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  1. 1 & 6 — although I don't mind the design they settled on. Hope it's a tad thicker, though.
  2. Patriots: Stick with Pat. Cowboys: I don't know, it may be too early to have two helmets. I like the blue jersey too but maybe just use it with the silver-blue helmet and pants.
  3. I'm a fan of silver and purple together, so I'm on board with the Knights.
  4. More recent stories may say this, but older Cowboys history tells the color uniforms story. About halfway down... https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Away_colours
  5. The real reason they wear white at home goes back to the early days. They wanted the crowd to see the other team's color jerseys, instead of blue vs white every week Weird, I know.
  6. I kind of like the idea of the Mad Dogs - as the Bulldogs or some such. Knights would be my backup.
  7. Maybe: * Blue pants (dark blue?) for the Breakers * Simplified sleeve stripes for the Invaders * Copper jersey highlights for the Wranglers
  8. I'm not sold on NASH, personally.
  9. That does look good, but like I said they only had white pants at the time. TB didn't get orange pants until 1992.
  10. Unfortunately, because Houston would have been home, they probably would have worn powder blue jerseys, forcing the Bucs into white (no orange pants at that time). So close.
  11. 81-88, Cowboys had numbers on the top of their pant stripes - longer than I remembered. Colts too, 82-86 (and silver pants) Lastly, the Packers, 85-87
  12. I don't the mountains will show at a distance
  13. I like the new Feds logo but never have been a fan of gradients. Maybe after a few years, it can update. First two folds of the flag can be green then the last fold can be black. Just an idea.
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