americanhero24

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  1. If the Bucs and Chiefs run out of the same tunnels as the previous two Super Bowls in Tampa, the NFC end zone was on the left and the AFC end zone on the right. And NFC, the Bucs, get the home sideline.
  2. Next year's Super Bowl is in Tampa. Based on where the locker rooms were for Super Bowls XXXV and XLIII, would think we see AFC on the right and NFC on the left next year. Thanks to@pitt6pack for these fields from those two games. Is there one for LV yet?
  3. Broncos in SB 48 & 50 makes sense since they had Navy Blue in SB's 32 & 33.
  4. The first Super Bowl without the conference logos was SB 50. It didn't look bad during 50 and 51 with longer team names (Broncos, Panthers, Falcons, Patriots), but it just doesn't look right with these teams who have 5-6 word names (Eagles, Rams, Chiefs, 49ers). This field would look much better with the names in the center of the end zones and the conference logos on the right.
  5. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/01/16/vikings-would-play-super-bowl-as-visitor-in-their-home-stadium/ The plan since the beginning has had the AFC practicing at the Vikings’ Winter Park facility, with the NFC team at the University of Minnesota with the exception of a scenario in which the Vikings were in the game. In that scenario, the Vikings would remain in their home facility with the AFC team practicing at the University of Minnesota. All 12 playoff teams were given the plan in their NFL Playoffs Guide before the start of the postseason. The NFC team always was designated to use the Vikings’ locker room and the Vikings’ sideline. The Vikings, though, will see some differences in their stadium, if they get there. The AFC team, as the designated home team, will get the benefit of selecting its jersey color and has first choice of media availability session times during the week. The NFC team, as the visitor, will call the coin toss.
  6. Read in an article that the AFC and NFC Sidelines would be the same as if it were an AFC-NFC Vikings game. The NFC would be the "road" team but still get the "home" sideline. Like last year. How the Falcons were on the top and Patriots on the bottom.
  7. End zones are opposite of Texans games and Super Bowl XXXVIII. Normally home team is at the bottom and road team is on top. Third straight SB on FOX that home team will be on top on TV.
  8. Sidelines are mixed up here.. StL was on top, NE was on bottom
  9. Agreed. It just doesn't look right without them, and the end zones just don't look right with the team names not centered in the middle of the end zones.
  10. Field looks good but weird without the conference logos. Maybe they didn't put them in because they don't have any red and blue paint since the shield is in black and gold this year.
  11. What is nice for this year at least, with Denver being in white, the game looks like the traditional road team on top, end zone on the right (looking at it from TV). And the dark colored team on bottom and left.
  12. These end zones just don't look right without the conference logos. Especially since all previous Super Bowls had the team woodmark centered in the middle of the end zones.
  13. Here we go, finally a time when both lost in the conference championship games to see how the field would look.
  14. pitt6pack Do you have any alternate fields put together with the Steelers and 49ers? Super Bowls 19, 29 and 32 they were a game away from meeting in the SB. And realistically could have met in 27 and 30 also.
  15. Another good looking picture from the painting the crews did on Tuesday.
  16. More pictures from inside Levi's Stadium here: http://www.levisstadium.com/countdown-to-sb50/
  17. Photos from the Levi's Stadium Facebook page. Let's hope they are still going to do the SB 50 logos this week when they do the Panthers End Zone.
  18. Boomer Esiason's Twitter, he's inside Levi's Stadium today.
  19. http://www.sacbee.com/sports/nfl/san-francisco-49ers/article56679433.html Sacramento Bee 49ers beat writer Matt Barrows talked to the league's field director. They're trying to paint this week since it's supposed to rain in the Bay Area soon.
  20. http://www.sacbee.com/sports/nfl/san-francisco-49ers/article56679433.html Sacramento Bee 49ers beat writer Matt Barrows talked to the league's field director. They're trying to paint this week since it's supposed to rain in the Bay Area soon.
  21. Looks like Broncos will have the sideline that is for the visitors when opponents play the 49ers.
  22. From Super Bowl's VII to XLV the home endzone always corresponded to the home sideline of the stadium. The problem occurred after Super Bowl XLV because the Cowboys home sideline is opposite of most stadiums, so the home endzone was moved to the opposite side. In Super Bowl XLVI they did the opposite of Super Bowl XLV and didn't base it on the sidelines, and they have been going opposite of the previous years endzones ever sense. SB XLVIII was like SB XLV with the home sideline being the top sideline when it's watched on TV, since that's the home sideline for the Giants and Jets. I noticed the teams have run out of tunnels that are the same as their end zone. In SB's XLVII, XLVIII and XLIX. In XLV & XLVI, both teams entered on the right side which was colored for the "home team." I'm still not used to it. I'm used to seeing the home end zone being on the left and the road end zone being on the right.
  23. I'm a Packers fan, so I just finished re-watching Super Bowl 32, as painful as it is to watch the 4th qtr of that game. But that field was really good aside from the numbers not being outlined. That was the beginning of the grass fields not being outlined anymore, which we've seen after the 2000 Ravens Giants game. It's too bad the numbers don't outlined anymore. Like this year, red outlining on the Patriots side would look cool and then dark blue on the Seahawks side. The old logos were so much better too. Here's the one thing I do like about the standard logo, the silver logo goes well on any team's uniform.