Monday, February 3, 2020

1992 Wild Card Box Break 5 Pack Rip


My eighth pack in, I finally pulled a wild card:

A 5 stripe of Darryl Williams, a safety, who was a real stud for Jimmy Johnson's Miami Championship teams, but who was kind of quiet in the pros.   He played for the Cincinnati Bengals and Seattle Seahawks, making All Pro with the latter team in 1997.

The best player I pulled out of pack # 1 was:

Right up there with John Hannah and Orlando Pace as one of the best offensive linemen ever.

Pack # 2 was my weakest rip so far.  No Hall of Famers, the best player is probably:

A pretty solid linebacker for the Eagles.  3 Pro Bowls with Philadelphia and a Super Bowl ring at the end of his career with the Denver Broncos.

Pack # 3's best pull:

Hall of Fame wideout,  Tim Brown of the Oakland Raiders.

Pack # 4's best pull:

This is a blog about Herschel, but teamwise, I've always pulled for the Bills.  This era was when they were really good, just not quite good enough.

Hall of Fame runnng back, Thurman Thomas was a big reason why.

Finally in pack #5, I got another HOFer:

Charley Haley, who had stints with both the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers.  He owns 5 Super Bowl rings.

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