Wednesday, November 9, 2022

90's On The 9th: 1999 Pacific Paramount End Zone Net-Fusions Terrell Davis

*sits down, takes a bite of bagel, sip of coffee and prepares for another new post on Cards Over Coffee*

I don't know about you, but since I started this series, months have been flying by. Which isn't the greatest even though it does get us closer to Christmas. 

However, it also ages us all faster and my daily body aches.

I guess it at least gets you to a new 90's On The 9th which I know you are excited about.

What does that also mean? It means it's time for me to showcase a new 90's card I have recently picked up. What can this mean for you? I invite you to do the same on your blog and social media as well. Let's make 90's On The 9th a thing.

I won't give up until you do!

*takes a sip*

Before I show off today's card, please finish recording your favorite song off the radio and take a sip of your Orbitz. I wouldn't want you to miss that song. We all know how long it takes before they play it again. Been there, done that.

*takes another sip*

Today's card was a unique insert for its time.

The insert features a swatch of faux endzone barrier netting and a player on the front. I thought at first these were made with the real netting,

but there is not guarantee or information that it is. Still a pretty cool insert and a very tough pull at 1:73 packs.

Thoughts on today's card welcomed in comments.

I hope to see some of you post your 90's On The 9th cards! Please use the hashtag, #90son9th when you post on Social Media. If you post on your blog, please add this blog into your post so more will join in.

*takes a sip before finishing up today's post*

Hope you all have a Wonderful Wednesday! 

*Coffee Card Blogger Out*


  1. Way cooler than 90% of today's inserts.

  2. The baseball version of this card has a rectangular shaped bit of net, and is supposed to represent the foul pole. I like it a lot. Have a couple. [abide on TCDb]

    1. I only have one of the baseball ones, It's Griffey for my Griffey PC


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