2010 Football Cards & Season Roster


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2010 Football Cards & Season Roster


  • The Pack is Back: Green Bay tops Pittsburgh in Super Bowl
  • QB mania: Brady’s records, Vick’s vengeance, Roethlisberger’s redemption
  • Foster, Charles, McFadden run wild

A killer NFL season featured 13 teams with 10 or more wins. Green Bay, riddled by injuries, won only 10, but was Super-strong with QB Aaron Rodgers in the championship win over the league’s dominant defense, Pittsburgh. New England scored 518 points as Tom Brady threw 36 TDs and only 4 interceptions. Philadelphia QB Michael Vick had his best season ever. Young RBs Arian Foster (1,616 yards, 18 TDs), Jamaal Charles and Darren McFadden electrified. Tampa’s young-Buc offense of QB Josh Freeman, RB LeGarrette Blount and WR Mike Williams elevated the team from three wins to 10. New Orleans QB Drew Brees set the single-season record for pass completions, and then Indianapolis QB Peyton Manning topped that. And that’s just a start. You gotta see this.

 

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Note: This product contains items for the board game and Windows game. The physical cards are designed for the board game and the season roster comes in the form of an authorization code, made for the Windows game.

 

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2010 Football Game
  • The Pack is Back: Green Bay tops Pittsburgh in Super Bowl
  • QB mania: Brady’s record, Vick’s vengeance, Roethlisberger’s redemption
  • Foster, Charles, McFadden run wild