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What if Every City’s Teams Were Like Pittsburgh’s — Part Three

Chris Diamond has re-imagined what would teams in cities with the “big four” sports look like if they all shared the same colors inspired by the city

What if Every City’s Teams Were Like Pittsburgh’s — Part Two

Chris Diamond has re-imagined what would teams in cities with the “big four” sports look like if they all shared the same colors inspired by the city

What if Every City’s Teams Were Like Pittsburgh’s? — Part One

Chris Diamond has re-imagined what would teams in cities with the “big four” sports look like if they all shared the same colors inspired by the city

How To DIY a Raiders Jersey Into A Steelers One

Reader Chris Diamond gives step-by-step instructions on how to create custom jerseys

What if the NFL and USFL Merged in 1987? (Part IV)

By Phil Hecken Follow @PhilHecken Good Saturday Morning, Uni Watch nation. I hope everyone has had a good week! Once again, I’m back with Chris Diamond, who in March brought …

What if the NFL and USFL Merged in 1987? (Part III)

By Phil Hecken Follow @PhilHecken Good Sunday Morning everyone! I’m back today with the inimitable Chris Diamond, who last month brought us a couple terrific think pieces about what might …

What if the NFL and USFL Merged in 1987? (Part II)

By Phil Hecken Follow @PhilHecken A good Saturday morning to you all. I hope everyone has had a good week! Last Saturday, I ran Part I great think-piece by Chris …

What if the NFL and USFL Merged in 1987? (Part I)

By Phil Hecken Follow @PhilHecken Good morning and a good Saturday, Uni Watchers. Hope everyone had a good week. Baseball is back baby! Got the first part another fun “What …

What If? A Baseball Alternate Reality

By Phil Hecken Follow @PhilHecken Good morning and a good Saturday, Uni Watchers. Hope everyone had a good week. I myself very much enjoyed my curling bonspiel last weekend (even …

Chris Diamond’s Amazing Helmet Maps

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on his annual August break from the site. Deputy editor Phil Hecken is in charge from now through the end of the month, although Paul may …