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  1. Started messing around with the NFL 100 logo on a field, and put together a Super Bowl LIV field. I used the logo I made for the Super Bowl Shuffle contest a few years back. Although I made this logo for Los Angeles for the contest, works just fine here. @logoroy Put together a real nice logo for LIV in the contest that works well for Miami. I would think though on the actual Super Bowl LIV field, the NFL 100 logo would span about 20 yards, since the logo is more long than it is tall.
  2. I'm pretty sure the Chiefs endzone would have a gold workdmark. The Panthers and Broncos wordmarks were both colored in Super Bowl 50. I don't see why they would do white. Here's what that would look like though Quite bland. These field turf Super Bowl's are getting old though. The field always looks much better on grass, but since the new templated Super Bowl logo era (XLV and beyond) it's been mostly field turf: XLV: Field turf (Dallas) XLVI: Field turf (Indianapolis) XLVII: Field turf (New Orleans) XLVIII: Field turf (New York) XLIX: Grass (Glendale) 50: Grass (Bay Area) LI: Field turf (Houston) * Was going to be grass at the time Houston was chosen LII: Field turf (Minneapolis) LIII: Field turf (Atlanta) Super Bowl 50 was clearly the best looking field out of all of these, partially attributed to a Super Bowl logo with more color, but also the endzones consisting of all different colors. XLIX on grass looked better than what it could have looked like on field turf. And for future Super Bowl's, a little more hope with more grass games: LIV: Grass (Miami) * Also the NFL's 100th season, so maybe more color (with a dumb 100th season logo) LV: Grass (Tampa) LVI: Field turf (Los Angeles) * Assuming field turf, as I believe they will have a similar method as the Meadowlands switching the field between Rams and Chargers games LVII: Grass (Glendale) LVIII: Field turf (New Orleans) *LIX: Grass (Las Vegas) * I'm assuming this game will be awarded to Las Vegas, as it will be a new stadium that hadn't been awarded a Super Bowl yet Glad that Super Bowl LIV (NFL's 100th season) will be played on grass. Hopefully the Super Bowl logo for this game is made less generic, because it is the NFL's 100th season (doubt it though. We should find out in about a week ...)
  3. Sure thing ... Also tried a gold Chiefs endzone, since the red helmet and red endzone don't mix too well
  4. For sure, you nailed it. It's by far the most colorful endzone possibility, and the Chiefs logo and wordmark have a good width and height ratio that fill the endzone, unlike the Eagles last season. Using the Rams logos used most often through this season: Best case, this is what we'd see for the Rams, given they would most likely go with the throwback (but really primary) home uniforms as the home team. And using the older gold logos that have been only used on the Rams secondary uniforms this season: I'd say this endzone design for the Rams would most likely not happen, since their official logo no longer uses gold, just white and navy, although this would be the better option.
  5. With only four teams remaining, time for some possible fields for Super Bowl LIII. Saints vs Chiefs I think this is clearly the best, since there will not be any navy blue endzones, for the first time since Super Bowl XLVII Saints vs Patriots Rams vs Chiefs Rams vs Patriots This would clearly be the worst field possible. Two navy endzones (I'm sure the NFL would use the same Navy for each endzone, even though the official team colors are not the same). The Rams endzone being bar far the worst, despite them probably wearing their throwbacks (the best uniforms possible) as they will be the home team in this game. Full sized with teamboxes
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    NFL Fields - 2003 Playoffs (1/11/19)

    2003 Playoffs Wild Card Divisional Conference Championships
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    NFL Fields - 2003 Playoffs (1/11/19)

    2004 Playoffs Wild Card Divisional Conference Championships
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    NFL Fields - 2003 Playoffs (1/11/19)

    Thanks. I'll try to make the updates tomorrow. 1992 Conference Championships AFC Championship - Bills at Dolphins NFC Championship - Cowboys at 49ers
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    NFL Fields - 2003 Playoffs (1/11/19)

    1979 Cowboys and 1979 NFC Divisional Playoffs - Rams at Cowboys 1980 Cowboys and 1980 NFC Wild Card Playoffs - Rams at Cowboys
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    NFL Fields - 2003 Playoffs (1/11/19)

    1973 Divisional Playoffs - Rams at Cowboys 1975 Divisional Playoffs - Cardinals at Rams 1975 NFC Championship - Cowboys at Rams 1976 Divisional Playoffs - Rams at Cowboys 1978 NFC Championship - Cowboys at Rams
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    NFL Fields - 2003 Playoffs (1/11/19)

    Good job on these. I made a few updates though with number, hashmarks (including college), and wordmarks. The 49ers had an interesting black outline as a shadow, which I hadn't seen used before. Interesting that the Cowboys wordmark changed within the different years, and the NFC logo on the field. Probably due to a resurfacing after the hash marks moved in in 1972. Also made updates to the Cowboys fields for 1971, 1973-1978 1971 1973-1974 1975-1978
  12. Which template are you referring to? I'm not sure I'm familiar with it. Do you have a template in mind? Is it anything like what the Dolphins used in week 16 or what was used for some of the past Super Bowls, XXXVIII and XXXIX?
  13. At least in the past the duel helmet endzones, helped force more color into the endzones. One more set of endzones for now. Duel helmet style used between Super Bowl's VIII and XXIX: AFC 1. Chiefs 2. Patriots 3. Texans 4. Ravens 5. Chargers 6. Colts NFC 1. Saints 2. Rams 3. Bears 4. Cowboys 5. Seahawks 6. Eagles Certainly creates more color in the endzones, since the helmet and endzone colors where always made to be different in the past Super Bowls
  14. No problem. I'd also like to do endzone styles from between Super Bowl's VIII and XXIX with the dueling helmets AFC 1. Chiefs 2. Patriots 3. Texans 4. Ravens 5. Chargers 6. Colts NFC 1. Saints 2. Rams 3. Bears 4. Cowboys 5. Seahawks 6. Eagles
  15. With the 2018 Playoff teams now set, here's what I'd expect for endzones for each of the playoff teams if they were to reach the Super Bowl. Pretty boring, and overwhelmingly blue, as usual for the past few seasons. AFC 1. Chiefs 2. Patriots 3. Texans 4. Ravens 5. Chargers 6. Colts NFC 1. Saints 2. Rams 3. Bears 4. Cowboys 5. Seahawks 6. Eagles