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  • His mom will buy one.
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  • That might be the jersey he wore. They probably only made one.
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  • cdallan wrote:That might be the jersey he wore. They probably only made one.


    Well the one he wore was white, so maybe that was the one they made in case we went to the superbowl and were the "home team"
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  • kidhawk wrote:
    cdallan wrote:That might be the jersey he wore. They probably only made one.


    Well the one he wore was white, so maybe that was the one they made in case we went to the superbowl and were the "home team"


    And except for the fact that you can order it in any size. :D
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  • I thought it looked funny. Its a ProLine jersey, not a Nike jersey. Apparently made for NFL.com. Weird it wouldn't be cheaper though.

    Also, it comes sans Nike swoosh for those of you that hate that symbol.
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  • The striping on the front doesn't look right at all.
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  • If he would have kicked and made that 65 yarder (or thereabouts), I would have bought one for sure
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  • Maybe they know something that we don't about who's going to be our kicker next year :o
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  • rjdriver wrote:If he would have kicked and made that 65 yarder (or thereabouts), I would have bought one for sure


    Me too. My dad and I were both screaming, "His name is LongWELL for cryin' out loud! Give him a chance."
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  • HawkFan72 wrote:
    kidhawk wrote:
    cdallan wrote:That might be the jersey he wore. They probably only made one.


    Well the one he wore was white, so maybe that was the one they made in case we went to the superbowl and were the "home team"


    And except for the fact that you can order it in any size. :D

    Well that could mean they would...Shrink...To...Fit :P
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  • #97!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    PATRICK CHUKWUUUURAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

    I think a Chukwurah jersey is the way to go.
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  • Had he been called-upon to kick that 65-yarder we kinda wished would have happened, a few more folks than his mom would be buying that jersey.

    It might have been hanging in my closet...
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  • It would sure be nice for the pro shop to stock Youth Sherman jerseys since NFLshop has them.. rant over
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  • Barthawk wrote:It would sure be nice for the pro shop to stock Youth Sherman jerseys since NFLshop has them.. rant over



    That is all I have heard since my road Sherman jersey showed up. The rest of the family has home Wilson's and my son also has Lynch, Chancellor. That little schemer got his grandparents to buy him Jerseys, after I already dropped 100 on his and he has the nerve to be crying about a Sherman jersey which prompted my youth daughter to want one too. As it is, I am never buying my son another jersey again that isn't medium adult. At 13, he is a little boney for it, but that is changing everyday and there is NO way I am playing this jersey game every year.

    I have now guaranteed myself a salsa stain on that bright white, pure, virgin Sherman jersey. I tried it on and then put that thing right back in it's plastic for preservation to next season.
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  • Birdfinger wrote:I thought it looked funny. Its a ProLine jersey, not a Nike jersey. Apparently made for NFL.com. Weird it wouldn't be cheaper though.

    Also, it comes sans Nike swoosh for those of you that hate that symbol.


    The front stripe shouldn't go all the way across though. Weird the designer did it like that.
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