1968 Topps Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1968 Topps Richie Petitbon 1968 Topps 101 Richie Petitbon Chicago Bears defensive back Tulane nm
1968 Topps Erich Barnes 1968 Topps 102 Erich Barnes Cleveland Browns defensive back Purdue Barnes played for three NFL teams--the Chicago Bears, New York Giants, and Cleveland Browns--and he made the Pro Bowl with all three.
1968 Topps Bob Hayes 1968 Topps 103 Bob Hayes Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Florida A and M Cowboys Ring of Honor 2001, Pro Football Hall of Fame 2009 Hayes also appeared on a few track cards. For more football players who appeared on cards for other sports, see the Gallery's Cards in Multiple Sports page.
1968 Topps Milt Plum 1968 Topps 104 Milt Plum Los Angeles Rams quarterback Penn State The Lions traded Plum to the Rams in May of 1968. This card shows him still in his Lions uniform.
1968 Topps Boyd Dowler 1968 Topps 105 Boyd Dowler Green Bay Packers end, punter Colorado Packers Hall of Fame 1978
1968 Topps Ed Meador 1968 Topps 106 Ed Meador Los Angeles Rams defensive back Arkansas Tech nm
1968 Topps Fred Cox 1968 Topps 107 Fred Cox Minnesota Vikings kicker Pittsburgh
1968 Topps Steve Stonebreaker 1968 Topps 108 Steve Stonebreaker New Orleans Saints linebacker Detroit Rookie card nm-mt oc
1968 Topps Aaron Thomas 1968 Topps 109 Aaron Thomas New York Giants end Oregon State Thomas was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 1982. PSA 7
1968 Topps Norm Snead 1968 Topps 110 Norm Snead Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Wake Forest nm
1968 Topps Paul Martha 1968 Topps 111 Paul Martha Pittsburgh Steelers defensive back Pittsburgh Rookie card exmt+
1968 Topps Jerry Stovall 1968 Topps 112 Jerry Stovall St. Louis Cardinals defensive back LSU College Hall of Fame 2010 Stovall finished second to Terry Baker in voting for the 1962 Heisman Trophy. nm-mt oc
1968 Topps Kay McFarland 1968 Topps 113 Kay McFarland San Francisco 49ers end Colorado State Rookie card nm
1968 Topps Pat Richter 1968 Topps 114 Pat Richter Washington Redskins end Wisconsin College Hall of Fame 1996 PSA 7
1968 Topps Rick Redman 1968 Topps 115 Rick Redman San Diego Chargers linebacker, punter Washington College Hall of Fame 1995 nm
1968 Topps Tom Keating 1968 Topps 116 Tom Keating Oakland Raiders defensive tackle Michigan Keating played on three AFL Championship teams in his first four seasons: the 1964 Bills, 1965 Bills, and 1967 Raiders.
1968 Topps Matt Snell 1968 Topps 117 Matt Snell New York Jets fullback Ohio State
1968 Topps Dick Westmoreland 1968 Topps 118 Dick Westmoreland Miami Dolphins defensive back North Carolina A and T
1968 Topps Jerry Mays 1968 Topps 119 Jerry Mays Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle SMU Chiefs Hall of Fame 1972 nm-mt oc
1968 Topps Sid Blanks 1968 Topps 120 Sid Blanks Houston Oilers halfback Texas A and M - Kingsville nm+
1968 Topps Al Denson 1968 Topps 121 Al Denson Denver Broncos end Florida A and M nm+
1968 Topps Bobby Hunt 1968 Topps 122 Bobby Hunt Cincinnati Bengals defensive back Auburn
1968 Topps Mike Mercer 1968 Topps 123 Mike Mercer Buffalo Bills kicker Arizona State Mercer scored the first field goal in Super Bowl history, a 31-yarder for the Chiefs in Super Bowl I. exmt
1968 Topps Nick Buoniconti 1968 Topps 124 Nick Buoniconti Boston Patriots linebacker Notre Dame Dolphins Honor Roll 1991, Patriots Hall of Fame 1992, Pro Football Hall of Fame 2001
1968 Topps Ron Vander Kelen 1968 Topps 125 Ron Vander Kelen Atlanta Falcons quarterback Wisconsin Rookie card

Vander Kelen played for the Vikings from 1963 to 1967. The Vikings traded him to the Falcons in 1968, but he did not play a regular season game for the Falcons. Vander Kelen and Pete Beathard were the MVPs of the 1963 Rose Bowl, in which #1 USC beat #2 Wisconsin 42-37.