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2008 Oregon Ducks sleeve pattern? Really?

It's more appropriate for the Steelers than it was for Oregon, for which it made no sense whatsoever.

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The updated font looks much more solid. And I know everyone says the pattern looks too Oregon, but diamond-plate steel pattern does look better on the Steelers.

Couple of things:

- The right pant stripe on the 3/4 view doesn't wrap around the back of the knee like the left one does.

- I would make the wordmark on the back helmet bumper black, as the yellow is barely visible.

- Maybe try to incorporate the traditional Steelers stripes in the concept somehow.

- Bring the front/back numbers down and make them a little bigger. On the actual ProCombat sets, they actually do overlap the seams on the jersey.

Pretty good work, keep at it.

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As a Dolphins fan, I have to say I hate this. For what it is, the execution is perfect. However, the current team is constantly haunted by the shadow of the '72 teams and the Marino era, so if anything the Fins needs to go with a radical "modern" re-design, just like what happened the last time Nike took over the NFL equipment contract. That and I hate the limp-wristed pastels of the 70s.

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As a Dolphins fan, I have to say I hate this. For what it is, the execution is perfect. However, the current team is constantly haunted by the shadow of the '72 teams and the Marino era, so if anything the Fins needs to go with a radical "modern" re-design, just like what happened the last time Nike took over the NFL equipment contract. That and I hate the limp-wristed pastels of the 70s.

its the main highlight of the team and next year is the 40th anniversery

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