WinTheDay8

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  1. For me it's the pacific northwest tribal inspiration. They may not be perfect, but they are unique and cohesive. The Bucs and Jags look like they took a template and filled in random shapes. No purpose... Yep. And it was said that Khan and the Glazers had a heavy hand in both. That's why I'm all for giving creative control to Nike 100%. As far as I'm aware, only Denver and Seattle have, and they have the two most unique uniforms in the NFL which follow a theme perfectly (granted, Denver could probably use an update, but the theme was awesome and executed well for a decade) 2015 will be the 19th season for the current Broncos design (granted the navy and orange jerseys have switched, but the design's the same). 19 seasons of that design also reminds me I'm getting old. Oh I know, but 2007-9 is right around the time they started looking dated. Then they switched to orange and it no longer embodies the original theme of the redesign, so it's just a mess IMO.
  2. For me it's the pacific northwest tribal inspiration. They may not be perfect, but they are unique and cohesive. The Bucs and Jags look like they took a template and filled in random shapes. No purpose... Yep. And it was said that Khan and the Glazers had a heavy hand in both. That's why I'm all for giving creative control to Nike 100%. As far as I'm aware, only Denver and Seattle have, and they have the two most unique uniforms in the NFL which follow a theme perfectly (granted, Denver could probably use an update, but the theme was awesome and executed well for a decade)
  3. Do you have statistical or anecdotal evidence to support these claims? No, how would I? I'm a pretty sociable person, and I've heard these opinions expressed in lots of sportsbars on Sundays and from co-workers and friends who are casual fans when watching the games on Sundays.
  4. I agree with this entire post. We are only hearing the opinions of people who will hate it no matter what. I guarantee that more people like all the changes Nike made, we just don't hear the posts that people that like it make because the pessimists and complainers are the loudest. Agree. The truth this board refuses to accept is that outside of this place, the casual fans love the new Bucs uniforms, the Dolphins uniform is seen as a universal upgrade, and that with most people under 25 who even casually follow the sport, the Seahawks have the best uniforms in the NFL. I love the Browns look, it's so classic and to me it embodies fall, but the truth is there is an ugly reputation associated with the look. When Whitner said there were 9 possible combos, the most tweeted responses were "representing the average number of losses a season in Browns history!" and "sometimes my is 9 color combos too!" and posts listing off different, demeaning shades of brown (like :censored:stain brown, diarrhea brown, etc..) One of the NFL's most storied franchises deserves better. I'm glad they are changing, and for their sake, I hope they are unrecognizable. It's time for a complete culture shift.
  5. Thank you! I really like how these turned out as well aside from it being Seahawks (Niners fan haha). I do have a Titans tweak that's basically done that will get posted eventually. What's wrong with Texans in your opinion? Mainly asking so I can possibly get ideas as I also have Texans basically done but if you're not a fan of the current look in general, probably won't like my Texans much lol. Broncos I haven't touched yet so I'll have to brainstorm on them later but haven't had anything come to mind for them yet. I just think there is so much room for creativity in Houston's brand, yet they are one of the most boring looking teams in the league. Denver is tough. Every Denver concept on here ends up looking the same: orange uniform, blue capped sleeves. Beautiful Steelers concept. Small change that improves the set greatly.
  6. Reminds me too much of those orange, Tootsie Pops: I've seen a lot of ridiculous reaches on here, but you sir, take the cake (errrrrrrrr, lollipop)
  7. 2016 Pro Bowl uniforms Per CBS sports. Example of logos bordered in gold for sideline apparel And the logos for Kickoff and the playoffs They also state the Lombardi is still silver, but the winners will receive a "50" trophy as well cast in bronze and plated in gold, designed by Tiffany and each numeral weighs about 33 pounds. And here are the game balls Source: http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-football/25120528/nfl-going-gold-in-2015-to-celebrate-super-bowl-50-5-things-to-know
  8. That hawks uniform is gorgeous! I'd love to see what you could do with Denver, Tennessee, and Houston if you wouldn't mind! Three looks that really need brought into the present.
  9. Now you're talkin'... Sign me up for that finish on the new lids. What is that finish? Candy?
  10. The Vikings helmet was released as matte during the official unveiling. Not satin. "A modern representation of Nordic culture combined with the Vikings long-standing football tradition, the new design provides a modern twist on the classic Vikings uniforms. Features include a matte purple helmet with a black facemask, a refreshed, brighter gold accent, unique new font and numbers featuring curves that reflect the bow of a Vikings ship, and single gold and white stripes on the shoulders and pants reminiscent of early Vikings uniforms."
  11. Could some one refresh my memory? I remember the Bucs had a big event planned for their uniform reveal, and then out of the blue one morning Paul Lukas tweeted them out a few days before the official reveal. What happened there? Why was there an early internet reveal before the physical one? JLC is a moron. No way that happens. Guy just pulls stuff out of his butt and sees if it will stick.
  12. All teams: The browns is the old logo. I wonder if they'll release an updated one after April 14th.