Red Wolf

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About Red Wolf

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  • Birthday 06/22/1989

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  1. 2018 MLS Kits

    I remember Philadelphia and New England wearing their clashes at home the first year SKC had that home set. Later on, both Philly and New England wore navy vs. SKC in their homes. Ended up being a better clash on the field than you would have expected. Probably helped that the back of the SKC jerseys weren't part navy like the front.
  2. 2018 MLS Kits

    Are you talking about the backs being blank? Because I think that's an MLS (and various other leagues) rule. Dallas back when they wore hoops for instance, never went all the way around and same goes for SKC's hooped kit from a while back. And when the US had those hooped kits, the back was blank for those as well, except on the replicas. Seems like it's totally fine in Italy though.
  3. Shoney's has an updated logo

    All the Arkansas ones closed up too I think. Last one I went to was a pit stop in Clinton, Mississippi. In the realm of garbage chain restaurants, Shoney's was one of my favorites. I wouldn't recommend people eat there, but still. EDIT: Just remembered that there's one in West Memphis. But if I'm that close to Regular Memphis I'm not eating at Shoney's. We can't have a Shoney's and Scott Steiner mention without this video.
  4. 2018 MLS Kits

    Maybe it's punishment for the US failing to make the World Cup.
  5. 2018 MLS Kits

    Definitely one of the lesser SKC aways in the post-rebrand era. It's fine, but nothing spectacular. Normally that would be okay, but Sporting KC's kits have typically been spectacular or better. I doubt these will be hard to come by like the black argyle jerseys were.
  6. 2017 NFL Season: Then there were Two

    RPOs have been a thing in college football for years, and yet I don't think I've heard the term uttered more in those cumulative years than I did from the commentary last night. It wouldn't have been so bad if they weren't just calling every single play action play an RPO even when they weren't (Hint: if the running back comes nowhere near the handoff, it's not an RPO). As far as debating the Ertz TD, I not only found it baffling that the commentators had trouble understanding if it was a catch, I thought it was crazy that the replay took so damn long. This wasn't a situation where it felt like it should be a catch (Dez and Megatron's infamous incompletions for instance), it was clearly a catch by every conceivable measure.
  7. 2017 NFL Season: Then there were Two

    It is funny how every announcer is out to get everybody's team. As somebody who wanted the Eagles to win, but was not going to feel like dying if the Pats won, I thought the announcers were just plain old incompetent. How that Ertz TD was even a question for them was absolutely baffling to me, and the insistence on saying "R-P-O" virtually any time Philly ran a play was maddening.
  8. 2017 NFL Season: Then there were Two

    The internet is going to be the cause of society's fall, but boy are we going to have fun on the way down.
  9. 2017 NFL Season: Then there were Two

    Thoughts and prayers with the city of Philadelphia tonight.
  10. 2017 NFL Season: Then there were Two

    I expect lots of happiness and absolutely no complaining at all to occur in this thread today.
  11. 2018 MLS Kits

    I like Dallas' socks. Other than that, not so much.
  12. 2018 MLS Kits

    It's kind of odd seeing the Union crest on the side like most jerseys instead of in the middle like they've done in the past.
  13. The XFL may be making a comeback

    Wait, really? That might be even dumber. Based on the NFL thread, I assume that this means Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are banned from the XFL.
  14. The XFL may be making a comeback

    The story about him being confused that somebody would watch some comedy film instead of watching Santino skits is pretty indicative of the bubble he lives in. The anthem thing isn't that surprising, though I wonder how much anybody will care about that issue in two years. It was an issue that was practically dead until Trump brought it back up this season. The allegedly high focus on safety isn't too surprising. The XFL of the 90s was meant to imitate the 90s WWF, which itself imitated the trash TV of the time. The modern WWE is family friendly now. It makes me think they should have gone with a different name since everything about this new endeavor sounds like the opposite of XTREME. They didn't say anything about how exactly they're going to have a shorter game did they? I know he floated the idea of no halftime, but was there anything else?