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McFarlane's NFL Series 16 comes fast on the heels of two other major releases from McFarlanes.
With the dust settling from the Exclusive Toys R Us NFL 3-packs and the NFL Legends 3 releases are you ready for NFL series 16?
Featuring an excellent array of talent including two star veterans with their new teams colors, a rookie quaterback, two West Coast running backs and one of the eras finest cornerback's.
Born on June 22, 1978 in Folkston, Georgia Roland Bailey was nicknamed "Champ" from an early age.
His older brother is also a professional football player and currently plays as a linebacker with the Detroit Lions.
He was selected by the Washington Redskins in the first round of the 1999 NFL Draft and was later traded to the Denver Broncos prior to the 2004 season. After the trade he signed a seven year reputably worth $63 million.
One of the NFL's top cornerbacks in the League Champ Bailey is highly talented and considered to be one of the best cornerbacks of this era and has been selected to seven consecutive Pro-Bowls and all three All-Pro teams.
Quarterbacks gambling on their passes often complete more passes to Champ than they do to their receiver.
- 1998 Nagurski Award
- Pro Bowl 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 & 2007
This figure stands 6 1/2 inches to the top of his helmet and has articulation at neck and biceps. It Includes a 5 1/2-inch by 3 1/2-inch custom base with pylon. Champ is featured here in the Denver Broncos blue jersey.
Brayden Tyler Quinn was born in Columbus, Ohio on October 27th, 1984. In high school he was ranked sixth on the Detroit Free Press "Best of the Midwest" team and was voted 20th on ESPN's national top 100 players as a preparatory student.
In the 2007 NFL Draft Quinn was considered to be one of the top players and was invited to attend the draft personally. However after being passed up by several teams in the first with the ninth pick he was dropped to the 22nd pick and was then selected by the Cleveland Browns.
After the Draft Brady was quoted as being happy with this turn of events as it meant that he would be right where he wanted to be, playing for his hometown, the Cleveland Browns.
- Sammy Baugh Trophy 2005 for top passer
- Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award 2006 for best quarter back
- Maxwell Award 2006 for best college football player
- MSNBC Most Valuable Player 2006
- Cingular All America Player of the Year 2006
This sculpt features Brady Quinn in the Cleveland Browns Brown jersey and measures 6 1/2 inches at top of helmet with articulation at the neck and biceps. Includes 5 1/2 inch by 3 1/2-inch custom base.
Born on May 14th, 1983 in Coconut Grove, Florida Gore brings talent and thunder to the 49ers offensive game, with 1695 rushing yards in his second season fans are eager to see how well he'll perform in the coming season (2007).
One of the nations top players and most heavily recruited running backs Frank Gore is highly respected. At Coral Gables High Schol he set a Dade County record in 2000 with 2,953 rushing yards and 34 touchdowns. In the same year he also set the Dade County single game rushing yards with 377 yards. Throughout his high school career he showed great talent and strength and was highly rated.
He went on from college to attend the University of Miami in 2001. Despite injuries Gore continued to do well and his 1,975 yards with the Miami Hurricanes ranks seventh on the schools career record list and his 17 scores are tied tenth.
In the 2005 NFL Draft he was selected 65th overall by the San Francisco 49ers in the 3rd round.
- Pro Bowl 2006
- 2006 NFC Rushing Champion
Frank Gore is featured in the 49ers Orange jersey and measures 6 1/8 inches(raised arm) at its' highest point with articulation at the neck and biceps. Includes 5 1/2 inch by 3 1/2-inch custom base with pylon.
LaDanian Tomlinson 4-
After his outstanding performance last season and upsetting many fantasy leagues LaDanian prepares for the coming season. This new sculpted figure features San Diego's new colors for the 2007 season.
Born in Rosebud, Texas on June 29th, 1979 LaDanian had a traumatic childhood with both his brother and grandfather dieing when he was young and his father becoming permanently disabled after a severe back injury. His parents later divorced and Ladanian's mother was left to support the family on her own but before leaving his father instilled his passion for football in the young boy.
He attended high school in Waco, Texas were he played basketball, football and baseball but he was in football that he excelled the most. An avid Dallas Cowboys and Miami Hurricanes fan in his early years his playing style was heavily influenced by Walter Payton, whom he idolised, Jim Brown and Emmitt Smith.
In the 2001 NFL Draft he was selected by the San Diego Chargers in the 5th pick of the first round were he immediately became their starting and running back he has start in all but one of their games since.
- 2000 Mobile Alabama Bowl MVP
- 2000 Doak Walker Award
- Senior Bowl MVP (2001)
- 2006 AP NFL MVP
- 2007 Best NFL Player ESPY Award
- 2007 ESPY Best Male Athlete Award
- 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006 Pro Bowl selection
- All time NFL single season touchdowns record (31)
- NFL all time record for single season rushing touchdowns (28)
- NFL record for most points scored in a single season.
- NFL record for the most consecutive games with a rushing touchdowm
- NFL record for games needed to achieve 100th career touchdown.
- The first and only player in NFL history to reach 1000 rushing yards and 100 points in a single season.
An original, if not quiet an "Action" figure of LaDainain seated on the bench. The figure measures 4 1/2 inches at top of head and is articulated at the neck. Includes helmet and drink cup.
The bench measures 5 inches wide by 3 inches tall by 2 inches deep. This is the fourth sculpt of LaDainian Tomlinson from McFarlanes but is the first with the new San Diego Chargers dark blue jersey with a white helmet.
With his second season with the Ravens the team are loaded and ready for a shot at the championships this year.
Steve McNair was born on February 14th, 1973 in Mississippi and has been nicknamed "Air McNair". He attended Alcorn State University where in his senior year he notched up some excellent statistics including over 4000 passing yards and 2000 rushing yards. He married his wife, Michelle, in 1997 and they have four sons.
After his successful senoir year at university he was selected by the Houston Oilers in the 3rd pick of the first round of the 1995 NFL Draft. He played quarter back for the Oilers sharing the position with Chris Chandler and Dave Krieg. In 1999 the Oilers movede to its' new stadium in Nashville and were renamed the Tennessee Titans.
After 11 years with the Oilers/Titans and after being plagued by injuries and a disappointing season McNair was eventually traded to the Baltimore Ravens where he was warmly welcomed by both the fans and players.
- 1994 Walter Payton Award
- 2003 NFL Most Valuable Player
- 3 times selected for Pro Bowl
Measureing approx 8 inches to top of the raised ball this figure is articulated at the neck and biceps. Includes 5 1/2 inch by 3 1/2 inch custom base. Steve McNair is painted here with the Baltimore Ravens black jersey.
Terry Owens 2-
Ready and fit for another season Owens has his eyes fixed on helping the Cowboys regain the dominance and success they had over the league a decade ago.
Terrell Owens was born on December 7th, 1973 in Alexandra City, Alabama where he immersed himself in sports from an early age. His early career was unimpressive and he was far from a distinguished athlete but whilst at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga he played basketball and track as well as football.
In 1996 after being selected by the San Fransisco 49ers in the third round of the NFL Draft he got the opportunity to play alongside his idol, Jerry Rice. The following season, 1997, Rice went out early in the season due to an injury and Owens became a big name for the 49ers.
- 5 times Pro Bowl
- Only receiver alongside Jerry Rice to have scored 5 or more seasons with 13 or more receiving touchdowns in a regular season
- Has had seven 1000 yard seasons, including 5 consecutive seasons
- Holds the NFL record for total number of receptions in a single game (20)
- Led the League in receiving touchdowns in 2001, 2002, and 2006
This is Terrell Owens second sculpt from McFarlanes and he is featured wearing the Dallas Cowboys white jersey. Measuring 6 3/4 inches to the top of his helmet, 7 3/4 inches to top of raised ball. Articulated at neck. Includes 5 1/2-inch by 3 1/2-inch custom base.
Due Nov, 2007
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