I have a LOT of scans on my desktops now as beginnings are always the biggest influx of cards for a collection, at least in my experience. So here's a few of them (these come from two separate purchases on Blowout).
This first one's a pretty neat die cut from 2000 Press Pass:
It's called "Breakout," and is probably named for that TI-83 game that you played during Pre-Calc when you were pretending to pay attention. I love the coloring of this thing.
Dominion was always a slick looking set for me, and this one looks especially high end...was this Pacific's high end? I have no idea:
here. The guys I think who found the most success include:
There's a few other dudes there but these stood out the most to me.
And finally, Press Pass base:
Moving on, here's the other sweet awesome running back I now collect, Torrold DeShaun Smart. Or Rod as his friends call him:
Here's a picture of Smart again...I'm gonna assume this is from the 2003 Super Bowl:
Another real simple back, but this one has a short bio which is...weird. He basically praises Smart in the least praiseworthy way ever. Smart's good cause he's good at special teams and he can play the running back position. Niiiiice Upper Deck.
But finally we come to the end of the post. And man this card rules...and it's not because of Jon Kasay: