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Navy would definitely be the most bland route to go, and the division already has a team in the Seahawks which has that look covered albeit they pull it off well.

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34 minutes ago, Gothamite said:


Oh, my eyes.  Why’d you have to go and post that abomination?  😛

 

I think navy tends to look better on screens than on the field.  Brighter, more vibrant, whereas it gets kind of dour and blah on uniforms, especially under artificial light. 

Touché

 

More this than that. I'm good with these colors. Would still prefer a dark royal though. 

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Again, it all depends on the light. 
 

I’d still prefer something more like Dodger Blue. Has the depth of navy but is richer.  Kind of splitting the difference between a straight royal and navy. 
 

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The NFL desperately needs to loosen their jersey regulations. Is selling 1-2 extra jerseys really worth letting your league's brand look like this? The NHL Winnipeg Jets had 2 months to come up with new branding, and were able to pull it off. 

 

No reason for the NFL not to allow the Rams to wear LA throwbacks for 2-3 years before they move into their new stadium. No one in LA wanted those navy jerseys anyway.

 

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40 minutes ago, kw11333 said:

The NFL desperately needs to loosen their jersey regulations. Is selling 1-2 extra jerseys really worth letting your league's brand look like this? The NHL Winnipeg Jets had 2 months to come up with new branding, and were able to pull it off. 

 

No reason for the NFL not to allow the Rams to wear LA throwbacks for 2-3 years before they move into their new stadium. No one in LA wanted those navy jerseys anyway.

 

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They did let them wear the throwbacks for 2 years. Also, it was the Rams choice to go with this look initially when they moved to LA. That wasn't on the NFL.

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18 minutes ago, PaleVermilion81 said:

 

They did let them wear the throwbacks for 2 years. Also, it was the Rams choice to go with this look initially when they moved to LA. That wasn't on the NFL.

I meant home/away throwbacks.

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2 hours ago, kw11333 said:

I meant home/away throwbacks.

They could’ve done that, no one was stopping them but themselves. But the Rams wanted their new uniforms to coincide with the new stadium though, so they decided to run with the mismatched mess. It’s on them, not the NFL

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Can’t wait for Nike and LA to roll out uniforms like these next year.

 

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In all seriousness, wouldn’t surprise me one bit if they went with something like this. All yellow monochrome, updated ram horns design and a unique chest stripe that also is a horn design on the shoulder.

(I found this online, it linked to a YouTube video which didn’t credit the artist.)

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4 minutes ago, BellaSpurs said:

Can’t wait for Nike and LA to roll out uniforms like these next year.

 

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In all seriousness, wouldn’t surprise me one bit if they went with something like this. All yellow monochrome, updated ram horns design and a unique chest stripe that also is a horn design on the shoulder.

(I found this online, it linked to a YouTube video which didn’t credit the artist.)

 

No, no. I really don't see that happening.

 

Nike would never give a new Uniform Traditional Block Font! 😁

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On 1/4/2020 at 6:36 PM, dont care said:

That was more than a concept, that’s what the AP set was.

 

Nope... the 2006 uniform had a stripe that sort of referenced a horn... this is what I'm talking about;

 

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Horns on the shoulder do not makes sense.

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Apparently, the seats in Sofi stadium are painted dark blue/navy.

 

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15 hours ago, jn8 said:

They could’ve done that, no one was stopping them but themselves. But the Rams wanted their new uniforms to coincide with the new stadium though, so they decided to run with the mismatched mess. It’s on them, not the NFL


In their defense, the stadium did get delayed by a year. 

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12 hours ago, colortv said:

Apparently, the seats in Sofi stadium are painted dark blue/navy.

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Probably just a neutral color so it works for both the Rams and Chargers.

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Thought I remember reading somewhere the seats were color changing or perhaps that was in the concept stages.

But the odds are good for the navy and yellow imo.

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I'd like to see the Rams go yellow for the jersey. Navy pants, white pants, even yellow pants, whatever. But it would tie in perfectly well to LA and it would be nice to see someone step up and "own" the colour like the Predators or Lakers have done.

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15 hours ago, colortv said:

Apparently, the seats in Sofi stadium are painted dark blue/navy.

 

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Seat color often doesn't mean anything and usually is just a neutral color - the seats in Citizens Bank Park (Phillies) are blue for instance. or the Oracle park seats are green.  Metlife has gray seats.

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And dark colors are preferable over bright colors because empty seats don’t stand out as much.  Just ask Pittsburgh if they’re regretting the gold. 
 

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Black would camouflage the problem a whole lot better. 
 

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Even if the Chargers were going with powder blue exclusively, and the Rams with royal blue, I could easily still see the seats as a neutral navy. 

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24 minutes ago, Gothamite said:

And dark colors are preferable over bright colors because empty seats don’t stand out as much.  Just ask Pittsburgh if they’re regretting the gold. 

Yep, there is a reason the Pistons and Red Wings changed the lower bowl seats at LCA from red to black after one season.

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Plus, navy is more of a neutral color that would fit the Rams, Chargers, and all the other events planned for the venue.

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Admittedly, I haven't paid much attention to what the Rams have been using as wordmarks since the move back to L.A. But the mark they're using at the top of the team's homepage seemed unusual to me. Have they been using this for a while? 

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