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An Ointment For The Rash?

By Phil Hecken

A couple of months ago, we had our first instance of a team wearing its color rash (hereafter known as CR) uniforms on a non-Thursday, when news broke the Patriots would wear their all-blue CR unis on a Sunday. What we did not know at the time, or at least Paul didn’t (nor did I) was that the NFL had relaxed its rules on CR wearing. Since then, several teams have gone against what had been Thursday-only protocol for the garish duds.

We later found out (Paul covered it here and I expounded upon here (scroll down)) was that teams no longer were prohibited from wearing their CR unis on any day but Thursday (or rather, allowed to wear them any day, as long as they didn’t wear them for a TNF game), AND the Washington Club flexed its muscles and refused to wear their gold CR unis for a Thursday night game, instead wearing mono-burgundy.

Protocol was further broken last Sunday, when the Dallas Cowboys wore their white CR pants (previously worn only with the white CR tops), with their “unlucky” blue jerseys. Perhaps coincidentally, their opponents, the NY Giants, wore their own throwback CR unis.

Now, I’m not sure if this was a one-time exception (because the Giants wore their CR unis) or if the league has further relaxed its rules. But the Cowboys combo of blue over white still marked the first mixing-and-matching of CR unis.

Now, we all know that the CR unis for the most part suck (there a scant few exceptions, like the New Orleans Saints, whose CR unis are arguably better than their regular unis). Head-to-toe monochrome anything (except, maybe white) looks like shitty high school football. So, the CR unis themselves, and by themselves, are a travesty. But…

what if certain elements from the CR unis could be taken and worn with a team’s regular jersey or pants? And what about ditching the mono-socks and shoes. Could we have an ointment for the rash?

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Last weekend I put out a call for help from a graphic designer/photoshopper, and a bunch of you responded (I thank you all for your interest, and perhaps we can use your services down the road). But the first gentleman to positively reply was Matthew Blinco who agreed to help me with a little project you’re about to see below. I asked Matthew if he’d be able to take some of the CR unis (either pants or jerseys) and see how they’d look if they were mix/matched with regular parts of the uniform, and paired with contrasting socks. The results were interesting. I’m not ready to say I think the NFL should let teams go hog-wild and use different elements of the CR program with the regular unis (as the Cowboys did), but some of them don’t look so bad. And if teams could replace the God awful TNF CR unis with a mix/match, it might actually make some of the games a little more…viewable.

I put together a list of several teams for Matthew whose CR unis I thought could be adapted to the mix/match template, and he was able to photoshop them all together for me. Let’s take a look…and see what you think! (Click any images below to enlarge.)

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BUFFALO

My first thought was to see how the Bills would look wearing their red CR tops with their regular white pants. I think this one works:

I probably should have left well enough alone with that, as I also asked Matthew to mock up the blue jerseys over the red pants. It’s an interesting combo, but it looks waaaay off with the white hats:

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SEATTLE

As you’ll immediately see, this one was a mistake. I thought the lime/neon green jerseys might look ok with a pair of pants that weren’t also…lime/neon green. I was wrong. Nevertheless, Matthew did up a set with the blue, white and gray pants the Seahawks currently have in the rotation. Nothing saved that horrid top.

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ATLANTA

The Falcons didn’t just get all red unis for CR, they actually got entirely new unis — and both the jersey and pants look better than anything (but the fauxback) that the Falcons currently wear. I asked Matthew for a mock of the red jersey with black, gray (which they don’t currently have) and white pants — (the gray itself would be a nod to the 1979-89 Falcons). I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how good these look:

I asked Matthew to do the white pants both with red and black socks:

Granted, the Falcons don’t have white pants that match those shown (those were simply the red CR pants swapped out), but how good do those unis look with white pants and red socks?

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Since the Falcons also wear a really nice fauxback alternate (and they could use those white pants with the CR jersey if they want), I also asked Matthew to see how that fauxback jersey would look with red or gray pants. Those results weren’t as nice:

The gray pants kinda give a Dirty Birds feel, but I’m just not feeling it:

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LOS ANGELES

To much acclaim, both last season and this, the Chargers went with a royal blue CR uni (and swapped in a gold facemask), and those unis clearly evoked memories of the mid-70s/early 80s Chargers (those had gold pants). I asked Matthew if he could mock up that jersey (and helmet) with their current white pants, and also to create a set of gold pants. I think these might be a nice replacement for the current navy tops:

It’s not quite as great as their early 1960s unis, but it’s a nice reminder of those days.

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DENVER

The Broncos unis (in which they’ve won three Super Bowls) look dated now (and IMHO they never looked as good as the iterations they wore pre-1997). So when the NFL gave the Broncos non-97-17 templates and allowed them to put the old decal on their hats, I was pumped. Of course, the monochrome orange is brutal, but the jersey and helmet are awesome. So, how about we just throw a pair of white pants with those, shall we?

BOOM! Now we’re cooking with gas. Whatever it takes, the Broncos need to immediately petition the league for a pair of normally striped white pants and wear this combo for the rest of ever.

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LOS ANGELES

From the 1940s through the advent of the TV era, the Rams wore gold jerseys, although those were always worn with white pants. For their CR outfits, the Rams were given an all gold look. I like that jersey, and since I like (usually) the pants to match the hats, I asked Matthew to mock up an inverse throwback. I probably should have specified royal for the pants, rather than just “blue,” but Matthew mocked up a CR modification with darker blue pants. It’s interesting, but I’m not loving it:

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JACKSONVILLE

I feel bad for the Jags — they have arguably the worst uniform (and certainly the worst helmet) in pro football, and for their CR uni, the NFL gave them the worst CR outfit (unless Seattle does that for ya) in the game. But, those mustard pants — they might not look so bad if combined with the black or teal tops, right? Surprisingly — they don’t look terrible:

OK, we should probably spend our energy trying to convince the team to completely scrap the current unis, rather than putting other combos together, but it would be interesting to see maybe ONE CR game where they went away from the mono-mustard.

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MIAMI

OK, clearly everyone agrees the Dolphins should just wear these (and add a white top) all the time. But the NFL decided to give the team garish all-orange CR unis, which actually look even worse than Denver’s all orange set. So how might they look if they were to swap aqua elements for their next CR game?

OK, maybe not. Although I kinda like the aqua over orange — it’s very Miami. But with the white hat, the aqua/orange doesn’t really work. Maybe we just fight for them to make the throwbacks their full time unis, yes?

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NEW ORLEANS

Just for shits and giggles, I wanted to see how the white CR top (which is gorgeous) would look with OLD GOLD pants (not the current metallic gold they wear). If they could just fix the helmet, this isn’t bad:

Now, if they wear their black tops (in the same style as the white CR top) and change the metallic gold to old gold, we’d have a winner for sure. Because this mono-black isn’t cutting it anymore.

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OK — that’s it for now. I thank you for indulging me — know first and foremost I’m not advocating more than one or two of these mockups to be made semi-permanent (the Broncos would be the one I’d really advocate for, and I like the look of the Falcons CR tops with white pants, as well as Buffalo’s red jersey/white pants combo), but as long as the NFL seems to be relaxing the CR rules, maybe teams can ditch the full mono shit and start wearing some of the elements separately on CR/TNF days. Of course, ideally the NFL should be looking into THROWBACK Thursdays, and not CR if they want to get fans watching. Or maybe not. I’m sure I’m a bit too old to be their target demo these days.

If you guys have any additional suggestions for possible CR mix/matches (and to all those who offered their services as photoshoppers — feel free to mock a few up), let’s hear them.

I want to thank Matthew for all his help this week. Even if you guys don’t like the results, it wasn’t for him lacking the skills and effort. He did my bidding — direct all hatred towards me. LOL.

Your thoughts?

Here’s more on Matthew:

Matthew Blinco is a graphic designer in Nashville, TN and co-founder of local apparel brand Project 615, you can find your new favorite tee at project615.org. He also buys and sell vintage clothing as a hobby an you can follow him at @relikvtg on Instagram. Matt has been a UW reader for 8-10 years and had 2 designs chosen to win in the Lewis & Clark league design contests a couple of years ago. You can see his portfolio at cannonballcreative.com and is open to freelance opportunities. You can follow him on twitter @mpblinco.

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And new a few words from Paul:

Hi there. In case you missed it on Friday, my latest ESPN column explores a simple question: Why can’t figure skaters wear uniforms instead of costumes? Check it out here.

Also from Friday, our annual year-end raffle is now underway. Full details here.

Finally, Santa’s elves say that if you want Christmas delivery for a Uni Watch mini-helmet, a Uni Watch membership card, a Naming Wrongs T-shirt, an ugly sweater T-shirt, or anything else from the Uni Watch march shop, it’s now or never. Thanks.

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Uni Watch News Ticker
By Phil

Baseball News: Interesting cap being worn by Kyle Schwarber here. Jimmy Knodel asks, “Is this a personal logo for Schwarber? Tied to his @smokiesbaseball days? Or did he work for Dominos at some point?” — Turns out it’s the logo for his charity, Neighborhood Heroes (from Tyler Cox). … Here’s our best look yet at the new Nationals alternate blue jersey (from Matt). And here’s and additional look, showing the ASG patch. … Scott Wilkinson notes, “not sure if this has been mentioned but it’s amazing how much the BasketBall Miami unis look like they could fit into the Marlins rotation.” I’ve been calling for a blue Marlins alternate for years now. … Here’s an interesting New York Mets placemat seen at a trade show (from Jim Brunetti).

NFL News: OOPS! Connor Mangan notes, “apparently the NFL does not know their own league logos.” … The Philadelphia Eagles have officially announced their uniform selection for their Week 15 game against the New York Giants on Sunday. It’s (surprisingly) a combo they’ve not worn this season. … This great cover of Sports Illustrated from 1963 is one of the earliest predictors of the coming Super Bowl, but those Chargers unis are divine (from Bruce Menard). … In a bit of photoshoppery unbeknownst to Chris R. about today’s lede, here are the Patriots with color rash tops and white pants (but also with a white hat, which is a no-no under the one helmet rule). … Speaking of color rash, the Detroit Lions broke out their color rash unis yesterday. More photos here. Not sure why you’d need a ski mask indoors, but OK. The Lions went all out for their CR, even changing their wall wrap to gray (from Erik Kissel). … If you’re going to look like a ballerina… (from Peter Tulupman). … Here’s a uni screw-up I don’t remember. If you scroll down in this article, you’ll see a game played on September 14, 2003 “in which the Broncos came to the stadium in their road white jerseys when the host Chargers were planning to wear white, and were supposed to be the team that declared their uniform color. The Broncos were fined $25,000 as a result.” … Check out this awesome video footage of a very cold game in Cleveland, featuring Dan Pastorini in a ski mask! (from Funhouse). … The Atlanta Falcons will wear ‘No. ’60’ on their helmets to honor Tommy Nobis, who passed away earlier this week. … The Chiefs wore all red (but NOT a CR) last night, and Garrett Johnson observed, “looks like Demetrius Harris forgot his socks.”

College Football News: New Florida State University Coach (and former Oregon HC) Willie Taggart has said he is open to alternate FSU uniform combinations. Here’s a look at pretty much every combo they’ve worn over the years. … “Pulled up the ‘94 All-American team intros on the Bob Hope Christmas special. It looks Sapp may have forgotten his game jersey so they improvised,” says Steven Santillo. … The Oregon Ducks paid respects to the victims of the Las Vegas Shooting (as well as Casey Eugenio, who was injured in practice this week) on their helmets at yesterday’s Las Vegas Bowl (from many submitters). Lineman Tyrell Crosby (as was reported in yesterday’s ticker) also also changed his uni number to 58, to honor the shooting victims. … Here’s a look at the Bowl Season patches (from The Emblem Source). … Oh my, the Miami Hurricanes look to be wearing their all black alternate for the Orange Bowl (from @BigJ52). … The FBI is searching for a suspect who wore a University of New Mexico football jersey while robbing an Albuquerque bank. … Check out some very cool die-cut 1894 Stanford football tickets at the Herbert Hoover Library (from Scott Held). … We knew this already, but here are some additional looks at Georgia’s Rose Bowl uniforms. … Possibly something weird happening in the D-II national championship. Guy has No. 92 jersey but No. 93 helmet (from Everett Corder). … The mascot for the New Mexico Bowl is this shirt that doesn’t have arms or a head (from @bryanwdc). … As you may be aware either from reading UW over the years, or if you happen to be a fan — the Division III powerhouses seem to all wear purple. So, what happened yesterday? The DIII National Championship game was color on color and of course, both teams sported some purple (from Jonathan Cain). … Florida State has promised more combos, and already they’re showing off white over white and garnet over white to recruits (from @Broc1984). … The Shrine Bowl was apparently played yesterday, and Champion still makes unis (from Bill Darragh).

Hockey News: Here’s a pretty good article, with a ton of great old photographs, on the “first” NHL season 100 years ago. Definitely worth a read. … The Ottawa Senators’ Mike Hoffman taped over his helmet logo, most likely Reebok from look of helmet (from Mario Vasquez). … “Apparently, the Philadelphia Blazers of the WHA played in a movie theatre,” says Miles Filbert. … “On @hockeynight, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s son Xavier is wearing an older model replica #Canadiens jersey rather than the one the #Habs are wearing for the #NHL100Classic,” writes James Beattie. … Also from James, “Craig Anderson of the #Sens sporting the retro jersey for the #NHL100Classic pictured next to original #Senators goalie Clint Benedict.” … Colorado College hockey debuted their new black unis last evening (from @NerdsThatZeke).

NBA News: “The @utahjazz City Edition jerseys will apparently be popular with Univ of Utah fans (since this basically just looks like a Utes hat) but reviled by the rest of us,” says Lets Chat About Hats. Also from Lets Chat: “New Era has released its “City Series” of NBA caps, which presumably reflect each team’s City Edition uniform (to my knowledge a number haven’t been released).” … Dear God, the Minnesota Timberwolves neon green unis are…well, you come up with the adjective (from Chris Howell).

College Hoops News: Yesterday, Louisville wore the cringe-inducing Red Iced Out uniforms that are “reflective,” so certain areas illuminate when hit with a flash. … Louisville basketball has replaced the “CARDS” wordmark on the back of the neck with the Cardinal head logo. Here’s a better look at the new back of the neck logo (from @steagles1). … Stephen F. Austin University has some rather large NOBs (from Andrew Lopez). … One of the players on Western Kentucky was missing a NOB yesterday (from Andrew Jacobs). … Oklahoma State unveiled some new black uniforms for yesterday’s game against FSU. … The Nevada Women’s Basketball team broke out their “Battle Born uniforms yesterday (from John C. Fremont). … Yesterday Oakland University debuted new all-yellow unis for their matchup with Michigan State at Little Caesars Arena. Submitter Timothy Pontzer says, “The jerseys has an Oregon-ish feel complete with a subtle digital camo print.” … Weber State was wearing new alternate grays for the first time this season last night. Submitter Sean L. included a tweet that noted “Script-ish Wildcats across front. Pine Bluff in black.” … In football, Utah vs. BYU is often color vs. color (and they call it the holy war). So, in hoops, the teams went color vs. color (from Zac Ipson).

Soccer News: Lionsbridge FC, a USLPDL soccer team launching on the Virginia Peninsula in 2018, have announced their new jersey for the 2018 season (from Lionsbridge FC). … Here is a clean look at the DeKalb County United logo (from Jeff Ryder). He adds, “Note also the barbed wire at the top, as that was invented in DeKalb.” … Uh oh. Looks like FIFA is in trouble again. But this time it’s over not respecting and supporting the patents of the proprietary foam inventor (from Tommy Turner).

Grab Bag: This is disturbing: São Paulo just passed a bill to allow companies to put ads on school uniforms and @alexcuadros says “it’s about time we turned our children’s literal bodies over to the free market.” (Sent in by Bryan O’Nolan). … Here’s kind of a cool story from “my” home Island: A group of Long Island police officers will don a different uniform this weekend: as Santas and his elves, serving underprivileged families. … Willard Kovacs send us this fascinating video on how rubber bands are made.

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37 comments to An Ointment For The Rash?

  • Mangler | December 17, 2017 at 8:12 am |

    Typo: “BASEketball Miami unis”.

    Shrine Bowl in the college football section is for a high school all-star game between seniors in North Carolina and South Carolina. The college East-West Shrine game will take place on January 20, in St. Petersburg, Florida.

    Link to item in soccer section about proprietary foam (the spray referees use to mark ten yards away from a wall for free kicks) is a New York Times article.

    • Morten | December 17, 2017 at 11:01 am |

      Baseketball is not a typo. It’s the name of the movie in which the screenshot was taken.

      • TGM | December 19, 2017 at 12:22 am |

        That is the typo, the correct spelling and case useage is BASEketball.

  • Joe b | December 17, 2017 at 8:18 am |

    Man those CR mock ups are cool. He is so right about the saints, falcons and broncos being better than the regular unis. There’s something about the pants with regular stripes that, for me, make them so good. If only the browns got rid of “browns” on the pants and replaced them with stripes, it might be more bearable.

    • GuidoRRMC | December 17, 2017 at 8:47 am |

      I would love to see the Browns go back to the uniform set they are wearing in the cold game video. Simple, but fantastic.

    • Colin | December 17, 2017 at 10:46 am |

      I liked them to, don’t bother to do a Packers one, you will end up with there away Uni, or something bad with green pants.

      Adjective for the Timberwolves Statement (Alternate) jersey. AWESOME

    • Rob S | December 17, 2017 at 1:31 pm |

      I think the Falcons would be fine with gray pants if the stripes were red-black-red, similar to how they were in the 80s and 90s.

  • Mangler | December 17, 2017 at 8:19 am |

    Now that the college bowl game season has started, have any bowl organizers or advertisers considered painting their logos on the field so they look bizarre at field level or from the stands, but look normal at certain TV camera angles? I know they do this in rugby and Australian rules football, so would this also work in American football?

  • Sex Tchramm | December 17, 2017 at 8:38 am |

    Great entry! I use these combos in Madden all the time. Just simply using navy and royal blue socks with Cowboys and Giants all white CR sets instantly makes both uniforms incredible (and preferential over both teams’ normal white set, especially the Cowboys), or black socks with Bengals and Saints all white sets. The Patriots blue CR jersey with their normal silver pants and socks looks great too, though I think white pants and helmet would be better, there just isn’t a white helmet with flying Elvis yet. Also the Steelers CR set with striped socks (and white socks on top) looks killer with their yellow alternate helmet. Literally all of the white CR sets would be better than that teams normal white set if the team just sore contrasting socks, maybe except the Raiders.

    • Jonathan Dodd | December 17, 2017 at 10:16 am |

      Sex Tchramm,
      Great name btw. I’ve got a photo around the site somewhere of David Irving wearing the blue sox with the Cowboys color rush unis against the Vickings last season. It would be in the post from the Friday morning after the game in 2016, I believe.

  • GuidoRRMC | December 17, 2017 at 8:39 am |

    Please, please Detroit, never again!

    • Wade Heidt | December 17, 2017 at 9:16 am |

      Discovered yesterday that the Detroit Lions do actually have grey socks to wear. Why would they not wear the contrasting grey socks with their road blue pants? Some of the uniform decisions in the NFL baffle me.

    • John H. | December 17, 2017 at 10:58 am |

      Absolutely embarrassing. What were they thinking?

  • Joe Werner | December 17, 2017 at 8:42 am |

    You wrote what I’ve been thinking for a long time about the CR uniforms. I think that many of the jerseys look good by themselves, and I also hate the mono look, but would love to see these jerseys with contrasting pants. If the NFL did that AND scheduled TNF match ups that would allow both teams to wear dark jerseys, that would make for some good looking football.

  • Bryan | December 17, 2017 at 9:19 am |

    Try putting the Seahawks “action green” pants with the blue jersey…

  • Scot | December 17, 2017 at 9:24 am |

    If I remember right, when San Diego played at Denver later that year, the Chargers were given their choice of uniforms and wore their dark jerseys, forcing the Broncos to wear white at home.

    • Andrew | December 17, 2017 at 4:37 pm |

      I remember that too. I kinda disagree with Phil calling it a “screwup”; the story (as I recall) is that the Broncos knew the Chargers were planning to wear white (due to the heat) and they brought their white jerseys to force the Chargers into wearing their dark jerseys.

  • Wade Heidt | December 17, 2017 at 9:35 am |

    -The Miami Hurricanes wearing BFBS in Orange Bowl? Bad mistake. Not too late to change your mind. Need to go white/orange/white.

    -Love seeing the photos of the Philadelphia Blazers playing in the Philadelphia Convention Hall. That only lasted the one year, as the Blazers moved to Vancouver for the next season to play in the newer, “state-of-the-art” Pacific Coliseum (Ha! I guess state-of-the-art at the time).

    -The Buffalo Bills mock-up reminds me of a uniform combo worn by the Montreal Alouettes back in the late aughts. A similar combo. Back when the Als used to mix and match uniforms more often. A few times they wore the unfortunate combo on the silver/blue/red. To my dismay at the time and now, this is not a photoshop:

    http://www.windsorstar.com/cms/binary/2094109.jpg

  • Timothy J Jenkins | December 17, 2017 at 9:48 am |

    Philadelphia Blazers played at the Convention Center which had a stage at one end. Home of the NBA Warriors and 76ers prior to Spectrum. Cobo Arena in Detroit, Baltimore Civic Arena and others had stages at one end.

  • Stevie McQuistan | December 17, 2017 at 10:03 am |

    I really was looking forward to the Redskins wearing all gold just to see how bad it was.

    Love the shade of burgundy the Redskins are using now though!

  • FlySaint | December 17, 2017 at 10:40 am |

    Can you mock, for the Saints: 1) current helmet, current black jersey, CR white pants, 2) current helmet, black throwback jersey, CR white pants. All these elements exist and are current possible combos. I think 2) would look (almost) as awesome as the mono white CRs.

    I agree that the Saints need to change full time to the CR gold across the board – helmets, jerseys and pants. And add a black pants option with CR gold/white/gold stripes. Then the mono black would look A LOT better!

  • Steve Crouser | December 17, 2017 at 11:46 am |

    I only looked at the Las Vegas bowl game for a minute or two, but it looked like they had Comic Sans font as yard numbers on the field. Who would do that purposely, and why?

  • df | December 17, 2017 at 12:04 pm |

    “New Florida State University Coach (and former Oregon HC) Willie Taggart has said he is open to alternate FSU uniform combinations.”

    should read

    New Florida State University Coach (and former Oregon HC) Willie Taggart will do just like Urban Meyer does at tOSU and wear WHATEVER THE HELL NIKE TELLS HIM TO DO.

  • Fred K | December 17, 2017 at 12:05 pm |

    Very cool concept on adding different CR elements to current sets. If the NFL relaxs its one-shell rule the door could really open to some interesting combos. One that comes to mind would be NE wearing their throwback white helmet with their current CR navy set.

    The Utah Jazz hats include a noteworthy element on the side depicting the shape of the state of Utah as a basketball. Not only have I not heard about that element in any previous posts but it is indicative of a trend in sports of emphasizing the state in which you play in the actual logo. Florida Atlantic football uses the shape of FL, the NY Islanders logo used to feature Long Island with the I in Isalanders crossing over to show exactly where on the island they were, WV football uses the state on their helmet, etc. It is interesting you just ran a feature on people using state flags as a fad but a potential trend is surfacing in actual state shapes being used to represent their teams. Oooh, ECU football midfield logo. The list goes on…please comment on more. Oooh, Indiana state basketball…

  • Matt | December 17, 2017 at 12:58 pm |

    I honestly don’t understand the hate towards the seahawks green. I will agree that all green is too much, but I liked the look of green jersey, navy pants. That being said, they should only be worn once a year because the navy jersey are probably my favorite. My personal opinion is that the green set is way better than the grey set, which looks like someone forgot to do the laundry.

  • Dave Holland | December 17, 2017 at 1:01 pm |

    No photos of the Habs/Sens NHL 100 Classic last night?

  • Johnny Garfield | December 17, 2017 at 2:04 pm |

    Yeah, let me say I wasn’t the only one that knew that Champion Athletic still made team uniforms (The last pro league to wear them was the [possibly soon-to-be-revived] XFL in 2001).

    Especially after Russell Athletic left that business this year; they made quality NFL jerseys back in the day!

  • Rich Paloma | December 17, 2017 at 2:07 pm |

    Would love to see the Raiders wear their CR white jerseys (with the silver numerals) over their regular silver pants. A flashback to 1971 and the Blanda miracle season…..

  • Michael Emody | December 17, 2017 at 2:55 pm |

    Last year I was toying with some color rush alternatives because I also hate the mono schemes they came up with, along with the somewhat non-colorful white teams. So I came up with designs for eight teams using a template from last years CR match ups. The Cardinals jersey is a greenish-grey, which is the color of most female cardinals! (Oh – and I obviously need suggestions for a less annoying photo sharing site!)

  • Wafflebored | December 17, 2017 at 3:06 pm |

    Aqua over orange Dolphins looks awesome.

  • Christopher | December 17, 2017 at 4:23 pm |

    If anyone thinks that the saints wear metallic gold is deluded. Their colors are old gold and black. Their CR uniforms are color correct. Their current uniforms are urine stain and black and don’t let anyone tell you different.

  • Tim | December 17, 2017 at 6:51 pm |

    How old is that contract for the toques being worn today by the No Fun League? Rams version has a significant amount of gold in it.

  • Josh Claywell | December 17, 2017 at 10:02 pm |

    I play as the Rams in Madden. Favorite combo is CR helmet, gold jersey, navy pants, gold socks and white shoes.

    Madden allows you to mix and match, which I’ve always liked.

  • Marc-Louis Paprzyca | December 17, 2017 at 11:15 pm |

    It is odd to see Champion on uniforms these days but maybe it’s in line with their resurgence in fashion wear.

    http://www.esquire.com/style/mens-fashion/news/a54070/champion-sweats-comeback/

  • Judie Lois | December 18, 2017 at 12:14 am |

    Hello. Great job. I did not imagine this. This is a splendid story. Thanks!

  • Blake | December 18, 2017 at 12:47 pm |

    Love the mix match CR mash ups. Not a Seahawks fan at all, but I’m an oddity and really like the all green. I think they would look better with silver numbers and a navy outline personally. Also maybe their dingy grays over the green pants would work. Miami was my least favorite. But I like the mono orange. Maybe the orange pants with the white jersey would be cool. The bills with white over red. Jacksonville I do agree those mustard unis are terrible, and I like the unusual CR combos. But the teal over mustard looked pretty cool. i have a lot of ideas running threw my head but just can’t figure out how to create them. If anyone would like to hear my ideas and make them into a digital reality I’d be glad to share.

  • Sean | December 19, 2017 at 7:18 pm |

    I’d love to see the Steelers wear the CR black pants with their away white jersey. Not all the time but maybe for big away games