The Panini America Quality Control Gallery: 2016 Score Football Hobby Jumbo

Panini America's iconic Score Football franchise is just about ready to officially kickoff the 2016 NFL trading card season. In fact, it's on its way to hobby shops across North America at this very moment. It's slated to arrive in stores next Wednesday, the day before opening night of the 2016 NFL Draft. And when it does arrive in the hobby, it will be looking to make a jumbo-sized impact.

Panini America 2016 Score Football QC Part One1

Panini America’s iconic Score Football franchise is just about ready to officially kickoff the 2016 NFL trading card season. In fact, it’s on its way to hobby shops across North America at this very moment. It’s slated to arrive in stores next Wednesday, the day before opening night of the 2016 NFL Draft. And when it does arrive in the hobby, it will be looking to make a jumbo-sized impact.

Boasting a bevy of inserts, a colorful cast of parallels, great action photography and the first licensed NFL trading cards of the 2016 season, 2016 Score Football is poised to make its mark. In the must-see Quality Control Gallery that follows, we bring you a little bit of everything that surfaced during last week’s packout process. Each Hobby Jumbo box (10 packs per box, a whopping 40 cards per pack) delivers four autograph or memorabilia cards, 30 Rookie Cards, 20 base parallels and 40 additional inserts.

In addition, 2016 Score Football boasts a stacked lineup of inserts (featuring the likes of Toe The Line, Franchise, Signal Callers, Chain Reaction, All-Americans, Sidelines, Stoppers and more) and parallels (Scorecard, Showcase, Gold Zone, Red Zone, Artist’s Proofs and more). You can check it all out in the images below.

Enjoy this extended sneak peek and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for continued coverage of 2016 Score Football.

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16 Replies to “The Panini America Quality Control Gallery: 2016 Score Football Hobby Jumbo”

      1. That is really disapointing that Dan Marino will not be in this years score. Really hope you guys add him in the other stuff for retail. Alot of people still go after his cards.

  1. The cards look amazing, this is the NFL’s new flagship set.

    I think the sidelines card of Eli Manning, maybe the first football card ever to feature an ipad.

  2. Tremendous photography in the Toe the Line inserts and notable design in the All Americans subset for sure. Looks like another strong Score release is coming, thanks Tracy!

  3. Didn’t see it on the checklist, but will there be any photo variations of base or rookie cards in this year’s Score release?

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