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  1. Oh. I thought it was because a closed mouth would've looked like it was sniffing the air.
  2. The Dallas Green patch (seen above) on the right sleeve of the home jersey
  3. Understood, but the Eagles, Jaguars, Patriots, Panthers and others had their sleeve logos, the latter two seen here: Now that I look at the TB/MIN pic again, I think the sleeve logos rotated to the front of the arms at certain angles and you can somewhat see the Viking head logo near the armpit.
  4. The original Blitz games were usually color-vs-color unless the teams had similar uniform colors (Eagles/Dolphins, Chiefs/Redskins, etc.).....which doesn't explain Arizona vs Baltimore at all
  5. Here's another angle of Arizona's facemasks. It's weird because they're light gray on the team selection screen but are dark gray or black during on-field action. Definitely darker than what Jake Plummer and crew actually used as seen below. Also for some reason, the Cardinals endzones are dark gray instead of red. For Baltimore, I don't remember any plans back in the late 90s or early 2000s for them to wear purple pants, and if the developer was trying to be creative, at least give them the correct purple! Speaking of black facemasks, I just noticed Tampa Bay doesn't have them on the field.....they have pewter instead, matching the helmet. Also notice the Bucs and Vikings are each missing their sleeve patches.
  6. Doesn't look like there's anything new here, but there's an article today about it. Still 4/13 for the unveiling and there will be a new alternate and Color Rush http://www.freep.com/story/sports/nfl/lions/2017/02/16/detroit-lions-news/97986308/
  7. (n/m.......moved to the separate Lions topic)
  8. Sounds like what the Flyers did 10 years ago.
  9. Another article on the Devils staying the same
  10. 2004 Patriots wore white 2005 Steelers wore white (because they won three road games to get to SB40 and wanted to stay in white) 2006 Colts wore white 2007 Giants wore white 2008 Steelers wore white 2009 Saints wore white 2011 Giants wore white 2012 Ravens wore white 2013 Seahawks wore white 2014 Patriots wore white 2015 Broncos wore white (because they never won a SB in orange....and because recent teams in white did so well )
  11. Sorry, didn't see this topic. I put the 8 possible matchups (depending on whether or not NFC is superstitious about the white uniform thing) in the the other topic
  12. If the NFC is superstitious:
  13. If the NFC team sticks with home colors and isn't worried about superstition:
  14. 1 = Cleveland 2 = San Francisco 3 = Chicago 4 = Jacksonville 5 = Tennessee (LA) 6 = N.Y. Jets 7 = San Diego 8 = Carolina 9 = Cincinnati 10 = Buffalo 11 = New Orleans 12 = Cleveland (PHI) 13 = Arizona 14/15 = Philadelphia (MIN) / Indianapolis coin flip 16 = Baltimore 17 = Washington 18 = Tennessee 19 = Tampa Bay 20 = Denver 21* = Detroit (if GB wins) OR Houston (if DET wins) 22* = Houston (if GB wins) OR Green Bay (if DET wins) 23* = Miami 24* = winner of Green Bay/Detroit 25* = Seattle 26* = Atlanta 27* = N.Y. Giants 28* = Pittsburgh 29* = Oakland 30* = Kansas City 31* = Dallas 32* = New England * - final spot depends on playoffs