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    Anyone else getting sick of these? The throwback idea was cool when it was one Sunday Night game and a game like Patriots/Titans(oilers). Now it seems like there are one or two games a week with these goofy jerseys. I don't think I've seen New England wear their normal ones yet. Denver's make me want to barf. Some of the teams represented don't have any living fans anymore. Other teams I don't even know what their real jerseys look like anymore.

    I think the announcers said that seattle has about 100 options when they wore the lime green vs. the Bears.

    If everyone had fantastic jerseys like the Bears we wouldn't need throwbacks...and let's forget about those gold pants in the 90s

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    I'm personally tired of them, especially the candy cane referee shirts. It was nice for a weekend, but now I'm just tired of them.
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    • #3
      yea, their really over doing it with the throwbacks..... Seeing the Pats in those every game is starting to be too much, Hopefully they'll stick to the normals this Sunday in London

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      • #4
        I like the throwbacks, except the referees they look stupid, orange and white, wth?...I like the throwback helmets the most...

        MLB and the NBA do it from time to time too...
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          Was it just the old AFL teams doing the throwback or have original NFL teams doing it regularly as well?

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            It is one or two games a week for a total of 16 games with the original eight AFL teams playing each.
            The original eight AFL teams were the Buffalo Bills, Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs (played as Dallas Texans), New England Patriots (played as the Boston Patriots), New York Jets (played as the Titans of New York), Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers and Tennessee Titans (played as the Houston Oilers).

            The Miami Dolphins became the ninth AFL franchise and played its first game in 1966. The Cincinnati Bengals followed as the tenth AFL team playing its first game during the 1968 season.

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