Score Football is usually the first NFL product of the year to hit the shelves and almost always available before Training Camps begin. As we all know, 2020 is not your normal year. It took us until the weekend before the season starts to find it at retail. While it’s usually a base level product, the prices of boxes (both hobby and retail) had a dramatic rise on the secondary market right after the release.
The set features 440 cards, 110 of which are rookies. In addition to the larger than normal base card set, there are a lot of really cool insert sets in this product. You can also look for special Gold parallels of the Deep Dive, In The Zone and Next Level Stats sets that are exclusively found in blaster boxes.
The Score blaster boxes contains 11 packs with 12 cards in each. You can expect to find 33 Rookies, 22 Inserts and 5 Parallel cards per blaster box. Each box also has one retail exclusive 1st Score Relic Card. The box retails for $19.99.
Here’s what we found in our blaster box:
AJ Dillon Gold Rookie, Russell Wilson In The Zone, Patrick Mahomes Game Face, Justin Herbert RC, La’Mical Perine RC, AJ Epenesa RC, Tevin Coleman, Christian McCaffrey, Duke Johnson Jr., Robby Anderson, Nyheim Hines, Saquon Barkley.
Austin Ekeler In The Zone Gold, Pittsburgh Steelers 3D, D’Andre Swift RC, Jalen Hurts RC, James Robinson RC, Christian Wilkins, Jarrad Davis, Cameron Jordan, Dionate Johnson, Chris Harris Jr., Zach Ertz, Travis Kelce.
Huddle Up Dallas Cowboys, Cameron Jordan Next Level Stats, Javon Kinlaw RC, John Hightower RC, Colby Parkinson RC, Baker Mayfield, Darnell Savage Jr., Mike Evans, Jason Pierre-Paul, Shaq Lawson, Michael Bennett, Kelvin Harmon.
Christian McCaffrey Gold, Joe Muxon Game Face, Joey Bosa In The Zone, Denzel Mims RC, Steven Montez RC, Salvon Ahmed RC, Jordan Hicks, Anthony Barr, Nick Foles, Justin Tucker, Leonard Fournette, Derek Carr.
Lamar Jackson Deep Dive, AJ Brown Next Level Stats, Joe Burrow RC, CJ Henderson RC, Mitchell Wilcox RC, Aaron Donald, Grady Jarrett, Justin Houston, Lamar Jackson, Dexter Lawrence, Joey Bosa, Golden Tate III.
Kerryon Johnson Gold, Tennessee Titans 3D, DeAndre Hopkins In The Zone, Kenneth Murray RC, Shaun Bradley RC, Kalija Lipscomb RC, Wil Lutz, Dee Ford, James Bradberry, JJ Watt, Jamison Crowder, Kendall Fuller.
Donovan People-Jones RC Gold, Gardner Minshew II, Drew Brees In The Zone, Chase Young RC, Henry Riggs III RC, AJ Terrell RC, OJ Howard, Jimmy Graham, Tremaine Edmunds, David DeCastro, Raekwon McMillan, Carson Wentz.
Aaron Donald Game Face Gold, Dak Prescott Next Level Stats, Jamycal Hasty RC, Michael Warren II RC, Kelly Bryant RC, Yannick Ngakoue, Joe Mixon, William Gholston, Kyle Rudolph, Bradley Chubb, Dwayne Haskins, Patrick Mahomes II.
Dawson Knox Gold, Kansas City Chiefs Huddle Up, Cooper Kupp In The Zone, Cole Kmet RC, Darius Anderson RC, Bryce Perkins RC, Gardner Minshew II, Kyle Allen, Patrick Peterson, Austin Hooper, Brandon Carr, Myles Jack.
Miles Boykin 1st Score Jersey Card, Michael Thomas Next Level Stats, New England Patriots 3D, Tommy Stevens RC, Justin Jefferson RC, Jordan Elliot RC, Chris Herndon IV, Latavius Murray, Jalen Ramsey, Darius Leonard, Mark Ingram II, Darius Slayton.
Christian McCaffrey Deep Dive, Chris Godwin Next Level Stats, Jalen Hurts RC, Jeff Okudah RC, Brandon Aiyuk RC, Josh Jacobs, Teddy Bridgewater, Darius Slay Jr., Cordrea Tankersley, Justin Reid, Melvin Ingram III, Jabrill Peppers.
Opening this year’s Score football is a really fun experience. It’s pretty crazy to see the stack of cards you get from your box (132 cards). With 3 rookie cards per pack, you get a good chunk of this year’s rookie class. We were able to get cards of Joe Burrow, Justin Herbert, 2 Jalen Hurts (One from Oklahoma and one from Alabama), Chase Young, Henry Riggs III and DeAndre Swift. That’s pretty impressive for a non-draft product.
While we didn’t get a big value card, you can not really argue that getting 22 insert cards isn’t a fun break. The sheer volume of rookies, insert and parallels you get in each box makes this a really good time.
If you would like to open a blaster box, you can now find them in the $20-25 range on eBay. With the scarcity of NFL products right now and the high prices of almost everything that comes out, this seems like a pretty decent option to open 2020 NFL cards.