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  1. Detroit Lions The Lions see a couple changes here. The sleeve stripes are now vertical, the face mask is Honolulu Blue, the word mark has been changed to a more old-school car vibe, and the number font is now typical block numbering. Throwback in place of an alternate because I've never liked the Lions grey jersey.
  2. Houston Oilers I think the Oilers had one of the best logo/uniform sets in NFL history, and I've never really liked the Texans identity. In a perfect world, where the Titans would agree to allow Houston to change their name, here is a modern version of the Oilers.
  3. Indianapolis Colts, v.2 Alternate I was thinking it would look similar to Duke's black uniforms, but I totally understand where you're coming from. I inverted the blue and white, and you couldn't even notice the blue, so I decided to swap black for the grey. I think a grey alternate looks better for Indy than black.
  4. New York Giants, v.2 (Grey) After reading the C&C on the Giants, I've decided to do one version that has grey instead of white, and another that has white instead of grey.
  5. I'm working on updates right now for the Falcons, Giants, Warriors, and possibly the Bills, but for now I am going to post other teams I have already completed. Indianapolis Colts There's not much to update with the Colts, as they have one of the classic looks in the NFL. I updated the font to something similar they released earlier this year, and placed an "I" in the horseshoe. New logo is on the right chest, and player numbers appear in the horseshoe on the helmet. The black alternate has black numbers, instead of blue, on the helmet.
  6. Denver Broncos The Broncos see a clash of old school and new school, as a Bronco jumping through a D returns. Very similar to the Color Rush uniforms, with a different font used across the set.
  7. Washington Warriors I feel like the Warriors will be the name that Dan Snyder ends up going with, that way the team can use a spear on the helmet like they used to. A 'W' with 3 stars replaces the head on the former logo, with the 3 stars drawing from lots of different elements (DC flag, 3 regions of the DMV, 3 Super Bowl wins, 3 team names in franchise history). This still keeps the franchises historical look, while updating what needed to be changed.
  8. New England Patriots Pat Patriot makes a return, with some deeper colors, and 6 stars on his tricorn hat. The 6 stars, also featured on the right chest of the jersey, represent the 6 states of New England (MA, ME, RI, NH, VT, CN), and the 6 Super Bowls won during the team's dynasty years. Split on whether the home jersey should be red or blue.
  9. Kansas City Chiefs The Super Bowl Champs get a fresh logo in their redesign. The old lettering in the logo that looked very similar to San Francisco has been replaced with a geometric font that gives an old-school Chiefs vibe. The sleeve stripes point up, like a chevron, and the pant stripe is the KC turned 270*, both playing into the arrowhead-theme of the jersey. The Chiefs don't get an alternate because they don't need one.
  10. Cleveland Browns The new Browns uniform set looks great, but I made some tweak. Drop shadow on the numbers, the sleeve striping is inverted on the home jersey, matte helmet, and a new font.
  11. Buffalo Bills The red streak from the Bills logo has been changed to a red lightning bolt, taken from the City of Buffalo's flag. Red helmets return, and 'BUFFALO' is between the shoulder stripes.
  12. Miami Dolphins, v.2 Removed the logo from the sleeve, and removed half of the stripping on the socks. The sun rays used to be the same size until 2013, so the sun rays are a nod to the current logo.
  13. Thank you, I knew something looked slightly off. I fixed the Giants, and I'll be updating all the other teams as well.
  14. New York Giants The font for the logo and wordmark has been updated to a more gothic New York look, and the Empire State Building is featured in the 'Y' of 'NY'; the building also plays into the empire gray-look that is heavily featured. Gray away jerseys, and gray numbers on the home and alternate. The Empire State Building is also featured in the pants stripe.