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2016 NFL Season week by week uniform match-up combos


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Remember any combos posted during the course of this thread prior to game taking place or posted prior to any announcement by the team are an assumption and will be updated as needed. Please give me 24 to 48 hours after a game to post corrections as 99% of the time I am not able to sit and post at the time of the game(s).

 

Regular Season Week 8 (Part1) (BYES: Giants, Rams, Ravens, Dolphins, Steelers, 49ers)
Jaguars @ Titans
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Redskins @ Bengals (Wembley)
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Chiefs @ Colts
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Raiders @ Buccaneers
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Seahawks @ Saints
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3 hours ago, leopard88 said:

 

. . . except that uniform is supposed to be worn with a red helmet, not a black one.  The black ones weren't introduced until the Jerry Glanville era.

 

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That said, those uniforms look really good with the black helmet.

 

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While it looked really good, I still found this odd. The league is allowing fauxbacks? Or are we just going to get really lax about throwback accuracy now like in 94 when a bunch of teams just didn't bother to get a second set of correctly colored helmets (Jets, Cowboys, 49ers, and Bills off the top of my head)?

 

 

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From the waist up Matt Ryan and Chris Chandler are wearing the same uniform. The black jerseys from the red-helmeted throwbacks are the same as the Glanville 2 Legit 2 Quit/Super Bowl/Vick jerseys and they haven't worn those throwbacks since the league instituted the one helmet rule however many years ago. It would've been just as easy for them to produce some accurate silver pants as it was for those white ones. They have all the equipment to throwback to a specific uniform in team history, but chose to throwback to another which league rules rendered inaccurate. It'd be like if the Jets wore 80's throwbacks, but with their white helmet shells. Wouldn't look bad, but wouldn't be true to history either. 

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I get that it's historically inaccurate, but it still looks fantastic. The white pants really pull the look together IMO. The silver pants would be fine as a road option, I guess, even though it seems like an unnecessary extra color, but at home the white pants just work. 

 

 

Ive always the Falcons should be a black and white team with just a few touches of red. Nothing more, nothing less. 

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2 hours ago, slats7 said:

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Your Dallas graphic is way off. You seem to be using the same color for the pants and the helmet patina, when in reality they're noticeably different (metallic blue helmet vs. seafoam green pants).

 

 

 

They are the right colors, the helmets are the blue silver, and pants silver green

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Teams really pick some questionable games to wear their alternate jerseys. This week alone we had the Bengals wearing orange against an orange team and the Broncos wearing navy against a navy team. In a couple weeks we the Chargers wearing powder blue against a powder blue team (Titans). What is the thought process in these decisions?

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On 10/23/2016 at 7:06 PM, BrandMooreArt said:

thought the '66 throwbacks looked even better today in the sun than they did last year on Monday Night

 

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I'm one of the few that's loves their current set, but my god these are perfect.  

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The Dolphins really need to slap the 97 logo on the helmets of those uniforms and call it it day. They're beautiful.

 

 

They could even leave the navy blue in the logo as a logo only color and it would give them an excuse to still be able to sell navy merchandise.

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14 hours ago, dont care said:

They are different in the graphic, the difference is just much more noticeable in real life because the materials are different. 

Yes, as don't care stated they are different but monitor display doesn't really show the difference like the two different materials do in real life. The color value is taken from official documents from the Cowboys. The RGB value for the helmet is 186/202/211 and the RGB value for the home pants is 192/214/220.

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It's shocking to me that the NFL, with all its other restrictions protecting the brand, allows this to happen. You should avoid at all costs wearing an exact flip of the opposing team's jersey/pants. Especially when the helmets are the same color. Neither of these games needed to look this way:

 

 

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1 hour ago, hawk36 said:

It's shocking to me that the NFL, with all its other restrictions protecting the brand, allows this to happen. You should avoid at all costs wearing an exact flip of the opposing team's jersey/pants. Especially when the helmets are the same color. Neither of these games needed to look this way:

 

 

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I don't argue with your tastes, but I can't imagine the NFL having the interest in the visual look of an individual game that we do on this part of the interweb.

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