And Then There Were Four: NFL Conference Championships

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Good Sunday Morning, everyone — hope everyone had a good Saturday, and you’re still staying safe.

While the Supe gets all the headlines (and rightfully so, as it determines the NFL Champion), my favorite pro football weekend is always the NFC and AFC Championship games. It’s largely . . . → Read More: And Then There Were Four: NFL Conference Championships

What's Your Sign(ature) — Baltimore Ravens

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Greetings everyone! Hope you and yours are staying safe.

For those who have been reading Uni Watch for some time, you are aware I’ve run a series of “What’s Your Sign(ature)” articles where I look at a club’s uniform history and attempt to establish what I . . . → Read More: What’s Your Sign(ature) — Baltimore Ravens

Here’s What We Know About the Bengals’ New Uniforms

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In a long-overdue move that practically qualifies as a public service, the Bengals yesterday announced that they’ll have new uniforms for the 2021 season — their first new set since 2004.

Here’s the announcement, which provides a decent overview of the team’s uniform history:

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A1 Steak Sauce’s 1994 NFL Trading Cards

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Longtime Uni Watch reader/supporter Robert Brashear recently got in touch to let me know he’d found something interesting buried in a drawer: a set of 28 A1 Steak Sauce “Masters of the Grill” recipe cards from 1994, each with a different NFL player on the . . . → Read More: A1 Steak Sauce’s 1994 NFL Trading Cards