NFL fans comment on the Super Bowl 56 logo looking like dripping blood instead of palm trees

During NBC’s broadcast of the Rams vs. Buccaneers on Sunday, fans began to notice something seemed odd about the Super Bowl 56 logo in the background of the broadcast booth.

Since Super Bowl 56 will take place in Inglewood, Cali., at SoFi Stadium, the logo features palm trees in the letters “LVI.” However, the designer decided to make the palm trees red, which makes the trees look like blood from a distance. And not just any kind of blood: dripping blood.

Once you see the blood dripping down the logo, it’s hard to take your eyes off it.

Depending on the lighting and the quality of the image, it is a bit difficult to see the detail of the palm trees in the logo. Fans took to Twitter to express their confusion and general thoughts on the logo:

Ironically, the blood appeared during the Rams vs. Buccaneers in none other than Tom Brady. During a controversial play with Von Miller, Brady’s lip was cut off, and memes of his bloody lip surfaced on the internet.

Fans began drawing comparisons of Brady’s lip to the logo, as well as comparing other gory player memorabilia to the logo:

Super Bowl 56 is on Sunday, February 13 at 6:30 pm ET. Following an incredible Divisional Round in which all four games were decided on the final play, the final four are set with the Chiefs hosting the Bengals in the AFC Championship Game and the Rams hosting the 49ers in the AFC Championship Game. NFC Championship.

History repeats itself with a victory for the Rams on Sunday. If they beat their NFC West rivals, the Rams would be the second consecutive host team to play in the Super Bowl. Tom Brady led the Buccaneers to a victory over the Chiefs in Tampa last year.