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  1. I can't find this logo of Rattlers. I've seen it before. Did a search for it and I can't find it. Weird. Can you help? The logo is used by North Canyon High School of Arizona.
  2. Red Sox Celtics Patriots silver Patriots red Bruins Sweet! Thanks!
  3. Awesome work! Can I request 5 wallpapers? 1280x800 size. Red Sox - on a navy blue background Celtics - on a green background Patriots (2) - on a silver background on a red background Bruins - on a black background Thanks!
  4. I really like this. Looks iconic and traditional. I don't know where the picture came from but the shades of blue are different from the facemask and the stripes/logo. Make all the blues Royal Blue and it's the perfect Bills helmet.
  5. Red and blue have similar grayscales, which causes no end of confusion for people trying to colorize old photos. That's the major issue I have with the idea. That's true, but would this be a concern in 2011 and beyond? The NY Rangers and Pistons have had no trouble wearing lots of royal and red together with white as the tertiary color. I think the Bills could make it work, especially seeing it on a real player instead of just a concept template. You can't really compare the Pistons/Rangers colors to Bills red/blue concept. Background of the playing field, either on ice or on a basketball court makes a big difference. Red/blue on a green football field just wouldn't work.
  6. Yes, LA lost 2 teams because of inadequate stadiums. For years, both the Rams and Radiers (in Oakland too) asked and asked for new stadiums. LA and state politicians refused to fund a new stadium with taxpayers' money. So they packed up and moved out. Today, a new stadium is ready to be built with 100% private fundings. All they need is a green light from a NFL team ready to move. It's highly unlikely the Bills will move there. But Toronto... maybe. Chargers and Jaguars have a 50/50 chance of moving to LA. Vikings will get a new stadium in Minnesota.
  7. We're NOT Jacksonville, we've always supported the BILLS during good and bad times. All thru the losing years like in the 2000's, late 90's, mid 80's, and early 70's that team has been supported. The Toronto deals brings in as much revenue in that 1 game as does the other 7 home games combined. Having that agreement helps keep the team in Orchard Park more comfortably. People forget that Green Bay gave 3 of their 8 home games to Milwaukee until they built the new baseball stadium there, and Milwaukee is 125 miles south of Green Bay that wasn't exactly a great football park, both teams sharing 1 sideline. If Wilson did left the team to his wife or daughters they would struggle to pay estate taxes -- 45 percent of the value of the franchise -- on the team valued at about $600 million. He does not wish to have a minority owner who can takeover upon his death similar to what Art Modell did in Baltimore. There's plans that are in hush-hush mode to keep the BILLS in WNY once Ralph is gone, and NY State cannot afford to not have their 3rd team leave the State of NY. The BILLS have as strong a fan bases as the top in the NFL. Any city they play in there's thousands upon thousands of BILLS fans at those road games and although the WNY population has dwindled over the years a good amount of the home base flies into Buffalo for each home games in addition to the fans already residing in the Buffalo/Rochester/ Southern Ontario area. Whoa. I never said there are no support for the Bills. I'm a Patriots fan. I want to the Bills to stay. What I'm trying to say is that Buffalo isn't exactly a cash cow. Owners like Ralph Wilson are a dying breed, loyalty to a region. Nowadays, it's all about the Almighty Dollar. You made my point, Toronto deals brings in as much revenue in that 1 game as does the other 7 home games combined. If a new owner is brought in for the Bills, it'll be very difficult for him to ignore Los Angeles or Toronto, which both cities are in the Top 5 media market.
  8. I'm glad they're changing and I'm not a Bills fan. Good riddance! But the timing is odd. Owner Ralph Wilson's one foot already in the grave and no one in his family will take over the ownership, is this the right time to do the uniform changes? Despite the rabid and loyal fanbase in Western New York, the Bills could be bought by an outsider, move the franchise, to either Toronto or Los Angeles. They would probably have to give up the Bills name and colors, a la Cleveland Browns/Baltimore Ravens route. The economic climate there barely can support the Bills. Why else they have a "home" game in Toronto?
  9. I'm trying to recreate the logo with the "Green Wave" font. What is it? (Ignore Dover). Thanks!
  10. Closest thing to a font I have is Impact. But it's not close enough. From Independence High School , 1989-1990... The Broncos below is the same font as the Patriots'.. (from pro tuff website) They don't have the Patriots which is odd, considering they have the Broncos'. I'm hoping to recreate the Patriots with the right font.
  11. Wow! I really like the helmet template. Where can I find it?
  12. Look at the MLB's leagues' logos. American have the eagle while the National don't. Guess how it's you interpret the meaning of the eagle in a logo.
  13. As much as I'd love to see the Bills change, I don't think the Bills will do anything until Ralph Wilson is six feet under. The Bills will probably move, possibly to Toronto. They may change the name and logos. So why change twice in a short time? It's cost-effective to wait for Wilson to pass away, I'm sorry to say.
  14. I stumbled upon the news of USFL coming back in Spring 2010. From what I gather, they plan to have 10-or 12 franchises to start off with. And they will try to place franchises in original cities and team names as much as possible and possibly new cities and team names. Right now, best source of information is the Wikipedia. The league have a website, But it's pretty much useless at this point. I'm a huge fan of the original USFL. I loved spring football. They made a huge mistake moving their football season to fall and challenged NFL in court. I think USFL would still be playing today if they didn't move it. It'd be interesting to see if the new USFL can pull it off. But realistically, how will they find players (I mean quality players with skills) with UFL and AAFL existing (if they ever get around to play). Not only that, will they survive the economic climate? Personally, I'm rooting for the new USFL because they play in the spring. Loves the original logos. I hope they keep the logos but modernize it. Hope they can pull it off.
  15. Hey, this is great. I'm a commish for a keeper league. 12 teams. Email me at This is great. I want to have a couple done. Can you shoot me an email? I have all the art and designs ready to go. Thanks.