I'm well ahead of schedule now, so I'm going to take a break for a while. I've been trying to roll out 6-12 cards per day to give anyone watching the feeling of ripping a pack and finding new cards, albeit from the same team. I would welcome feedback on that approach or the cards themselves. Any early favorites? Any you would like to see redone?
Planning for 18 cards per team. Typically start with six offensive skill positions (QB, RB1, RB2, WR1, WR2, TE), six defense, a kicker, and a punter, which leaves four slots for a backup QB, extra skills players, offensive linemen, and defenders. This approach was influenced by collecting Topps football cards in the mid-seventies when kicker and punter cards were printed for most teams, even if there were less than 12 player cards for that team.