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NFL Captain's C's


StevieY19

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What if the player is a captain for more than 4 years?

well...considering it's the Lions, I'm pretty sure they wont be around the team 4 years.... I don't know about this. It's not a bad gesture to have a captain's patch, but five, even in football is bit excessive.

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I think on UniWatch it was reported that all teams were doing this. I agree with most, it's a good idea but badly executed. I think it is going to be hard to see the C let alone if a star is colored in or not. I think the best idea would be to put a C on the back of the helmet.

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The Bears just anounced their captains and they have five as well. They have two offense, two defense, and one special teams. There weren't any pictures of the captain's jerseys, though.

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how many :censored:ing captains does one sports team need

Under NFL rules a captain is to be on the field at all times, so 5 sounds about right actually.

Hey! You stop letting logic get in the way of someone bitching! It's unAmerican!

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I really don't understand the white/empty stars thing on the Captains' patches. What, if the captain gets a second year, are we expected to believe they strip the patch off the old jersey, color in the white star with magic marker, and sew it onto the new season's jersey? Besides, on TV, every captain's going to look like he has four stars of an indistinct color on his patch.

And I never knew about the texture/netting on the Bucs' captains' jerseys. That is incredibly subtle, and quite classy. Just another reason to love the Creamsicles.

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