)

1989 Score Thurman Thomas. Mint (Led league in rushing yardage an NFL record 4 consecutive years)

1989 Score Derrick Thomas. Mint (Holds NFL record with 7 sacks in one game! This guy was an absolute beast!)... one of my favorite cards

1989 Score Barry Sanders. Mint (First RB to surpass 1,000 yards his first 10 seasons, and maybe the best elusive back in NFL history)

1989 Score Troy Aikman. Mint (Winningest starting quarterback of any decade, tied or broke 47 Cowboy passing records, and won 3 super bowls)

1989 Topps Randall McDaniel. Mint (Anchored the high powered 1998 Minnesota Vikings offense, 9 consecutive all-pro selections)

My total is at 25 total HOF RCs... Updates coming soon! Thanks for reading!


Updated 12-01-2009 at 03:47 AM by Umpy9



  1. garnett_21's Avatar
    Very nice start to your collection, Chris!
  2. Umpy9's Avatar
    Thanks it's going to take a lot of work, there are about 200 left and one of them books in the mid-high thousands! I have to save for years for that one... lol
  3. dfr52's Avatar
    Quite the list and love the info.
  4. Umpy9's Avatar
    Thanks for the comment Dave!
  5. indycolts900's Avatar
    Very nice stuff.

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