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Players on the "RIGHT" Team, but "WRONG" Uniform

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Robert Porcher, the Detroit Lions' all-time sack leader, played his last NFL season in 2003, the first year the team introduced black trim

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Mike Schmidt's last season, 1989, was the first year since 1972 that the Phillies had a gray road uniform.

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The Detroit Lions longtime center Dominic Raiola spent his first two campaigns wearing the black-less Lions getup. He's more associated with the black-trimmed Lions.

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Eric Martin played his first Saints season in the 1975-1985 Saints era uni set.

 

He's more associated with the Dome Patrol-era jerseys with the state of Louisiana on the side. 

 

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Bruce Smith and Jim Kelly: Right Team, Right Uniform, Wrong Helmet (The Bills had blue facemasks for a few years in the mid-80s until they switched to the iconic and recgonizable white facemask helmets of their glory years)

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On 12/5/2018 at 12:54 AM, Kaz said:

Why did every lego basketball player have to look like Shelden Williams?😂

 

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A better question is why does Shelden Williams look like Ken Griffrey Jr. suffering from gigantism?

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On 12/5/2018 at 12:05 AM, SabresRule7361 said:

Gary Payton

 

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I think he just saw his Lego self here...either that, or he's upset the uniforms have lost their red trim.

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On 12/4/2018 at 10:47 PM, SFGiants58 said:

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Ah yes, the "I'd rather be anywhere else" face, a classic

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Ray Lewis in the "Shield Logo" Ravens set.

 

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Ken Anderson in the one year this set was used.

 

 

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On 1/11/2019 at 9:57 AM, Davidellias said:

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Ray Lewis in the "Shield Logo" Ravens set.

 

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Ken Anderson in the one year this set was used.

 

 

How different was that Bengals set from the one preceding it? Because it looks pretty similar. This could just be because it isn't as drastic a difference as the 1981 set made.

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10 hours ago, MCM0313 said:

How different was that Bengals set from the one preceding it? Because it looks pretty similar.

 

I think the biggest difference is that the 1980 set had TV numbers and the set that preceded them didn't.  Also black facemasks.  The older set had grey facemasks.

 

http://nflfootballjournal.blogspot.com/2016/10/cincinnati-bengals-last-team-to-add-tv.html

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18 minutes ago, Echo said:

 

I think the biggest difference is that the 1980 set had TV numbers and the set that preceded them didn't.  Also black facemasks.  The older set had grey facemasks.

 

http://nflfootballjournal.blogspot.com/2016/10/cincinnati-bengals-last-team-to-add-tv.html

Okay, that's fair. It's interesting that in that picture they're playing against the team they would beat for the AFC championship the next season.

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