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  1. It seems like the helmet the woman is holding is a different brand than the Ekeler #30 helmet. There’s more real estate between the the 81 and the bolt than the 30 and the bolt on the first helmet. The 81 helmet looks much better.
  2. It seems like the helmet the woman is holding is a different brand than the Ekeler #30 helmet. There’s more real estate between the the 81 and the bolt than the 30 and the bolt on the first helmet. The 81 helmet looks much better.
  3. The Chargers will probably wear their powder blues at home a maximum of four times. They will have at least two with the color rush, maybe a third. And they normally wear white at home in September.
  4. I dunno. I’d give the Pats a 7/0 frame and the Falcons a tossed the bowling ball into the next lane and crashed into the pin changing gate.
  5. The closer look at that helmet is revealing. It looks a little weird with the lack of dark color. A black outline with black numbers, preferably in a thinner font, would look much better. Or just drop the number altogether if they don’t want to change the outline of the bolt.
  6. Prediction: the all navy uniform will be treated as the alternate and will get used a lot. I like they brought back the numbers on the helmet but the font looks really out of place. I guess I need to see it in real time.
  7. They’re both labeled color rush but I guess technically speaking the numbers allowed line up.
  8. Why do they get two alternate jerseys? Did they change the rule?
  9. Curious as to why the earliest date for the AFL logos is 1970? I know that’s when the merger happened but the NFL recognizes all of the original AFL history.
  10. The question was “How often has a team a year after a major overhaul changed uniforms? ”. 1977 Padres uniform: 1978: Not a “major overhaul”? Then they changed in 79 and 80. Is that not what the OP asked? Is that “playing loose”?
  11. 1978/79/80 Padres. 1978: 1979: 1980:
  12. The Padres have been wearing their Sunday military tribute pants with the BP jerseys as well.
  13. I was watching something on MLB .com and they interviewed Mark Grant at the Padres fantasy camp. He was wearing what he claimed to be the BP jersey.