Looking at the stats of my collection on the Trading Card Database, with these cards they show me as owning 373 different Tim Couch cards - the most of anyone in my collection. (For anyone interested, number two is Kevin Johnson with 224 different cards.)
|Left: 1999 Fleer Focus - Glimmer Men #1R|
Right: 1999 Playoff Momentum SSD - Star Gazing #SG41
|Left: 2000 Fleer Tradition - Tradition of Excellence #3TE|
Right: 2000 Leaf Certified - Certified Gold Team #CGT32
|Top: 2000 Playoff Prestige - Human Highlight Film #HH-60|
Bottom: 1999 Skybox Molten Metal #147
I have to say that I really like the 1999 Skybox Molten Metal set. There is just something about the durability of the cards. This card completed my team set from the base set. I have a couple of Tim Couch inserts from the set as well, but still need some and there are parallels for a lot of them as well.
|Left: 1999 Stadium Club - Emperors of the Zone #E9|
Right: 2000 Topps Gallery #141
And, believe it or not, I actually picked up two non-Tim Couch cards from 2000.
|Left: 2000 Collector's Edge Odyssey - Wasssuppp #W7|
2000 Topps Chrome #228
I already owned the Topps Collection parallel card of Barcelona Dragon Ronnie Powell, but I needed this Topps Chrome version, and still need the base Topps card. (I'm sure that is only because I really haven't looked for it.) On the back of the card it says that he was signed by the Browns as a free agent, and then allocated to the Dragons. He did play in 14 games for the Browns in 1999, catching one pass for 45 yards, rushing the ball once for -14 yards, and returning 44 punts for 986 yards.