Happy Thanksgiving everyone! After a day of food, fun, and for some families, football, I thought I would add some comedic relief for everyone on a fun-filled day. While it does come at the expense of my favorite team, the New York Jets, I figured a video of this would keep things light on Thanksgiving here at the DP. So without further adieu, please take a look at the following play made by Mark Sanchez which signified the embarrassing ineptitude of the Jets tonight. Even non-football fans will get a kick out of this.
The Kansas City Royals' City Connect uniforms were a design that I wholeheartedly looked forward to. The Royals' current uniforms and aesthetics are some of the best in baseball, and for a city like Kansas City, it just feels like there was enough room creatively to do something historically enlightening (more so something many do not already know about the city), or a simple approach that builds off of the current design. To be honest, it may sound simple, but the use of "blue" by the Royals is fantastic. What we got is a concept that continued the awesome blue approach, with a design concept that is just as cool as their everyday threads. However, where I feel disappointed is the safe approach to this. I would have loved to see them lean into the rich history of the Negro Leagues that is Kansas City - a team (and city) able to do so more than others. That could have been really cool, enriching, meaningful, and somewhat different from the norm - maybe even an ode t