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  1. Links to each post: I II II-alt III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XV XVI XVII XVIII XIX XX XXI XXII XXIII XXIV XXV XXVI XXVII XXVIII XXIX XXX XXXI XXXII XXXIII XXXIV XXXV XXXVI XXXVII XXXVIII XXXIX XL XLI XLII XLIII XLIV XLV XLVI XLVII XLVIII XLIX 50 LI In a world where the Cleveland Browns not only make the playoffs, but make it to the Super Bowl five times ... Now that the Super Bowl Field Database thread has run its course until January, I will be doing alternate Super Bowl fields using the teams that lost the conference (or league) championships, or even some teams that lost in the playoffs earlier than the conference title if requested. Since these games never happened, I can take more input on what people would like to see in a teams endzone, especially for teams that hadn't made a Super Bowl during a particular era. In the Super Bowl database thread I mentioned I would go in reverse order for these fields, but now I'm thinking it makes more sense to go chronologically. So here is Super Bowl I, the Dallas Cowboys vs Buffalo Bills. And as I said before, endzone designs (mostly color schemes) are not set in stone here, so suggestions are welcome.
  2. Links to each post: Actual Super Bowl Fields I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XV XVI XVII XVIII XIX XX XXI XXII XXIII XXIV XXV XXVI XXVII XXVIII XXIX XXX XXXI XXXII XXXIII XXXIV XXXV XXXVI XXXVII XXXVIII XXXIX XL XLI XLII XLIII XLIV XLV XLVI XLVII XLVIII XLIX 50 LI Predictions For Future Fields XLIX 50 XLIX - Pre Conf. Championship Week 50 - Pre Conf. Championship Week LI - Pre Conf. Championship LI - Pre Super Bowl What I Would Like To See For Future Fields XLIX-1 XLIX-2 50 50-Throwback L-1 L-2 Fields can also be found at The Gridiron Fields Database - a part of The Gridiron Uniforms Database In 2012 I wanted to recreate all of the fields from each Super Bowl to use for a football simulation program I've been writing for C#. Recently I have gone back and tried to refine each field to be as exact as possible, and its still a work in progress. I got the idea to start posting them after seeing kodrinsky's NBA court database and I thought it would be a good way to get some feedback and some help pointing out any inaccuracies in what I have so far. So, as I've said before, I want to be as exact as possible, so if anyone sees something inaccurate please let me know by either posting a picture or a link to a video that can help me out. It could be something as small as color, number font, or even the width of the lines on the field. Anything will help. I guess I'll start with Super Bowl I Super Bowl I: January 15, 1967. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California Kansas City Chiefs - 10 Green Bay Packers - 35 < First Post Super Bowl II > I do have higher resolution (9144x4344 pixels) images of the fields that are to a scale of 1px=.5in, and templates if anyone ever wants them.
  3. Here are the logos I found on one of my NFL DVDs called "Greatest Moments In Super Bowl History" of Super Bowl I and II. I personally think they are rare but that's my opinion. Here they are for everyone to enjoy, sorry for the quality I had to take it off my TV from my cell phone.
  4. Well another Super Bowl is just about behind us, which means it's time to start looking ahead to next year's big game in Minneapolis. Unfortunately the NFL is continuing with their standardized design of the Super Bowl logo, so here is my concept for Super Bowl LII. I had originally posted this in the Super Bowl Shuffle Competition on these boards last year, but I have since modified some aspects of it. I altered the roman numeral style slightly, and gave the roman numerals more definition; I also altered the river flowing into lake concept at the bottom of the logo. Let me know what you guys think, and I always appreciate the feedback!
  5. So now that Super Bowl LII's logo has been revealed, we essentially have confirmation that the NFL has switched to a new version of standardized Super Bowl logos. From logos like these, to logos like these. For the too lazy to look through links... vs. So, which style do you prefer? The pre Super Bowl 50 that includes the stadium in the background? Or post Super Bowl 50 that alternates its secondary color with each year?
  6. Thread to discuss the upcoming Super Bowl LI between the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots.
  7. I love 'Color vs. Color' games. And, looking back at Super Bowl history there are a number of match ups that could have gone with such a match up. I wish the NFL allowed this to happen more often, because there are some GORGEOUS match ups. 1966: Green Bay vs. Kansas City 1969: Minnesota Vikings vs. Kansas City Chiefs 1972: Miami Dolphins vs. Washington Redskins 1977: Dallas Cowboys vs. Denver Broncos 1980: Philadelphia Eagles vs. Oakland Raiders 1981 & 1988: Cincinnati Bengals vs. San Francisco 49ers 1982: Miami Dolphins vs. Washington Redskins 1983: Los Angeles Raiders vs. Washington Redskins 1984: San Francisco 49ers vs. Miami Dolphins 1985: Chicago Bears vs. New England Patriots 1986: New York Giants vs. Denver Broncos
  8. Another great Super Bowl host city, IMO, would be Nashville, TN. Super Bowl 55 should go to Nashville.
  9. IMO, St. Louis should receive a Super Bowl or two in the very near future. The Super Bowl would be an outstanding opportunity for St. Louis to receive the necessary cash to form a brand new NFL team.
  10. I am open to Atlanta hosting a Super Bowl again. This is my logo and program cover concepts for that game.
  11. I present to you people my logo and program cover design concepts for Super Bowl 54. IMO, Super Bowl would be great in Seattle.
  12. IMO, I think that Washington DC should be the host of Super Bowl 53. Here is my logo and program cover concepts for the game.
  13. This is my very own logo and program cover I created for Super Bowl 52, which IMO, should be in Chicago. Chicago would be a great Super Bowl host city, and the Super Bowl 52 coin toss ceremony should only have Dick Butkus and Gale Sayers.
  14. With the match-up set for Super Bowl 50, I figured this would be a good place to keep all of the discussion about the game's aesthetics. Anything from uniforms to ticket design to field graphics. I am hoping the NFL doesn't go too crazy with the gold and make each team's end zones Golden... The presumed uniform matchup:
  15. I don't know why, but I was thinking about the film "The Sum of All Fears" today. Not really for the story, but for a scene in the film. If you recall, the villains of the film plant a nuclear bomb at the film's version of a Super Bowl (held in Baltimore of all places). The result is a stadium (and city) of dead fans and players. Now the morbid side of me could't help but think how such an event would play out in real life. We know that the Super Bowl has very tight security, but things slip thought. Like that idiot after Super Bowl XLVIII. So I want to construct a scenario based on the film and apply it to next year's Super Bowl to ask the following questions. To be sure, this is speculative fiction and not meant to be taken any other way. I'm really curious on how the NFL could possibly handle a "doomsday scenario". Here is the scenario as follows: Super Bowl LI is being held in Houston (home of the Texans) next year. For the sake of argument, let's say that the Patriots and the Cowboys make it to the big game. Again, just for the sake of argument. Further, terrorists detonate a nuclear device and... that's all she wrote. I'm curious as to the fall out (no pun intended) that the NFL would have to go though and what would happen. Consider that if such a situation would happen you would have the elimination of two football teams, an NFL stadium, and NFL training facility (as the Texans' facility is right across the street), the possibly elimination of the Texans themselves, leading NFL personal such as the commissioner, owners, and everyone else who shows up. Also, not just the players but the personal that help run the franchise from the GM to the video guy and ball boys, and countless others that help the NFL operate. Given all that I mentioned, what does the NFL do after that? Would the NFL continue after that? If so, what would happen to the franchises of the Patriots, Cowboys, and Texans? You have three franchises, two of which are ingrained in football lore and history, do you shut down operations all together or do you star over? Would it be "fair" that Dallas loses a franchise because of this situation, or would that be exactly what happens? What about the leadership of the NFL, like the commissioner, owners, and other personal. Who takes over when everyone in the front office is gone and everyone in the Patriots organization is gone? While a scenario like this would be on par as that of 9/11 and would be a tragedy for the country, you do have to wonder what about the NFL itself and what would happen. I don't think that the film nor the book addressed what the fictional football league did to recover form something like this, but what would the NFL do in a situation like this you think? Again, this is meant a speculative fiction so let's limit responses to answering the question and please be tasteful.
  16. As the old saying goes, it's better late than never. I'd thought about a Thanksgiving set...didn't happen. Bowls...yeah, obviously that didn't happen either. CFP? Get your nonexistent Dr. Peppers outta HEAH! In any event, it was either release something, anything now, or be awkward next week So without further ado... For the next two releases, C2P is an offense-free zone, as after this, I intend to release a Legends version. That's for the near future though, the present is now, and as is suggested, the four players in the marquee will be taking part in a little shindig in San Francisco Santa Clara on Sunday. Kicking things off today, the leader of Carolina's defense, the Beast of Boston (if nobody calls him that, somebody should), Luke Kuechly On the BC side, the Matt Ryan-era eagle head makes an appearance on the helmets and pants (to break the monotony, I put the BC on the sleeves instead). On the Panthers side, a silver helmet would've either looked too Raider-like had I used a black jersey, and would have looked too much like the Lions with the blue jersey, so I went with black instead. DeMarcus Ware Considered something else for the sleeve logo, though the only other logo that'd fit the bill is that awkward looking full horse. Troy's helmet was initially gonna be crimson, but I figured black would be a better choice, especially as I decided to make the Broncos helmet orange. Von Miller and Josh Norman coming tomorrow...
  17. Nothing serious. Just goofing off.
  18. Here are all of my Super Bowl logo concepts, all condensed into one forum thread. If anyone knows how to delete previous forum threads on here, please let me know and I will do so. I also have designed program cover concepts for some of my logos.
  19. The Super Bowl never has good logos anymore. That's why it's fun to create my own. The bottom one would preferably be used here. And of course, what it would look like on the teams: I also switched the Nike logo to gold on both teams, as a little touch since the NFL is going gold-out this year.
  20. Bizarrely, I haven't been able to find such a thread in the archives, at least not in the past few years. Anyway, I think this could be a fun topic to discuss. Which Super Bowls just looked great? Which ones were a disaster (*cough cough, last year's*)? Also, teams wearing white in the Super Bowl are, thus far, 31-18 if I recall correctly, with at least the four biggest margins of victory (49ers over Broncos by 45 points, Bears over Patriots by 36 points, Cowboys over Bills by 35 points, Seahawks over Broncos by 35 points). It's a small sample size, but that's still a bigger difference than you'd expect. Do you think it's just a coincidence, or does wearing white somehow convey a psychological advantage?
  21. This is an unused Super Bowl 49 Logo that I found, Super Bowl 45 unused logo, Super Bowl 38, Super Bowl 36,
  22. Here are some Super Bowl logo concepts of mine that sadly will never see the light of day.
  23. Super Bowl LII is presumed to be in Minnesota. Any Logo ideas for it?
  24. Here is my own logo that I designed for Super Bowl 51. IMO, I wanted Super Bowl 51 to be in New England. New England would make for an outstanding Super Bowl host place.
  25. Houston to host Super Bowl LI, any logo concepts?