Dec 28

Red or Black

By blazerdarren77
Does it make any difference which road uniform the Blazers wear? Here's the stats:

Black uniforms; 4 wins, 8 losses (.333)

Red uniforms; 2 wins, 5 losses (.286)

To me, black means an attitude of fear and intimidation, whereas red means soft and unimpressive.

Now I like red, but it should be for certain occasions, such as on the second night of a back-to-back, a red out at the Rose Garden.

I would have a stronger opinion on this, but this year, one thing is certain; the Blazers are no good on the road so far (do the math)

Maybe they ought to think of ways to be creative; red on front, black on back unis, or a spinning pinwheel to make the opponents dizzy.

Any road uniform ideas out there?

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  1. Nice Post, I like the spinning pinwheel idea! I like the look of the red uniforms, but uniforms aside we are VERY inconsistent on the road no matter what we wear. Maybe we should try a red and black plaid uniform that has the Rip City logo on it! Plaid being the unofficial wear for lumberjacks, maybe we can go into a road game with a "I am going to go chainsaw massacre on your @!#".

    by Kraydayz on 12/29/2010 8:09 AM
  2. Nice post! I like the red ones but agree the black ones look tougher! Maybe we should copy the ducks and wear red jerseys and black shorts or vice versa!!
    Ultimately we just need to play better on the road...

    by RedRudy5 on 12/29/2010 8:59 AM
  3. Actuall if you guys look at the interior design aspect of colors red means alert (hence why they use it for stop signes ect.). So by a designers eye you would think that red would make them stand out more. hmm.

    by batoomshakalaka on 12/29/2010 1:58 PM
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