As the sun rose over North America this morning, most of the sports conversation across the country revolved around last night's riveting start to the 2016 NFL season that saw the Denver Broncos squeak by the Carolina Panthers, 21-20, in an electric rematch of Super Bowl 50.
As the sun rose over North America this morning, most of the sports conversation across the country revolved around last night’s riveting start to the 2016 NFL season that saw the Denver Broncos squeak by the Carolina Panthers, 21-20, in an electric rematch of Super Bowl 50.
Of course, the Thursday night opener simply fanned the flames of anticipation for the first full Sunday of the NFL season that promises to put the spotlight squarely on the debuts of some of this season’s most promising rookies, including the likes of Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, Carson Wentz and more. And that’s where Panini America’s upcoming 2016 Spectra Football comes into play.
With the product packed out and on its way now to hobby shops across North America in preparation for Wednesday’s release date, Panini America officials recently announced additional details regarding what collectors can expect from 2016 Spectra Football.
Each box of 2016 Spectra Football will contain at least one Rookie Patch Autograph numbered to 199 or less. In addition, each case of 2016 Spectra Football will contain:
- At least one Rookie Patch Autograph of either Wentz, Elliott, Prescott or Jared Goff, or a Dual Rookie Patch Autograph of Goff and Wentz.
- At least one Rookie Dual Patch Autograph numbered to 25 or less.
- At least one on-card autograph numbered to 99 or less.
- At least five Patch cards numbered to 25 or less.
We offer a must-see sneak peek at 2016 Spectra Football in the brief gallery that follows. Stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance on Monday for an in-depth Quality Control Gallery.
4 Replies to “Panini America Announces Packout Updates to 2016 Spectra Football (Preview Gallery)”
When are we going to see anything on the NASCAR releases??
Very nice early glimpse into Spectra, great to see the focus on the key RCs as part of the case breakdown as they primarily drive the product. Thanks Tracy!