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  1. Minnesota Timberwolves

    Look at the ad that popped up in the top right!
  2. Congratulations and best of luck!!! Bolton Wanderers have been my favorite team since I was exposed to English soccer while living in Ireland in 2001. I've followed them from arms length over the years and it's very exciting to see your design among the finalists of this competition!!!!
  3. Rebranding the Braves?

    Just because a team name is deemed less offensive than another team name doesn't mean 20,000 or 90,000 drunk fans doing a tomahawk chant makes things any less offensive. Yeah, I just threw the Chiefs in there. (Yeah, they were named after Mayor 'Chief' Bartle)
  4. Proposed Chicago Bears Logo from 1973

    I like the telephone cord backhair.
  5. The FrankenJets

    As a Jets fan, I never knew this combination of green helmet and Namath era jerseys existed, even for such a short little time. When the fauxbacks were used that one year in the 90's, the green helmet was so jarring with the Namath era jerseys. I think it was because there was such a stronger sense of the jerseys being associated with the Super Bowl and that those wonderful uniforms were dormant for such a long time prior to that. As much as I loved the initial change to the new-Namath era jerseys, I did feel sad about losing the green helmet. Now, after using the current set for so long (I believe this season may make the current set in use longer than the green helmet set) and seeing the uniforms become worse and worse and bastardized to every suppliers' templates and mismatched greens, I would totally welcome switching the helmets back to the green ones without ruining the 'Namath era look' of the uniforms. Also, please drop the forest and olive green stuff and go back to the kelly green!
  6. MLB Changes 2017

    Do those arms really belong to that head?
  7. Lions New Logo and Uniforms 2017

    Anybody else notice that 'lion fur' print in the background of the image? I bet it's printed on every number like the Seahawks pattern.
  8. NHL 2017-18

    Wow! How original, thanks for the update, Bill!
  9. Players in the "wrong" uniforms

    I always associated the Eagles with silver and black as the central difference between the two teams, mostly because of the one year the Eagles placed electrical tape on their helmets' wings as a memorial. (For the trainer?) I never realized it was a one year thing until a few years ago because their new helmets solidified black in the uniforms.
  10. Players in the "wrong" uniforms

    The first thing that stuck or about that picture was the black threads around the numbers. As a Jet fan, all I could think about was the early nineties jerseys with the black trim. I was so worried about them getting a black third or taking away from the simplicity of the green and white.
  11. MLB Changes 2017

    Maybe they should just embroider his number on the chest above the wordmark of every jersey in the same color thread as the base of the jersey.
  12. Rare NBA Getty Images, Google & Internet Find

    The original unused Charlotte Bobcats' cheerleaders outfits just leaked.
  13. 2018 NBA All-Star Game logo unveiled

    Looks like a star trek logo smashed into a silver blob.
  14. NBA Changes 2017-18

    So just what is black and white and red all over?
  15. MLB Changes 2017

    Jeez, that scares me. I thought the Royals corrected their style by getting rid of black years ago, and the re-introduction of powder blue has worked and been wildly succesful, but it seems like they're really hellbent on watering down and overusing gold to muddle up a clean look with strong ties to their past. Yes, I know yellow/gold has been in their logo this whole time, but blue(s) have always been their bread and butter in regards to their identity.