‘Detroit Rams’ Shirts From Michigan Store Go Viral Ahead of Super Bowl
What do you think? Is "Detroit Rams" gear supportive, funny, or just sad?
Lots of Michiganders will be cheering for former Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford as he and his new team, the L.A. Rams take on the Cincinnati Bengals at the Super Bowl on Sunday - but would wearing a "Detroit Rams" while doing it be a step too far?
According to The Detroit News, Pro Sports Zone in Livonia is selling "Detroit Rams" T-shirts, hoodies and other collectibles.
Pro Sports Zone owner John Yu tells The Detroit News,
We got them in yesterday and they have been flying off the shelves. A really hot item.
The gear is produced by a Michigan company called The D Line, that's also selling it online.
As of of Friday, a spokesperson from The D Line told The Detroit News they'd sold about 500 "Detroit Rams" shirts and expected to sell several hundred more before the big game on Sunday.
The Bleacher Report Tweeted about the "Detroit Rams" gear and reactions run the gamut from stoked, to embarrassed, to pissed.
A piece from Deadspin on the Rams/ Lions mashup gear also got people talking.
According to The Detroit News, it's The D Line's second best selling shirt of all time and the story went so crazy on social media Friday that the owner of The D Line had to turn off his notifications on his cell phone.
So what's your take on "Detroit Rams" gear? Would you rock it or naw?