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  1. The Rams’ last game in royal and yellow was Super Bowl XXXIV And then raised the banner in this: The Rockets won back-to-back titles in these And then immediately switched to these Are there any others?
  3. Awful. Not Falcons-level bad but these are not good. Let’s start with the pros: I like the number font The new helmet is fine Cons: Why do they have wordmark patches? Why are they different on each uniform? Other teams with permanent patches have patches that don’t look incongruous with the rest of the jersey — here it looks like someone forgot to peel off a sticker. And for as bad as the ones on the blue jersey are, they don’t hold a candle to the atrociousness of the ones on the bone jersey. I mean look at this :censored:: Why is it white, and not bone? Why is there a stupid incomplete yellow stitch? Speaking of bone, it looks just as bad as everyone anticipated. Looks unwashed, way more than the Pats’ silver-grey alternates from the 00s did.0 I could understand not putting TV numbers on the Pats and Chargers unis, because they had other shoulder elements. Here it makes no sense — there’s literally a blank space! Is it just me or do the royal pants and jerseys not match?
  4. I actually really like the Steelers’ numbers. When they’re regular block the uniforms look merely good. When they’re in italicized futura they’re great.
  5. Besides the lack of silver pants, the number and NOB font changes seem to be people’s biggest issues with them. I’m pretty split myself. I guess I need to see all the numbers and the whole alphabet before I can really say one way or another. Sure, the old numbers and fonts were cheesy, but they were ours.
  6. Lmao Jesus. Is there anything the alt-right hasn’t ruined?
  7. Obvious answer here is the Paw Sox before they adopted their current identity. It’s literally just a Red Sox jersey! The Portland Sea Dogs also had pinstripes when they were the Marlins’ affiliate from 1994-2002
  8. St. Louis is clearly a Cards 1st, Blues 2nd city. An NFL team (or NBA team, but the NBA is never coming to STL) would always be behind those two teams. Always. An NFL team could succeed there, as long as it has sustained success. After the Greatest Show on Turf years ended, Rams attendance fell off in STL — because it was always the third team behind the Cards and the Blues.
  9. For most of the Celtics dynasty the league had nine teams. All but one year they were facing the Lakers or the Hawks in the finals, too — and a lot of those series went six or seven games! What the Patriots accomplished since 2001 is unfathomable in the modern era, where parity is designed into every facet of the league. It is astonishing that anyone could claim that the 60s Celtics were more impressive.
  10. How about this: young, handsome Tony Dungy in creamsicle Bucs gear, his first year as head coach.
  11. The Pat Patriot-era Pats sans UCLA stripes. There’s a reason why the throwbacks always had the UCLA stripes.
  12. I think these get a lot of hate, but I love them (not as much as the 1990-2008 and 2014- roads, ofc).