2012 Score Football Box Break & Review

Design: Photobucket

The design is very basic as you would expect.  Nothing fancy to brag about.  The base set consists of 400 cards – 300 commons and 100 rookies.  On those 300 commons, there is a large blank area located at the top of the card.  It is directly to the left of the Score logo.  I don’t know about you, but it just looks too empty.  I think they should have put something there.  The rookies have two stripes going from the Score logo across the top and down the side.  Its not that big of a deal because they are just base cards, but its something that stuck out to me.


Price: Photobucket

Boxes are very affordable at $30.00.  If you’re a collector on a tight budget, but still need to scratch that pack busting itch this might just be the product for you.

“Hit” Quality: Photobucket

DO NOT open this product if your sole intentions are set on the “hits”.  The box price is set at $30.00 for a reason.  There are no relics within ’12 Score, and autographs only come (4) per case.  They aren’t that easy to pull considering there are (20) boxes per case.

I pulled the following:


  • Kirk Cousins RC Auto

Parallels/Inserts/Notable RCs

  • Trent Richardson RC Red Zone #’ed/20
  • Robert Griffin III Gold Zone RC #368
  • Courtney Upshaw Gold Zone RC #317
  • Morris Claiborne Gold Zone RC #358
  • Brian Quick Gold Zone RC #309
  • LaRod Stephens-Howling Scorecard #75
  • Mike Williams Scorecard #129
  • Jacquizz Rodgers Scorecard #43
  • Doug Baldwin Scorecard #99
  • Michael Irvin Rookie Flashbacks #18
  • Drew Brees Numb3rs Game #9
  • David Akers Numb3rs Game #12
  • D’Owell Jackson Numb3rs Game #17
  • Wes Welker Numb3rs Game #2
  • Calvin Johnson, Jr Numb3rs Game Glossy #1
  • Ray Rice Numb3rs Game Glossy #8
  • Jimmy Graham In The Zone #12
  • Arian Foster In The Zone #9
  • Victor Cruz In The Zone #24
  • Greg Jennings In The Zone #21
  • Frank Gore In The Zone #27
  • Cam Newton In The Zone #6
  • Beanie Wells In The Zone Glossy #16
  • LeSean McCoy In The Zone Glossy #1
  • Tamba Hali Complete Players #16
  • Michael Vick Complete Players 11
  • Jason Pierre-Paul Complete Players #5
  • Ryan Mathews Complete Players #20
  • Chris Johnson Complete Players Glossy #8
  • Cam Newton Complete Players Glossy #1
  • Brock Osweiler Hot Rookies #18
  • Michael Floyd Hot Rookies #6
  • Trent Richardson Hot Rookies #3
  • A.J. Jenkins Hot Rookies #9
  • Ronnie Hillman Hot Rookies #29
  • Nick Toon Hot Rookies #21
  • Lamar Miller Hot Rookies Glossy #24
  • Brian Quick Hot Rookies Glossy #12
  • Michael Egnew Photo Variation RC #355
  • Andrew Luck RC #304

Overall: Photobucket

Overall, I give 2012 Score Football 2.5 helmets out of 5 (1=poor & 5=perfect).  Score is a great brand if you don’t have a lot of disposable income to spend on cards.  For $30.00 you can get a ton of new rookies, and just not the no-name players either.  If your looking for “hits”, this isn’t the product for you.


3 Responses

  1. The other upside to this product is that the cards would be good for TTM auto’s.

  2. […] soon as I saw the base set, the first thing that came to mind was 2012 Score Football.  The base set has a blank area at the bottom, which looks like it needs something […]

  3. […] of my biggest gripes I had with this product last year was the blank space they left on the base set.  I’m glad to see they filled that in for 2013.  The Inscription autographs came out well […]

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