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View Poll Results: How would you rate the current Cleveland Browns uniforms?
10/10 3 21.43%
9/10 2 14.29%
8/10 1 7.14%
7/10 0 0%
6/10 0 0%
5/10 1 7.14%
4/10 1 7.14%
3/10 1 7.14%
2/10 0 0%
1/10 5 35.71%
Voters: 14. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 10-27-2016, 08:52 PM
 
Location: Boulder County, CO
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All in perspective

I think the uniform symbolizes a bare bones, dirty, lets play football look. Nothing fancy, nothing fancy needed, just the color of dirt, and the desire to roll around in it for 4 quarters.
I like the simplicity of the uniform.
Simplicity?! With the weird shading on the numbers and "Browns" written down the side of the pants they're all over the place. The old ones were simple. The currents ones a a train-wreck and are everything but simple

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Old 10-28-2016, 06:49 AM
 
Location: Greensboro, NC
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Simplicity?! With the weird shading on the numbers and "Browns" written down the side of the pants they're all over the place. The old ones were simple. The currents ones a a train-wreck and are everything but simple
I think Cat was envisioning what the Browns used to wear.

Honestly, I think if the Browns ever started winning, then you'd start loving the uniforms, because they would symbolize a winning franchise. Kind of like New England's uniforms right now. They symbolize a team that is dominate - a dynasty. Their old uniforms (although I do think some fans like the old ones better) symbolize, at best, Steve Grogan.
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Old 10-28-2016, 07:36 AM
 
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I think their record is deceptive, as I think the Browns have some building blocks to work with offensively (Pryor, Crowell, Corey Coleman, Joe Thomas, Joe Bitonio), the QB issues have basically torpedoed them. The Patriots can get away with starting 3 to 4 different QBs in a year, the Browns cannot. Some of it is the offensive line and some of it is on the QB for taking a lot of hits instead of getting rid of the ball.


As far as the uniforms go, I actually rated them a 9/10.
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