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  1. What if you used bass clefs? That might work better than the staff lines or the feathers there. (As a violist, I really want to try to work the alto clef in there but I don't think it'll work lol) I will say that on the Pens logo, the wing covers up the keystone and sort of turns it into a half-trapezoid. Not sure how to fix it, and it still carries the idea, just kind of bothered me a little. Other than that, these are all really awesome; keep it up.
  2. Man, this should be fun. Good luck to the Big Dozen.
  3. I like the idea of throwing back to those uniforms, but (at least the way you've done it here) it reminds me way too much of the 49ers. I really like the rest of the set though.
  4. Why not both? Three leagues seems like it would be kinda difficult in terms of a World Series, but with four, it would be much more manageable. I don't think there's any reason why you couldn't add both leagues, unless you're worried that it would become unmanageable or something. Just a thought.
  5. Just out of curiosity, what would an all-dark red uniform look like, or maybe a bright red jersey with dark red pants? Might be interesting looks.
  6. What do I win? These look great. I really like what you've got so far, and I'm looking forward to seeing where this is going. The one thing I have to say is I don't think the city of Anaheim would be very happy with you calling the Angels "Los Angeles".
  7. Seriously, though, this is pretty cool. I've always liked tiny island countries like Tonga, and you're off to a great start with this one. I will say that the sponsor logo looks kinda low on the chest, but overall, I like it.
  8. Third shade is the best, but the first would make a good alternate uniform IMO. Rest of the set looks real nice.
  9. Great to see the Bulldogs put another spike in their collar! That's a good-looking banner Keep up the good work hawkfan!
  10. Through the legs of Buckner... you're killing me, man! Thanks for sending the Dogs to the Finals anyway hopefully they get the job done this time!
  11. Found this documentary of the 1984 Seahawks. At 5:31, you can see Luke Prestridge punting from - and Paul Johns returning to - a blank end zone.
  12. Was bored; did some research: In the 10 seasons that the NFL playoffs included 10 teams and went a full 16 games (1978-1981, 1983-1986, 1988-1989), 39 teams finished within a half game of 9-7 (either 9-7, 9-6-1, or 8-7-1), and 18 of them made the playoffs. Fun anomaly: no team finished with any of those three records in 1985. I did not include the 1982 season, in which the season ended after 9 games due to a player strike and featured a 16-team playoff tournament. I also left out the 1987 season, which also featured a player strike, resulting in one week of games being cancelled and three weeks being played by replacement players, which seemed to dramatically increase parity, as 15 of the league's 28 teams finished between 6-9 and 9-6. It is important to note that the AFA has slightly different seeding rules than the NFL. However, only 3 9-7 teams would have bumped a better team out of the playoffs under AFA rules: the 9-7 New York Giants earned the 5 seed in the NFC in 1981; under AFA rules, the 10-6 Denver Broncos would have made the playoffs instead. In 1989 this happened twice, as the Houston Oilers and Pittsburgh Steelers claimed the AFC's two wildcard spots at 9-7 while the Washington Redskins and Green Bay Packers finished 10-6. Ultimately, this means that if the NFL played under AFA rules, 15/39 of these teams would have made the playoffs, compared to 1/12 in 3 seasons in the AFA. Sorry for nerding out, but I like weird statistics like this.
  13. but the Angels play in Anaheim
  14. I really like the double purple; I don't like the double gold. I think that, along with all the small, intricate details on the base of the crown, makes the logo look really busy. I think if you simplified that a bit, you'd have a really good set. The uniform design is really solid.