fouhy12

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  1. Get ready for an all Anvil Black Color Rush with blue numbers outlined in white, with the double white stripes filled in with a single blue one.
  2. After the Falcons unveilved their uniforms yesterday, I was inspired to update my concept from a few years ago. I know it's similar to what the Jets have currently, but my original version of this dates back to 2016. Here's what I did: - The red is brighter. Maybe it's just me, but I've always found their red to be just a shade too dark. At least the version from Team Color Codes is very drab on my screen. - Helmet stays the same as the previous iteration. It looks good. No need to change it. - The home jersey stays red, but the piping and sleeve cap design go. They're replaced by a chest stripe inspired by the primary logo. The font stays the same, but the drop shadow is gone. - The white jersey is an inverted version of the home one, with red and white being swapped. The only change is the chest text gets changed from Falcons to Atlanta, and the color is changed from black to red. - The pants are white, with a simple black-red-black stripe. - The socks are taken from the 2009-2012 throwbacks, with black base, red bottom third, and thin white stripe above that. I've always loved that look.
  3. Look at the Saints, though. They seek input from the fans on twitter, which is where all the monochrome fans live. The fans they'll be consulting will like monochrome.
  4. https://twitter.com/Buccaneers/status/1247577602837151756?s=20
  5. I can't wait to see how the pewter jerseys look over white pants and and the white ones look over pewter. Really, I think any combination of jerseys and pants will look good for them with this set.
  6. It's the Super Bowl set with an all pewter alternate, which I actually like. Solid 8/10 here.
  7. Looks like Brownie the Elf got struck by lightning.
  8. Been a while since I posted something in here, but the talks about new uniforms for the Pats inspired me. I threw this together this afternoon, and I hope the team goes in this direction. I think this shifts away from some of the dated aspects of the current uniforms and back toward the classic elements seen in the pre-90's and color rush uniforms while keeping the core components of the one of the biggest brands in football.
  9. I'm going to go against the grain here, but I actually love the font the Chargers use. It works really well for them. That concept @alecgoff posted is perfect to me. From all the images in their teasers, I'm wondering if yellow pants are going to be in the mix here. I'm not a fan of the white/powder/yellow combination, but I think it could make a comeback.
  10. The new ram head is nice, but everything else is blah. Why gradients?
  11. I'm very curious about these changes to the Pats uniforms given that there has been no indication whatsoever from the organization of any changes coming. I really don't have the slightest clue what direction they'll go in with this.
  12. I like the general style, but I'm just not a fan of centered scorebugs. I'd much prefer it to be offset to one side or stretched across the entire bottom or top. I did like the graphics that came out of the sides with stats for each team, though. I also wasn't a fan of using the team fonts for graphics, just because the 49ers' one does not at all fit the style of the rest of that graphic. It just felt like someone made a mistake somewhere. I do like the touchdown graphic that covered the bottom third, I thought it looked really nice aside from the illustration and definitely made the game feel special.
  13. Don't know if it's unpopular or if it's been talked about here, but the discussion over in the NFL week-by-week thread had me thinking. Super Bowl XLV is one of my least favorite Super Bowls aesthetically. Between the sheer amount of yellow on the field, the terrible Super Bowl patch that looks like it was printed on copier paper and glued on the jersey, the ugly field turf, and the even uglier job that was done painting it, nothing about that game is enjoyable for me to look at. I don't like the lighting in that stadium at night. I'm not a fan of the old Reebok jerseys. The Packers' green always seems to blend into the field turf for me, leaving the game as a mass of disconnected yellow objects. I think it's one of the most overrated Super Bowls in terms of appearance.
  14. There's a lot that can be criticized about the standardized Super Bowl logos, but the one thing they've absolutely nailed is the jersey patch application. Since Super Bowl XLVII, the patches have looked awesome. They're just shiny enough to stand out on the jersey and really give it that big game feel.
  15. Not a huge fan of it, but I bet it'll look really good in animated TV packages.
  16. Maybe it's just me, but I have no problem with the font the Bengals use. The biggest problem with that set is the presence of side panels. The striping is weird, but I like having it on the sleeve cap.
  17. I've always felt this way. It used to be worse, too. Doesn't look like that in person, though.
  18. I'm going to be so upset if the Saints make the Super Bowl and wear that combination.
  19. It looks like they centered the "wins" part of the wordmark and then added the T on the side.
  20. Chiefs broke out new uniforms tonight, to the surprise of everyone. I'm never a fan of non-team color alternates. BFBS once again
  21. I actually don't hate this look for Buffalo. There's so yoga pants, and the uniform is symmetrical at the waist. As a once-a-year deal, I like this way more than the same look with blue socks. If they weren't a historic franchise, I'd say it's a good look for them.
  22. I've said it before and I'll say it again, the NFL messed up the branding this year. Everyone should have throwbacks, especially on Thanksgiving. 2009 was awesome for the old AFL teams with the throwback games for everyone. That as a league-wide initiative would have been nice tribute to the history of the league and would have increased merchandise sales. That's also a much better distinctive feature of this season than the NFL100 patch. It doesn't even feel like they're trying to celebrate the history of this league.