2021 Football Cards

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2021 Football Cards
Include All Game Parts
  • Ram Tough: Superstar-laden LA wins Super Bowl over flashy Cincinnati
  • Air Raid: Deadly QBs Rodgers, Allen, Burrow, Mahomes, Stafford, more
  • Ground Attack: Explosive runners Taylor, Chubb, Henry, Cook
Full Summary

The Individual Defensive Squares ARE included with the purchase of this game or card set.

All-Pros Aaron Donald, Cooper Kupp and Jalen Ramsey welcomed Matthew Stafford and Von Miller to Los Angeles to form one of the most star-studded teams in recent NFL history, and the Rams won their first Super Bowl since moving to LA.

To do so, the Rams won three straight games decided by three points, the last against Cincinnati, which was trying to win its first Super Bowl with flashy young stars, especially second-year QB Joe Burrow and rookie WR Jamar Chase, whose 1,440 yards receiving set the franchise’s single-season record.

Numerous individual single-season records were set in the NFL’s first 17-game season. Most notable: Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady, who became the oldest to throw for 5,000 yards (5,316 and 43 TD passes, both NFL bests in 2021), broke Drew Brees’ NFL record for completions in a season (471). And Pittsburgh linebacker T.J. Watt tied Michael Strahan’s NFL record for sacks in a single season (22.5). Seven other players, mostly receivers, set franchise records.

Gamers will get to relive all of this while also enjoying the explosive cards of running backs Jonathan Taylor (NFL-best 1,811 yards rushing, 2,171 yards from scrimmage and 20 TDs – 18 rushing), Nick Chubb, Dalvin Cook and Derrick Henry. Joe Mixon, Najee Harris, Antonio Gibson and Ezekiel Elliott also eclipsed 1,000 yards. James Connor ran for 16 TDs.

Rodgers, Brady, Mahomes, Allen, Burrow (NFL-best 8.9 yards/attempt) and Stafford (41 TD passes) will amaze, but quarterbacks Justin Herbert (5,014 yards passing), Dak Prescott, Kirk Cousins and Derek Carr also will have huge games passing. All threw for at least 33 TDs. Russell Wilson, Kyler Murray and Jimmy Garoppolo also all had passer ratings of 109 or higher.

Kupp (NFL-best 145 catches and 1,947 yards) and Chase will dominate, but so will WRs Davante Adams (123 catches for 1,553 yards), Mike Evans (14 TD catches), Tyreek Hill, Justin Jefferson, Stefon Diggs and Seattle’s tandem of Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf. Pro Bowl tight ends Travis Kelce, Mark Andrews, George Kittle and rookie Kyle Pitts will be match-up nightmares. In all, 10 receivers had at least 100 catches each.