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  1. Having been to Tampa only a handful of times, to visit in-laws, it seemed that the St. Pete location was the issue. If it were near Raymond James as suggested here, it seems there would be better attendance. the last time I was down there it sounded like the the two cities were at odds of who would get a potential new stadium. It's a good sports town, I hope they stay and can work out a deal
  2. Here are some shots of The Green Bay Blizzard and Tucson Sugar Skulls from last Friday's game I took
  3. IMHO gray facemasks only work with teams with gray / silver in their scheme. Doesn't mean they all should, but I think that works. I'm not a fan of gray because they're a 'classic' uniform, I get it, I just don't really like it. I think Indy looked better in either white or blue masks. SF with red. Cardinals would look much better, from the neck up, with red facemasks
  4. 100% agree! Match the look on the road WHITES, lose the gradient numbers and the shiny elements and this is good to go! I actually like the split horn look, again on the unpopular side
  5. growing up with the Irish Rainbow I can say that I was in favor of the change. I have a soft spot for the purple look but nostalgia now says the Irish Rainbow is timeless. The previous green / red set was their worst. Colors not the issue, was a bad template
  6. I do really like the Midnight Green. There are some great concepts on here that remove the black that I really liked. Bring back the silver as the secondary color
  7. Agreed. Only need the gold pants. On the road jersey, make it white first, then use the same shoulder horn but in blue with a gold sleeve cap. Similar to the old look
  8. This may be my favorite NBA jersey of all time. I know that may be a stretch, but these are dang near perfect for SA
  9. Wondering if it is just the current shade but it lime was just the description used.
  10. Coughlin's gone now. So take the basic uniform he wanted and make some small tweaks to make it really good. Teal at home, gold accents, some pants stripes, and remove the chest logo. done.
  11. Aside from the gradient that should be removed, the side stripe on the jersey doesn't make any sense for continuity. Yes, it works with just white and black pants. But the red pants, which I think would be a great alt look, doesn't work with a black stripe and red stripes on the jerseys. Simply removing the jersey stripe makes all combos work.
  12. I love those unis. The most important piece here is the color scheme. They kept drifting away from it. Added it back a couple years back and immediately pulled the green for silver. No black, just blue / green with silver accents in the logo but not in the uni. The current jerseys would be greatly improved simply by adopting this color scheme despite the current terrible template
  13. Simple tweaks to the shoulder caps on the road make this a lot better. As for the numbers it just seemed to me like the built in lines were looking for a color contrast to be consistent with the 'split horn' look. I'm not sure how I feel about it, but I just wanted to see what it would look like. *Edit - tweaked the gold
  14. I'd say technically gloss with small amount of gold fleck. Not sure there's a name for it. The first year they had it, I wanna say 1999, I thought it just rained every game. I've never been accused of being smart.
  15. Just wondering if they're testing the waters with the look. Blue is long overdue for an alt. Not a fan of recycling previous alts in black. Testing out the diagonal Bucks text on a warm up to see if there's any fan reaction. Either way, I'd like to see them
  16. Could the "Earned" warm up from this season be a tease to a blue alt for next year?
  17. I'm gonna start a petition to allow the Rams to play 16 home games. I'd rather have that then to ever see those road unis see the light of day. The grey would be passable if they had some sort of matching sleeve horns / caps. The terrible stretched sleeve numbers. A damn near invisible white 'horn'. And I'm not even gonna start on the shoulder patch nonsense. That being said. I personally love the helmet. Split horn and all. The home looks great, don't even mind the gradient. If only one Nike trend could be eliminated from all of their unis for me it would be the reflective garbage. Looks awful in college basketball and worse here.
  18. I understand people's dislike of the current Miami logo, but I'm really ok with it. I think the only change needed for the current look is sleeve stripes instead of the logo. Add stripes matching the current helmet and pants stripes and this is a good, solid set. And striped socks to be work with the aqua pants.
  19. I'm 40 minutes from Sheboygan. But the boxes of forty and fat guy are spot on. If someone wants to share early with me I'll give you the answer
  20. That jersey is hideous, but I don't hate that helmet. I probably should but I don't. In a vacuum without knowing the classic helmet, this is a good helmet for a team called the Rams from LA
  21. I, initially, was asking why no white between the orange stripes on the brown pants. But just orange and brown matches the sleeve stripes. I think it was the right move. Along with the striped socks
  22. Striped socks, classic jersey stripes, brown pant stripes match the sleeve stripes. No wordmark. Number font matching updated script font. I like the brown facemask and glad it stayed. Wish they had Orange pant option. The alternate stuff could go away. It's a terrible look IMHO. Overall huge win, it's the slight update to the classic look
  23. Needs gradient. Ok, can't say that with a straight face. This is a good look and ties into the logo
  24. This right here. It's not a great uniform, but can definitely work. Small ATL, Smaller numbers, no side stripe on the jersey. NO gradient on the red. With a white, black, and red option on the pants with contrasting colored socks, no yoga pants. I'd prefer glossy helmet, but can live with the satin
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