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  1. Another interesting fact, all teams that won the Super Bowl . . . beat a team in the Super Bowl
  2. The NFL Europe League has released the logo for World Bowl XIII. Looks like the old Texas Rangers star with Tropicana font "World Bowl XIII" centered on it. www.nfleurope.com
  3. They'll probably be on the authentics, not really necessary though. we know they're making them.
  4. My old high school has about four different jerseys and pant sets to choose from.
  5. I would throw the logo on the sleeves or slide the numbers down. I'm not a fan of empty sleeves.
  6. I like the Eagles uni's, missing a grey set though. LOL.
  7. Looks more like a revamped logo for the All Star cafe
  8. it's possible that any jerseys made in the early 1900's would have sashes running in opposite directions. Heck, NFL jerseys weren't really standardized until the early 80's. I was watching old Miami footage where some guys had tackle twill and others had screened numbers. Different numbers of stripes as well on some of the guys. And these weren't cut off sleeves either.
  9. If they are winning in them, teams don't like to toss then aside. i.e. 49ers in 1994.
  10. The first jerseys pictured were an emergency issue. The fans just about rioted when Boca showed the others. The term "soccer mad country", . . . yeah it applies here.
  11. I think they wore them twice. Haven't seen them lately though
  12. Red facemasks and red trim on the jersey, but not a red jersey or helmet
  13. They don't have one. Not that I've been able to track down. Any time I've done a search it only takes me to dealers. Funny, huh?
  14. Yuk! black red and navy blue and silver don't match. Personally I'm sick of the "let's throw black in there" movement. When it's subtle like Tampa Bay I don't mind. When it's something like the Eagles alt, yeah i hate it.
  15. MJWalker45

    Mr. 3000

    It was filmed in Milwaukee actually.
  16. Columbus changed to Nike block numbers. Last years numbers were better. Nashville looked good, but maybe should've been given a different uniform since they look almost identical to Austin save the light blue trim and Austin's silver helmets. How hard is it for Nike to recreate Chicago's numbers, parts are skinny, sure. But they're Nike! San Jose looked like they had a Denver cut jersey and I couldn't tell if the "SJ" was still there. Dallas and Philly are wearing uni's from the same folks who made them last year. Atlectica, the outfitters for 85% of the Mexican 1st Division, and Mitchell & Ness. Austin looked like they didn't hand out numbers til the day of the game. They should have had a better number font. I only saw the Chicago vs Dallas game live. Teh rest i saw from highlights. Someone please tell me that Las Vegas ditched those ugly numbers they had last year. Or does SFC outfit them for one more year?
  17. get rid of the M, and use a different number 1. Only one team should use a 1 like that, Chicago.
  18. Remember that Virginia Texh uses the same template as Kentucky. The only difference being the piping across the yoke. And Miami's uni's are pretty nice. Just depends on the colors used though
  19. It looks like something is on the shorts of the throwback, but the light is blocking it out
  20. This is the best package I've seen yet. Now if only I could trust the Cards to not screw it up and come up with something that looks like the Bengals
  21. I like that Pro Bowl jersey a lot. Hopefully the pants will be more like the Packers and less like what they've worn the last couple years. And I hope they don't outfit the AFC in all red. That'd be gross
  22. I think it was to celebrate Adolfo's 100th start with Chivas. The Mexican League is a little different in terms of numbers. Chivas allows some players to have their nickname, "Bofo", or first name, Osvaldo, on thier uniforms. And until this season when Reebok started making their uni's, Osvaldo had his own keeper set, not made by the same company as the team.
  23. It's kinda hard to make out the UCLA, I thought it was Tulsa until they showed a close up
  24. Looks like Adidas is making sure the y retake the lead they had over Nike. Of course if Nike budged in and snuck off the top three sides in England, Adidas would be absolutely red faced.