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I don't want to start a flame war, WSU, but the changes to the Seahawks and Falcons are as clear as day. I'm in the Seattle area and all I keep hearing about is that the Seahawks are going silver in 2012 and now these Nike gloves just so happen to have silver on the bottom and yet it's just the lighting? No way that's a coincidence. It's all adding up.

Plus, the Falcons lighter shade of gold that is around that logo looks like the Georgia Tech gold that used to appear on their old Falcons helmet. Again, it makes sense.

The rumor about the Dolphins going to their original lighter aqua on the other hand is one that is very debatable.

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That looks like silver on the Falcons logo, and the Seahawks logo looks unchanged as well...

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I don't want to start a flame war, WSU, but the changes to the Seahawks and Falcons are as clear as day. I'm in the Seattle area and all I keep hearing about is that the Seahawks are going silver in 2012 and now these Nike gloves just so happen to have silver on the bottom and yet it's just the lighting? No way that's a coincidence. It's all adding up.

Plus, the Falcons lighter shade of gold that is around that logo looks like the Georgia Tech gold that used to appear on their old Falcons helmet. Again, it makes sense.

Unless the Falcons are going to use a champagne color like the USFL Michigan Panthers, the color on the Falcons' gloves is not gold. Look at Baltimore's gold, look at San Francisco's gold...it's clearly not gold on the Falcons gloves. The silver on the Seahawks' gloves is not the same silver as the Patriots, Steelers, et al. Adjust your monitor, Anna.

You can't say it's "clear as day" if a number of people disagree.

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I don't want to start a flame war, WSU, but the changes to the Seahawks and Falcons are as clear as day. I'm in the Seattle area and all I keep hearing about is that the Seahawks are going silver in 2012 and now these Nike gloves just so happen to have silver on the bottom and yet it's just the lighting? No way that's a coincidence. It's all adding up.

Plus, the Falcons lighter shade of gold that is around that logo looks like the Georgia Tech gold that used to appear on their old Falcons helmet. Again, it makes sense.

Unless the Falcons are going to use a champagne color like the USFL Michigan Panthers, the color on the Falcons' gloves is not gold. Look at Baltimore's gold, look at San Francisco's gold...it's clearly not gold on the Falcons gloves. The silver on the Seahawks' gloves is not the same silver as the Patriots, Steelers, et al. Adjust your monitor, Anna.

You can't say it's "clear as day" if a number of people disagree.

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I hope I'm proven wrong then. But I'm pretty sure I won't be. :D

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I don't want to start a flame war, WSU, but the changes to the Seahawks and Falcons are as clear as day. I'm in the Seattle area and all I keep hearing about is that the Seahawks are going silver in 2012 and now these Nike gloves just so happen to have silver on the bottom and yet it's just the lighting? No way that's a coincidence. It's all adding up.

Plus, the Falcons lighter shade of gold that is around that logo looks like the Georgia Tech gold that used to appear on their old Falcons helmet. Again, it makes sense.

Unless the Falcons are going to use a champagne color like the USFL Michigan Panthers, the color on the Falcons' gloves is not gold. Look at Baltimore's gold, look at San Francisco's gold...it's clearly not gold on the Falcons gloves. The silver on the Seahawks' gloves is not the same silver as the Patriots, Steelers, et al. Adjust your monitor, Anna.

You can't say it's "clear as day" if a number of people disagree.

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This proves nothing. If the Falcons were going to use a bold gold color, like that helmet, the gold would be bold on the gloves, like it is on Baltimore's gloves.

EDIT: You're not really helping yourself, no matter how many times you change the picture of the helmet. The golds on the helmet and gloves aren't the same. And you keep ignoring the boldness of the gold on other teams' gloves...

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I don't want to start a flame war, WSU, but the changes to the Seahawks and Falcons are as clear as day. I'm in the Seattle area and all I keep hearing about is that the Seahawks are going silver in 2012 and now these Nike gloves just so happen to have silver on the bottom and yet it's just the lighting? No way that's a coincidence. It's all adding up.

Plus, the Falcons lighter shade of gold that is around that logo looks like the Georgia Tech gold that used to appear on their old Falcons helmet. Again, it makes sense.

Unless the Falcons are going to use a champagne color like the USFL Michigan Panthers, the color on the Falcons' gloves is not gold. Look at Baltimore's gold, look at San Francisco's gold...it's clearly not gold on the Falcons gloves. The silver on the Seahawks' gloves is not the same silver as the Patriots, Steelers, et al. Adjust your monitor, Anna.

You can't say it's "clear as day" if a number of people disagree.

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This proves nothing. If the Falcons were going to use a bold gold color, like that helmet, the gold would be bold on the gloves, like it is on Baltimore's gloves.

We'll all find out in April, won't we. ^_^

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I don't think that Falcons outline is gold, but whereas someone in the know of changes here did say that Seattle was switching to silver, I'm more inclined to believe that the foggy denim blue is being dropped.

To me personally, the bottom half of the logo looks lighter and more faded than the foggy blue, even more so than the "lighter version" that was mentioned. Perhaps it's a blue-hinted silver? I wouldn't put that out of the realm of possibility for Seattle.

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i think it is gold

Why isn't it as gold as Baltimore's gold?

Where's ColorWerx when you need him? I'm pretty sure the Ravens gold, 49ers gold, and Georgia Tech's gold are all different shades.

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Saying it's not gold because it's not "Baltimore's gold" is stupid...

However, saying it's gold because it looks fu*king silver is also stupid...

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Guys,

The Panters are the only "slip" Nike made. The Falcons, Seahwaks, Dolphins, and all other logos are exactly the same as before. JUST STOP IT.

Thanks,

Signed everyone

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However, saying it's gold because it looks fu*king silver is also stupid...

So you're calling me stupid because it looks gold to me and others like Pizzaman7294? Awwww, what a gentleman. <_<

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Saying it's not gold because it's not "Baltimore's gold" is stupid...

Like I said before, unless the Falcons are adopting the champagne color of the USFL Michigan Panthers (which would be cool, let's be honest), I think it's completely apt to compare golds across the league. The Falcons "gold" on those gloves isn't even close to the metallic golds of any other team.

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However, saying it's gold because it looks fu*king silver is also stupid...

So you're calling me stupid because it looks gold to me and others like Pizzaman7294? Awwww, what a gentleman. <_<

Love you too, sweetie...

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in mine and many others opinions, its gold, it makes sense, theyve had gold on their helmet before, theres been rumors of a red helmet coming, to me and others it makes sense, but NO ONE will know for sure before april. PERIOD. (unless theres a leak....hahahaha)

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