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Gr3g3

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  1. I think these will look really good on the players. Don't love the number font (don't hate it either) and the lack of TV numbers, but I really dig the simplicity. When you're working with tiger stripes, less is more. Hopefully the pants aren't ridiculous. 

  2. 12 hours ago, Sport said:

    I think all 3 of those patches are necessary.

     

    - The Chiefs is for Lamar Hunt. I like the homage and that it's a unique quirk. 

    - The Steelers need something there so when you're looking at the player from the left there's at least one logo present. Why not just put a logo on the blank side of the helmet? Sure, if I could time travel to Pittsburgh in the 1960's and slap stickers on the left side of their helmets to calm my OCD I would, but at this point you can't mess with the helmet. 

    - The Jaguars uniforms are so basic that need something so as not to be completely mistaken for practice unis. Why not put the full body jaguar on the sleeves? IDK. 

     

    Really am hoping for a Jaguars throwback for several reasons, but one reason would be seeing how the full body cat would fit on a modern cut of uniform. I am skeptical.

  3. 58 minutes ago, AFirestormToPurify said:

    You're just focusing on the small differences. The colors stayed the same. The helmet is the same. The tiger stripes are still featured on the pants and arm stripes. The number are still black or white and outlined in orange. On the black jerseys at least. I do agree that the white jerseys were hit the hardest. When I play Madden, I never dress the Bengals in their away jerseys 😂 The major design elements are the same, I wouldn't say it was such a radical departure. If you described the uniform to a blind person without going too much into the details like font and paneling, they would think nothing has changed lol

     

    With all due respect, what message board do you think you’re on? 🤣

  4. 55 minutes ago, Claystation360 said:

    So get 19K and say oh sorry guys were keeping black after we already said TEAL IS PRIMARY.🤣😂

     

    Right? 😅

     

    It’s happening regardless, the social media team just trying to get a little engagement.

  5. Teal Primary back in Jacksonville?

     

    The team has been unusually active today on Twitter, especially for February. Fans noticed that the first word of each of the last 7 tweets spell out the word "Primary"

     

    So now we wait.

  6. 10 hours ago, Ark said:

    Nashville Pioneers sounds really good.

     

    Titans is a generic name. 


    Listen, I hate the Titans with every fiber of my being. If I had 2 bullets and was in a room with Hitler, Bin Laden and the Titans, I would shoot the Titans twice. However, saying the Titans is a generic name is insane considering the actual generic sports names not only

    in the NFL, but all sports. Titans is far from generic. 

  7. The only thing Nike has done on par with this :censored: show is the 2013 Jaguars Two-Tone Helmet and the 2014 Buccaneers Font.

     

    The “Bone” uniform contends for the worst look in the NFL. Yes, that includes the Falcons FUBU jersey. Who thought “Bone” with white accent horns (is that what those are?) made any sense?

     

    The segmented horn is terrible. Turning the horns on the home uniform into strange segmented stripes is awful.

     

    The random patch looked bad enough without the zigzag stitching above it. The random pull tag on the back of the neck. 

     

    How the HELL are gradient numbers the least offensive thing about these?!

     

    Disaster.

  8. To me, the Falcons are a Black, Gray and Red team. That’s who they were when I grew up and I think what looks best. I was really hoping for a return to the Dirty Bird era with Gray pants. Not doing that bummed me out but I was willing to give them a chance with what they came up with. Oh boy. Here we go.

     

    Helmet: Upgrade. I actually think the satin finish and logo size work. 

     

    Jersey: The ATL is comically large. It’s laugh out loud bad. The number font isn’t good, but I’d describe it as passable. The gradient Jersey is everything that’s wrong with “modern Uniform design”. It’s garish and frankly embarrassing that a pro team would wear it. The same level of shame I felt watching my Jaguars wear that dumbass 2 tone helmet will be felt by Falcons fans when they wear this.

     

    Pants: Actually good! Simple enough stripe that pairs well with the logo.

     

    Socks: For the love of god, don’t match sock and pant color, but who am I kidding? Far from a “Falcons thing”

     

    Throwback: Beautiful. I’d prefer Gray pants, but they look like a professional football team in these.

  9. 4 hours ago, oldschoolvikings said:

     

    Honestly, between the leaked logo, and the various statements that have dribbled out, at this point I'm expecting that they've altered the helmet horn design.

     

    The one thing that should've been off limits, so of course they did. Terrible.

  10. Helmet:

     

    I'm very happy they went back to a green shell. Might look better with a white facemask, but black is hardly egregious since they incorporated it into their set. Helmet logo could be better, but it's fine.

     

    Jersey: 

     

    Never have been a fan of the large city name across the chest look. that's really the only drawback for me though. Nice simple, modern designs are always winners for me and the Green and White jerseys accomplish that.

     

    Pants:

     

    Really not a huge fan. Looks a bit goofy.

     

    Last year I wished the Jags set had a pants stripe, but after seeing over and over and over again how bad Nike is at pants stripes, I guess I'm fine with the plain 😂

     

    Worst Thing About The Set:

     

    The black jerseys are horrific. Burn them at the stake.

     

    Overall:

     

    Solid B-B+. Good update. Can't wait to see the real test once they get on the field and play with them. 

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