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McFarlanes NFL Series 17 All Star Line-Up


NFL Series 17 it seems Todd can't make up his mind, maybe it's old age creeping in!

This is about McFarlane's third update so far this year on their NFL releases.

With NFL being the country's most popular sport, but with the shortest season it seems he is trying to make up for it by over delivering to fans and collectors.

The first prototype photographs have now been released and will be available for you soon.

NFL Series 17 will feature two of the NFL's most promising quarterbacks, three debut players as action figures and all-new sculpts for Randy Moss and Reggie Bush and not to be left out another Hall of Famer action figure for Brett Favre.

Due: Aug, 2008


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  • NFL Series 17 Joseph Addai - Indianapolis Colts RB
  • Every once in a while the NFL will be graced with the presence of a pure athlete.

    These are the guys who can play a multitude of positions on the field, and play them well.

    Drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in 2006 to replace their former Pro Bowler Edgerrin James, Joseph Addai came to the franchise with the 30th pick in the 1st round, and he’s yet to disappoint.

    During his first season, the former quarterback out of LSU helped the Colts to a Super Bowl win. And in 2007, Addai was instrumental in the Colts success as they went 13-3 and earned the two-seed in the AFC playoffs.

    People who play with Addai can attest to his pure athleticism.

    He’s something of a freak of nature on the football field. In ’07, he caught balls, ran for touchdowns, and even helped to protect Peyton Manning from the blitz with a depleted O-line.

    In a week-9 battle for the ages against the New England Patriots, Addai became the first player in Colts history to gain 100 yards in rushing and 100 yards receiving in one game.

    Though the Patriots went on to have an undefeated season, this was the first time all year that they had trailed in the forth quarter.

    Addai’s high octane style of play was the reason Peyton had good numbers in 2007.

    With Marvin Harrison injured, the running game become a bigger part in the Colts offense, and Addai answered the call brilliantly.

    Addai had a fantastic 2007 season considering he missed an entire game, and only participated in limited capacity in 3 others.

    His 1000+ rushing yards were a tremendous help to a high-powered offense. The Colts would go on to lose to the San Diego Chargers in the divisional playoffs, but 2008 is looking bright with a healthy lineup of talent which includes Joseph Addai.

    2007 Season Stats

    • 261 Attempts
    • 1,072 Yards
    • 4.1 AVG
    • 12 Touchdowns
    • 41 Receptions
    • 364 R-YDS
    • 0 FUM

    Figure Stats

    Measures 5 1/8 inches at top of helmet.

    Articulated at neck and biceps.

    Includes 5.5-inch wide by 3.5-inch deep custom base.



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  • NFL Series 17 Reggie Bush 2 - New Orleans Saints RB
  • College stats are quite deceptive when it comes to gauging a player’s NFL potential.

    We all remember players like Ryan Leaf who flopped and made everyone think twice about putting their faith in a college prodigy.

    Fans of USC thought they avoided this jinx when the Trojans sent Matt Leinart and Reggie Bush to the NFL the same year.

    So far, the duo has been anything but spectacular. Bush, with all his multi-media deals and immense talent, can’t seem to learn enough about the game to become an every-down back in the league.

    And if the NFL is anything, it’s unforgiving. 2007 was a total bust for Bush; the Saints will soon go marching on without him if he doesn’t get on the ball.

    The ’07 season was supposed to be a coming-out party for the former USC superstar. After modest personal success in 2006, the well-to-do, revamped New Orleans Saints put their eggs in Bush’s basket and proceeded to step behind his shadow in hopes he would carry the team to the Promised Land.

    Unfortunately, things are never quite that simple. The Saints first game of the ’07 season was against the ’06 Super Bowl Champion Indianapolis Colts.

    In a 41-10 loss to the Champs, Bush had only 38 rushing yards on 12 attempts. The entire season to come was equally disappointing.

    The Saints dropped their first four games of the season, and finished off with a record of 7-9.

    This is a huge step back for a franchise who competed in their first-ever NFC Championship game against the Chicago Bears a year before.

    Bush has received harsh criticism for his 2007 performance. The NFL waits for no player, especially a young kid, fresh out of college and green around the gills.

    Unless Bush can turn things around in the 2008 season, he will have to find himself a new home, or at the very least, a new position on the field.

    2007 Season Stats

    • 157 Attempts
    • 581 Yards
    • 3.7 AVG
    • 22 LNG
    • 4 Touchdowns
    • 73 REC
    • 417 R-YDS
    • 7 FUM

    Figure Stats

    Measures 5.25 inches at top of helmet.

    Articulated at biceps.

    Includes 5.5-inch wide by 3.5-inch deep custom base.



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  • NFL Series 17 Brett Favre 5 - Green Bay Packers QB
  • Brett Favre: the man who just won’t quit.

    There’s no real way to describe Favre in anything less than a novel. And even then, his strange abilities won’t entirely come through in words.

    Coming back for this 18th NFL season in a Jets uniform, Favre has a passion for the game that most minds can’t comprehend.

    But in all his many great seasons, including Pro Bowl games and 2 Super Bowl appearances, Favre’s greatest conquest came in 2007 when he took a minimally talented, paltry lineup to the NFC Championship.

    2007 started in doubt for Favre. Needing ankle surgery during the offseason to remove shards of bone in his left ankle, the sporting world started writing their farewell speeches to bid the living legend adieu.

    But like the Sun, Favre rose yet again and marched triumphantly onto the field at Lambeau where he suited up and took the helm for the Pack.

    Favre wasted no time breaking John Elway’s mark for all-time wins. Brett scored his 149th against the Giants on September 16. On the 30th of September, Favre passed Dan Marino for most touchdowns all time with 421 in a game against the Vikings.

    Along with Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, Brett Favre is the only other quarterback in the game to have defeated all 31 NFL opponents.

    The 2007 season was magical, to say the least. With an unproven running back and a depleted receiving core, Favre led the packers to a 13-3 record and the #2 seed in the NFC.

    The Pack went on to crush Seattle in the playoffs, 42-20, but ultimately lost to the eventual Super Bowl Champion New York Giants in a 23-20 overtime classic.

    For his heroics, Favre was voted in as the starting QB in the Pro Bowl (injuries kept him out), and was the only other player in the NFL to receive an MVP vote (Tom Brady).

    Favre hung up the cleats soon after the season ended, but would attempt yet another comeback. Amidst a contractual dispute, the Green Bay Packers finally traded Brett Favre to the New York Jets for a conditional draft pick.

    Favre waits patiently to prove he still has what it takes to compete in the league.

    2007 Season Stats

    • 356 Completions
    • 535 Attempts
    • 4,155 yards
    • 66.5 CMP%
    • 7.77 YPA
    • 82 LNG
    • 28 Touchdowns
    • 15 INT
    • 95.7 RAT

    Figure Stats

    Measures 5.75 inches at top of helmet.

    Articulated at neck and biceps.

    Includes 5.5-inch wide by 3.5-inch deep custom base.



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  • NFL Series 17 Randy Moss 4 - New England Patriots WR
  • Troubles with the law, lack of effort, drug abuse, walking off the field while a game is still being played, of course we’re talking about none other than Randy Moss.

    This immensely talented wide receiver came out of Marshall 11 years ago and shocked the NFL world with his receiving heroics. After only 2 seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, Moss was regarded as the top receiver in the league.

    After being traded to Oakland, he gave up on the Raiders organization and found himself shipped off to New England after 2 seasons of abysmal play. Many critics thought Moss’ football career was over.

    But contrary to popular opinion, Moss put on the show of a lifetime in 2007.

    The 2007 regular season was perfect for the New England Patriots, and Moss had a lot to do with that. In his first game as a Patriot, Moss caught 9 balls for 183 yards and scored a touchdown in a 38-14 win over the New York Jets.

    The very next week against the San Diego Chargers, Moss had another hundred yard game with 8 catches and 2 touchdowns.

    The trend continued throughout the season and Moss caught at least 3 passes in every regular season game.

    In the Patriots week-9 victory over Indianapolis, Moss took the game over late in the forth quarter and dominated the field as Tom Brady helped to put the game away.

    In the last game of the regular season, Moss caught 2 touchdown passes to pass Jerry Rice’s record of 22 TDs in a season with 23.

    Moss made catch after brilliant catch the whole season, and was voted to his sixth Pro Bowl for his efforts. In the playoffs, Moss had limited playing time and only caught 2 balls in 2 games with 0 touchdowns and a combined 32 yards.

    In their rematch with the Giants in the Super Bowl, the Patriots lost in the final minute of the game, even after Randy Moss had put the Patriots ahead 14-10 with his touchdown grab in the back of the end zone.

    2007 Season Stats

    • 98 Receptions
    • 1,493 Yards
    • 15.2 AVG
    • 23 Touchdowns
    • 0 FUM
    • 65 LNG

    Figure Stats

    Measures 6.25 inches at top of helmet.

    Articulated at biceps.

    Includes 5.5-inch wide by 3.5-inch deep custom base.



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  • NFL Series 17 Willie Parker - Pittsburgh Steelers RB
  • Running backs in the National Football League have one of the most dangerous jobs in the game. By constantly being involved in the fast-paced, hard-hitting action, RBs are more injury prone than any other position on the field.

    If a player?s lucky, he?ll complete the season in perfect health and help his team in any way possible.

    In the case of the Pittsburgh Steelers Willie Parker, he was oh-so close to helping his team advance in the AFC.

    The 2007 season started off well for Parker.

    In his 5th year out of North Carolina, Parker proved to the Steelers organization that he belonged on the field, and he had earned his number-one spot with blood, sweat and tears.

    In the first week of the regular season, Parker ran over the Cleveland Browns defense for 109 yards on 27 attempts.

    The next two games, against Buffalo and San Fran respectively, Parker repeated his 100-yard-plus performance, en route to becoming the AFCs most talked about young star.

    Parker would eventually lose some momentum, but all told, he rushed for over 100 yards in 8 of the Steelers 16 regular season games.

    Parker was thought of as a long-yardage back during the ?07 season, which basically equates to all guts, no glory.

    By the time week 16 rolled around, Parker had well over 1,300 yards, but only 2 touchdowns.

    Parker broke his right fibula on his first carry during the Steelers last regular season game against the St. Louis Rams. Without his presence in the playoffs, the Steelers lost to the Jaguars in the first round, 31-29.

    Willie Parker is still a young, strong man who can rehabilitate quickly and help his team repeat as champs of the AFC North.

    Sharing a division with the Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens, the Steelers need Parker?s skill-set in the lineup if they expect to make noise in 2008.

    2007 Season Stats

    • 321 Rushing Attempts
    • 1316 Rushing yards
    • 4.1 AVG
    • 32 LNG
    • 2 TD
    • 23 REC
    • 164 R-YDS
    • 4 FUM

    Figure Stats

    Measures 6 inches at top of helmet.

    Articulated at biceps and knees.

    Includes 5.5-inch wide by 3.5-inch deep custom base.



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  • NFL Series 17 Tony Romo 2 - Dallas Cowboys QB
  • The Dallas Cowboys have been known as “America’s Team” since the 1970s.

    During their reign as the nation’s number-one sports franchise, a lot of talent has come and gone, especially at the quarterback position.

    It’s hard to top such greats as Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman, but a 6-year upstart named Tony Romo is trying.

    Romo was drafted in the late rounds out of Eastern Illinois and sat patiently behind quarterbacks such as Drew Bledsoe, anxiously awaiting his turn in the rotation.

    After a modest 2006 season, the Cowboys picked up Wade Phillips to coach the team and signed Tony Romo through 2011.

    2007 was a spectacular year for Romo, as he had one of the best regular seasons by a Dallas Cowboy in history.

    The 2006 season came to a bitter end for the Cowboys, as Romo fumbled a snap that would have won the Cowboys a playoff game. So it was up for debate whether Romo could rebound.

    The first game of 2007 answered that question immediately. Romo threw for 4 touchdowns against the New York Giants and has a passer rating of 128.5.

    With Romo leading the way, the Cowboys won their first 5 games, 13 out of 14, and ultimately ended up with a record of 13-3, which earned them the one-seed in the NFC playoffs.

    Though the ‘Boys lost to the Giants in the divisional round of the playoffs, Tony Romo still showed the franchise that they made the right decision in trusting him.

    On November 29, in a battle of NFC supremacy, the Cowboys played the Green Bay Packers in an old west-style showdown of the 10-1 powerhouses of the league.

    Romo got the better of the matchup, throwing 4 touchdowns and breaking a Cowboys record previously held by Danny White for most touchdowns in a season (29) with 33.

    2007 Season Stats

    • 520 Attempts
    • 335 Completions
    • 4,211 Yards
    • 64.4 CMP%
    • 8.10 YPA
    • 59 LNG
    • 36 Touchdowns
    • 19 INT
    • 97.4 RAT

    Figure Stats

    Measures 5.75 inches at top of helmet.

    Articulated at neck and biceps.

    Includes 5.5-inch wide by 3.5-inch deep custom base.



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  • NFL Series 17 JaMarcus Russell - Oakland Raiders QB
  • The Oakland Raiders franchise has a commitment to excellence. Though, if you’ve seen them play in the past 7 years, you know that commitment is haphazard at best.

    Since Rich Gannon retired from the organization, they haven’t had a full-time QB who could get the job done.

    In the 2006/7 offseason, the Raiders had the top pick in the NFL draft and set out to right the ship. They drafted the 3-year LSU phenom, JaMarcus Russell, a 6-foot-6 quarterback with a rocket launcher arm and a quick set of feet.

    To help his progression into the NFL-style system, the Raiders even picked up former great Daunte Culpepper to help teach the young kid the ways of the league.

    The season didn’t start well for the Raiders or Russell. Before he even put on a Raiders uniform, Russell found himself in a heated contract dispute with front office management.

    He wanted top draft pick money, and the Raiders weren’t willing to pay for unproven talent.

    Al Davis, the Raiders’ owner, is set in his ways and refused to yield to Russell’s demands. Eventually, the two reached a compromise and Russell joined the team on September 12, 2 weeks into the regular season.

    The Raiders rookie head coach, Lane Kiffin, decided that Russell wouldn’t play right away. He took the stance that bringing a young quarterback along too quickly can ruin their chances.

    Russell didn’t make his NFL debut until week 13 against the Denver Broncos. The Raiders won the game 34-20, but Russell’s 7 pass attempts barely made a dint in the box score.

    His next appearance, a 5-pass stint against the Colts, warmed Russell up to the idea of being the starter. In week 16 against the Jaguars, Russell threw 23 passes, 3 of which were intercepted. But he did manage to throw his first NFL touchdown. In the last game of the season against the San Diego Chargers, Russell received his most playing time, and had his best game of the 4 in which he played.

    He went 23 of 31 for 224 yards and a touchdown in a 30-17 loss. Though the numbers are far from spectacular, Russell is slated to get the starting job for the ’08 season.

    2007 Season Stats

    • 36 Completions
    • 66 Attempts
    • 373 Yards
    • 54.5 CMP%
    • 5.65 YPA
    • 2 Touchdowns
    • 4 INT
    • 55.9 RAT

    Figure Stats

    Stands 6.75 inches tall at top of helmet articulated at neck and right biceps.

    Includes 5.5-inch wide by 3.5-inch deep custom base.






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    • MARVIN HARRISON 2
    • COREY DILLON
    • LAVAR ARRINGTON
    NFL LEGENDS SERIES 1
    • BARRY SANDERS
    • LAWRENCE TAYLOR
    • JOHN ELWAY
    • JOHNNY UNITAS
    • FRANCO HARRIS
    • TROY AIKMAN
    NFL FOOTBALL SERIES 11
    • TOM BRADY 2
    • BEN ROETHLISBERGER
    • JULIUS JONES
    • WILLIS MCGAHEE
    • JOE HORN
    • TIKI BARBER 2
    • WILLIE ROAF
    • RANDY MOSS 2 (RAIDERS)
    • ALEX SMITH
    NFL 2-PACK: DEION SANDERS & JERRY RICE 2 12-INCH TERRELL OWENS 2 12-INCH LADAINIAN TOMLINSON 2 12-INCH JEROME BETTIS 12-INCH TOM BRADY NFL 2-PACK: MICHAEL VICK 3 & BRIAN DAWKINS 12-INCH TROY AIKMAN 12-INCH JOHN ELWAY DEION SANDERS (RAVENS) DEION SANDERS (FALCONS) SUPER BOWL XXXIX: BYRON LEFTWICH SUPER BOWL XXXIX: FRED TAYLOR

    McFarlane NFL SPORTS PRODUCT 2004 RELEASE SCHEDULE

    NFL FOOTBALL SERIES 10
    • ADAM VINATIERI
    • JAKE DELHOMME
    • RANDY MOSS 2
    • ROY WILLIAMS
    • RICKY WILLIAMS 2
    • TRENT GREEN
    • TERRELL OWENS 2
    • LADAINIAN TOMLINSON 2
    3-INCH NFL FOOTBALL SERIES 2
    • MICHAEL VICK/SHAUN ALEXANDER
    • BRIAN URLACHER/DEUCE MCALLISTER
    • RANDY MOSS/DREW BLEDSOE
    • BRETT FAVRE 2/TONY GONZALEZ
    • JEFF GARCIA/TERRELL OWENS
    • JAKE DELHOMME/MARSHALL FAULK
    3-INCH NFL FOOTBALL
    • JERRY RICE/CHAD PENNINGTON
    • BRETT FAVRE/TOM BRADY
    • DONOVAN MCNABB/EMMITT SMITH
    • JEREMY SHOCKEY/RAY LEWIS
    • MARVIN HARRISON/PRIEST HOLMES
    • MIKE ALSTOTT/RICKY WILLIAMS
    NFL FOOTBALL SERIES 9
    • BRIAN URLACHER 2
    • CHAD JOHNSON
    • DAUNTE CULPEPPER 2
    • JONATHAN OGDEN
    • JAKE PLUMMER
    • KENDRELL BELL
    • PRIEST HOLMES 2
    NFL FOOTBALL SERIES 8
    • AHMAN GREEN
    • JAMAL LEWIS
    • PEYTON MANNING 2
    • STEVE McNAIR
    • TIM BROWN
    • TORRY HOL
    NFL 12-INCH FOOTBALL SERIES 2
    • 12-Inch RANDY MOSS
    • 12-Inch DONOVAN McNABB
    • 12-Inch PEYTON MANNING
    • 12-Inch BRIAN URLACHER
    • 12-Inch PRIEST HOLMES
    • 12-Inch STEVE MCNAIR
    • 12-Inch BRETT FAVRE 2
    • 12-Inch MICHAEL VICK 2
    NFL 2-PACK: CLINTON PORTIS & RAY LEWIS NFL 2-PACK: PEYTON MANNING & ELI MANNING SHANNON SHARPE (MODERN) SHANNON SHARPE (RETRO) NFL 2-PACK: MICHAEL STRAHAN & DONOVAN MCNABB 2 PRO BOWL CLINTON PORTIS SUPER BOWL XXXVIII: DAVID CARR SUPER BOWL XXXVIII: EDDIE GEORGE

    McFarlane NFL SPORTS PRODUCT 2003 RELEASE SCHEDULE

    NFL FOOTBALL SERIES 7
    • BRETT FAVRE 2
    • CHAD PENNINGTON
    • CLINTON PORTIS
    • DAVID CARR
    • HINES WARD
    • JULIUS PEPPERS
    • JEREMY SHOCKEY
    • MICHAEL VICK 2
    NFL 12-INCH FOOTBALL SERIES 1
    • 12-Inch BRETT FAVRE
    • 12-Inch EMMITT SMITH
    • 12-Inch JERRY RICE
    • 12-Inch MICHAEL VICK
    • 12-Inch RICKY WILLIAMS
    NFL FOOTBALL SERIES 6
    • DREW BLEDSOE
    • DEUCE MCALLISTER
    • EMMITT SMITH 2
    • JOEY HARRINGTON
    • MIKE ALSTOTT
    • PRIEST HOLMES
    • RICH GANNON
    • SHAUN ALEXANDER
    NFL 2-PACK: ED MCCAFFREY & ZACH THOMAS NFL 2-PACK: RICH GANNON & DERRICK BROOKS HALL OF FAME 2003: WILLIAM GREEN NATIONAL 2003: TIKI BARBER NFL 2-PACK: BRETT FAVRE & BRIAN URLACHER SUPER BOWL XXXVII: JUNIOR SEAU SUPER BOWL XXXVII: LADAINIAN TOMLINSON

    McFarlane NFL SPORTS PRODUCT 2002 RELEASE SCHEDULE

    NFL FOOTBALL SERIES 5
    • ANTHONY THOMAS
    • JEROME BETTIS
    • JEFF GARCIA
    • JERRY RICE
    • RAY LEWIS
    • STEPHEN DAVIS
    • TOM BRADY
    • TONY GONZALEZ
    NFL FOOTBALL SERIES 4
    • BRETT FAVRE
    • CURTIS MARTIN
    • DONOVAN MCNABB
    • JASON SEHORN
    • MICHAEL VICK
    • PEYTON MANNING
    • RICKY WILLIAMS
    • TERRELL OWENS
    NFL FOOTBALL SERIES 3
    • CHRIS WEINKE
    • JAMES JACKSON
    • LADAINIAN TOMLINSON
    • MICHAEL BENNETT

    McFarlane NFL SPORTS PRODUCT 2001 RELEASE SCHEDULE

    NFL FOOTBALL SERIES 2
    • BRIAN URLACHER
    • DAUNTE CULPEPPER
    • MARK BRUNELL
    • MARSHALL FAULK
    • MARVIN HARRISON
    • WAYNE CHREBET
    NFL FOOTBALL SERIES 1
    • EDDIE GEORGE
    • EDGERRIN JAMES
    • EMMITT SMITH
    • KURT WARNER
    • RANDY MOSS
    • WARREN SAPP






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