By definition, the word “pantheon” means a temple dedicated to all the gods. So that makes Panini America’s 2017 Pantheon Football, in theory, a temple dedicated to all the football gods — past, present and future. Following in the footsteps of 2016 Pantheon Baseball that released last November, 2017 Pantheon Football releases Wednesday equipped with its own brand of nuances, including metal base cards (one per box) and a stacked roster of autograph and memorabilia cards.
The metal base set is numbered to just 50 features Gold (numbered to 10) and Bronze 1/1 parallels. On average, each seven-card box will deliver three autograph cards, three memorabilia cards and one base or parallel card. More than half of the autographs in the set are on-card and all non-RC autographs are numbered to 99 or less. The Rookie Autograph Memorabilia chase is numbered to 149 or less, but most are numbered to 99 or less.
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