Fred T. Jane

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  1. Well, I don't claim to be a real graphical artist, but I threw something together kinda based on your second design. I traced your drawing, and put it on a jersey. C+C as always.
  2. Like Mac said there is a reason why the rules are in place. They are there to make it easier for the refs (and fans) to tell a players position on the field. Whether or not they are an eligible receiver. The excuse for the fans is pretty lame. Anyone at a hockey game ever say "Gee, I wish the NHL made defencemen wear specific numbers so we'd know who they were!" Heck, they don't even wear numbers for test cricket. Don't see anyone crying about that either. I can understand at least the reasoning for eligibility, but you can always make a down lineman eligible in formation, putting the reasoning on not-quite-solid foundation. Besides, if a referee can't tell the difference between a wide receiver and a left tackle, he should invest in thicker glasses...
  3. Well, the Senators now have home ice throughout the playoffs now...
  4. GOAL! WOOHOO DIE RED WINGS DIE! *ahem* I feel better now. [edit] Man, erase a 2 goal deficit to go up 4-3 late in the 3rd? Watch out whoever the Oilers play in the 2nd round!
  5. Looks like either Cereal or Detergeant. My choice? The jerseys were even better!
  6. I think he means this... the 1997 NHL All Star Game
  7. I may be in the minority, but I dig the name on the sleeve on the first concept. Perhaps with the flames' font and the older style striping on the sleeve (leave the lame stripe on the front in the dust bin where it belongs)?
  8. what do you have to lose? Thousands of dollars. Eh, the Saints are doing the same with Adrian McPherson, who is their 3rd-string QB. Perhaps Mr. Vick should tear up the AFL first before the NFL looks at him.
  9. Spend more money? I guess the $US 62.5 million payroll in 2004 wasn't enough for your tastes?
  10. ...and yet somehow this doesn't change the fact that the Maple Leafs are fighting each other for the good tee times right about now. Well, I say the Leafs petition the NHL to contract the league by at least 22 teams so they'll have a reaslistic shot at winning the Cup again. They seem only to be able to do it when the NHL has 8 teams or fewer. I think your math is a little off...you named 2 teams too many. Hey, I like the Leafs logic in gettin good on the greens so when Ottawa joins them they will be able to whoop them...just like they were whooped on ice... Actually, my math is perfectly correct. The Leafs won the Stanley Cup in 1932, when the NHL had 8 teams in the league, the most ever in the league in a year where the Leafs won the Stanley Cup. Of course, you could have Chicago help you out with the proposal because they seem to have almost the same problem, except they won the Cup when the NHL had 9 teams (1934).
  11. ...and yet somehow this doesn't change the fact that the Maple Leafs are fighting each other for the good tee times right about now. Well, I say the Leafs petition the NHL to contract the league by at least 22 teams so they'll have a reaslistic shot at winning the Cup again. They seem only to be able to do it when the NHL has 8 teams or fewer.
  12. Not to mention the fact he isn't a polished QB like Leinart is. Texas ran a really simple system, so Vince had better prove the Wonderlic rumour false, lest he get run over by complicated defencive schemes, especially in the AFC South with fast defences in Indy and Jacksonville that can contain him despite his speed.
  13. Easily the best hit of the NHL playoffs so far was Buffalo's Brian Campbell's laying out Flyers center R.J. Umberger in Game 1 of their series. And while I'm not a Flyers fan, I bet watching a low-scoring center get knocked senseless in a playoff loss made many Philadelphians nostalgic for the days of Eric Lindros. --DJ Gallo, ESPN.com
  14. I don't see the Ducks or Flames advancing to the Finals, as when they're done duking it out, they won't have much left to keep on going tbh...
  15. If that's the case, I'm surprised the NCAA hasn't banned the use of the Syracuse Orange nickname. They stopped using the Native American mascot in the late 70's because of pressure from Native American students, and now we have Otto the Orange. Since they changed the mascot and have since changed the nickname to just "Orange" they shouldn't have any problems. But what happens when Tropicana and Minute Maid object?
  16. Well, Ottawa just punched their ticket to the second round. Now, who will they play?
  17. I'm digging it. It's perfectly cartoony for a kid's team. Though I have a question, are you going to do a body, or is the head going to be it?
  18. Well, the ones on the image are the replacements for this one below. I made the newer ones above because someone suggested that they looked like leaves...
  19. To quote ESPN... So which one's a bigger reach?
  20. You're correct. Matt Leinart on Broadway up next?
  21. Well, Reggie Bush is a Saint. Man, I may have to rethink my hatred for the Saints.
  22. OK, Mario Williams was just taken. Jets are reportedly talking with the Saints to swap picks so they can nab Reggie Bush. Hehehe, go Saints, way to screw up your franchise (again)!