2010 Topps Gridiron Giveaway  

All season long, collectors can walk into participating Topps Home Team Advantage hobby shops and receive "Rookie of the Week" redemption cards when purchasing 2010 Topps Football Products. 

Every Tuesday during the NFL season, Topps will name a "Rookie of the Week".  Holders of redemption cards for that particular week can log on to http://www.topps.com/redemptions/Gridiron.htm and receive their free exclusive card. 

Visit your local HTA store to participate! 

Sources: Topps.com

Base Set

Card  Description
Jahvid Andre Best set a modern era NCAA record on September 19, 2009 with the California Golden Bears for most rushing touchdowns in a single game with five against the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
The Rookie of the Week for Week 2 is Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas. The former Georgia Tech star had 8 catches for 97 yards and a touchdown in his NFL debut Sunday, as the Broncos defeated Seattle 31-14. Thomasís impressive performance affirmed the confidence that Denver had in the young wideout when they made him the 22nd overall pick in the 2010 draft.
Bills rookie running back C.J. Spiller enjoyed a breakout performance in Week 3, as he reached pay dirt for the first two times in his career and rang up 7.3 YPC. The 2010 No. 9 overall pick highlighted the afternoon with a scintillating 95-yard kickoff return for a TD, nearly lifting Buffalo to an upset over the heavily favored Patriots.
Rams rookie quarterback Sam Bradford submitted the best performance of his brief career in Week 4, chucking for 289 yards and two scores en route to a convincing victory over the Seahawks. This yearís No. 1 overall pick has lived up to the hype thus far, navigating his team to a share of first place in the NFC West and emerging as one of the gameís most promising young signal-callers.
Cardinals QB Max Hallís first career start was a triumphant one in Week 5, as he injected some much-needed life into a struggling team and rallied them to an upset over the Superbowl Champion New Orleans Saints. The undrafted BYU product showed toughness and poise as he completed a solid 63 percent of his passes, entrenching his spot as the starting signal-caller in Arizona.
New Orleans running back Chris Ivory turned some heads filling in as a starter in Week 6, dashing to 175 yards from scrimmage paced by 10.5 yards-per-carry during a rout of Tampa Bay. An undrafted fee agent out of Division II Tiffin University, the powerful 22-year-old had the Buccaneers on their heels all afternoon and was impressive enough to ensure more time in the Saintsí backfield going forward.
Bengals receiver Jordan Shipley broke out in Week 7 with a monster afternoon, hauling in six passes for 131 yards and his first career touchdown - an impressive 64-yard catch and run. The former Longhorns star now leads all rookies in yards-per-game and may soon emerge as one of the gameís top slot receivers.
Tampa Bay running back LeGarrette Blount exploded in Week 8, galloping for 120 yards and two touchdowns while carrying his team to a huge victory in Arizona. The powerful Oregon productís highlight reel 48-yard dash sealed the game in the fourth quarter, as he also ensured a starting spot in the Bucsí backfield going forward.
Cleveland quarterback Colt McCoy came up big in Week 9, completing a stellar 74 percent of his passes and dashing for a 16-yard score as the Browns shocked the Patriots 34-14. The former Longhorn star has engineered two straight upset victories over elite opponents, and his impressive poise has led to an 83.5 passer rating over three career starts.
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski shined under the bright lights in Week 10, hauling in three touchdowns along with 72 receiving yards in a victory over the Steelers. The 42nd overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft has reached pay dirt six times this season, while displaying the highlight-reel grabs that made him the most accomplished tight end in Arizona Wildcatís history.
An impressive first season for Bucs receiver Mike Williams continued in Week 11, as he hauled in 54 yards and a touchdown during his teamís rout of the 49ers. The explosive fourth-round pick out of Syracuse currently leads all rookies in receiving yards and is tied for the lead in touchdown catches, on pace for over 1,000 and 10, respectively.
Vikings rookie running back Toby Gerhart was a savior in Week 12, stepping in for injured superstar Adrian Peterson and admirably leading his team's ground attack. A second-round pick, Gerhart displayed the punishing style that made him Stanford's all-time career touchdowns leader, pacing Minnesota's victory in Washington with 76 yards and his first NFL score.
Colts running back Javarris James displayed his knack for reaching pay dirt in Week 13, rumbling for two touchdowns on just six carries against the Cowboys. The undrafted Hurricane product Ė cousin of former Indy star Edgerrin Ė has notched five scores over the last five games while emerging as his teamís feature goal-line back.
Tampa Bay wide receiver Arrelious Benn enjoyed a breakout game in Week 14, keying a victory in Washington with career highs of four catches and 122 yards. The 39th overall pick out of Illinois also added a 17-yard rush, and looks to have a very bright future with the Buccaneers.
Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow made a splash in his Week 15 starting debut, notching scores with both his arm and his legs while nearly rallying Denver to an upset victory in Oakland. The former Gator legend threw for 138 yards and ran for 78 more on just eight carries, including an electrifying 40-yard scamper to paydirt.
Chargers running back Ryan Mathews looked strong in a week 16 matchup with the Bengals, totaling a career-high 83 yards from scrimmage and notching his fourth touchdown of the season. The Fresno State product reminded many why he was the No. 12 pick in this year's draft with an average of 4.6 yards-per-carry boosted by a 23-yard dash to the end zone.
Jets running back Joe McKnight erupted for 158 yards on 32 carries in a week 17 rout of the Buffalo Bills. It was a redemptive performance for the fourth-round pick out of USC, who had struggled during the teamís minicamp and spent much of the regular season relegated to special teams duty. His 158 yards were the most by a Jets rookie since the 1964 season.