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About DeFrank

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    back in the swing of things
  • Birthday 11/29/1995

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    Washington D.C.
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    marlins 1993
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    DC big four, Colgate, Texas A&M

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  1. 2017 NFL Season

    He writes for the New York Daily News.
  2. NFL 2017 changes?

    I've come to the realization that I'd rather the team be a mix of white and black shoes with no team color shoes rather than all black or white and team color.
  3. NBA Changes 2017-18

    The OKC statement uniform is the best NBA uniform in history. I'm so serious about this take.
  4. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I'm not usually one for really strong takes on NBA uniforms, but. The OKC alts are the greatest purely alternate (non-throwback) uniform in sports. They're dope as hell. The colors look fantastic (like they belong in a Stranger Things episode), the little break in the lettering is great, like it's static or lightning or something idk but I love it.
  5. Vintage Getty, SI and other NFL photos

    A masterful uniform right here
  6. I believe the plan is for them to only wear white pants with the blue jerseys for home games.
  7. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    Oh I remember! It's really too bad because Virginia Tech should have one of the most solid football looks on the planet week in week out.
  8. NFL 2017 changes?

    Bears look fantastic today! White shoes and socks make a monochrome look a nice change of pace. Especially for a team like the Bears that aren't going to start wearing it every game (2002 Bills, Seahawks)
  9. NFL 2017 changes?

    Thats a great nugget there. I'm of the opinion that white shoes look fantastic for basically every team. For me, the white shoes take me back to my first years as a Washington fan, going to games in 1999-2005 or so as a very young kid with my dad. They weren't good but I loved that Spurrier/Gibbs II era with the white shoes, etc. Lots of good nostalgia in 90s NFL design.
  10. Lions New Logo and Uniforms 2017

    Trust me I completely agree. I think the NFL should just say sorry to the players, you have to wear real socks. It's just a lack of awareness or degree of caring. But I completely agree. If it was up to me the top half of NFL socks should not be allowed to be the same color as the pants, just as the bottom half has to be white. I'd also make high socks mandatory in baseball, so.
  11. Lions New Logo and Uniforms 2017

    That probably wouldn't happen. The main reasons why teams like the Lions, Texans, Ravens, Vikings, and more choose to have beautiful color pants ruined by the leotard look are 1. the convenience of letting players who would rather just wear white crew socks and solid color tights 2. the complete lack of a stripeless fully white sock in the NFL. No team has white topped, unstriped socks. Teams that have stripes have to add an extra layer of complication in making sure players comply based on their tight vs sock preferences. For the Lions to have blue socks with silver stripes wouldn't solve the leotard problem but would add that extra layer of complication (some players wearing stripe "rings" around their tights and others wearing the "correct" full sock with a stripe sewn in). The only team that does this to any kind of degree is the Dolphins I guess? With their weird blue topped aqua socks that add complication/having to carry a second pair of socks without solving the leotard problem.
  12. NFL 2017 changes?

    FOX using the NFL theme for MLB games feels like it should be a parody.
  13. NFL 2017 changes?

    Thought the exact same thing
  14. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    Not a great look in my opinion for my school. That helmet stripe is particularly bad. The black in the shoulder stripes? So unnecessary.
  15. NFL 2017 changes?

    Totally disagree! Love this look, far better than black shoes. Applies for every team in the NFL in my opinion.