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1. I like white facemasks.

2. I hate pinstripes on all uniforms, including the Yankees.

3. Not sure if this is an unpopular opinion, but I think the current Chargers uniforms are atrocious.

4. I don't think the Browns have a bad uniform, and am actually a fan of their uniforms before their 2006 gray facemask redesign.

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Even though I wish they wore maroon instead of scarlet, I think the Phillies script and cap logo are both very strong and do not look dated to me.

I really like the pattern sublimated in the Seahawks numbers. The set has some color balance issues that could be fixed, but the pattern on the numbers is not the problem.

I'm not a fan of the idea of giving the Orioles a cap with a B on it. The O's cap can go. Whether its the cartoon or realistic bird, the Orioles should wear a bird logo on their caps.

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NFL teams should always have wordmarks right under the collar. Jacksonville's soccer crest and Tampa Bay's complete absence of a wordmark are two major flaws that both of these uniforms suffer from.

See, I'd be happier if none of the NFL jerseys had wordmarks. Especially when they're as tiny as the ones NFL teams use. All they do is add visual clutter.

I agree with this guy.

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If the Islanders introduced THIS version of their jerseys for 1995-96 and NOT the Gorton's Fishsticks version, the backlash wouldn't have been as severe and it would have lasted a few more seasons into the 2000s.

Really, without the infamous Fishstick guy logo.... it's not THAT bad.

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I miss the Astros old red and black uniforms, and the old mountains Jazz set. So good!

I also much prefer the Orioles current script to the old seventies script. I think the current one is perfect.

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I love the Astros' rainbow jerseys and don't find them ugly. When you are a team based in the city of space launches, having colors of red, orange, and yellow are especially fitting. The gold/blue look just didn't cut it 20 years ago, and it still doesn't now.

The Astros don't play in Cape Canaveral.

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This is a terrible logo

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This. Even if it was a decent logo, it's way too retro-looking to be brought back anyway.

It's not the logo that looks to "retro" it's the colors. Sort of like how Forest Green and White (Not including Boston) is in Baskettball

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I love the Astros' rainbow jerseys and don't find them ugly. When you are a team based in the city of space launches, having colors of red, orange, and yellow are especially fitting. The gold/blue look just didn't cut it 20 years ago, and it still doesn't now.

The Astros don't play in Cape Canaveral.

You know, the line isn't "Cape Canaveral, we have a problem."

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I love the Astros' rainbow jerseys and don't find them ugly. When you are a team based in the city of space launches, having colors of red, orange, and yellow are especially fitting. The gold/blue look just didn't cut it 20 years ago, and it still doesn't now.

The Astros don't play in Cape Canaveral.

You know, the line isn't "Cape Canaveral, we have a problem."

The previous post said "city of space launches." The launches are in Cape Canaveral. Mission Control is in Houston.

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