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  1. When I first saw the home uniforms, I thought they were okay despite the flaws. Then I saw the away uniform.
  2. It's hard to believe that it's been seven years since that rebrand. I never really liked the new logo, but the uniforms grew on me over time. I'm honestly just happy they didn't follow in the footsteps of the Buccaneers (2014), and Browns (2015), and Titans.
  3. https://www.thescore.com/nfl/news/1973533/report-tessitore-mcfarland-ousted-from-mnf-booth With Booger out from Monday Night Football, this means he won't be coming back.
  4. The arched block script isn't really inspiring either.
  5. Missed opportunity for all four to wear #10.
  6. Would the early 2010's Giants count? They won three in five years, but they weren't exactly "dominate." If not, then we managed to go about twenty years without one in baseball.
  7. I think they're an upgrade, but only slightly. I've never liked helmet numbers and the yellow pants stick out too much. The jerseys feel a little... plain? I don't know, it's like they're missing something. The alternate/color rush is a big whatever.
  8. Those jerseys look like the cheap knock-offs meant for toddlers that you see at department stores.
  9. I don't know if it's it and it may be just me, but I think it's because of the jerseys. Outside of the numbers, there isn't any white on the jerseys to compliment the white helmet. They're too navy/red dominant and that makes the white helmet stand out a little more than it needs to. I don't care for the navy helmet, but it goes with the rest of the uniforms better.
  10. The Browns look good again. I'm not sure what the point of removing the stripes from the Color Rush were, but I honestly don't care about the Color Rush.
  11. While I'm not a big fan of these, I honestly thought they would be worse. I was expecting an overly-designed mess akin to what Oregon use to (and still kinda) wears. I guess this means Atlanta is a black-heavy team now?
  12. I didn't expect them to listen to their fans. They actually listened to their fans.
  13. Oversized helmet logos are really bad. They shouldn't stretch all the way to the facemask, chinstraps, or eclipse the ear holes. It's best to have them as visible as possible.
  14. I use to be all for them removing silver, but I don't know now. I think they can make it work. The tweet the OP posted doesn't list the Patriots making a logo change and considering that the logo is navy/red/silver, that could be an indication of silver staying. I could be wrong though, as logo colors don't always heavily factor in the uniform colors.
  15. Is there even a point of NFL teams adopting secondary logos? They usually don't use anything besides their primary mark (and helmet logos in certain instances). There was a time where a couple of them had "full-bodied" variants of their logos in the late 90's/early 00's (Bengals, Panthers, Broncos, etc.), but those weren't used often I believe. The only teams I can think of right now that has one in use are the Bucs and Bears.
  16. It's not that bad. Adding a ram horn into the LA monogram is a nice idea, but I just don't know if I like that horn style or not. Gradient also doesn't work very well for every logo application. I figured they would still have a ram head logo somewhere in this identity, but this one in particular isn't good enough to reach primary status. The best decision so far is the return of royal and gold, but that was a no-brainer.
  17. I also hate the contrasting piping on the current away uniform (headspoon doesn't even match the rest).
  18. It's not even that, they had plenty of time beforehand to unveil it. Someone pointed out that they may release them along with the new logo and uniforms, so that just might be it. I'm aware that there is a pandemic going on, many are affected by it, and it's probably not the best time to unveil.
  19. I mean, I'd understand if this was about the logo and uniforms, but they can't even give us the name?
  20. I honestly thought he would spend his whole career in New England, but I suppose it's rare to have players in one place for an entire time. I won't miss him in the AFC East, but I actually hope he has some success in Tampa Bay. That's a market I always had a small rooting interest in.
  21. Brady could always choose #10 as a note to his college days, but I'm pretty sure he's built a brand around #12.
  22. The Dolphins don't have a very good history with signing big-named players for a lot of money. Then again they have a ton of cap space so I'd say go for it.
  23. Isn't this the same thing with California-Berkeley being called just California?
  24. The lowriders are still one of my favorites, but anything with a Day of the Dead theme in it is pretty cool as well.