Derek94

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  1. I feel I could peel off those numbers and layer the bottom of my shoe for sole support.
  2. They've been out a week, and I'm yearning for the previous set. The Mike Vick era black pants version particularly. The Falcons fans online seem to love the new ones in large part. That's what counts most I'd say for the organization POV. I
  3. More on the team wordmark on the chest - the Browns are now the 10th team to not have a name written on the front of the jersey. Oakland, Indianapolis, Detroit, Green Bay, Chicago, New Orleans, Carolina, Pittsburgh, and Jacksonville are the others. Note - The Steelers (since 1997) and Jags do have their team logo on the right front shoulder.
  4. Kudos for not adding the small team wordmark beneath the shield. That white space looks so clean.
  5. Hey to us Gen Xers decades ago is still the 60s and 70s
  6. Just an aside but even though all three of these photos are between 1991 and 1993, they look like they're from decades ago compared to today's finely tailored and slim fitting uniforms/padding. I started watching that era in real time in my teens. Just don't remember ever thinking how for-lack-of-better-term clumsy teams looked then.
  7. This white version is exquisite. I'd say the majority of the plethora of Thomas Brady jerseys that will soon flood the country will be bought in this color. My only irritation is the team wordmark. Curse the mid-90s Dallas Cowboys for making this a thing
  8. The theme of reverting back to older styles continues. - Buffalo, Miami, Minnesota, San Francisco and now Tampa all ditched wavy, new-age designs for their earlier sets. Bucs are off the worst dressed list currently occupied by Tennessee, Jacksonville, Jets, Arizona and Cleveland
  9. It'll make the Miami-FSU games look just like the good old 80s/90s era
  10. Old school is new school. These look like what Duke last wore in 2004 before they added black outlines.
  11. Packers all white last night were a solid set.
  12. Remember years back we feared how used to ads we'd become. Count me as having succumbed to that and even for a set like San Antonio hate to admit prefer the logo + ad patch look vs the blank shoulders in 2017. The elements add more variety, though could be a symptom of how basic the Spurs sets have always been.
  13. They literally just brought back the pre 1995 jerseys? Like 50 million Americans not old enough to remember that year. Should've brought those back a decade ago imo
  14. Meh. Since Nike took over the excitement of new uniforms isn't the same. Seems like every team regularly wears 4 versions throughout the season, with some completely abandoning the default team colors.
  15. Makes it more puzzling is there is not even any novelty to it since you've had a team wear that black/grey/silver combo for 40 years in San Antonio.