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  • SavageRam
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    I never understood why yellow is so popular with you guys. Fuchsia (a bright hot purple) is one of my favorite colors, but I wouldn't be caught dead wearing it.

    The gold pants were the best, IMO.

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  • Randart
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    Always loved the Blue & Yellow also was colors for LA Kings Hockey team... I was around for the Blue & Whites too but really enjoyed the brighter colors.

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  • citr92
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    just seems the times chose darker colors in general

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  • TNRamFan23
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    1980's-1990's were the best.

    However, I understand the change to the darker colors. Every NFL team that's changed has gone to darker colors. I've read that it's to better appeal to people in the corporate world. It's easier to wear team apparel when you're able to wear a dark polo on casual Friday. The Broncos ditched their light blues, the Chargers ditched theirs, the Bucs ditched Orange, The Dolphins added navy, the Seahawks went to a darker blue, ect, ect.

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  • bltkmt
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    Originally posted by Ram187 View Post
    I miss the blue and yellow! Please bring it back!
    Agreed...like ED is wearing in your avatar!

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  • Ram187
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    I miss the blue and yellow! Please bring it back!

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  • TekeRam
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    Blue shirt, GOLD pants! Where's MC Hammer when you need him..?

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  • r8rh8rmike
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    Originally posted by RAM29JACKSON View Post
    the all blues are growing on me
    Me too. Now if they could get rid of the stripe, I'd be sold.

    As far as this poll, I think an updated blue and white would be awesome.
    Last edited by r8rh8rmike; -12-09-2012, 02:23 PM.

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    but I still prefer a simpler look



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    the all blues are growing on me




    and I like the all white combo too

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  • bruce4life
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    Best Color Combo

    ??? Nothing on there!

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  • AvengerRam_old
    started a poll Best Color Combo

    Best Color Combo

    2
    Blue and White
    12.12%
    4
    Blue and Yellow
    60.61%
    20
    Blue and Gold
    27.27%
    9
    Which is your favorite?

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    -----------------------

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