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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Apr 4, 2018.
Take away the arm sleeve and it's meh.
Oregon is the king of mixing a bunch of colors that don't match and look amazing.
We look like an afl team nice
The face mask needs to be navy
On the navy uniforms, the silver shoulders bug me.
They better on the white and alternate.
I wish they would've update the logo as well. The helmet looks good in navy, but the logo looks old.
The number font is crap.
Now I get why they had white helmets with that logo.
Not a fan of the Navy helmet. With that logo at least. I think it would look slightly better with a chrome face mask instead of that dull grey.
But I think the actual jerseys are pants are kinda dope.
I'm convinced that Amy outsourced the uniform design to one of her grandchildren. The font choice and 2-tone sword with the navy helmet screams "Go-Go Power Rangers"!
The more I look at them the more I dislike it.
I am fine with the helmet. Like the darker color. Use a better logo. That one sucks and always has.
The jerseys suck. The font? Freaking terrible. The sword shoulder boards are stupid. And the red swooshes are too noticeable. Make them some sort of blue to match the rest.
In all, we remain a very non descriptive looking team, and when we are playing Seattle it will be hard to tell who is who.
I think she asked the oldest member in her family
No way anyone with young eyes would say that's a good font, have to be half blind to like that trash
First reaction was vomit.
Surprisingly (or not), I really like them this AM. The NE TN corner on the numbers, the 3 stars on the collar and the helmet are really unique and do offer a tip of the hat to local pride/identity.
And F*ck any criticism(s) from across the nation. It’s just a uniform. But it’s OUR uniform. I can love an ugly dog if he’s a good dog.
I might buy one if our team plays well and looks legit, but I’m too old to rock sportswear and look natural in an NFL jersey. I’d wear on Gamedays and that’s about it.