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About ramsjetsthunder

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    Edmond, Oklahoma
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    Saved by Grace through Jesus's sacrifice on the Cross
    Conservative and Patriotic American
    Flat-earth Creation science geek
    Football and Sports Uniform Fan
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    New York Jets, Los Angeles Rams, OKC Thunder, Oklahoma Sooners, Cleveland Browns

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  1. Oklahoma City citizen here, can't go wrong with energy/petroleum themed names like Oilers, Roustabouts, Energy (taken sadly)
  2. What template are you using? Did you design each individual one by yourself? If so, great work and effort!
  3. This is honestly probably my favorite NFL uniforms thread I've ever seen on the boards. Great work
  4. I think just take off the wordmark altogether. Or make it smaller.
  5. I would keep all the details on the jerseys the same color
  6. Is it just me or does #89 have no number outlines but Darnold does... I way prefer the no outline
  7. Alright, time for a jets fan to interject his opinion. I, like the rest of you, am disappointed, but this logo has grown on me in the past 20 hours, so i'm going to give New York the benefit of the doubt until we can see the uniforms.
  8. I would actually think a two-green set would look great as long as it is executed well.
  9. I will note that grey has also been very prominent in the Instagram art. Any word on that?
  10. Guys these unis are gonna be awful. I can just feel it. Don't worry though, they'll change them again in 5 years.
  11. Welcome to the site, and yes, I've been noticing that too. I've got a hunch that the NY may be on the helmets, though it may be too Giants-esque
  12. How is it that amateur graphic designers can seem to design better uniforms than 16-billion dollar Nike? Maybe the NFL should just hire us
  13. That streak...... ////// Could be good news if used properly