Round 2: Los Angeles Rams vs. Indianapolis Colts
2013 Panini Prizm Decade Dominance #10 Eric Dickerson vs. 2008 Upper Deck #82 Reggie Wayne
Round 2: Buffalo Bills vs. Denver Broncos
1991 Pro Set #52 Thurman Thomas vs. 2016 Donruss #86 C.J. Anderson
Round 2: Minnesota Vikings vs. New York Giants
1989 Pro Set #561 Herschel Walker vs. 2019 Donruss #183 Alec Ogletree
This one is intriguing. At first glance, I would say the Giants win on the strength of an outstanding picture of a defender celebrating in the end zone with the ball. Did he score, or run to end zone after coming up with a turnover? (He did not score in this game against the Titans, but he did come away with one pick.) However, a closer examination of these two cards tilts back toward the Vikings. Herschel Walker was a quality player. But that's not why this card is interesting. It's the "Trade" banner that draws attention to quite possibly the most important trade in NFL history: the 1989 Dallas fleecing of Minnesota, acquiring 8 draft picks and some players from the Vikings for Walker. The draft picks were used to launch the Cowboys dynasty of the 1990s. And here is a card commemorating the deal from the Vikings side. They lost the trade, but they won this matchup of two good cards.