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Mike's Football Card Reviews

Get the inside scoop from Michael Eisner on what to look for, what's hot and what's not in the sports card world.

Upper Deck SP Legendary Cuts
From top to bottom, 2006 Upper Deck SP Legendary Cuts delivers with Cut Signatures falling, on average, two per case. There are dual-signature cuts, as well – if you're lucky enough to pull one of those bad boys!

Upper Deck Football
As with previous years, 2006 Upper Deck football is jam-packed with rookie cards featuring high-quality photographs of the biggest Draft Picks, including Reggie Bush, Jay Cutler and Matt Leinart which are part of the “Star Rookies” subset.

Eisner: Upper Deck Mini-Jersey Football
Jam-packed with one replica mini-jersey per pack, this product provides some of the most value per box of any release this year. The mini-jerseys are exact replicas of game-worn NFL jerseys and contain striking detail.

Topps Finest Football - Sports Card Reviews
Topps Finest football has become a hobby staple over the years. Thanks, in part, to the “Finest” brand name coupled with the enhanced autograph checklist – you’ve got another winner.

Upper Deck Reflections Football
If you’re looking for a quality high-end football product that will provide you with a big bang for your buck, 2005 Reflections football is that product. It was a thrill to open and even more fun to sort through.

Mike Eisner on Upper Deck Reflections Football
Upper Deck seems to have a good handle on the football card market. If you disagree, go grab a hobby box of 2005 Reflections and you’ll see what I am talking about.

MIke Eisner: Upper Deck Portraits Football
Thanks to a strong retro-market, Upper Deck has revived the formerly successful 8x10 autographed box-topper concept that fueled some of the mid-1990s Donruss football products.

Sports Card Reviews -- Upper Deck SPx Football
From Mike Eisner: Upper Deck SPx Football sports card review

Topps: Football Sports Cards For a Nickel
In honor of the NFL’s “Kick-off Weekend (September 10th-11th)”, your local hobby shop should be stacked with packs of football cards that will cost you – five cents! The packs will contain five cards (of a 22 card set) patterned after the 1956 Topps design.

Sports Cards: Donruss Playoff 2004 Honors Football Sports Cards
This time around, the “props” go out to Donruss Playoff for their 2004 Honors football product – a prime example of the old adage: “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

2004 Upper Deck SP Game Used Football
If you’re looking for some serious punch to the pack, look no further than 2004 Upper Deck SP Game Used Football.

2004 Fleer Tradition Football -- Sports Card Reviews Football Trading Cards
Thanks to a 360 card base set, include 20 short-printed rookies, 2004 Fleer Tradition football offers everything but the kitchen sink.

Mike Eisner's Sports Cards Picks - Baseball Football Basketball Cards
A lengthy list of card reviews and articles from Mike Eisner.

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