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In a world slightly different from own, NFL team logos are incrementally more interesting, animated, and colorful than those found in our universe. Oh, and football is played on sand. And it’s call “Helmet Rugby.” And everyone on the field is named “Travis” for some reason.
As baseball season heads into the home stretch and football (pre)season starts up, there’s no better time to imagine what it would look like if MLB and NFL teams had sexual relations and birthed a new set of cross-bred logos.
Now that we know what a map of the most hated NFL franchises looks like, let us turn our attention to something more objective and significantly less combative — a SimCity-esque time-lapse video of the changing aesthetics of the National Football League in America.
Don’t you just hate it when your team’s Shooterback misses a 3-point conversion? Bootsketball is like that sometimes — it giveth and it taketh away. You favorite team’s logos blended together by a genius, after the jump…
I’m sure the Brazil World Cup logo made sense to someone when they approved it, but let’s look past it to the individual national logos. To supporters of these teams, the logos represent more than they do to someone who is ignorant of team histories (like say, me). So that makes me uniquely qualified to decide, right?
Is it time the Cubs rebranded? Should they change their logo? They haven’t touched the damn thing since 1979 (the longest stretch of any team in the Majors). Here are the top 10 finalist from a crowdsourced redesign project. Tell us what you think…
Also, why is the creature from the black lagoon featured prominently on Comerica Park’s emblem? Sorry, we’re not from around here…