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1995 Absolute

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  • 23
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This 200-card standard-size set was released both through hobby and retail packaging. The hobby product was called Absolute while the retail product was titled Prime. The hobby boxes contained 24 packs per box with eight cards per pack. Cards 179-200 are dedicated to a draft pick subset. These "Absolute" draft pick cards are easy to differentiate from the regular cards as the words "Draft Picks" are emblazoned in large letters at the bottom of the ca… [Read More]

This 200-card standard-size set was released both through hobby and retail packaging. The hobby product was called Absolute while the retail product was titled Prime. The hobby boxes contained 24 packs per box with eight cards per pack. Cards 179-200 are dedicated to a draft pick subset. These "Absolute" draft pick cards are easy to differentiate from the regular cards as the words "Draft Picks" are emblazoned in large letters at the bottom of the card. In between the words "Draft Picks", the player is identified in white lettering against a black background. The "Prime" cards features full-bleed photos. The player is identified in the upper right corner and the words "Prime Playoff" are in the lower left corner. Against a yellowish background, the backs feature a player photo, some information as well as seasonal and career stats. Two special cards of both Tony Boselli and Kerry Collins were also inserted into both types of packs. Boselli cards were DP1G for the gold version and DP1S for the silver and Collins cards were DP2G for the gold and DP2S for the silver. Rookie Cards include Jeff Blake, Ki-Jana Carter, Kerry Collins, Joey Galloway, Napoleon Kaufman, Steve McNair, Rashaan Salaam, J.J. Stokes, Michael Westbrook and Tyrone Wheatley. [Collapse]

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