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  1. chrisanna

    chrisanna Banned

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    Buffalo Bills: A
    Miami Dolphins: A-
    New England Patriots: B
    New York Jets: B
    Baltimore Ravens: B
    Cincinnati Bengals: C+
    Cleveland Browns: C
    Pittsburgh Steelers: B-
    Houston Texans: B
    Indianapolis Colts: B-
    Jacksonville Jaguars: C
    Tennessee Titans: C+
    Denver Broncos: B-
    Kansas City Chiefs: A
    Oakland Raiders: C+
    San Diego Chargers: C-
    Dallas Cowboys: B+
    New York Giants: B
    Philadelphia Eagles: B
    Washington Redskins: C
    Chicago Bears: A-
    Detroit Lions: C+
    Green Bay Packers: C-
    Minnesota Vikings: B
    Atlanta Falcons: A-
    Carolina Panthers: C+
    New Orleans Saints: B+
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers: A
    Arizona Cardinals: A
    St. Louis Rams: C
    San Fransisco 49ers: B
    Seattle Seahawks: C-
     
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    this is ******* bull****

    chargers are A
     
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    Yeah, I have to agree with you.

    There is no way that the Chargers uniforms get the lowest grade in a ranking of uniforms. Regardless of whether it's the new dark blue or the retro lighter blue, they should be up near or at the top in my opinion.

    I'm not following the pattern on the decision making at all. Take for example three relatively bland uniforms with somewhat similar colors, the Bears (A-), the Steelers (B-), and the Raiders (C+). Or for example why do the Jets get a B and the Packers a C-?

    The only thing I can tell from the grades is that the OP apparently likes a deep or dark red color: see the grades for the Chiefs (A), Falcons (A-), Buccaneers (A) and Cardinals (A). However, the red must be offset by black and or white, and not a Boston College or Florida State type of scarlet/maroon/garnet and gold; that color scheme can vary from a B (49ers) to a C (Redskins).
     
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    #12 Jersey

    Is this based on the Reebok or the new Nike version?
     
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    #3 Jersey

    I actually like the new Seahawks unis!
     
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    love the seahawks upgrade, the redskin throwback, and the Saints are about B+, But I haven't gotten over the battleship grey pants of the Patriots.
    Seems odd to have a silver helmet without the same silver pants. Their the same color as the giants. I give the patriots a c-. They kept with the style, but changed the pants. SF gets a D because they changed from fire engine red to cherry red. You just can't do that.
     
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    Dolphins A- ? And Chargers C- ? The Dolphins have a terrible uniform. It should be the other way around, if not the Chargers having at least a B
     
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