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  1. The Olde English S logo is really cool, a tad bit muddled because of the stripe going back through the letter, but that's a minor nitpick.
  2. Eugh, this name stinks. This is a 90s team name, through and through. Had it survived through the first decade of the new millennium, I'm sure without a shadow of a doubt, this team would be rebranded; maybe as something like the Destroyers (ironically, equally as cringey 90s as Fury) or something else.
  3. I think he's coming back solely because of how terrible he was in the MNF booth. I think he has a future as a coach in the NFL, not as an announcer.
  4. I'm sorry, but Patriots doesn't work for any town outside of the New England area, or outside of Army, Navy major bases. It doesn't really make much sense in hockey, especially in a region like Anaheim, California. While Ducks as itself is a plain, generic name; it flows from the previous name of Mighty Ducks without a complete graphics overhaul.
  5. A Nationals concept that ISN'T Red, White, and Blue? What kind of world are we living in? It's a great concept idea nonetheless.
  6. It's bad from the point of view of the casual fan. They probably don't get why one team has been so good, so successful for now over a decade and a half. They'll ask questions like why can't anyone stop them, to which the reply will be "Eli Manning" or "Philly Special". It's also bad from the point of view of the fans of the other AFC teams. They're all basically fighting each other for the Silver medal. It's honestly very hard for any fan of any other team in that conference to get truly excited about the playoffs. You can't really get into watching the games because you know deep down, in the back of your mind, that Brady and Belichick are going to get off the mat, Tombstone your team into the mat and get the pin, win the game, and go on to the Super Bowl. In the NFC, it's kind of the same thing. You have the teams squabbling amongst themselves, scraping and clawing, trying to advance to the Super Bowl. Again, probably for the Silver medal. In the end, it might end up being for naught. Seattle, Atlanta, and now Los Angeles are striking examples of this. Honestly, as a fan of an NFC team; why should I get my hopes up, only to see them crushed in the Big Game against the greatest dynasty the sports world has seen since the 60s Celtics, or the 50s Yankees? I feel it's a fool's errand. We whine and bellyache because we can't stand the status quo; we want change. We want new winners, new champions. We got that somewhat with Philly last year. And should've had it with Atlanta in Super Bowl LI. But, the truly great teams win when everyone counts them out, when everyone's given up on them.
  7. This rivalry isn't as hit as it once was; but I'll say Blues and Stars. The Blackhawks have , and always will be, St. Louis's biggest rival, but the Blues and North Stars rivalry was just as hot. This rivalry cooled down since the Stars relocated, and neither team has been consistent enough to meet again in the playoffs.
  8. I go to bed every night hoping that Stephen isn't a spineless man, and can get someone in there who, may have a big ego, but is a winner. I mean, maybe next year, they'll finally cut loose The Clapper? I can dream.
  9. I don't know what I would need to do so I could sit down with my Dad and watch Dallas win a Super Bowl together; but I'd do it in a heartbeat.
  10. Place your bets; which team from the NFC gets the privilege of being teabagged by Brady and Belichick next year?
  11. I don't know which is the lesser of two evils; the Patriots lording over everyone with 6 Lombardis, or the fact Pittsburgh is not the only one with six...
  12. Don't worry Los Angeles, you'll have a few friends to keep you company. This high octane offense can only muster 3 points? This is just as pathetic as the Broncos scoring 8 points in Super Bowl 48.