I bought this pack with the singular goal of pulling a card of Rutgers standout and Titans first round pick Kenny Britt. Because, you know, buying a pack of a 300 card set looking for one player is always a sound decision. On the Kenny Britt front, this pack was an unmitigated failure. Beyond that, well, judge for yourself.
2009 Upper Deck NFL Draft
Here are some guys that are not Kenny Britt.
#7 Michael Crabtree. Will be blown out of the water by the accolades of Kenny Britt.
#78 Arian Foster. Wishes he got to play in the same offense as Kenny Britt.
#80 Tyrell Sutton. Went to Northwestern, so he is obviously smart enough to realize how great Kenny Britt is.
#90 Keenan Lewis. Dreads the day that he might have to cover Kenny Britt.
#224 Ray Maualuga Scouting Report. The scouting report on Kenny Britt is that he is superman without a cape.
#3 Matthew Stafford (Purple?) Parallel /50. Kenny Britt would never be caught dead in purple.
#190 Philip Rivers. Says "Larry English? We drafted Larry English when Kenny Britt was still on the board?"
#141 John Parker Wilson. Knows deep inside that Kenny Britt would have saved him against Utah.
#192 Dwayne Bowe. Kenny Britt has no idea how Dwayne Bowe made the cut for this set.
#106 Xavier Fulton. Wants to block for whoever gets to throw to Kenny Britt.
Note: Due to my ineptitude in all things involving the internets, the draft of this post appeared for about 5 minutes earlier this evening. Anyone who might have seen it would note that my first go featured some rather caustic remarks about the set. I decided to change course, because you know, I'm a nice guy.