2021 Panini One Football Preview

It’s a one shot deal.  One and done. One card in a one touch. 

For those who prefer their box breaks to be quick and carry a guaranteed autograph, 2021 Panini One Football fills the bill.

It’s a pretty simple concept.  Each box holds one signed card housed inside of a one-touch holder, sealed with a security sticker.  The 2021 NFL edition is set to return in late March as the league in the midst of the offseason pre-draft slumber.

One features on-card autographs of this past season’s rookies along with current and former stars.  The SRP is $125 per box with 20 boxes making up a full case.

Like other Panini products, the whole shebang starts with Rookie Patch Autographs. They’ll include oversized patches with the cards on an embossed style stock. 

Each is numbered to 199 but parallels in the works include:

Rookie Patch Autographs Blue – Max #’d/ 99.
Rookie Patch Autographs Bronze – Max #’d/ 49.
Rookie Patch Autographs Red -Max #’d/ 25.
Rookie Patch Autographs Gold -Max #’d/ 10.
Rookie Patch Autographs Platinum – Max #’d/ 5.
Rookie Patch Autographs Black – One-of-One

More rookie autographs can be found in Square One, which offers four smaller patch pieces along with the auto. They’ll be numbered to 99 with these parallel possibilities:

Square One Autographs Blue – Max #’d/ 49.
Square One Autographs Bronze – Max #’d/ 25.
Square One Autographs Red – Max #’d/ 15.
Square One Autographs Gold – Max #’d/ 10.
Square One Autographs Platinum – Max #’d/ 5.
Square One Autographs Black – One-of-One

Premium Rookie Patch Autographs will be numbered to 99 unless it’s one of these parallels:

Premium Rookie Patch Autograph Blue – Max #’d/49.
Premium Rookie Patch Autograph Bronze – Max #’d/25.
Premium Rookie Patch Autograph Red – Max #’d/15.
Premium Rookie Patch Autograph Gold – Max #’d/10.
Premium Rookie Patch Autograph Platinum – Max #’d/5.
Premium Rookie Patch Autograph Black – Oneof-One

Precision Rookie Patch Autographs are also numbered to 99 with these parallels possible:

Precision Rookie Patch Auto Blue Max #’d/75
Precision Rookie Patch Auto Bronze Max #’d/49
Precision Rookie Patch Auto Red Max #’d/25
Precision Rookie Patch Auto Gold Max #’d/15
Precision Rookie Patch Auto Platinum Max #’d/5
Precision Rookie Patch Auto Gold Vinyl One-of-One

Not to be confused with the European racing circuit, 2021 Panini One Football will have a subset called “Formula One” with features a signature between two patch pieces. Each will be numbered to 50 and Dan Marino, Charles Woodson and Derrick Henry are among the possible autos. The parallel roster includes:

Formula One Autographs Blue – max #’d/35
Formula One Autographs Bronze – Max #’d/25
Formula One Autographs Red – Max #’d/15
Formula One Autographs Gold – Max #’d/10
Formula One Autographs Platinum – Max #’d/5
Formula One Autographs Black – One-of-One

Other autograph subsets include:

One Man Show, with a checklist that includes Patrick Mahomes, Aaron Rodgers, LaDanian Tomlinson, Randy Moss, and DeAndre Hopkins. 

They’ll be numbered to 49, unless it’s one of these parallels:

One Man Show Blue – Max #’d/35
One Man Show Bronze – Max #’d/25
One Man Show Red – Max #’d/15
One Man Show Gold – Max #’d/10
One Man Show Platinum – Max #’d/5
One Man Show Black – One-of-One

One Up (look for Steve Young, Troy Polamalu, Aaron Jones, Derrick Henry and Stefon Diggs who are already confirmed).
Once Upon a Time, which brings a storybook look and features past greats on shiny stock including Jerry Rice, Bo Jackson, Eric Dickerson and Troy Aikman, among others.

They’ll be numbered to 99 while lower numbered parallels include:

Once Upon a Time Signatures Blue – Max #’d/75
Once Upon a Time Signatures Bronze – Max #’d/49
Once Upon a Time Signatures Red – Max #’d/25
Once Upon a Time Signatures Gold – Max #’d/15
Once Upon a Time Signatures Platinum – Max #’d/5
Once Upon a Time Signatures Gold Vinyl One-ofOne

Shield Signatures:  cards of players with the red, white and blue NFL Shield.

The release date for 2021 Panini One of One Football is currently set for March 30, but as always, that’s subject to change.

 

About Rich Mueller

Rich is the editor and founder of Sports Collectors Daily. A broadcaster and writer for over 35 years and a collector for even longer than that, he’s usually typing something somewhere. Type him back at [email protected]

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