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“That is the way this game is -- you win, you lose, you celebrate and you suffer.” -- Vin Scully

The Rams were the final team with new uniforms for the 2020 season to unveil them. Rams fans were growing restless and eager to see if the team would make up for the logo that so many despise. Once they were released, they were yet another miss among the team’s fanbase.

However, the players seem to be taking a liking to the new uniforms as they’ve been sharing on social media.  They believed that the new jerseys will give the team a fresh new look going into a new home such as SoFi stadium 

One Ram, in particular, safety John Johnson III,  embraced them so much and took to Instagram to tell fans to embrace the change or find a new team. While many fans would see this and immediately have their pitchforks ready to run Johnson out of town, he’s by no means trying to anger fans. He’s pointing out that their opinion on the new jerseys along with the change in the logo shouldn’t stop them from wholeheartedly supporting the team.

Johnson has a point, as these new changes shouldn’t stop Rams’ fans from supporting their team, especially since the players seem to be on board. Once the team gets back out on the field and starts winning games, is it really going to mater?

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