2012 Football Cards


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2012 Football Cards


  • Includes all 2012 NFL Teams
  • Date with Destiny: Ray Lewis returns for farewell, Ravens win Super Bowl
  • Second Impressions: 2nd-yr QB Kaepernick, LB Aldon Smith star for runner-up 49ers...Peterson tops 2,000 rushing and rookie QBs Griffin, Luck, Wilson make it big

Think hard about an NFL season that had more Hollywood-worthy scripts. Baltimore LB Ray Lewis, likely out with a career-ending injury, announces his retirement, then comes back for the post-season and his Ravens’ unlikely flight to the championship, including a miracle win at Denver and a come-from-behind victory over favored San Francisco … The big game is a match between brother coaches, John Harbaugh in Baltimore and Jim Harbaugh in San Francisco … Minnesota’s Adrian Peterson, returning sooner than expected after serious knee surgery, carries the Vikings into the playoffs by nearly breaking the NFL’s single-season rushing record with dozens of breakaway runs, and wins the MVP award … Peyton Manning returns from a season-losing neck injury to lead Denver to 13 wins and a division title … Rookie QBs Robert Griffin III, Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson are the stars of teams that failed in 2011 but reached the playoffs in 2012 … Experience these, the thrills of Drew Brees’ 43 TD passes, J.J. Watt’s 20.5 sacks, Calvin Johnson’s 122-catch, 1,964-yard heroics, ten 1,200-yard rushers and ten 4,000-yard passers.

 

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672 cards total, each team includes 14 offensive skill players, 3 elementary and 3 advanced defensive cards, as well as individual ratings of offensive linemen and defensive players.

 

 

 


2012 Football Game
  • Includes all 2012 NFL Teams
  • Date with Destiny: Ray Lewis returns for farewell, Ravens win Super Bowl
  • Second Impressions: 2nd-yr QB Kaepernick, LB Aldon Smith star for runner-up 49ers...Peterson tops 2,000 rushing and rookie QBs Griffin, Luck, Wilson make it big