jus2damcrazey219

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  1. These aren't bad but I'm nolt feelin the sky blue pants and I think the tops should (how they are in real life)be kept the same for the most part. The bolts should placed on white or navy or sky blue as currently is:
  2. These are great. My only concern is the lack of green in the fonts. You should try an inner green (blue for the green unis) lining with jersey font. Plus you ever think about putting that circle logo at the bottom of the typeface rather than at top? It might look better in my opinion.
  3. Jets in Black-Nah doesn't work. Cardinals look great but someone said earlier, it doesn't fit them (better suited for USC). Please don't turn my beloved chiefs to the Kansas city Condiments and man...the Bengals....I'm blinded by all that orange.
  4. Logo- Perfect. It's really a blue jay. Not a black jay or graphite jay. Simply blue plus the gray maple leaf is ok/cool. Jerseys- Eeemm...Nah. Too simple. That hat is dated and there should be more blue.
  5. Too much teams with too similar color combos.
  6. That uniform is beautiful. Keep their current helmet and they are golden with that setup. WOW! Those are....really..really great (I'm at a lost for words).
  7. This is so obvious, we shouldn't even have to say it, but let me state for the record that I completely agree with this brilliant statement. Thirded. If the team can have three jerseys and three pair of pants, two sets of socks shouldn't be an issue. In fact, so long as Tennessee aspires to be the Oregon of the NFL, I say add in a third sock - solid white with a navy-columbia-navy stripe. This would go a long way toward solving a lot of the balance issues present in the uniform. Bud Adams' recently-departed Nashville Kats, to be precise. Oooooooohhh....... YIKES!!!!!!!!!
  8. I think these are perfect. The striping is simple yet modern which meshes well together. Colors are great better than mustard. No critiques. Great Job.
  9. Can May I please have I get one with: 1. Mets: orange NY, blue background 2. Chiefs: Red Background 3. TrailBlazers: Black or Red background (doesn't matter) w/ pin wheel or ball flame 2ndary 4. Florida Gators: Orange background, blue gators font Thanx. And this concept is great. Keep up the good work.
  10. Yeah and why I can't get one (name change)? (Is it only for privileged posters/members?)
  11. I think these are great (as someone said no more BLACK). The blue jerseys do look better than the green ones but to many teams have Navy blue primaries (as been echoed many times). I think you should darken the green (maybe like Celtics green or A's green), keep the white letters but switch silver for blue (in terms of prominence) and add thinner inner or outer piping to all the unis. Plus as someone else said, you should circle the short piping instead of the sharp piping and make the piping really close or closer to the short logo.
  12. KEVIN GARNETT!!!??? This guy looks like Garnett spliced w/ Dwight Howard.
  13. The VW is alright but i feel something white and red would've been better (like Verizon who already has ties with an DC team i.e. the Verizon Center)
  14. Maybe they could use VT's colors. No one uses burgundy/maroon. As for a name,
  15. Man. I like these (well for the most part). Bills- I didn't think the double blue could work but you made it work. Maybe make the bills have a red primary (so many blue primary teams). Dolphins- Simple yet effective. However, make the orange number lining thicker from homes/aways. Plus the darker green looks to much like black and I'm not feelin' it. Maybe blue but a lighter-mid blue (indigo) something like that. Pats- As a much as I'm a fan a red Patriots, as previous poster said, the Patriots were navy. The redcoats were red. Plus all the alternative colored pants are overboard. Jets- As simple as it is, I like the unis. But the helmets look really bare. Maybe add stripes in the middle of the helmet or make the Jets bigger and a wrap around like the seahawks helmets.
  16. Grey facemasks are only right for a few...just a few...teams. If everyone starts wearing them...not only would that be annoying but boring also.
  17. These are pics of Brandon Albert and Glenn Dorsey:
  18. Garnett- Nah. Come on. A team with three all...no.....SUPERSTARS. Garnett is good and valuable to an extent but I'm sure the C's would've probably been a playoff team w/o him. Kobe- Maybe. Overall, he's the best player. Hands Down. But with that like someone earlier said, the award is called M.V.P. not M.B.P., M.O.P., OPP, ABC, whatever. It's the most valuable player. The guy who has impacted his team in ways people didn't think they could. So with that my vote goes to.... CP3- Seriously, when I thought about the season before it began, I pictured New Orleans as team anywhere from 7th to 9th seed in the West. But what they have done this season is remarkable. And most..if not all (in basketball terms) of that credit goes to Chris Paul. The guy's a great player and ambassador for the league. If he wasn't there, the Hornets would've been retracted from the NBA. The only reason Byron Scott is in contention for coach of the year is probably because of Chris Paul. P.S.- With that last comment, as much as I despise this team, the COY should go to Mo Cheeks. Look at Philly's roster. Practically a bunch of role players w/ AI2, and Miller, who play really hard and defied huge odds against them. Someone has to get the credit.
  19. Sure will screw things up..... Oklahoma City should switch divisions with Golden St. Putting the Warriors in the Northwest, and the Sonics in the Pacific Oklahoma City in the Pacific? Yeah, because that makes more sense. Here's what I think: Pacific: Golden State, LA Clippers, LA Lakers, Portland, Sacramento Midwest: Denver, Minnesota, Oklahoma City, Phoenix, Utah Southwest: Dallas, Houston, Memphis, New Orleans, San Antonio Portland moves into the Pacific, making it a true Pacific Division. And although it's still rather stretched out (geographically), the Midwest with these 5 teams still makes more sense than the current Northwest Division. The Southwest wouldn't need to change. Heres a better idea Atlantic Boston, New Jersey, New York, Philadelphia, Washington Southeast Atlanta, Charlotte, Miami, Memphis, Orlando Central Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Indiana, Toronto Northwest Denver, Milwaukee, Minnesota, Portland, Utah Southwest Dallas, Houston, New Orleans, Oklahoma City Pacific Golden State, LA Clippers, LA Lakers, Portland, Sacramento Oklahoma and Texas are a natural rivalry so is NO and Texas Milwaukee and Minnesota are a natural rivalry Atlantic is the NE Corridor Toronto is close to Detroit Someone has to come east to replace Milwaukee The NBA has two teams from PORTLAND!? I didn't know that! You forgot Phoenix and San Antonio. Just keep things like McCall said.
  20. My .02 Added: Any team in any sport that uses the ball used in it's sport w/o reference to the team name should be on this list with that said; NBA: Clippers (Don't have say anything. It's all been mentioned). Lakers aren't far behind. NFL: Browns (Again a helmet is not a logo). NHL: Buffalo (They need to look at the Bills for guidance. Demonic Slugs are ) MLB: Very hard to say but any team that SOLELY uses a baseball, diamond, or base. (Teams like the Mets (New York skyline), Yankees (Uncle Sam Hat), Red Sox (Red Socks) are fine. But teams like the Padres (Water=Padres, Rangers, Twins, Giants and Devil Rays fit the script).Additionally, the Orioles could do better. The Pirates get to give it up w/ the Red. In regards to the comments of others: I like the Warriors identity (well maybe not the primary, but the secondary is good). Yellow, Golden Gate Orange and Navy is a unique color set. At least it isn't Red and Blue or Double Blue. Tigers issue isn't......well.....really an issue. We've seen two logos they have t, their situation is the like Boston and New York's. Detroit (Pistons) should've kept the flaming horse. And that's my .02 (more like $1).
  21. My .02 Added: NBA: Clippers (Don't have say anything. It's all been mentioned). Lakers aren't far behind. NFL: Browns (Again a helmet is not a logo). NHL: Buffalo (They need to look at the Bills for guidance. Demonic Slugs are ) MLB: Very hard to say but any team that SOLELYuses a baseball, diamond, or base. (Teams like the Mets (New York skyline), Yankees (Uncle Sam Hat), Red Sox (Red Socks) are fine. But teams like the Padres (Water=Padres, Rangers, Twins, Giants and Devil Rays fit the script).Additionally, the Orioles could do better. The Pirates get to give it up w/ the Red. In regards to the comments of others: I like the Warriors identity (well maybe not the primary, but the secondary is good). Yellow, Golden Gate Orange and Navy is a unique color set. At least it isn't Red and Blue or Double Blue. Tigers issue isn't......well.....really an issue. We've seen two logos they have t, their situation is the like Boston and New York's. Detroit (Pistons) should've kept the flaming horse. And that's my .02 (more like $1).
  22. UCONN- excellent. Michigan- Nearly Perfect (why the side stripes on the shorts bigger than those on the tops). Maryland- A small smidge away from pefection (well in my eyes). Why you put an inner line on bpth the homes and aways (yellow for the homes and white for the aways).