1995 Football 6 Team Card Set

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Highlights
  • Cattle Drive: Cowboys dominate three playoff foes, win Super Bowl
  • Gunslinger: MVP Favre leads NFL with 38 TD passes, 4.413 yards passing
  • Big Names: Emmitt Smith, Barry Sanders, Jerry Rice, Troy Aikman, Steve Young
Full Summary

This six-team card set showcases Super Bowl champion Dallas (12-4) and AFC champ Pittsburgh (11-5), the team with the best record in the NFL, Kansas City (13-3), the team with the best point differential, San Francisco (11-5, +199), the team with the league MVP, Green Bay (11-5, QB Brett Favre) and the team that gained the most yards, Detroit (10-6).

The Cowboys scored the second most points and yielded the second fewest. Emmitt Smith led the NFL by running for 1,773 yards and 25 touchdowns. Troy Aikman completed 64.8% of his passes, while throwing for a league-low 1.6% of interceptions. They had little trouble with the Eagles, Packers and Steelers in the post-season.

San Francisco scored more points and allowed fewer than Dallas, scoring more than 36 points per game in a late-season six-game winning streak fashioned by QB Steve Young (league-best 66.9% completions) and WR Jerry Rice (122-1,848-15). Green Bay QB Brett Favre topped Aikman and Young by throwing for 38 TD passes and 4,413 yards, both league bests – an MVP performance.

Pittsburgh scored the most points in the AFC (407). The Steelers spread the ball around, but WR Yancey Thigpen had 85 catches for 1,307 yards and QB Neil O’Donnell had a 1.7% interception rate … Kansas City allowed the fewest points in the NFL (241) thanks in part to Neil Smith’s 12 sacks.

Detroit’s offense outgained all these teams. Barry Sanders ran for 1,500 yards. WR Herman Moore led the NFL with 123 catches. He (1,686 yards) and Brett Perriman (1,488) combined for more than 3,100 of Scott Mitchell’s 4,338 yards passing.

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This is a 6-team card set. The entire 28-team 1982 NFL is available in the computer version.