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  1. Just now, Bruhammydude said:

    Packers are reportedly releasing a new throwback this year. I think they wear them Week 7 against Washington, as the Packers seem to like wearing the throwbacks for early season games at noon, and Washington perfectly fits that category.

    Oddly enough, the Washington game is the only home game the Packers will play at noon, which is great for me since I can't get the Packers games when there's a Vikes game going on, because I live in Minnesota.

  2. Just now, Bruhammydude said:

    I honestly kinda like this design over the previous one, I just wish their was a more accessible way to upload images from your computer

    By the way, I am on a laptop (and I never really view the site on any other device), so I could see some problems being on mobile that aren't on the desktop version

  3. 3 minutes ago, colinturner95 said:

    Home/Away uniforms shouldn't have to be exact recolors of each other: see Detroit Pistons. 

    Alternates should be different enough to warrant existing but I do agree there should be some continuity between those and the H/A uniforms. 

    If teams are warranted a fourth spot, why should it matter what it looks like? Throwback/City/whatever. I say let the teams do with the 4th jersey what they want. 

     

    I'm starting to think that the biggest one thing that would help the NBA's uniform issues is time limits. Alternate Uniforms should have to be around longer than a couple years and alternates should be limited usage. That's why they're alternates. 

     

    Also the NBA hasn't seen sleeved jerseys since Adidas was the supplier, so I think we're good there. 

    I agree with what you say here.

    1. Pistons: I was actually thinking of them when I wrote this, and I agree, I love their uniforms. It would technically be a recolor of eachother, becuase you could just recolor one the the side panels to make them look the same.

    2. I agree.

    3. Basically what I was trying to say, lol.

    4: I could definitely see the uniform change period increasing, I was more thinking 2 years for any alternates, and maybe like 5 years for the home and away jerseys.

    5. I know that Nike hasn't supplied sleeved jerseys yet, but I don't want to give them any ideas. 

  4.  

    SuperAmerica - Wikipedia

    Super America gas station, based pretty much entirely in Minnesota. Was a subsidiary of Marathon, so the logo might be familiar. Anyway, the story is is that Marathon sold Speedway, another Midwestern gas station brand, to the parent company of 7-Eleven, for $21 billion dollars. Seven & i Holdings, the parent company, turned all the Super Americas into Speedways. Overall, SuperAmerica had some fairly mediocre gas stations.

  5. What I would do to improve the NBA Uniform System

     

    • Limit teams to 4 uniforms all season (with an exception): And while you're at it, get rid of the stupid Icon/Association/Statement/City names.

    How I would have the uniform system be.

     

    Home & Away:: Must be exact recolorings of each other, spare for wordmarks or outlines.

    Home must be white or a very light color, light enough that it contrasts with every dark uniform. (like silver or cream)

    Away must be a primary team color.

     

    Alternate: Must tie in at least a good amount to the standard uniforms

     

    Clash: Can either be a second alternate or a city edition-like uniform. Throwback uniforms also fit this category

    Example: The Phoenix Suns would hypothetically wear a white home, purple away, and orange alternate.

    Say they want to wear a BFBS alternate that keeps the same design as their other 3 jerseys.

    Under the current system, they couldn't, unless they made the playoffs and got an earned uniform.

    But with the new rules, they could wear the black uniforms as their clash uniforms

    (That would mean they couldn't wear a city-like uniform)

    Other teams can choose to continue with a city-like uniform instead of opting for a second alternate.

     

    Special: Must be given permission by the NBA to have a 5th uniform.

    Example: The Denver Nuggets in this scenario have a white, navy, yellow, and deep red uniform.

    With permission given to them by the NBA, they could wear a sky blue uniform, that is sorta like a throwback to the Carmelo Anthony days.

    This acts like a second alternate uniform. Must tie in at least a good amount to the home and away jerseys.

     

    Additional uniform rules:

     

    Combination of Alternate/Clash/Special Uniforms are limited to ~20-25 times per year max.

    Must get special permission from the NBA to defy this rule, like the Lakers wearing purple for example.

    Limited to twice during every series in the NBA Playoffs.

     

    Color vs Color uniform matchups are allowed. However, they must contrast enough so the viewers can tell each team apart.

     

    Teams can only change a uniform every 2 years.

    This does not mean that they have to change every uniform at a time.

    What it does mean:  Once a uniform design is made for game-usage, it is set in stone for at least the next two years.

    All the rules above apply when getting new uniforms

     

    Teams DO NOT have to have all 4 uniforms!

    Say a more storied franchise wants to limit itself to just a home and away uniform with no alternates.

    Or say a team only wants one alternate uniform.

    These are both perfectly acceptable under the new rules.

     

    Teams DO NOT have jersey ads!!

    The NBA and its teams make enough money already. There's no purpose in jersey ads beside making more cash, while :censored:ing all over tradition

     

    No sleeved jerseys!!!

    They look stupid.

     

    With that said, these should be the NBA Uniform Rules!!!!!

  6. Judging by the MLB's new program, eliminating the one-helmet rule would inevitably bring city jerseys into the NFL. I just wish the NFL could limit alternate helmets to team colors.

  7. My helmet choices if I were in charge of the league: (Helmet Color/Facemask Color)

     

    Cowboys: White/Gray

    Giants: Blue/White

    Eagles: White/Green

    Washington: Burgundy/Yellow

    Bears: Navy/Navy

    Lions: Silver/Silver

    Packers: Yellow/Green

    Vikings: Purple/Purple

    Falcons: Black/Black

    Panthers: Black/White

    Saints: Gold/Black

    Buccaneers: Pewter/Pewter

    Cardinals: White/White

    Rams: Blue/Blue

    49ers: Gold/Gray

    Seahawks: Silver/Navy

    Bills: Red/White

    Dolphins: White/Aqua

    Patriots: White/Navy

    Jets: Green/White

    Ravens: Purple/Black

    Bengals: Orange/White

    Browns: Orange/Brown

    Steelers: Black/Black

    Texans: White/Navy

    Colts: White/White

    Jaguars: Black/Black

    Titans: White/Navy

    Broncos: Navy/Navy

    Chiefs: Red/White

    Raiders: Silver/Silver

    Chargers: White/Powder

  8. I think a fun idea for the Washington Football Team would be the Pigskins. It ties the [mod edit] name, the Football Team name, and the Hogs nickname all at once. The Skins ending carries over from the [mod edit], a Pigskin is a term used for a football, which relates to them being named the Football Team, and the Pigskin moniker also ties into the Hogs nickname of the 80s [mod edit] that they were at their best. Maybe it's too cheesy, but I think it would stand out.

     

  9. 4 minutes ago, Unwind said:

    The Cowboys will likely never change their logo or wordmark; they are, however, more likely to provide sensible updates to their on-field aesthetic. I decided to make realistic, logical updates to both the white and dark sets, including a before-and-after crude mockup of Dak Prescott in the lighter set.

     

    The royal blue and green/gray have been entirely eliminated. The only colors displayed in the entire set are a dark blue, blue-tinted-gray, and white. All striping is now consistent. All numerals feature a small silver outline. The Cowboys "star" appears once on each set: the helmet. It's purposely not featured anywhere else, to give the helmet logo prominence. Each jersey features "AMERICA'S TEAM" on the inside neck collar.

     

    This new look gives the Cowboys a classic, yet modern look. It's clean, timeless, and built to last.

     

    C&C welcomed!

     

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    I like it, the consistency is nice, and it reminds me of the 70s uniforms but more updated. Good work!

  10. On 3/5/2021 at 4:42 PM, Bruhammydude said:

    Walter Gretzky died? That's sad. RIP

    I realized I was thinking about Wayne Gretzky in my head, so it was much bigger news for me, but its still sad either way.

  11. On 3/1/2021 at 3:57 PM, Sport said:

     

    That game was literally HARD to watch. Like it was physically uncomfortable. Why would the Bengals choose that opponent to wear their orange jerseys against? Why would the Browns in turn choose to wear their orange pants making the problem worse? Couldn't have worn their brown pants that day?

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oS4Z6LEryvk

     

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    Look at that silliness? 

    Was a wonderful game for someone who loves electric orange like me lol. But yeah, that was an awful contrast.

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