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3 hours ago, Jacobseye said:

In 1995 There was talks about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers moving to Orlando. It never Happened, But what if it did

 

In 1996 they go for a black helmet and the Jolly Roger skull from the 1997 logo

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And In 2014, a complete overhaul, New logo, new helmet, new jerseys, and a new font

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In 1998 Orlando came close to getting an MLB Team, But Tampa Bay was chosen over them. What if they took the Rays .Sun Rays was a proposed name in 1993. but I'll take

the sting ray theme instead due to it being more intimidating there was an Orlando rays minor league team, so this is going to help

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In 2008, Same color scheme, new logo set

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There you have it! 5 teams in Orlando including Orlando City and the Solar Bears

Loving this idea! Orlando everything! 

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On 8/30/2016 at 7:54 PM, PackMan said:

What if the Portsmouth Spartans keep the Spartan brand in Detroit?

Detroit never drops the Spartan Nickname but still keep Honolulu blue and silver because the Vikings will eventually take the scheme.

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In 1990 the logo is changed to a Spartan HelmetDetroit Spartans 1990-2008.png

Following a disaster 2008 season, the logo is given more detail. I loosely based it off their current uniforms

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from now on, I want to do this city by city.

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What if there is no USFL in the 80's? The NFL could have had these cities have teams that start play in 1986:

 

1. Phoenix:  They had a group that formed in 1984. They were going to call the team the Firebirds. Thomas Stoen would have been the owner, and ex-Packer legend Bart Starr was going to be the HC.

 

2. Indianapolis: In an alternate world, they don't find out about the eminent domain case from the state, so the team is seized before they can leave town. That finally gets Pete Rozelle's attention, and a compromise is worked out. The Irsay's get an expansion team in Indy, and the Colts get to stay in Baltimore.

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Here is a fact. The founder of the Atlanta Falcons was a graduate of The University of Georgia, which explain why the teams colors are red and black. What if he went to Georgia Tech? The color scheme would obviously be different.

 

Starting In 1966, the the helmet is white, Numbers and pants are dark grey. And Jersey is gold

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In 2004,Blue is incorporated and the brand is given a huge makeover/upgrade

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On 9/5/2016 at 7:51 PM, New York's Greatest said:

What if the Brooklyn Americans never folded? Or What if the New York Islanders became the New York/Brooklyn Americans during their move to Brooklyn?

The Islanders change to the Brooklyn  Americans after moving to Brooklyn and replace orange with silver. The logo is Based off the 1930s Americans logo.

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On 9/8/2016 at 10:26 AM, Uglybus said:

 

What if Oklahoma City got an NHL expansion team in the 90s?

 

I'm not sure about what happens to the Thunder, either the NHL team boosts the Sonic's chances of moving, or it deters them from the area, Anyway lets get to the concept

 

I named the team the OKC Cowboys and used the crimson and cream (not the exact shades) and orange from Oklahoma State

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3 hours ago, Jacobseye said:

I'm not sure about what happens to the Thunder, either the NHL team boosts the Sonic's chances of moving, or it deters them from the area, Anyway lets get to the concept

 

I named the team the OKC Cowboys and used the crimson and cream (not the exact shades) and orange from Oklahoma State

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The Sonics were purchased by a group of oil tycoons because they wanted Oklahoma to be a "big league city". If OKC revived an NHL team, then the group of investors wouldn't have needed to exist. 

 

The Sonics would have to sell their team to someone like in real life, and the other group looking to buy the team would've moved them to San Jose. Would they still be the sonics, or would they have changed names?

 

On to the concept, I don't think Cowboys would work because Oklahoma State is right there. The colors are great, though. 

2 hours ago, PackMan said:

Love it. Makes me wonder if OKC could become a 4-team (or 5-team if MLS is included) city. The Cowboys could have been an option for Winnipeg's relocation.

OKC would never be able to hold 5 teams. We are way to small of a city to be able to hold that many franchises. The only league I can see coming to the city would be the MLS. 

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