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  1. Man that Jets helmet would look slick af if it had a double white stripe or shard stripe to fill that awkward negative space
  2. I personally don't think the Browns' Color Rush is as great as people seem to think in relation to their standard brown set, but if it's an excuse for them to stop throwing in random white at home games throughout the season, then I'm all for it.
  3. Chargers in powder blue full time. Hmmm. I mean it's one less navy team, but I've always felt their navy jerseys looked sharp and clashed well with the teams in their division (and a lot of teams on their schedule this season). I thought they were in love with the mono navy since moving to LA. Will that still be making an appearance every now and then? And what does this mean for the road look? Is that going to be addressed? I hate them in all white, but now it looks like that will be permanent, unless they bring in some powder blue pants. I was fine with this being a special occasion type thing and am not sure it's gonna work out as the standard. I'm one of few who is a bit disappointed and was very fond of their navy and white on navy sets. At least maybe they'll limit white at home since this is a light color.
  4. I don't see a white helmet for Houston being considered a minor tweak. And besides, think the last thing we need is another white helmet team that can wear all white (Buffalo, Miami, Indy, Chargers, Arizona). Also, regarding the Bears wearing 4 jerseys this coming season...they already wore 4 last season: home, away, orange, throwback
  5. White on green looks a lot better with the high white socks. The Jets were one of the most successful mix and match teams in the league and now that is seemingly dead. What a shame For the second season in a row, we have a white helmet team change the helmet color to that of their jersey so that they can go monochrome. At least a white helmet provides some contrast. I always thought this was one of the best same color jersey/pant combos in the league with a solid color balance: But now he have basically another Eagles set. Why do these teams refuse to pair black jerseys with any other pant color? Props to the Ravens for mixing in white and purple pants with their black jersey. There is nothing original or exciting about a plain black uniform and plenty of teams do it. It seems like any team that Nike rebrands loses their identity (which was fine to begin with) and becomes another version of a different team (just like the Titans last season who now look like HOU or SEA)
  6. I'd think they'd give themselves more time if that were the case. How much can you change and manufacture in one night?
  7. Exactly. They could've found players on other teams or from other concepts in the poses, but the player faces and physiques appear spot-on, which pretty much ensures this was an actual photo taken, regardless of how finalized the uniforms were at the time. As a graphic designer, I can confirm that this is a borderline impossible amount of Photoshop work to make this look so convincing.
  8. I also wonder how the green helmet will affect Color Rush. Will it still be kelly or just be the new all black or all green look? The 3 combos things is odd to me too since I don't see how they'd never wear green or white mono. The Lions didn't introduce the white over silver look in 2017, but this past season that became their go-to look on the road for what it's worth.
  9. I also wonder how the green helmet will affect Color Rush. Will it still be kelly or just be the new all black or all green look? The 3 combos things is odd to me too since I don't see how they'd never wear green or white mono. The Lions didn't introduce the white over silver look in 2017, but this past season that became their go-to look on the road for what it's worth.
  10. That look is fine in general, but it doesn't say "Jets." It makes them look like the Eagles with basically all the same color combinations. They need white socks with the green pants though like they have for the past 20 years. Not sure why that is becoming the new cool look in this league. As I said before, this team needs more white/green on the opposite color jersey to keep them unique and have an identity that isn't like another team. And why must every team feel the need to introduce a black alternate? It rarely looks good or makes sense, and it minimizes their main color (Gang GREEN?) At least it's one less white helmet in the AFC East..
  11. The article mentions that they chose not to wear them again after the first 2 games, but I don't understand how that would work when they need to decide before the season on jersey colors. So you may be right.
  12. That one is sharp too. In both of these concepts, the point I was making is addressed. Fingers crossed that they keep it interesting in the shoulder area.
  13. Anyone else worried the Jets are gonna remove the white shoulder yolk on the green jersey and simply put white stripes, which will make them look just like the Colts but in green? That is pretty much what their Color Rush is like. I think the inverted shoulder colors on both their white and green jerseys gives them a unique look that I hope they stick with in some way with these new sets. It especially helps when they wear the same color jersey and pants, as it evens out the overall color distribution. Main point = the jerseys shouldn't be too plain or heavy on one color. They need to work in some accents in the opposite color, maybe like this:
  14. Here is a concept for Color Rush I found and I made other combos out of it. Solid look.I left the orange gloves and cleats as is and focused mainly on the jerseys and pants: https://imgur.com/6GY5nlo
  15. I meant more if they were to wear this style regularly and make it a standard uniform that there needs to be some white.