The Los Angeles Rams have been asking fans on social media for their opinions on upcoming uniform changes for the 2017 season.
At the beginning of February, there were reports surrounding the Los Angeles Rams changing their uniforms for the 2017 season. Thanks to the beauty of social media, the Rams have been asking fans to participate in polls to help come up with part of the designs for the uniforms, and it’s just as awesome as it sounds.
From the stripes on the pants to the type of face masks worn on the helmets, Los Angeles hasn’t messed around this week when asking for opinions from their beloved fans on the new uniforms for 2017. It’s always exciting to see teams reveal new logos, but to see the Rams allow their fans to chime in with the process takes the excitement to a whole new level.
Here’s a look at some of the polls from Tuesday and Wednesday courtesy of the Twitter page for the Rams:
After finishing the 2016 season by losing 11 of 12 games, it’s good to see Los Angeles provide their fans with a little excitement over the next few months until next September rolls around. Hopefully by then, Jared Goff will feel confident enough to emerge as the true leader of the Rams’ offense after the unit finished at the bottom of the league last year by only averaging 14 points per game.
Who knows, maybe an exciting change in the uniforms is just what Goff and the Rams need during their first season with Sean McVay to finally turn things around while becoming contenders in the NFC West.