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JRB14

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  1. The helmet could be white, like in the concept above.
  2. Lovin' the elbows on that template. EDIT: I just realised those were side panels. I'm having a bad day.
  3. I've seen those shoes, only all orange. Much nicer.
  4. Ahh, :censored:. I agreed with soccer players.
  5. Yeah, I thought about that, I think it should be team discretion. The big thing for me is that I don't like seeing one guy wearing white sleeves, another black, another gray, and one none at all. Nike should make matching undershirts for every team, whether or not the team wears them is up to them. Shoes, however, aren't a big deal to me. If Lynch wants to wear his Skittles shoes, and Newton wants to wear his Superman shoes, let them.
  6. I would like to see sleeved undershirts be mandatory. I've seen a lot of good designs on here that included sleeved Under Armour as part of the design, it opens up doors for designers in my opinion. But long sleeved jerseys sound like a bad idea.
  7. I agree with you as far as the logos go, but I feel like pewter was a last minute decision. It's nowhere on the logo and barely on the jerseys. I also don't like the colour itself.
  8. The Orange need to wear orange. The Cardinal need to wear cardinal. Same goes with the White Sox and Red Sox with white and red respectively. If your team has a colour in its name, it shouldn't wear alternate colours.
  9. WSU151 my mistake. I think they have three, I didn't count but I definitely thought there was more than the three or so there is in actuality, for sure. They also don't change the jerseys up, either. Although you're right about the logos and the jersey colours and how often they change, they do have too many colours, and a far too detailed logo.
  10. I don't know if this is unpopular or not, or if it has been posted already or not, but I hate everything about the Florida Panthers look. Way too many colours, about 50 something non-primary logos, a new jersey every other year and a too-detailed logo for my liking to top it all off. Forgive me if I exaggerated, but it's along the same lines. Red, white, blue and gold bothers me. Having a primary along with a roundel logo, a palm tree logo, and a plethora of others bothers me. Changing home jersey colours as often as they do bothers me. And as good as an artist as I am, if I can't quickly sketch your logo onto my notebook, that bothers me.
  11. I don't think Devin's number is a concern for the league. The big thing is whether or not it's an eligible receiver number(a non-lineman number). So the transition from CB to WR is fine, but a lineman switching his primary position to either TE or FB(a position I haven't seen much of anymore, except in read-option) must also switch his number. If McCluster can get away with wearing 22, 23 should be suitable for Hester, because his first position was CB and as a rule you only have to switch if it's going from receiving number to non-receiving number. But I don't think it's a huge deal anyways, because like you said, with the emergence of Alshon Jeffery, Hester sees the field less and less.
  12. Funny thing is, I'm a Wolverines fan. Gardner is paying tribute to Tom Harmon, so that doesn't bug me. I wasn't alive when Harmon played, but watching a #98 line up at HB would get on my nerves. Gallon wearing #21 and Dileo wearing #9 makes me mad.
  13. Are there any NFL players today that wear numbers that go against the rules? I know Keyshawn Johnson wore #19 back when receivers were limited to 80-89 and he paid a fine each week. Are there any today doing that? As for your #14, if you were playing both sides of the ball, you were going to have to have a number out of range for one position or the other, no? For what it's worth, I preferred when the NFL limited receivers to numbers in the 80s, before they added 10-19. Supposedly the rule was changed because teams had retired too many numbers in the 80s
  14. Are there any NFL players today that wear numbers that go against the rules? I know Keyshawn Johnson wore #19 back when receivers were limited to 80-89 and he paid a fine each week. Are there any today doing that? As for your #14, if you were playing both sides of the ball, you were going to have to have a number out of range for one position or the other, no? For what it's worth, I preferred when the NFL limited receivers to numbers in the 80s, before they added 10-19. Supposedly the rule was changed because teams had retired too many numbers in the 80s.
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