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  1. Of all the times for Brian Flores to bench Ryan Fitzpatrick, I don't see how it makes sense for him to do it now. They're on a roll right now and playing like a potential playoff contender. Tua was always going to see the field at some point this year, but this seems like the worst possible timing.

  2. 31 minutes ago, kimball said:

    FRANCHISE THEMED NAMES

    Pigskins

    Hogs

    Warthogs

    Redhogs

    Radskins (I hate this so much that I almost love it).

    Red Wolves (not as bad as Radskins, but not good).

     

     

    I actually like Redhogs. Pigskins sounds a little too cute, but Redhogs gives them the ability to come with an identity similar to the Arkansas Razorbacks. Slap some burgundy and gold on a mean pig and you've got a nice primary or secondary logo.

     

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  3. The best thing about Patrick Mahomes is that in 5-10 years, he's going to take the "Greatest QB of all-time" title away from Brady. And when Mahomes starts breaking all of his passing records, I'm sure Brady will probably be selling some kind of TB12 vitamin supplement that "cures skin cancer with electrolytes" and co-hosting a Podcast called "White QBs Matter" with Peyton Manning.

  4. On 3/24/2020 at 9:23 PM, Tracy Jordan said:

     

    I would be happy if they signed him to a one-year deal. The Titans brought in Ryan Tannehill on a one-year deal last year and look how well that turned out for them. The same with the Saints and Teddy Bridgewater. There's no guarantee that Allen won't take a huge step backwards (ala Trubisky or Mariota) in his development or get hurt for an extended period of time, especially with the way he runs. And I don't know about you, but I have very little faith in Matt Barkley as a solution. McDermott would know better than most whether it would be a good fit. Assuming that Cam is mature enough to handle a backup role, I'd be willing to roll the dice on him for a year. The Bills could actually be a contender in the AFC for the first time in 25 years and I don't want to see that opportunity wasted if Allen gets hurt. I just pray that Belichick doesn't get to him first.

     

     

    Ugh.

     

    It continues to amaze me just how stubborn certain organizations are when it comes to their quarterback situation. But it doesn't surprise me that Beane and McDermott, the guys who thought Nate Peterman was a suitable backup for two years, wouldn't want to sign Cam Newton for the league minimum. I mean where is the logic in upgrading your QB depth right? It's not like first round picks don't ever regress in their third or fourth years right?

     

    So if Jarrett Stidham doesn't work out, Belichick can turn to a former MVP who is still in his prime, when healthy. If Josh Allen gets hurt, next up on the Bills depth chart is.... Matt Barkley.

  5. 15 hours ago, dylanjf83 said:

    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.

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    Love the return of the red helmets. The numbers seem a bit odd to me, like a little too stretched out, but overall I think this a solid look. I wouldn't mind seeing the white striped socks worn with both the home and road unis.

  6. 4 hours ago, MNtwins3 said:

    Why did we have to watch years of these monstrosities if they didn't even end up switching to blue and white

     

    Thank you for pointing this out! It drives me nuts that the white helmet horns were absolutely pointless and no one would have cared if they had just stuck with the gold horns for a couple of years. I also just realized that it's been a full 20 years since we last saw the Rams wear the greatest road uniform they've ever had and should have never changed. They were iconic.

     

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    I look forward to the Rams (hopefully) bringing these back in five years when they're forced to admit their mistake like the Bucs and Browns did.

     

  7. 17 hours ago, EddieJ1984 said:

    I can't believe it, the rams somehow did the impossible.

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    They made these somehow look better than theirs.

     

     

    A month or so ago I absolutely hated the new Falcons unis. But after seeing what the Rams revealed today, I will gladly stare at that Falcons jersey for a solid hour just to get the "bone" atrocity out of my brain.

     

     

    17 hours ago, j'villejags said:


    2 words. Bone. Helmet. 

     

    Sounds kinda painful.

     

     

  8. 1 hour ago, TheOatsMustFlow said:

    What the Cardinals need to do is use this throwback design posted by jimmynutini.com (not sure of his CCSLC username):

     

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    Use the updated Cardinal bird of course. Keep the gray facemask. Have white socks with matching the stripes. For the red jersey, use a similar stripe scheme, no flag, and have a black outline for the white numbers. 

     

    No need to change the Cardinal logo, especially not to the gray "Desert Cardinal". 

     

    YES to both of these. If the Seahawks made that their primary unis, they would instantly be Top 5 in the NFL, IMO. I love the blend of those colors with the original logo.

  9. I liked Fromm from what I saw from him at Georgia. The Bills taking him despite already having a young unquestioned starter reminds of me of when they drafted Trent Edwards in '07. Unlike Edwards, Fromm could develop into a nice long-term backup, so long as the Bills don't prematurely throw him to the wolves like they did with Nathan Peterman.

  10. 5 hours ago, jerrylawless3 said:

    A quick photo manipulation shows a couple things: Flying Elvis on the sleeve, shoulder stripes, and a similar number typeface.
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    Looks to me like the red facemask is staying, thank goodness. Or it's just weird lighting.

     

    As for the new uniforms, I hope they do switch to red as the primary so that it would force the Bills to ditch their color rush abominations. 

  11. I'd like to officially welcome the Browns back to the NFL after going on a five-year hiatus! They look gorgeous! Well done.

     

    With the Buccaneers returning after as six-year hiatus, this is turning out to be a great offseason so far. Though it is disappointing that the Falcons are departing for the Arena league, but it is what it is.

  12. Here's all the glorious uniforms that we could potentially see return if the NFL allows throwback helmets next year...

     

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    How hard is it to make an exception just for these teams? And even if a hypothetical rule change were to open the door for alternate helmets for all 32 teams in the future, then so be it. The 49ers could wear solid black from head to toe twice a year for all I care. I'm willing to make that sacrifice if it means seeing the return of the Bucs in creamsicle, Patriot Pat, red Falcons helmets, etc..

     

  13. 7 hours ago, DG_ThenNowForever said:

     

    You're a Bills fan, right? Would you want to see that?

     

    I would be happy if they signed him to a one-year deal. The Titans brought in Ryan Tannehill on a one-year deal last year and look how well that turned out for them. The same with the Saints and Teddy Bridgewater. There's no guarantee that Allen won't take a huge step backwards (ala Trubisky or Mariota) in his development or get hurt for an extended period of time, especially with the way he runs. And I don't know about you, but I have very little faith in Matt Barkley as a solution. McDermott would know better than most whether it would be a good fit. Assuming that Cam is mature enough to handle a backup role, I'd be willing to roll the dice on him for a year. The Bills could actually be a contender in the AFC for the first time in 25 years and I don't want to see that opportunity wasted if Allen gets hurt. I just pray that Belichick doesn't get to him first.

     

    And I would take Cam over Jameis "30 picks" Winston in a heartbeat. If you think Winston (with all his recent controversies and off-field legal troubles) would be less of a distraction than Cam, I'm not sure if I agree with that. Dalton would be a great option.

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