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IM BACK!!!!!!!!!!

Well after an overwhelming response to my previous thread called 'NBA urban' I'm back with NFL urban which will have more emphasis on the teams crowd and the fans than on national landmarks so I hope you enjoy it now starting off with the official NFL logo

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If it's urban doesn't that just mean streets and stuff so basically for this thread it's either fans, monuments or streets

Here are your New York Jets!!!!!!!

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You're calling this NFL Urban, not NFL Fans. I really feel like if this thread is called NFL Urban, it should have at least something to do with they city.

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I like your variety, everyone including me like how your imputing not only landmarks, but also landscapes etc.

I'm not a big fan of the fan concepts, but I do have one problem and that's the title. When you say Urban, you are talking about the city and only the city area.

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For the Packers, I'd recommend this:
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That's outside of Green Bay's Titletown Brewery, a restaurant in a converted train station. When the Packers Hall of Fame was moved into the Stadium Atrium, the statue was bought by the Brewery and moved. After Donald Driver's retirement, they repainted it from a generic #88 to be his likeness.

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IM BACK!!!!!!!!!!

Well after an overwhelming response to my previous thread called 'NBA urban' I'm back with NFL urban which will have more emphasis on the teams crowd and the fans than on national landmarks so I hope you enjoy it now starting off with the official NFL logo

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really? that disgusts me

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