Here's another Jersey card. Remember in 1996 when the first jersey cards were made by Upper Deck? They came at astronomical odds and are still pretty valuable. Now as people complain about, recent jersey cards are not worth very much due to over-saturation. Still, the alternative is to have endless insert cards that don't mean anything like in 1995. Guess we can't go back now. Pead isn't looking as weird on his card as Robert Turbin.