The Cincinnati Bengals are 2021 with redesigned jerseyswhat the team recently announced.
Despite the jersey overhaul, Mike Brown noted that the team won’t change the iconic striped helmets. But maybe the team should consider changing the primary logo again.
It’s time for “New Stripes”, isn’t it?
The “B” logo is by no means terribly designed and served its purpose. But it’s awfully boring.
Think about it – the team has one of the most interesting mascots in the sport. It’s a tiger that can be used in many interesting ways.
Instead, the team went with a letter for a logo.
The only teams that can really get away with it are the New York teams. And “NY” is a bit more interesting than a “B”, anyway, it would be difficult to put a literal giant on a logo. If the Bengals had left Cincinnati with a “C”, we might have another conversation, but it’s difficult to put the toothpaste back in the tube now.
The “leaping tiger” logo of the past has not received widespread fan praise and is, to say the least, not always associated with the best memories. However, it’s an interesting guideline to follow if the team is also considering a logo change.
A logo redesign next to a jersey redesign may wish too much at once. But there’s no time like the present when the team’s image around a quarterback prospect like Joe Burrow is being reset, is there?
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