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NFL Helmet Nose Bumpers - Logo or Wordmark?


Sean F&F

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Now that Riddell is no longer the official helmet of the NFL, their name doesn't appear on the front of the helmet. Before, if a player didn't have a Riddell helmet, it would be blank or have a logo on it. Now every team has to do this.

I've seen both wordmarks and logos and I prefer the wordmark. I think the logo, when it's the same as the helmet logo, is just too much of the same thing.

The Patriots have their main logo for their nose bumper.

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49ers too

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Colts have the wordmark

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Browns too

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What do you guys prefer?

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If the logo isn't on the helmet I think the logo works (The Browns couls use the B football logo on their bumper), otherwise I prefer the wordmark. If a team has a secondary logo I think that works too, otherwise I feel like it's just repetitive.

Course, unless I'm forgetting a team, only the Bengals and Browns don't use a logo on their helmet.

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If the logo isn't on the helmet I think the logo works (The Browns couls use the B football logo on their bumper), otherwise I prefer the wordmark. If a team has a secondary logo I think that works too, otherwise I feel like it's just repetitive.

Course, unless I'm forgetting a team, only the Bengals and Browns don't use a logo on their helmet.

And the Vikings, Rams, and Eagles...
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