2016 Score Football Box Busters


2016 Score Football Jumbo Hobby Box

Join Justin Grunert and Eric Norton as they open some 2016 Score Football.

2016 Score Football Box Breakdown

Here’s a look at the box and what we pulled.

Packs per box: 10
Cards per pack: 40
Cards per box: 400
Base Set Completion (without rookies) (127/330): 38%
Base Set Completion (with rookies) (199/440): 45%
Duplicates: 0

Parallels: 21

Scorecard: 10

Jumbo First Down (/10): 1
Anquan Boldin

Jumbo Gold Zone (/99): 5
Robert Mathis
Arian Foster
Marshawn Lynch
Tyler Ervin
Vic Beasley Jr.

Showcase (/99): 1
Carlos Dunlap

Jumbo Artists Proof (/50): 3
Jonathan Stewart
Michael Thomas
Arian Foster

Jumbo Red Zone (/35): 1
Mohamed Sanu

Autographs: 3

Rookie Signatures: 1
Carson Wentz

Rookie Signatures Jumbo Gold Zone (/99): 1
Zack Sanchez

Rookie Autographs Artist’s Proof (/25): 1
Josh Doctson

Memorabilia Cards: 1

Dual Jerseys: 1
Derek Carr/Amari Cooper

Inserts: 44

All Americans: 3
Robert Griffin III
Andrew Luck
Sammy Watkins

All Americans Gold: 1
Danny Shelton

All Americans Red: 1
Von Miller

Chain Reaction: 1
Donte Moncrief

Chain Reaction Gold: 1
Aaron Rodgers

Chain Reaction Green: 1
Tom Brady

Chain Reaction Jumbo Gold (/99): 1
John Brown

Franchise: 3
Aaron Rodgers
Matt Forte
Calvin Johnson

Franchise Gold: 1
Joe Flacco

Franchise Red: 1
LeSean McCoy

NFL Draft: 1
Michael Thomas

NFL Draft Gold: 1
Jared Goff

NFL Draft Jumbo Red (/50): 1
Derrick Henry

No Fly Zone: 1
Tyrann Mathieu

No Fly Zone Red: 2
Richard Sherman, Mike Adams

Pepsi Rookie of the Week: 1
Amari Cooper

Reflections: 3

Reflections Gold: 2

Reflections Green: 1

Sack Attack: 1
Ezekiel Ansah

Sidelines: 3
Tony Romo
Antonio Gates
Ben Roethlisberger

Sidelines Gold: 2
Ndamukong Suh
Adrian Peterson

Sidelines Red: 1
Richard Sherman,

Signal Callers: 2
Eli Manning
Drew Brees

Signal Callers Gold: 1
Cam Newton

Signal Callers Red: 1
Carson Palmer

Signal Callers Jumbo Red (/50): 1
Tom Brady

Stoppers: 1
Harrison Smith

Stoppers Green: 1
J.J. Watt

Toe the Line: 1
Allen Robinson

Toe the Line Gold:
DeAndre Hopkins

Toe the Line Red:
Randall Cobb

See Also: 2016 Score Football Checklist and Price Guide Access


Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

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  1. David D. 11 May, 2016 at 20:11

    I made the mistake of buying a lot of these cards….I forgot that Panini photo shots are far inferior to Upper Deck and Topps photography. Almost all of the photographs are far away shots of the player, making me feel like I am in the cheap seats watching a game at a football stadium.
    I am hoping that Panini steps up and improves their products this year, as they have full monopoly on the football card market. so far, in my opinion, they miss badly with this product…..

  2. Zack 12 May, 2016 at 09:55

    I got a box of this and all of the “hits” were unnumbered base autographs and two were the exact same unnumbered autograph of a 7th Round draft pick.

    To have two identical autographs in the same box suggests that Panini is simply mailing things in

  3. IAmNotaRobot 12 May, 2016 at 14:31

    I opened a box and a half of Score and I had good, fair hits out of the packs. The numbered and unnumbered inserts seemed pretty balanced. Same for the mix of autographs. I don’t mind the photography – I like action shots. I’d love to have full stats on the back, but that seems like it will never happen again. I agree that it sucks to get two of the same auto’s in a box, but if they were a top 5 draft pick, I wouldn’t mind at all.

  4. John Bateman 15 May, 2016 at 14:53

    The sight of line photo’s for the players are very good, they take up a certain portion of the photo on every card, it is very consistent and makes it a smooth set. There was no need for foil on the set and you can barely see it. The only sore point no DOB for the players on the back.

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