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NFL Fields - 1994-2000 Steelers (1/9/18)

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23 minutes ago, pitt6pack said:

1993 Divisional Playoffs - January 16, 1994

Kansas City Chiefs - 28        vs        Houston Oilers - 20

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That was the "Love Ya Blue!" era. A very exciting team for a very exciting NFL era!

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2017 Cincinnati Bengals

Inclusion of the 50th season logo. Also changes to the color pattern in the green part of the turf, with light and dark alternating every 5 yards instead of 10.

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2017 Los Angeles Chargers (Predicted First Field)

This is about the same field as the one used for the Chargers first preseason game. The only change I made was filling in the boarder for the sidelines. I'd expect this to be the field they use until the MLS season ends.

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15 hours ago, pitt6pack said:

2017 Cincinnati Bengals

Inclusion of the 50th season logo. Also changes to the color pattern in the green part of the turf, with light and dark alternating every 5 yards instead of 10.

CIN_2017%5E1.png

 

2017 Los Angeles Chargers (Predicted First Field)

This is about the same field as the one used for the Chargers first preseason game. The only change I made was filling in the boarder for the sidelines. I'd expect this to be the field they use until the MLS season ends.

LAC_2017%5E1.png

 Yep, I was working on The Stub Hub Center as well. Mine was going to be with out the soccer markings. But looking at The schedule of the first few games, I can imagine they would still be visible during the season.

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1987 Divisional Playoffs

Minnesota Vikings - 36        @         San Francisco 49ers - 24

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1972 Week 11 - Vikings @ Steelers

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2017 Cleveland Browns

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Complete changes for the Browns this year. One of a few teams to make field changes.

 

This is my list of all field changes for home teams week 1:

Bengals - Added anniversary logo

Browns - New endzone design and script, no midfield logo, changes in grass pattern

Cowboys - No 'X' at the 35's to mark kickoffs

Broncos - Grass shading patter opposite of last year, NFL logos at 25's switched between which was top, and which was bottom

Lions - New wordmark in endzone, new logo at midfield

Texans - Smaller midfield logo, number font matches numbers on uniforms, endzones not blue but just the wordmark

Rams - Changes in the grass pattern

49ers - No anniversary logo

Titans - Opposite grass shade pattern from last year

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2017 International series week 3

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A change for this years first international game. The wordmarks just outlines, and an NFL logo at midfield instead of the home teams logo.

 

2017 Philadelphia Eagles

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A change for the Eagles as well. Starting the year off with fully painted endzones, a partial wordmark in the endzone, and no number or yard marker outlines in the field.

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It took the NFL this long to get the field right for the International Series.

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I've finally caught myself up on all the International series fields, starting 2007. There are however the Toronto fields for the Bills, and the 2005 game in Mexico for the Cardinals that I have not gotten to, which were not official international series games.

 

The rest of the international series fields can be found here: http://fields.gridiron-uniforms.com/controller/controller.php?action=international-series

 

International Series 2007

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International Series 2008

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One thing I have noticed, and for a few years now, the end line border for the Raiders field appears to be less than the required six feet. I'll see if I can dig up a photo. 

 

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On 11/17/2017 at 10:17 PM, Lobo70 said:

Mexico City Estadio Azteca

 

 

 

 

Just realized I never posted this field here:

 

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Here is what I am talking about. The border reaches the goal post on every other field except in Oakland. 
 

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13 minutes ago, jc... said:

Here is what I am talking about. The border reaches the goal post on every other field except in Oakland. 

 

Nice catch. It seems to be about 18 inches shorter, maybe 2 feet at most.

 

Not sure when I'll b able to make the update, but it'll be on my list.

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I wonder why the Eagles changed their end zone this season.  As an Iggle fan, I like it, it's nice to see the green end zone, as they usually only painted them black in the past.

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10 minutes ago, RayFinkle said:

I wonder why the Eagles changed their end zone this season.  As an Iggle fan, I like it, it's nice to see the green end zone, as they usually only painted them black in the past.

 

I do like the change to the wordmark, to fill more of the endzone.

Here's Buffalo today:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And here's Houston today:

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17 minutes ago, pitt6pack said:

 

I do like the change to the wordmark, to fill more of the endzone.

Here's Buffalo today:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clever.

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