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Discussion in 'Pro Sports' started by JP4CY, Mar 8, 2020.
With them sharing a stadium I think it was smart for them to share a logo. Dual fans should pay off for them.
Looks like a fake logo you would see in a TV show or movie.
As a Rams fan, I hope this a joke, but I am sure it isn't. Have always been accused of hating change. Didn't like the I State at the beginning, but I like it better than a swirling bird now. Who knows.
Well, Dodge shared the same thing: Dodge Ram & Dodge Charger. It can work in LA. Heck, they should just call both teams "the LA Dodges" and share a stadium with their NL Baseball team. People generally lack a critical eye and the missing "r" would likely go unnoticed.
Only need to make 1 hat for 2 teams, that's called efficiency my friend.
But really that logo is hideous for either team.
I guessed wrong and that's the problem. If your logo is so different that it is unrecognizable then that logo is an epic fail.
I would have thought for sure the firm that created our sickass tornado logo would have been out of business by now. Guess not.
I guessed correctly, only because there's no way that would be considered a lightning bolt. It's slightly less likely then it being a ram horn.
I hope the student from the LA School of Art for the Blind who won the contest got their tuition paid for.
What never made sense was they put Dodge on the front and Ram on the side.
Trick question. It's a combo of both.
Probably whatever the professional soccer team is from LA.
Here are all of them:
That one in the bottom right corner looks like a Raygun shirt minus anything funny.
equals in dumb.
I'm a Rams fan and actually don't mind the new logos.
The Ram isn't bad. That LA with the horn is bad.
I don't hate them as much as most do. Don't love them though either. Care more about what the new uniforms will actually look like. That's what really matters.