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NFL Mach Speed Concept Uniforms (Done in Paint)

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I'd rather see the purple jersey as primary.

Seconded, because it's unique (only worn by one other team). Before anyone says ravens aren't purple, lions aren't blue.

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I'd rather see the purple jersey as primary.

Seconded, because it's unique (only worn by one other team). Before anyone says ravens aren't purple, lions aren't blue.

Hmm... Good point though. By the following season, those purple concept unis will be relegated back to home status, while the black will become the alts again.

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BUFFALO BILLS

For the team that "circles the wagons", their uniforms somehow remain the same, with subtle changes in the helmet (it's now navy/red/blue/red/navy instead of the current navy/blue/red/blue/navy) and in the pants (red is the inner thick trim, blue/white is the inner stripe). The blue facemask makes its return, as, I think, it looks much better than the gray facemask. Though I had the idea of having a red alternate uniform, I think it's better for the Bills not to have it, since they have worn blue as the dark uniforms from the beginning. Instead of a red alternate, I brought back the home version of their current throwbacks.

Home 1:

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Home 2:

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Road 1:

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Road 2:

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Throwback:

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CAROLINA PANTHERS

I think that the Panthers look good in all-black, although I assume that from the preseason to the first weeks of the regular season, they wear their whites at home. Black helmets step in, and silver is relegated to trim/accent color. Their tops will not be cluttered anymore, as I removed their sleeve logo, and the TV numbers replace it. The font for both the numbers and the NOB are now italicized and un-"block"-ed, as the way it should be.

Home 1:

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Home 2:

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Road 1:

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Road 2:

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Alternate 1:

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Alternate 2:

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i really fell like if you had the revo speed your template and concept would benifit alot

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Buffalo: You didn't change anything here, which I think is fine. I would like to see what a red jersey with white pants would look like.

Carolina: The grey muddles the look since you didn't use it anywhere else. I'd replace it with white.

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Buffalo: You didn't change anything here, which I think is fine. I would like to see what a red jersey with white pants would look like.

Carolina: The grey muddles the look since you didn't use it anywhere else. I'd replace it with white.

I might go back to the drawing board for the Bills' red jersey, but I always thought of Bills as a primarily blue team, although they had red helmets in the past. As for Carolina, it's a good suggestion, but, as much as possible, I would like to preserve the Panthers' colors, which they have been using since their beginning. Thanks, as always.

Anyway, are there any other comments, especially with my Falcons concept unis?

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i really fell like if you had the revo speed your template and concept would benifit alot

At first, I thought that Revo Speed is a jersey template, but, actually, it's the helmet.

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Alright, since there are no recent comments anymore about the other concept unis, it's time to move on...

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CHICAGO BEARS

Ever since 1961, "Da Bears" have inconsistency in their uniform tops: three orange stripes outlined in white on dark unis, navy-white-orange-white-navy on the white, which somehow bugs me. That's why for this concept, I patterned the sleeve striping from their whites, and put a gap on the center stripe for George Halas' memorial. I left the pants as they are, however, because, I think, it's better-looking than implementing the sleeve stripes on the pants. And, for some reason, I brought back the orange jersey. It can be paired with white pants or navy pants (combo was last worn in 1939).

Home:

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Road 1:

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Road 2:

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Alternate 1:

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Alternate 2:

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I love that you put John 14:6 on your page, mch925. For real, that's great. Not sarcastic. God is Good.

Great jerseys by the way. Just curious why Mach speed?

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I love that you put John 14:6 on your page, mch925. For real, that's great. Not sarcastic. God is Good.

Great jerseys by the way. Just curious why Mach speed?

I know that NFL currently uses Elite 51, while other players, specifically some 'Phins, use the Pro Bowl template. I just would like to see what would NFL team uniforms look like when the Mach Speed is implemented.

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Any other comments with "Da" Concepts?

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Since there are no more comments on "Da" concepts, I'm moving onto the Battle of Ohio, a.k.a. Bengals and Browns.

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I'm enjoying this thread so far. Looking forward to the Saints.

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I'm enjoying this thread so far. Looking forward to the Saints.

Thanks for the appreciation! My arrangement for the concepts is alphabetical, though. But, I think it's worth the wait...

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CINCINNATI BENGALS

For the Bengals, I mixed their next uniform eras after the Browns look-alikes. I brought back the tiger stripe-filled shoulder stripes, but with a modern touch. The pants' design were somehow retained, with the addition of the bengal head logo and making all the tiger stripes colored black. I also added an orange jersey, with dark orange tiger stripes on black shoulder stripe. I tried the inverse of that, but that did not go well. For all uniform sets, orange upper socks will be used, to mimic the old-school unis (before adding the full-body tiger logo in 1997).

Home 1:

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Home 2:

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Road 1:

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Road 2:

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Alternate 1:

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Alternate 2:

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CLEVELAND BROWNS

Alright, there is a widespread dislike with the current Browns unis. For me, I somehow like the sleeve striping, except for the extension to the front. Orange numbers look good on white, but definitely not on brown. Anyway, my Browns concepts retain some of the elements of the current kits, but with noticeable differences: the sleeve stripes do not extend to the front, full striping and no "Browns" wordmark on the sides of the pants, white numbers on brown and orange jerseys, and smaller wordmarks on the front of the jersey ("Browns" on brown and white, "Cleveland" on orange). Advanced apologies for the traditionalists, because I retained the all-brown set, with the exception of orange upper socks, and an advanced "I hope you like it" statement for them as well, because I did not include an all-orange set. That looks good on Bowling Green, but not on the Browns.

Home 1:

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Home 2:

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Home 3:

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Road 1:

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Road 2:

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Road 3:

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Alternate 1:

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Alternate 2:

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I actually like the Orange numbers on the away jersey because, if you were to change the home numerals to white as you have here, the numbers would essentially match up with the stripes. The inner color on the stripes becomes the main numeral color and the outer stripe color becomes the piping.

Also I'm asuming you've ditched the contrasting stitching?

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I actually like the Orange numbers on the away jersey because, if you were to change the home numerals to white as you have here, the numbers would essentially match up with the stripes. The inner color on the stripes becomes the main numeral color and the outer stripe color becomes the piping.

Also I'm asuming you've ditched the contrasting stitching?

Yes, I ditched the contrasting stitching, because aside from being a Paint-utilized concept, it is distracting for me, taking a closer look.

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