With a new team name comes many more changes, one of them being the creation of a new team crest. The newly-renamed Washington Commanders already completed this step, albeit, with one major blunder — they couldn’t even get the years of their Super Bowls correct.
When Washington dropped their new team crest, fans couldn’t help but noticed that all of the seasons listed along the bottom (which were supposed to represent the years they won their Super Bowls in) were one year off.
Washington won their Super Bowls during the 1937, 1942, 1982, 1987 and 1991 seasons, but their previous crest listed the years 1938, 1943, 1983, 1988 and 1992 along the bottom, as those were the exact year when they actually claimed the title, what with the big game taking place in January each year.
Fans scrutinized the mistake, nonetheless, causing the Commanders to eventually give in and make the change. They revealed it today. Have a look: