1. Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta has one of the newest stadiums in the league, so imagining the franchise building a new one is a stretch. However, we wouldn’t be mad if this was the result. This AI vision is pretty sweet. The stadium appears to be massive, and we really like the dome/open-air combo. One gripe? The scoreboard is pretty small for such a huge opening.
2. Arizona Cardinals
Arizona’s current stadium is one of the most well-known around the league. The venue has hosted three Super Bowls, a College Football Playoff National Championship Game, WrestleMania, and the Fiesta Bowl yearly since 2007. With that being said, we are in favor of this AI gem. The outside of the stadium is fierce, and the three points on the South end are a perfect match for the Cardinal logo.
3. Houston Texans
This one reminds us of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The front of this stadium is striking. The huge, glass entry grabs your attention immediately, and the red stripe across the top makes it clear that this is home to the Houston Texans. Bravo, AI.
4. New England Patriots
Can this be built next year? New England’s AI stadium looks part cruise ship and part outdoor pizza oven, but that’s not a bad thing. The dome will help shield fans and players from the bitter cold that the Patriots play in every winter, and the opening will allow for some fresh air on more pleasant days.
5. Minnesota Vikings
Talk about a bad ass look. The Vikings currently play in what is regarded as one of the best stadiums in the NFL, but it is hard to look at this version and not daydream about Minnesota’s future. The roof of the stadium looks like it can close and form a full dome (hopefully), and in its current state, the ‘V’ shape is perfect for the franchise. This would be an intimidating place to play.
6. Indianapolis Colts
With Anthony Richardson showing promise as a young quarterback, it is only fitting that Indianapolis opens a new stadium during his time as Indy’s QB1. It would be easy to confuse this stadium for one that the Rams could call home, but the shade of blue is distinctly Colts. With at least six levels of seats, this venue is a behemoth.
7. Cleveland Browns
Cleveland has not had a lot to celebrate during its run in the NFL — especially in the past few decades. The team’s logo is an orange helmet, but it also is associated with an elf and a bullmastiff. The Browns have a famous fan section known as the Dawg Pound, which makes this huge bullmastiff statue outside the stadium a great addition. Also, the artwork on the outside of this dome gives it some unique flair.
8. New York Jets
Finally, the Jets have their own stadium. Sick and tired of sharing a home field with the Giants, the Jets move into an open-air venue built on the water. Fittingly, New York’s new stadium features a green exterior to help Aaron Rodgers feel like he is back playing in Green Bay. Do we think the Jets are using real grass or turf in this AI stadium?
9. Carolina Panthers
This is a winner. AI nailed this futuristic stadium built specifically for the Carolina Panthers. The shape of the building makes it feel like the fans would be directly on top of the field. Imagine staring up at four walls of thousands of people? The giant panther head floating above the entrance to the stadium is imposing, and also a technological marvel. When can this be built?
10. Pittsburgh Steelers
In a visionary fusion of Pittsburgh’s industrial heritage and cutting-edge innovation, the new stadium for the Pittsburgh Steelers stands as a testament to the city’s enduring spirit. Rising from the ashes of a historic steel mill, this futuristic arena seamlessly blends the past with the future. The stadium’s exterior reflects the city’s industrial roots, with its outer shell adorned in sleek, polished steel panels reminiscent of the mill’s former glory.
11. Buffalo Bills
Would playing inside a dome eliminate a huge part of Buffalo’s home field advantage? Probably. Do we care? Not really. This AI creation looks fantastic. Plus, it looks like there is enough of an opening in the side of the building that some of the cold air can still make its way in and fluster visiting teams. Our only gripe with this new stadium is that there isn’t a huge buffalo statue outside.
12. Washington Commanders
Now we’re talking. The Washington Commanders — they may have a new name in a few years — currently play in a stadium that is well past its prime. This AI creation features a grandstand that is reminiscent of European football stadiums, and a large horseshoe of seats filling the remainder of the stadium. While the massive banner wouldn’t be present once the games kick-off, it is certainly a cool feature.
13. Baltimore Ravens
This stadium looks like something straight out of a horror film. The two ravens guarding the entrance are equal parts cool and terrifying. Combined with the figure at the center of the entrance — the one with the glowing, purple circle — it looks like the Pokémon Golbat. Regardless of what AI was going for, it did well. The gothic feel to this stadium fits the Ravens perfectly.
14. Los Angeles Rams
This is one of our favorites. AI clearly ignored the fact that the Rams play in Los Angeles, and opted to build their new stadium into a mountainside. This would immediately become the coolest venue in the NFL, and we would be willing to throw down some money to visit in a heartbeat. The massive, ghoulish ram heads adoring the dome are a 10/10.
15. Philadelphia Eagles
We understand what AI was going for with this Eagles stadium, but we don’t like it. The top of the building resembles a nest — and we have to say, it is quite creepy. It would have been better if the roof was meant to look like wings. This isn’t a good look, but is also might just be weird enough to psych out some visiting teams.
16. New Orleans Saints
What’s more fitting for a Louisiana-based franchise than building a stadium in the bayou? New Orleans already boasts one of the best homefield advantages in the NFL, but this would take things to an even higher level. Imagine taking an airboat to the stadium and seeing a ton of alligators on your way? Teams would be psyched out before they even take the field.
17. New York Giants
About time the Giants and Jets got their own separate stadiums. And, AI did an excellent job of differentiating the two arenas apart. The G-Men’s abode is built near the water, with views of the city — including what appears to be Central Park — making up a picturesque background. The essence of a stadium can often be used to intimidate opponents, but we’d wager that visitors would be more than happy to play away games in this beautiful setting.
18. Seattle Seahawks
It doesn’t get much better than Seattle’s current residence, but AI really outdid itself with this one. The futuristic-like dome is a bit ambitious, though its shape resembles that of a bird. Fans can be seen littered around the arena, and can seemingly swap their plans to a boating trip on a whim. The iconic Space Needle seen in the distance makes it so we can never mistake where this stadium is located.
19. Green Bay Packers
We have to hand it to AI here. The Packers are unlikely to ever leave Lambeau. But, if they ever did, it would have to be for something completely new and innovative. The entire stadium is an homage to one of the most historic franchises in the sport. The exterior seems to be covered in icy grass — an obvious ode to the “Frozen Tundra”. And, the dome is shaped like a cheese wheel, with the yellow paint to match.
20. Denver Broncos
This isn’t too far off from Denver’s current stadium — minus the 100-foot tall diamond bronco. Other than the giant sculpture, this is a mostly grounded-take compared to AI’s other efforts. The Broncos already boast one of the league’s best home-field advantages. Visitors often struggle adapting to the altitude, while Denver veterans thrive in the conditions.
21. Detroit Lions
AI may have taken it a bit too far with this. We’re unsure of how many lions there are in Michigan. But, AI seemingly found a Detroit-based safari to place the Lions stadium. Safety rules would go out of the window in this one. Imagine paying $50 for parking only to find a fully grown lion meeting you outside your door. Maybe we’ll just go home and watch RedZone instead….
22. Jacksonville Jaguars
That’s one fierce cat. The Jaguars have been a bit overlooked since joining the NFL as an expansion team in 1995. They’ve tried everything to stand out, including donning some of the boldest (and ugliest) uniforms in the league. Instead of clothing their players in mustard yellow, how about a 10-ton jaguar to greet their fans? The stadium itself is just an accessory in this mock-up, though the retractable dome would be a nice addition for the Florida-based squad.
23. Dallas Cowboys
This is one of our favorites. It doesn’t get much better than “Jerry World”, the Cowboys’ current residence (legally known as AT&T Stadium) located in Arlington. However, AI did a nice job of providing an updated look while staying grounded in reality. The iconic ‘star’ is front and center, and it fits snugly inside a dome piece which appears to be in the shape of a cowboy hat. You could do a lot with this arena, including lighting up the star when the Cowboys score a touchdown, creating an epic scene for views outside of the stadium.
24. Kansas City Chiefs
We’re not entirely sure what AI was going for here. Inside, a sea of red can be seen. The Chiefs’ boast a die-hard fanbase, so a jam-packed arena of fans donning red attire is all too familiar when it comes to the two-time Super Bowl champions. However, the exterior is where we’re left a bit puzzled. Are those floating spoons? We have no idea what spoons have to do with Kansas City or the Chiefs football team, but I guess when you’re winners you can do whatever you want…
25. Los Angeles Chargers
This is more like it when it comes to an LA-based team. AI went completely off the grid with the Rams, placing them near snow-covered mountains unbefitting of a Southern California locale. Dry hills with a city backdrop is more like it. Our favorite part of the structure are the two tails which extend out towards the entrance. We imagine lights would be installed throughout those parts to provide some electrical surges after the Chargers reach the end zone.
26. San Francisco 49ers
The 49ers’ current home — Levi’s Stadium — has long been criticized for its remote location. Well, at least you don’t have to take a boat to get there like this AI-version. We understand the vision with this one, but it wouldn’t work in application. Nobody’s taking a 30-minute boat ride to go watch Brock Purdy throw lame ducks to his receivers. All joking aside, this stadium is absolutely gorgeous — and further highlighted by the Bay Bridge featured in the background.
27. Tennessee Titans
Can the Titans build this immediately? When we asked AI to create alternate versions of NFL stadiums, building a modern-coliseum for a team named the “Titans” is exactly what we were hoping for. And, AI delivered in the best way. The stone architecture just adds to the lore, as a giant archway is the perfect entrance point for players to join the field. Stadiums like this would make the contest feel more like a battle rather than your typical football game.
28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Another hit by AI. This is positively gorgeous. When the Buccaneers joined the NFL back in the 70’s, a stadium like this is probably what fans thought they’d be seeing in the 2020’s. The pirate-themed artillery surrounding the field immerses the fans into the game. The bright red coloring used throughout the stadium alerts fans that it’s the Buccaneers, not the Raiders, that they’re cheering for. The only glaring omission is the lack of a pirate ship, though that could always be built at a later date.
29. Cincinnati Bengals
We’re sensing a theme here. AI likes to send the teams with cat-based mascots into the jungle. There aren’t any bengal cats in sight, but they probably aren’t too far away given the forest-like foreground. The wide-open glass allows fans to look inside and catch a glimpse of the interior. We rather enjoy the roof, which utilizes a striped-pattern which can be seen on the Bengals current helmets.
30. Chicago Bears
It looks like it’ll be a workout just making it inside the stadium. Those who traverse across the forest-filled locale will be pleased to see the triple-decker arena awaiting them. Based on scale, this looks to be one of the bigger arenas that AI generated. The Chicago faithful have never failed to sell out home games, even when the team has struggled. Building a beautiful arena like this would be a nice ‘thank you’ to fans who have stuck with the Bears through the good time (emphasis on the singularity, shoutout to the ’85 Bears) and bad.
31. Miami Dolphins
Football on a boat, what could possibly go wrong? Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill is so fast he may run off the side of the arena if he isn’t careful. Given the vegetation that can be seen around the field, we’re not clear on where fans are supposed to be sitting. One thing is for sure, Miami would be the permanent spot for the Pro Bowl Game if this was their current stadium. Who wouldn’t want to come here after their season is over?
32. Las Vegas Raiders
We’re not totally sold on this one. Perhaps if the skull located outside of the stadium more closely resembled the Raiders actual logo. Instead, it looks more like a cheap knock-off of the the team’s iconic look. Where’s the eye patch? AI can’t hit it out of the park every time. The actual architects win out on this one, as the Raiders’ current home — Allegiant Stadium — far exceeds AI’s efforts.
MLB Hats Re-Imagined by AI
1. Oakland Athletics
The A’s may not be in Oakland for much longer, so the club may be looking into uniform changes soon. If the A’s move to Las Vegas but opt to keep green and gold as their color scheme — this hat isn’t too bad. The AI forgot to add the “‘s” to the logo, but otherwise it works. The ‘A’ is bold, and the gold design on the bill is unique. Solid start to this exercise.
2. Colorado Rockies
This might be one of our favorite hats that AI created. The Colorado Rockies have had the same interlocked ‘CR’ hat since entering the league, so a new concept would be welcomed. This hat maintains Colorado’s familiar purple, but also represents the state well by incorporating trees. The silver emblem in the middle would be hard to decipher without context, but knowing that it belongs to the Rockies makes it clear that it is a mountain top.
3. Washington Nationals
This time around, the AI didn’t stray too far from reality. The Nationals regularly wear a red hat with a cursive ‘W’ on the front. This look features a slightly different ‘W’, and pink has replaced the classic red. We like the pink hat as it fits in with Washington’s Cherry Blossom inspired City Connect uniform.
4. Pittsburgh Pirates
This hat fits the name. The Pirates have one of the best looks in baseball, and this hat doesn’t try to do too much. The leather lid and yellow stitching gives the hat a rougher look — one that we think is fitting for the Pirate name. This hat looks like it’s been at sea for a while.
5. Arizona Diamondbacks
Let’s say this first — Arizona needs to go back to the purple and teal combo. While the current colors aren’t bad, the purple/teal is 100 times better. This hat created by AI is wild. The pattern looks like it was somewhat(?) inspired by a snake, while the ‘D’ no longer has a snake head. Not the best, not as bad as some hats to come…
6. Minnesota Twins
Minnesota has a classic hat, but AI delivered some fire with this one. The color scheme stays true to the Twins, and we really like the logo. Instead of the usual ‘TC’ logo, it looks like AI decided to go with a double ‘T’. TWINS. It works.
7. Kansas City Royals
Royalty. That is the first thing that comes to mind when looking at this hat. So, that is why we think this AI creation is a winner. There is no debating which team this hat belongs to — the Kansas City Royals. It would look even better if the team was competitive, but they have time to turn things around before this imagined hat becomes a reality.
8. San Diego Padres
San Diego ditched the blue it wore for much of the 2000s in favor of the team’s beloved brown/gold combo, and everyone is in favor…except AI. The program decided to bring the blue back to San Diego — and created a crazy hat in the process. The two-tone hat features palm trees and what appears to be waves crashing onto the shore (very San Diego), and the logo has been altered to show an ‘S’, ‘D’, and ‘P’.
9. Texas Rangers
This is one boring hat. The red bill is a nice choice to compliment the white lid, but the logo itself is too small and the white gets lost in the rest of the hat. We thought everything was supposed to be bigger in Texas?
10. Milwaukee Brewers
Milwaukee ditched its hat that looked like this for much of the 2000s, and replaced it with a modernized version of its classic logo. So, fans will probably be upset with the AI for returning to the ‘M’. In reality, it isn’t a bad look. The ‘M’ looks to be enlarged in this shot, but otherwise it’s relatively unchanged. We could picture the Brewers wearing this on the field.
11. Los Angeles Angels
If the Angels trade Shohei Ohtani or watch him leave in free agency this winter, they might as well start over and introduce new uniforms. The club has maintained the same look for more than 20 years, and it is certainly time for a refresh. This hat isn’t too far off from the current look, but we like the all-white logo against the red lid.
12. Cleveland Guardians
The Guardians are another team in need of a new uniform — but this hat is hideous. There is nothing wrong with Cleveland’s current ‘C’ lid, so AI did too much here. The block ‘G’ is too clunky, the bill looks like someone spilled paint on it, and the red patterns surrounding the logo are questionable at best.
13. Cincinnati Reds
We should have seen this one coming. What else would an AI tool do when reimagining a hat for a team named the Reds? This hat isn’t great, but the white outline saves it from being a giant, bloody mess. Who else is in favor of Cincinnati rocking its City Connect hat more often?
14. Seattle Mariners
The Mariners have some great hats — their regular lid, City Connect, and throwbacks are all awesome. For this one, AI seems to have stolen the light green color from the NHL’s Seattle Kraken. And, guess what? It works. The ‘S’ is bigger than what we’re used to, but there isn’t much to complain about with this one.
15. Baltimore Orioles
The Orioles are thriving in 2023 on the diamond, but could you imagine how scared teams would be if they saw these hats in action? The bird on this hat looks like it is out to kill. The beak is massive, and that thing is looking to poke some eyes out. What a job by the AI.
16. Detroit Tigers
Yeah…no. This one is a complete failure. The tiger looks like it’s confused by the Cincinnati Bengals introducing a white helmet and is now unsure of its own identity. The claw marks on the hat are tacky. This hat would be mocked by everyone in the league.
17. Miami Marlins
Anything is better than what the Marlins are currently wearing on their heads. The franchise never should have abandoned the teal/silver/black uniforms that it won two World Series in. This hat is not on the same level as the old school hat that featured the ‘F’ and marlin, but it’s way better than the current look.
18. Chicago White Sox
Simple, but clean. The White Sox have been an embarrassment on the field in 2023, but they have one of the better looks in the league. Their hat is unique and is easily identifiable. This time around the AI program replaced the black lid with a white one, and turned the typically-white logo black. This is a winning look.
19. Houston Astros
These could easily be worn with Houston’s City Connect uniform — the one which says ‘Space City’ across the chest. This hat looks like it belongs in space. Some may say it looks like the moon, but we think it resembles a person looking back towards Earth through the clouds. We wouldn’t wear it, but it’s pretty solid.
20. New York Mets
Poor, poor Mets. What is this hideous creation? The two-tone bill resembles a NERF Vortex — that football with a tail from your childhood. The color of the lid doesn’t fit with the orange/blue bill. If the entire hat was the darker blue it would be okay. Instead, this is gross.
21. Tampa Bay Rays
We’re in favor of bringing the Devil Rays logo back, but this is interesting. The color of the hat hits the mark — although we can’t tell if the bill is a slightly darker blue than the rest of the hat. Either way, we like it. The logo clearly has a ‘T’…and then a mix of a ‘D’ and ‘B’? AI could have taken the easy route and just put the animal back on the hat.
22. San Francisco Giants
At first glance, this hat is fine. The pattern on the bill is out there, but it’s not the worst look imaginable. Where we have problems, however, are with the orange mass on the side of the hat and within the logo itself. The mass on the side of the hat looks like something out of Stranger Things. As for the logo, it contains an extra line in the ‘F’.
23. Philadelphia Phillies
The Phillies shouldn’t mess with their hat — at least if it looks anything like this. It would be one thing if the cream color was featured on the front panel instead of the back. Instead, this hat comes off as unfinished and amateurish. The fans would boo this one just like they’ve grown to boo Trea Turner.
24. Toronto Blue Jays
Sonic, is that you? Something about this logo looks very familiar. Overall, we think AI did a decent job with this one. The blue jay is massive and looks intimidating. The shine pops off the rest of the hat, as well. We slightly favor Baltimore’s new hat over this one — but we could come around.
25. Atlanta Braves
Atlanta’s hat is another one that shouldn’t be messed with. However, this still resembles the Braves enough that you would know who the hat belongs to. A white lid replaces the typical blue look, while a stylized ‘A’ is underlined by a tomahawk. It’s unlikely the league would allow the tomahawk’s inclusion on the hat at this point. AI should know better.
26. St. Louis Cardinals
What in the world…
St. Louis’ classic red remains the dominant color on this AI creation, but the rest of the hat is out of control. Not only is there a cityscape, but the logo itself appears to feature a cardinal sitting in a nest. We have no more words for this mess.
27. Chicago Cubs
The AI embraced the ivy, what about you? Wrigley Field is famous for many reasons, one of which is its ivy covered outfield walls. So, it is only appropriate that the AI program designed this hat. Our favorite part of this hat is the logo — one that is seen on the home uniform, but never on the hat itself.
28. Boston Red Sox
There are now two monsters at Fenway Park. Move over Green Monster, this hat is now the scariest thing at Fenway. There is nothing to say about this hat that would do justice to what we feel while looking at it. Disgusting stuff from AI.
29. Los Angeles Dodgers
Do we ever want to see the Dodgers wear this hat? No. Can we imagine the team selling it in the team store and giving it away on a promotional night? Absolutely. Los Angeles’ hat is recognizable across the globe. The cursive font on this hat is fun, as is the floral pattern in the background. While it’s not horrible. it reminds us too much of grandma’s couch.
30. New York Yankees
Seriously? This is the best the AI could do with the New York Yankees? We suppose credit is due for the iconic logo being left alone. However, this is as boring as it gets. Let’s hope the Yankees never actually wear this on the field.
College Football Helmets Re-Imagined by AI
1. UConn Huskies