No one like Money. Watch!
No one like Money. Watch!
I have picked my own personal favorite for each team. No particular order. I would love to see the NFL upscale its image on the field even if it’s only with helmets to start with. No doubt they would have to hire someone to design uniforms that would suit these ambitious looks.
The Cleveland Browns helmet is stylish but not as dramatic as a lot of the others. The one I love for them — referencing the Dog Pound — is the one below. Probably not going to see multi million dollar athletes playing in a helmet like this.
Here’s another referencing fans I don’t see happening but fun.
Uh, oh. I am now seeing these designs being credited on Pinterest to Paul Bunyan Designs. Not sure what’s going on there.
YAHOO NEWS — A pint-sized running back takes a handoff and scrambles across the goal line, spiking the football for a last-minute win. It could be any school field in America, but on a warm spring night in Beijing the star of the game is nine-year-old Lisa Li, one of the best players in China’s first American football youth league.
“I was so excited. Before I ran for the winning touchdown I thought to myself I just had to score,” Li said as her Eagles celebrated a come-from-behind 24-20 victory over the Sharklets.
Li plays running back and linebacker in the 16-team Future League run by GSG Sport, a Beijing company promoting America’s most popular game to parents seeking a new sport for children.
American football lags far behind soccer and basketball in China, but the huge potential market of 1.4 billion people has caught the attention of the National Football League.
This year’s Super Bowl championship was streamed live for the first time in China, where 1.5 million mostly young fans watch weekly NFL games on digital platforms.
Taking a page from American high school football, Future League games are held on Friday nights, complete with uniformed referees, cheering fans and a camera crew for post-game interviews.
SHAWN WATCH — Silver and Black Pride report that:
“Marshawn Lynch joined the Oakland Raiders on April 27 under much fanfare. He took number 24 as expected and the orders immediately started pouring in from fans wanting a piece of history as Beast Mode will finally suit up for his hometown team. Making his jersey the top selling for the month of May at NFL shop.
“It wasn’t hard to predict the popularity of Lynch’s merchandise upon joining the Raiders. He is an immensely popular former All Pro running back who is beloved in Oakland and beyond.
“Lynch may be the top selling jersey, but he isn’t the only Raiders player jersey among the league’s top 25. Derek Carr was the 6th best selling jersey and Khalil Mack was the 15th best selling.
“The Raiders are the only team with three players in the top 15.”