CrazyAnna

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About CrazyAnna

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    The NFL season has finally returned. :)

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    Washington State (1995-pres)
    Seattle Seahawks (1976-2001 / 2012-pres)
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  1. What a gleaming gentleman. They have the least boring uniforms in the NFL. I love their colors and their entire uniform from head to toe is marvelous. Easily a Top 10 NFL uniform.That's great you feel that way. It's also ok for a lot of people to not jump on board with ridiculous, oversized numerals, neon trim, faux "tribal" crap everywhere and basically allowing themselves to become Nike's lab experiment gone horribly awry. I really wouldn't care that much, but this "disease" is spreading a lot faster than i thought it would. Jacksonville and Tampa are prime examples.I love how kids today find everything "boring" unless the thing in question glows in the dark, tweets their smart phone every 10 seconds and has a reset button. Calm down. I wasn't arguing with him. That was one hell of a rant over a team's uniform. I'm also 43 years old. I for one am extremely pleased to see teams having a more custom look versus the cookie cutter death by stripes look that plagued the league for decades. When the TV cameras panned the Seattle crowd, I didn't see a single throwback jersey in the stands. All I saw were the current "disease" (wow lol) uniforms. Obviously the fan base is happy with their look.That's because those were the uniforms when they became fans.Then you obviously know nothing about the 12th Man. Outside of Seattle, of course there will be bandwagon fans. He was referring to the fans in the stadium.
  2. I think it's more likely that they didn't like the results and are awaiting improvements from Nike.But could be a little of this and a little of that. I feel a biased Paul Lucas rant coming in 5..4..3...
  3. They have the least boring uniforms in the NFL. I love their colors and their entire uniform from head to toe is marvelous. Easily a Top 10 NFL uniform. That's great you feel that way. It's also ok for a lot of people to not jump on board with ridiculous, oversized numerals, neon trim, faux "tribal" crap everywhere and basically allowing themselves to become Nike's lab experiment gone horribly awry. I really wouldn't care that much, but this "disease" is spreading a lot faster than i thought it would. Jacksonville and Tampa are prime examples.I love how kids today find everything "boring" unless the thing in question glows in the dark, tweets their smart phone every 10 seconds and has a reset button. Calm down. I wasn't arguing with him. That was one hell of a rant over a team's uniform. I'm also 43 years old. I for one am extremely pleased to see teams having a more custom look versus the cookie cutter death by stripes look that plagued the league for decades. When the TV cameras panned the Seattle crowd, I didn't see a single throwback jersey in the stands. All I saw were the current "disease" (wow lol) uniforms. Obviously the fan base is happy with their look. Yes, we love the Seahawks new look. Admittedly in the very beginning there was a lot of shock and of course resistance to change, but just like the reaction to the Broncos makeover in the 90's, it begins to grow on you. Our current uniform is beautiful.
  4. Actually their road uniform during that era wasn't all that bad.
  5. SORRY, I guess the game was played in Atlanta. This was a long time ago. I just remember watching the game with my father since his team was on a bye and it was nice to have him home before he left for Kansas City for next week's game.
  6. When most of us think of the Glanville-era Falcons uniforms, we normally associate it with Deion Sanders. However, everytime I think of those uniforms I always think about the game when the Falcons traveled to San Francisco to face the Deion Sanders 49ers. During the 2nd quarter, Deion and Andre Rison where matched up and a fight broke out. That fight is forever lock in my mind.
  7. Houston would probably feel the same way it does about the Texas Rangers The Texas Rangers currently represent 12 Texas counties while playing in the Metroplex. Now if the Rangers moved to a new stadium closer to or in the city of Dallas, then yes, they should be the Dallas Rangers. But I also think the Jets and Giants have no business calling themselves New York when they play their home games in New Jersey. When the Warriors move to San Francisco in 2018, I definitely support a name change. But the Jets and Giants have their offices in New York City. The Jets' corportate offices are in Florham Park, New Jersey. The Giants' corporate offices are in East Rutherford, New Jersey. In fact, nothing about them are New York.
  8. Houston would probably feel the same way it does about the Texas Rangers The Texas Rangers currently represent 12 Texas counties while playing in the Metroplex. Now if the Rangers moved to a new stadium closer to or in the city of Dallas, then yes, they should be the Dallas Rangers. But I also think the Jets and Giants have no business calling themselves New York when they play their home games in New Jersey. When the Warriors move to San Francisco in 2018, I definitely support a name change.
  9. California is too big. Just like the California Angels were a horrible name. How would fans in San Antonio and Houston feel about the Texas Mavericks? It should be the San Francisco Warriors again.
  10. What about the Complete History of the XLF?
  11. Not childish at all. Most TV stations did this type of humorous art works when the station was having difficulties. A way of lighting the mood. Looks like the Bucks were just having fun with it.
  12. I don't understand. Wasn't Fandango one of the hottest things in wrestling exactly one year ago? What happened?