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  1. One thought that occurred to me is a what if that is based on the trades of the Baltimore Colts and Los Angeles Rams franchises by Robert Irsay and Carroll Rosenbloom. Rosenbloom was the owner of the Colts at the time and was looking for a way to get out of Baltimore and Irsay was a fan of Unitas. In this case the owners moved to new cities and the franchises stayed put. But what if it worked differently with the owners staying put and the franchises swapping cities. https://www.nytimes.com/1972/07/14/archives/colts-franchise-traded-for-rams-players-remain-irsay-gets-baltimore.html
  2. Dan O' Mac got to my idea first. Move the Rebels out of the city of Atlanta but keep them in a location that is part of the Atlanta Metropolitan area.
  3. I might pull down the 2nd and 4th lines a little bit and maybe color or shade them slightly to make it look more like a V overlayed on a W. With the V having a different height than the W, it makes it harder to see them as separate letters and more as a single image.
  4. 2 issues What happened to the Detroit Tigers? How did Albuquerque win the division and the World Series with an expansion roster It would also be nice to see how the league had progressed from today up to the expansion.
  5. For a team in the state of Alabama, the Bolts looks too much like LSU.
  6. Is the grey sections on the Jaguars helmet supposed to be there? I thought it might be showing the helmet to be shiny, but do not see anything similar on the Browns helmets.
  7. What about the Eagles endzone in silver?
  8. Replacing the Oakland Raiders with the Minnesota Vikings in the AFL?
  9. Reminds me of Jeff Gordon's original paint scheme. His pit crew was called the Rainbow Warriors during his early years. They had an interesting pit suit design that might translate to a really interesting jersey.
  10. The Butchers' franchise record suggests that they are playing approximately 55 games a year, much higher than 36 games a year even including playoffs.