JimmyN64

When the UK takes over the NFL

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I like the Bills jerseys, but I personally would have put Verizon Wireless or M & T Bank as a sponsor.

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I like the mismatching shades of blue in the Cowboys set. They are different right, not just an illusion?

Does it come with two pairs of silver shorts, in mismatching colours as well?

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Just an observation but wouldn't Home Depot be a better sponser for the Falcons since Arthur Blank owns both?

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Fed-Ex Redskins!

Great design work and execution, but wow, this really shows how bad soccer jerseys look, they're fabric billboards.

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I don't want to detract from the awesomeness of these, because they're great, but can anyone tell me why I can't post a new topic? I recently registered and want to show some of my concepts...

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possibilities for the Titans: at&t/bellsouth, bridgestone, gaylord, nissan, purity dairy, st. thomas hospital, louisiana-pacific, firestone, oreck, cracker barrel, dollar general, tractor supply, singer sewing

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Fed-Ex Redskins!

Great design work and execution, but wow, this really shows how bad soccer jerseys look, they're fabric billboards.

fed ex is synonymous with memphis

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1- These kits look very nice. All of them so far. Good work, JimmyN64.

2- Others, stop attempting to use an "Associative Property" to sponsors. The wealthy rarely use their own funds or their company funds to sponsor their teams, unless under dire need.

They know that the properties they own are prime marketing tools for others, so others will be willing to give them money. Wouldn't JAX have "Shoe Carnival Stadium" by now if Weaver was that concerned? If a NFL team owner has a separate business, why don't they all have their company patch on the practice uniform?

The Agnelli family owns FIAT and Juventus, but they rarely sponsor the club. Fulham is owned by Harrods owner, Mohamed Al-Fayed, but they are not on the kit. Even in NASCAR, the team owners do not go to a company/marketing route unless necessary, and the last few years since most are in the auto industry, they thought it was necessary (Penske Auto). In the NFL, the Raiders and Air Asia had a marketing agreement and Air Asia has never flown to the US!

Throwing darts at Fortune 500 companies in a 50 mile radius from the team's stadium is OK, but very short sighted. Take note, JimmyN64.

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NY Jets- Foot Locker :P

Kansas City- Sprint (after the Sprint Center, the hockey arena)

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Fed-Ex Redskins!

Great design work and execution, but wow, this really shows how bad soccer jerseys look, they're fabric billboards.

fed ex is synonymous with memphis

yea but the Redskins stadium is FedEx Field, and if you've ever been there, it actually is orange, green, and purple! FedEx is a HUGE redskins sponsor

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I'll have you know that these concepts have been making the rounds on twitter amongst soccer geeks in the last few days.

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