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    The Ones: Panini America Appreciates Some of the 1/1s Coming to 2018 XR Football

    Roughly one year ago this week, the head-scratching mystery surrounding just what in the heck “XR” stood for in Panini America’s new 2017 XR Football quickly gave way to the realization that it didn’t really matter — not when the cards look as good as the ones in XR did. Fast forward one year and we’re still nowhere closer to discovering the meaning of “XR.” But we can confirm this as we prepare for next Wednesday’s arrival of 2018 XR Football: The cards still look great.

    We’ll have an extended Quality Control Gallery for the product early next week. But as you prepare to feast on Week 2 of the 2018 NFL season this weekend, we figured we’d give you a little eye candy as you look for constructive ways to pass your Friday afternoon. In the gallery that follows, we offer a quick glimpse at just some of 2018 XR Football’s 1/1 firepower. Enjoy the view . . .

    https://blog.paniniamerica.net/2018/...8-xr-football/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hacey Trackler View Post
    Roughly one year ago this week, the head-scratching mystery surrounding just what in the heck “XR” stood for in Panini America’s new 2017 XR Football quickly gave way to the realization that it didn’t really matter
    Mystery solved - https://www.acronymfinder.com/Crossroads-(XR).html

    Cool enough product but yet another entry in the ultra premium category. To think people used to complain about too many different brands making too many different sets 20 years ago, now it's one brand making a ton of high costs packs. But.... if the market demands it then clearly it's what is desired. Personally I'd rather roll the dice with something like Black Gold or Obsidian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jplcom View Post
    Mystery solved - https://www.acronymfinder.com/Crossroads-(XR).html

    Cool enough product but yet another entry in the ultra premium category. To think people used to complain about too many different brands making too many different sets 20 years ago, now it's one brand making a ton of high costs packs. But.... if the market demands it then clearly it's what is desired. Personally I'd rather roll the dice with something like Black Gold or Obsidian.
    Ithat what I re,embered people complaining about all those crazy colored parallels from Pacific were killing the hobby by overproducing the same card. I guess those people left the hobby as it back and worse than ever with a real high price tag lol.

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