When the leaders revealed their new name, logos, and outfits 20 days ago, there was one intriguing element to the team’s new branding.
The new Washington logo marked the team’s five years of championships. But the years mentioned were when the championship match was played instead of the season.
So, while the team had the proper dates from the NFL Championships in 1937 and 1942, its three Super Bowl wins from the 1982, 1987, and 1991 regular season were (shown in the photo) listed in 1983, 1988, and 1992.
It was an obvious problem, as no one was referring to championship years like that. For example, the Rams will always be honored with Super Bowl victories in 1999 and 2021 because that’s the season they won.
Last week’s report indicated that the leaders were already Trying to update their logo With Roman numerals to represent their three Super Bowl victories. But the NFL requires approval of all changes to logos and team identities, and the request is reportedly denied.
It’s also possible that it would seem strange to the logo to have years in the first two tournaments and then the Roman numerals for the other three.
But Washington on Tuesday unveiled a new logo for the correct regular season.
“We heard you loud and clear,” the leaders wrote on Twitter. From now on, our badge will reflect our Super Bowl victories a year ago That regular season. “
Therefore, the logo that was supposed to take more than a year to create has been changed just 20 days after it was revealed.