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The Raiders also don't change much, other than a custom number font and the return of the AFL-era silver road numbers.



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For the Chargers, I basically went with a compromise between their current uniforms and the old-school AFL-era set.



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Love the Chargers; and as a Chiefs fan, THANK YOU FOR MAKING THE PANTS STRIPES MATCH. I like the new color scheme for the Titans but I think that the blue needs to more blueier.

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It's not flaked it's iridescent.

ir·i·des·cent

adjective

showing luminous colors that seem to change when seen from different angles.

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Tennessee is a no go. I'd stick with the blue and teal. Most of the others look good, i.e.: Jacksonville, Denver, San Diego.

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As a Chargers fan, I've always preferred how the Seau-era jerseys always kept the bolt on blue to match the helmet. The original powder blues didn't do this, nor does the current set, but it's just a personal preference. Other than that, good job.

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It's not flaked it's iridescent.

ir·i·des·cent

adjective

showing luminous colors that seem to change when seen from different angles.

And they achieved that iridescent effect by literally placing tiny flakes of luminous pigment throughout the helmet shell, which is why they were often referred to as "teal-flaked helmets" at the time.

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I am loving what you did with the Ravens. With just a few small changes, you made a good looking uniform into a great looking one, and created a look that fits the team's identity. With Pittsburgh, I initially didn't like what you did, but after looking at it again, I think it's a unique direction to take the look that stays true to, once again, the team's identity. That being said, I'm curious to see how the diamondplate would look on actual fabric. I'm not disliking the look, I'm just not 100% sold. And a quick question about the Texans; what would the helmet look like from the front or the back? I'd like to see how the helmet would look directly with the different colored shoulders. Overall though, excellent work here and I can't wait to see the NFC.

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I personally loved the '90s double-star uniforms and thought their gaudiness was perfect for the Cowboys' persona, so I updated them a bit and made them the full-time set. (Ideally, they'd also cut the crap and wear blue at home.) I also picked one shade of silver and one shade of blue, because their current color scheme is ridiculous. While I hate their current white jerseys, I retained them as a throwback for them to wear on Thanksgiving because they are classic, but I replaced the BFBS outlines on the sleeve stripes with silver ones.



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I kept the Giants fairly simple, but worked in more gray and used a consistent striping pattern. I also gave them a 1933 throwback alternate.



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Here's where it really becomes apparent that I finished the whole league in advance. McCoy got traded literally hours after I finished this concept; oh well. This set is based off the uniforms the Eagles - including Vince Papale - wore in the '70s. I kept their current midnight green color because it looks fantastic, is distinctive, and is not the problem with their current uniform set (the use of both black and charcoal at the same time is).



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Washington gets a new name, a new-old helmet design, and slight tweaks to the color scheme and uniforms.



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Texans: I actually love the dual colored sleeves. It mirrors the logo. Well done.

Jags: Kill all gradients.

Titans: Orange is not the new blue.

Broncos: I like going back to that era of jersey. I did the same thing in the redesign I've been working on.

Chiefs: We must have similar ideas because I also got rid of the black.

Chargers: Not a fan of the yellow alt.

Cowboys: Maybe try grey sleeves on the blue jersey.

Giants: I think the blue jersey needs a white or grey sleeve stripe to better match the road uni.

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Other than a consistent striping pattern and the Halas memorial patch moving to the front of the jersey, not much change for the Bears.



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Black is completely eliminated from the Lions' identity because IMO their color scheme looks better without it. The striping pattern is based on Barry Sanders' uniform cut from the '90s. The contrast between thick and thin striping also evokes Old English lettering, which as we know, is very relevant to Detroit.



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The only tweaks for the Packers are consistent striping and an alternate yellow-over-green combination. I generally really like their uniforms so I didn't want to change much.



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The Vikings get a slightly-tweaked version of this unused prototype design from 2004.



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Not liking Minnesota at all, especially the black alternate uniform.

Eagles - Awesome changeup for them. It'd definitely work.

Bears - I don't like GSH up front. I think ti works well sitting on the sleeves.

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I like your idea for the Lions a lot more than I thought I would. Not feeling the Packers' pants though... I think your striping pattern would remind most of us fans of the horrible Forrest Gregg era.

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Eagles- McCoy is a Bill now. Otherwise, I like these. They seem a bit old-timey, but I like.

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The Falcons get a modernized version of their Jerry Glanville-era uniforms, with striping based on their logo.



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The Panthers get a sleeker, more modern look with none of the annoying color-consistency issues of their current set.



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The Saints' color scheme undergoes a change, with gold and white being promoted over black. A wrought-iron pattern adds character to the sleeves while also referencing the architecture of the French Quarter.



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The Buccaneers were by far the most difficult team for me to design. IMO, they have never had a good uniform to draw from. I want to like the Creamsicles, but they're missing that awesome pewter color that the Bucs introduced with their following set, and to describe Bucco Bruce as tacky and dated would be a major understatement. The '90s uniforms are among the most overrated uniform sets on this site. The color distribution is horrible - instead of owning pewter, it's relegated to a tertiary color and left off the jerseys entirely in favor of redundant black trim. The current uniforms have the worst number font in sports and don't fix the color distribution issues of their predecessors, instead completely unnecessarily adding silver into an already-bloated color scheme. I eventually settled on promoting pewter and orange to top billing in their color scheme and a sleeve design that echoes their current sleeve stripe.



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The Cardinals' primary look gets a unique sleeve design that's somewhat of a cross between a stripe and a patch, based around the iconic state flag. The alternate also draws from the state flag, but in a different way.



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For the Seahawks, I decided to go completely off-the-wall. I brought back their 2002 color scheme, but elevated neon green to primary status. The striping pattern references both the current uniforms and the classic 1983-2001 look.



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(Again, you can tell these were done in advance - this was completed before Gore went to Indy.) Not much changes with the Niners' classic look other than better color distribution and fixing those horrible sleeve stripes.



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The Rams pretty much get the Greatest Show on Turf uniforms back verbatim, other than the number font and helmets that actually match the uniforms.



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