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  1. Living in the LA area, I'm glad we got a team finally. For the Rams, it would make a lot of sense to do this: Obviously blue and yellow color scheme Jerseys Yellow home jersey. Yes, yellow. similar to the Color Rush jersey. It would be unique for the NFL and go well with a team from California. Away jersey based on the one used until 2000. The alternate as a throwback to the blue and white era. (Blue jersey). It would pay homage to that era of LA Rams football. It won't violate the NFL's one-helmet rule, as the yellow ram decal can be replaced with a white one easily. Pants White pants with a blue/yellow/blue striping; worn with both yellow and white jerseys yellow pants as the same as the Rams' current throwback pants; worn with white jerseys predominantly, can be worn with home jersey for a game or two throwback white pants identical to the ones in the 60s; worn with the throwback jersey only I hope this is how it goes, and it can be done.
  2. I'll see how this year "goes" and I might twist it for the next season.
  3. When Roger Goodell became commissioner in 2006, he wanted to change things up a bit. After four seasons with the new divisional realignments and new schedule formula, he noticed that way too many mediocre teams made the playoffs due to playing in a terrible division. He introduced this new concept of grouping, similar to many international soccer leagues. AFC and NFC still stayed, but the divisions were discarded. Under the new format, teams are randomized into one of four groups: Group A, Group B, Group C, and Group D. In the following season, the teams are randomized again, being placed in a new group. This, obviously, is to have good teams and bad teams in the same division, making the playoffs better quality. The playoffs remained the same format as before. Due to the realignment every year, the scheduling formula is altered slightly. It goes as follows: 6 games against members from group (not changed from before) 4 games against another group from the conference (Every year it will always be Group A vs. Group C and Group B vs. Group D) 2 games against team's rival(s) or closest team geographically 4 games against the same group from the other conference (Group A vs. Group A, Group B vs. Group B, etc.) When a team plays another team, the next time they play will be at the opposite home venue from the previous. Without further ado, here are the groups for the 2006 season: AFC Group A Cincinnati Denver Miami Tennessee Group B Cleveland Indianapolis NY Jets Oakland Group C Buffalo Baltimore Houston San Diego Group D Jacksonville Kansas City New England Pittsburgh NFC Group A Atlanta Dallas Detroit San Francisco Group B Arizona Chicago New Orleans Washington Group C Carolina Minnesota NY Giants St. Louis Group D Green Bay Philadelphia Seattle Tampa Bay I will be simulating the season according to every team's schedule. C&C is always appreciated.
  4. I found two Chargers mini helmets TOGETHER. A 1988-2006 one and their current one since 2007. $3
  5. Long time since this topic was in full swing. Can you give us an update on standings?
  6. On the last Sunday home game for the Angels, the promotion was the 2016 schedule. There was more navy than red on the promotion. Could that be a foreshadowing of the addition of navy?
  7. But we're talking about stadiums not crowd, so no.
  8. Indians playing at Miller Park in 2007 due to snow at Progressive: Angels playing at Dodger Stadium from 1962-1965, could not find a photo.
  9. The improvements are much better. Can't wait to see what will be in store for DC.
  10. Watch the Captains go 27-15 to end the season without 100 losses.
  11. FBS Conferences realignment based on how CONFERENCES should be: ACC: Living up to its name, this conference should consist of schools along all states on the Atlantic: Massachusetts, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida American: No specific boundaries due to its name; just prestigious football programs east of the Mississippi River Big Ten: Only 10 teams, all with prestigious football programs in the Midwest proper: Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio Big 12: Only 12 teams, all teams within or within the vicinity of the Great Plains states: Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas Conference USA: omitted MAC: all with lesser prestigious teams in the Midwest proper: Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan Mountain West: Any schools in states not bordering the Pacific, but within or within the vicinity of the Rocky Mts: Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico Pac-12: Any schools in states bordering the Pacific: Washington, Oregon, California, and Hawaii SEC: All with prestigious football programs in the South proper: Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and West Virginia Sun Belt: All with programs of less prestige in the South including Texas: Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida
  12. "those bastards". I say ditch the navy alternate, it doesn't really go IMO. For a vibrant team, their cap is a bit too boring. The navy should be replaced with their light blue.