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Everything posted by CitizenTino

  1. I like the idea of removing gray from the Patriots' palette and removing the piping, but I don't like the truncated stripes on the shoulders of the Colts or the Jets (a New England divisional rival, no less), and I don't like them here.
  2. Unpopular opinion alert: The otherwise awful Nike collar doesn't bother me as much on the Rams uniforms. It sorta fits with the way the ram horns curl around on the sides of the helmet.
  3. The Browns' new uniforms on Madden 16 for the Xbox 360/PS3 are bad: White jersey: https://i.ytimg.com/vi/98zQO_xBMRM/maxresdefault.jpg Brown jersey:
  4. I'd be fine with using red with the home uniform, but I'm not as much a fan of red accessories with the navy alt on the road. The color balance with the all-navy hat and navy jersey is out of whack. Red undershirts/socks paired with the red-billed cap works a lot better. Oddly, the Indians didn't start wearing the red accessories with the navy alts on the road until a week or two into this season. To begin the year, they went with navy. In fact, as far as I can remember, they never wore red accessories on the road with any jersey/hat, including the glory days of the '90s, when they wore the navy alt on the road all the time.
  5. I was surprised to see several of the alternate gray "CUBS" road jerseys in the crowd last night. Of all the team's jersey options, that's the absolute last one I'd purchase by a wide margin.
  6. Things like BP caps/jerseys im 100% in favour of them being wild, cash grabs, whatever because theyre only practice and Spring Training things. better that than the regular jerseysAgreed. Go nuts with the ancillary gear if it means maintaining the integrity of the game uniform.
  7. The wishbone collar with a traditional cut on the shoulders is a weird combination.
  8. I'm surprised those were even legal with the NCAA. Are they considered white or navy jerseys?
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