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Not sure if y'all can tell from the picture but you can see the blue reflection of the first I on the right side of the trophy in the new logo. Same treatment besides that. I'm not a fan of this new trend post-50 of excluding city specific info. They haven't even put the city in LI or LII. Really hate this and makes me nervous as to what color they're going to randomly assign ATL in 2019.

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13 minutes ago, BlazerBlaze said:

Not sure if y'all can tell from the picture but you can see the blue reflection of the first I on the right side of the trophy in the new logo. Same treatment besides that. I'm not a fan of this new trend post-50 of excluding city specific info. They haven't even put the city in LI or LII. Really hate this and makes me nervous as to what color they're going to randomly assign ATL in 2019.

 

I'll predict ATL will be assigned peach. Miami will be teal, LA will be yellow. 

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16 minutes ago, bowld said:

Could it be that Red is used for AFC teams and blue for NFC? Red in Houston followed by Blue in Minnesota 

 

Not the same shade of blue used in the NFC logo.

 

I think Houston got red because of their host committee logo, which was predominantly red. This shade of light blue is also used in Minnesota's host committee logo too. 

 

Edit: Font appears to be the same blue used. 

 

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6 minutes ago, CitizenTino said:

Kinda wonder what they'll do with the field. A blue-trimmed logo on a field with those wonky Vikings numbers on the yard lines and purple-trimmed 25-yard lines will look strange to say the least.

They likely wouldn't keep and Vikings branded parts of the turf and replace it to fit the NFL's

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