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  1. That detail is fine with me. The rest of the numerals (and the 5 for that matter) are an improvement over the over-serifed serpentine block numerals of the current era Bills.Insert image from URL
  2. Are the Bills getting new numbers on their jerseys? Their practice shirts now have the Jim Kelly-era Champion-style numerals, notable for the diagonal 2. I hope this isn't just a "training camp" thing. This style above is superior to the numbers they've used since the Bledsoe-era Bills disaster uniforms. If they stick with the number style above I wouldn't be surprised, but I would be a little bummed after seeing these practice shirts!
  3. Can anyone explain this pic? I WISH AND PRAY that the Sabres adopt these duds full time! These are the best Sabres unis I've ever seen. Please Mr. Pegula, make this a full time jersey!
  4. What if the Rams make the Super Bowl and have to wear the mismatched garbage unis and not the GORGEOUS throwbacks or Color Rush options? I hope they wouldn't wear the old gold and white and navy drab jerseys in the playoffs!
  5. Hmmm.... Blue graphic with Red streak from left to right? Looks like the Bills logo! Let's go Buffalo! I mean we can take pride in this if not our team this year, right? I always have claimed the Bills logo is the archetypical pro football mark. Born of the 70s, classic graphic, aggressive, motion, simple and bold.
  6. Titans Jags looked like an intrasquad scrimmage. Couldn’t tell who was who. Titans are an embarassment!
  7. Yeah the Titans sucked all the life out of that uniform COLUMBIA BLUE R.I.P. 1960-2017
  8. NY Giants helmet numbers. I think only the Steelers do this as well, but I'm not sure they still do!
  9. 1) Bears 2) Bills 3) Cowboys 4) Raiders 5) 49ers
  10. Also this is classic 90s too... the "dark and fade" in the form of Blue and Red becomes Teal and Brick... and Gold and Black! Also lots of vectors and beziers! CORELDRAW!!!
  11. The unis weren't so bad but this is a pretty bad 90s logo. This couldn't have been made without COREL Draw LOL!
  12. Those Detroit pants just aren't doing it for me. The blue socks don't help their cause either. Would like to see them wear silver pants with the white jersey, might be nice.
  13. I went to this football game at Wrigley some years back. Illinois rolled Northwestern and they only played in one direction because lawyers said so.
  14. Everything about this identity is god awful. The Brand New review is spot on. http://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/new_logo_for_vegas_golden_knights_by_adidas.php SO LAME and UNINSPIRED!!!
  15. FWIW today's Bills blue monochrome madness was pretty egregious. Booo! But go Bills!!!
  16. IMHO, the navy helmet or shoulder stripe isn't super bad, only a bit unnecessary. What the Bills should do is kill the navy outline on the numerals, and use the proper socks.
  17. There have been stories I think: Detroit (no more black) Pittsburgh (no more bumblebees) Jax (3 year rule about helmets) Atlanta (new stadium, tired threads) Cardinals (tired threads)
  18. these all pro kids have as much cultural diversity of a trump railly
  19. I know it's early, but can we speculate or confirm any changes to NFL team uniforms or logos for NEXT year? I'd love to see the Cards and Jags implement some changes. Heck, the Chargers could use some refinement too. I heard the Lions have something in store? Besides the Steelers mothballing the bumblebee alts, are there other changes on the way?
  20. How can anyone on TV or in the stands read those numbers? Would be "cool" if they had gold numbers + stripes. Would be "cool" if they never wore this garbage again!
  21. This is #1 by far IMHO. Just gorgeous primary colors w/ just enough quirks I love --- khaki pants, seafoam pants --- I hope these teams never ever change. This photo could be from the 70s or 80s yaknow?!? SO GLAD INFRARED posted this week!!
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