New NFL Football 2-Packs From McFarlane Toys

by Jay Cochran
June 12, 2004

McFarlane Toys is proud to unveil the remaining two boxed sets for this fall's NFL Sports Picks series. The first -- and already announced -- boxed set features Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb vs. New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan. This NFC East rivalry-themed two-pack is scheduled to arrive in stores in early July.

The next offering focuses on a different sort of competition: sibling rivalry. The Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning will be featured alongside his little brother Eli, the new QB of the future for the New York Giants.

The Manning brothers will be passing your way this September.

Though the Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens don't share much head-to-head history on the football field, those two fan bases have spent years arguing back and forth. McFarlane Toys takes a look at those "feuding neighbors" and sets up a possible confrontation between Baltimore's fearsome linebacker Ray Lewis and Washington's newest weapon, running back Clinton Portis. This boxed set will be arriving in stores in October.

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