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The Panini America Routing Table Today: Massive Peeks at Football, Hoops & Hockey

May 3, 2011

The almost-always-abounding Panini America Routing Table was especially fruitful today, seemingly warped by the weight of a plethoric batch of early process previews from upcoming products such as 2011 Donruss Elite Football, 2011 Score Football, 2010-11 Score Rookies & Traded Hockey and 2010-11 Totally Certified Basketball.

With the help of the company wheelbarrow, I hauled a heaping batch of proofs to the scanner to prepare the following exhaustive sneak peek.

Some of what you’ll see in the images that follow:

  • Stunning photography used for 2011 Score Football, including what I believe to be the infamous Calvin Johnson touchdown that wasn’t from last season.
  • Yellow “live-area” lines on all of the mock-ups, indicating the safe cutting area for each card.
  • The secondary-photo backs featured in 2010-11 Totally Certified Basketball, in this case starring Kobe Bryant
  • The updated imagery showcased on the just-announced 2010-11 Score Rookies & Traded boxed set.    

Some of what you WON’T see in the images that follow:

  • The final versions of anything. Since these proofs are so early in the production life cycle, the obligatory Routing Table disclaimers apply here: Nothing you see below is final and therefore is subject to change. That includes, but is not limited to, photos, color schemes, typefaces.
  • The richness of the foils or the technological wizardry of the card substrates. Simply, these color copies detailing the process simply can’t hold a candle to the brilliance of the finished product. But they will give you an insider’s view of what to expect.


7 Comments leave one →
  1. Derrick permalink
    May 3, 2011 2:32 pm


  2. Lions Fan Jason permalink
    May 3, 2011 3:00 pm

    Swap photo: Do not use the Calvin Johnson photo against the bears where they called the TD not a TD!

  3. hupe royalty permalink
    May 3, 2011 9:12 pm

    to me, it seems that the majority of panini photographs with basketball cards utilize that same kind of player cut-out in either a post up, free throw, or face forward dribbling pose in each and every single base card. AND the inserts. that is tiresome. why doesn’t panini utilize more variety in their photography?


  4. Believeland-OH permalink
    May 4, 2011 1:11 am

    Peyton Hillis is a RB not a FB. The Score cards look great!

  5. KZed permalink
    May 4, 2011 5:44 am

    OH NO!! You just leaked the new Buffalo Bills helmet!!


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