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8/11/2020 8:57 pm  #621


Re: History of the National Football Association- Update

Name: Alexander Wisniewski
Age: 45
Bio: Pittsburgh's Sausage King
Favorite Team: Former Pittsburgh Ironmen
Picks: 
1. Pittsburgh (Vulcans, Pioneers, Bridgers; black&silver)
2. Dallas (Renagades: Red,White, and Blue)
3. Buffalo (Soldiers (Bob Marley refernce); orange&black)

Last edited by J_James55 (8/12/2020 10:15 am)

 

8/11/2020 11:02 pm  #622


Re: History of the National Football Association- Update

J_James55 wrote:

Name: Alexander Wisniewski
Age: 45
Bio: Pittsburgh's Sausage King
Favorite Team: Former Pittsburgh Ironmen
Picks: 
1. Pittsburgh (Vulcans, Pioneers, Bridgers; black&silver)
2. Dallas (Rangers: Red,White, and Blue)
3. Buffalo (Barbarians; orange&black)

 Hey would you like to edit your submission, we already have the Cleveland Rangers and Milwaukee Barbarians in the league so I can’t really chose those names again.

     Thread Starter
 

8/12/2020 9:14 am  #623


Re: History of the National Football Association- Update

William Karcz
Age: 54
Bio: Owns a chain of car dealerships across eastern Wisconsin, stretching from Milwaukee north to the Michigan border.
Favorite Team: Milwaukee Barbarians

Expansion Vote:
1) Dallas - Good market? Check. Good ownership? Check. So lets do this. Dallas starts a push west and south. I want to recommend something with the red flying horse, and pegasus doesn't pluralize well, so I'd nominate the Dallas Flying Horses, using a Texas flag inspired red/white/blue color scheme.
2) Cincinnati - Helps move the league to the southeast if they want to continue to expand there, while still being near enough to other teams to build and grow rivalries. Named after a Roman, I nominate the Cincinnati Centurions, after the Roman officer who commanded a century of legionaries.
3) St. Louis - With Maxwell's plan to build a large stadium that will also host a college bowl, this seems to be a slam dunk. I'm sure a suitable temporary home can be arranged (whether sharing with the St. Louis Olympians or potentially spending a season sharing with the University of Missouri). I would nominate the name St. Louis Kings, in reference to Budweiser being the king of beers, and St. Louis being named after King Louis IX of France.


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8/12/2020 9:17 am  #624


Re: History of the National Football Association- Update

Name: Caleb Stevenson
Age: 43
Bio: Caleb Stevenson is the Founder of Stevenson's Markets, a growing Supermarket chain based in Yonkers, NY
Favorite Team: New York Cannons
Three Choices for Expansion *Ranked*:
1. Pittsburgh
2. Cincinnati
3. St. Louis
Any Additional Identity Ideas (Colors, Logo Ideas, Names): 
*Pittsburgh Hammers: Fits well with the city's blue-collar image, particularly it's steel and iron industry.
*Cincinnati River Hogs: Cincinnati is located on the banks of the Ohio River; also, one of Cincinnati's nicknames is Porkopolis.
*St. Louis Kings: The city of St. Louis is named for King Louis IX of France

 

Last edited by joho42x (8/12/2020 7:16 pm)

 

8/12/2020 10:16 am  #625


Re: History of the National Football Association- Update

MyTeamIsDr.Pepper wrote:

J_James55 wrote:

Name: Alexander Wisniewski
Age: 45
Bio: Pittsburgh's Sausage King
Favorite Team: Former Pittsburgh Ironmen
Picks: 
1. Pittsburgh (Vulcans, Pioneers, Bridgers; black&silver)
2. Dallas (Rangers: Red,White, and Blue)
3. Buffalo (Barbarians; orange&black)

 Hey would you like to edit your submission, we already have the Cleveland Rangers and Milwaukee Barbarians in the league so I can’t really chose those names again.

So Sorry! Consider it done
 

 

8/12/2020 4:32 pm  #626


Re: History of the National Football Association- Update

J_James55 wrote:

Name: Alexander Wisniewski
Age: 45
Bio: Pittsburgh's Sausage King
Favorite Team: Former Pittsburgh Ironmen
Picks: 
1. Pittsburgh (Vulcans, Pioneers, Bridgers; black&silver)
2. Dallas (Renagades: Red,White, and Blue)
3. Buffalo (Soldiers (Bob Marley refernce); orange&black)

Sausage king of Pittsburgh? Have you see the movie “Ferris bueller’s day off”
 

 

8/12/2020 4:41 pm  #627


Re: History of the National Football Association- Update

J_James55 wrote:

Name: Alexander Wisniewski
Age: 45
Bio: Pittsburgh's Sausage King
Favorite Team: Former Pittsburgh Ironmen
Picks: 
1. Pittsburgh (Vulcans, Pioneers, Bridgers; black&silver)
2. Dallas (Renagades: Red,White, and Blue)
3. Buffalo (Soldiers (Bob Marley refernce); orange&black)

The song wasn’t released until 1983, James. Look it up.

 

8/12/2020 5:23 pm  #628


Re: History of the National Football Association- Update

GeorgeBryzzo LoyolaTwirler Please stay on topic.

 

8/12/2020 5:39 pm  #629


Re: History of the National Football Association- Update

RightGuard wrote:

GeorgeBryzzo LoyolaTwirler Please stay on topic.

Ok

 

8/12/2020 7:31 pm  #630


Re: History of the National Football Association- Update

GeorgeBryzzo wrote:

J_James55 wrote:

Name: Alexander Wisniewski
Age: 45
Bio: Pittsburgh's Sausage King
Favorite Team: Former Pittsburgh Ironmen
Picks: 
1. Pittsburgh (Vulcans, Pioneers, Bridgers; black&silver)
2. Dallas (Renagades: Red,White, and Blue)
3. Buffalo (Soldiers (Bob Marley refernce); orange&black)

Sausage king of Pittsburgh? Have you see the movie “Ferris bueller’s day off”
 

You caught me

 

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