1992 had its ups and downs. Up: my oldest daughter was born. Down: I aggravated an old back injury. Up: more variations of product from the card companies. Down: This (the previous) was only the beginning of what would ultimately be a nightmare. By the end of 1992 John Elway had 279 unique cards going back to his 1982 Oneonta Yankees baseball card. Not that bad being 119 were from 1992 alone. In fact, when Elway retired he had less cards on the market than he had produced from 1999 through 2012. It only got worse through 1998 he had 2, 258 unique cards. Through 2012 he had 5, 901 cards. Wowser, and now without adding all of the 2014s, some I did manage to get a list of now sits at 6, 050. Anyways, this is what I have of the 1992 Elway cards.
I have 46 of 119 cards from 1992 which doesn't really compare with the total unique Elway cards (1, 379) that I have vs. the roughly 6K out there that includes a butt load of 1/1s and other super rare (low serial numbered cards) and other SPs. That isn't to say that I don't have some of those, because I do, but we'll have to progress through the years to see those.