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    Favorite 2016 Football Products?

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    Anyways, what are your favorite football products for 2016? Based on what you like, not based off of what sold best. Mine were Absolute, Spectra, Optic, Contenders, National Treasures. I am looking forward to 2017, and kind of ready for Cowboy mania to simmer down with a new draft class. What a year though!

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    Forgot about Select. Pretty good stuff too.

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    I enjoyed the collegiate products this year - National Treasures Collegiate and Immaculate Collegiate. First year I enjoyed those two more than other products.

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    I thought Select was the best "high end" product for football this season and Optic was the best "lower end" product. Both seemed like fun breaks that were loaded with nice cards based off of the box breaks I saw on here.
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    Optic is probably my favorite one for the year overall. National Treasures is great, I was able to get in on 15 or so group breaks for the Steelers at a low cost since Cowboy mania was in full effect (their gamble was usually 700 to 800 for a case break). However in NT, as in many of the other products this year 50% of the "hits" were Browns/Bengals/Ravens/Dolphins, another 25% were Dak/Zeke/Wentz, and the last 25% were scattered amongst the remaining teams. The cards were awesome though I thought, I just cringed when I saw orange on the bottom card over and over again, with a standard (almost) case hit for the cowboys or eagles.

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    I'd have to say optic was my favorite

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    I'd have to say optic was my favorite

    PSteelers18 how are you collecting the cubbies and steelers! AHHHHH. Go buccos!

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    PSteelers18 how are you collecting the cubbies and steelers! AHHHHH. Go buccos!

    Growing up in Chicago it's tough being a Bears fan lol caught a Steelers game in 97' been obsessed ever since!

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    Understandable! I saw your blackhawks logo there too. That makes sense now.

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