Starting Lineup Action Figure DAVE BROWN / NEW YORK GIANTS NFL 1996

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Condition
New
Sport
Football-NFL
Product
Action Figure
Team
New York Giants
Country/Region of Manufacture
China
Brand
Starting Lineup
Player
Dave Brown

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DAVE BROWN / NEW YORK GIANTS 1996 NFL Starting Lineup Action Figure
 
  • DAVE BROWN / NEW YORK GIANTS 1996 NFL Starting Lineup Action Figure & Exclusive NFL Collector Trading Card
  • Displayed figure stands approximately 4 inches tall. Includes helmet & one Exclusive NFL Starting Lineup Trading Card.
  • Originally released in 1996 - Retired / Out of production.
  • Ages 4 and up.
  • From Kenner.
 
DAVE BROWN / NEW YORK GIANTS 1996 NFL Starting Lineup Action Figure & Exclusive NFL Collector Trading Card. Displayed figure stands approximately 4 inches tall. Includes helmet & one Exclusive NFL Starting Lineup Trading Card. Originally released in 1996 - Retired / Out of production. Ages 4 and up. From Kenner. David Brown is a former professional American football quarterback who played for Duke University and later in the National Football League for the New York Giants and Arizona Cardinals. Brown had a successful career at Duke University. In his November 4, 1989, starting debut he threw for 444 yards against Wake Forest University, including a 97-yard touchdown to wide receiver Clarkston Hines to establish Duke's longest play from scrimmage. Later that month, Brown set a school single-game record with 479 passing yards against the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, upending Duke's rival, 41-0, to finish the year with seven straight wins and a share of the Atlantic Coast Conference championship. The Blue Devils subsequently received a bid to play in the All-American Bowl, Duke's first bowl game in almost 30 years. In 1991, Brown was chosen as the recipient of Duke's Carmen Falcone Team MVP Award. Brown ranks in the top ten in the following categories for Duke football quarterbacks: pass attempts in a season (#4, 437), pass attempts in a career (#5, 845), pass attempts in a game (#8, 54), pass completions in a game (#5, 33), pass completions in a season (#5, 230), pass completions in a career (#5, 463), passing yards in a game (#1, 479), passing yards in a season (#5, 2,794), passing yards in a career (#5, 5,717), touchdown passes in a game (#2, 4), touchdown passes in a season (#3, 20), touchdown passes in a career (#4, 42), 300-yard passing games in a season (#2, 4), 400-yard passing games in a career (#3, 8), 400-yard passing games in a season (#1, 2), and 400-yard passing games in a career (#2, 2).