+1Marz86 wrote: ↑Wed Mar 25, 2020 2:42 pmDemoff is an idiot for presenting this to Stan for final approval and that’s what can’t get lost in this...Stan gave the thumbs up on logos so he should take the heat as well. Do they really care what fans think? Nope...So I Hope if they stay with these logos that their merchandise sells for shit because that’s what those logos are...Total crap
In all seriousness, if that logo went on the helmet, I don't think I could watch them play. It would almost be like if MLB used those spring training warm-up uniforms in the regular season. It just doesn't cut it. The Rams helmet is iconic. It's the reason i, and many others started liking the team when we were 7 years old. If the Rams had that logo on their helmet in 1965 I'd probably be a Cowboy fan today. Scary!!
Dick should be happy that he is anywhere close to the Rams organization. After he screwed them in 1987, got run out of Indy,
couldn't disagree with you more. rams organization was a joke back in 1987 so don't put this all on him.butch58 wrote: ↑Thu Mar 26, 2020 9:05 amDick should be happy that he is anywhere close to the Rams organization. After he screwed them in 1987, got run out of Indy,
flopped with Oakland and Atlanta, then to revive his flagging post-football career, sucks some Ram ass to retire as a Ram, now
he wants to posit himself a lover of the Ram legacy?
I don't know if I like the new logo/images yet, but to make Dick the authority of all things Rams?
Dick only cares about Dick...don't believe his hype.
Well yes.... initially I hated it but now that Upland is using it I’m starting to accept it... I understand that having LA was important and I see they tried to shape it... anyway just my POV.
The LA one not he top left hand corner of this site. I’m just not sure what else they could have done when you think that it needed to have LA in there and be reasonably simple... It definitely stands out now when put it against other logos.