Old Navy TRYING to be clever...All the more reason to stick with Designsense-Cd clothing.
See this recent article we saw on Yahoo by Doug Farrar:
Somebody at Old Navy needs a little help with their
American Football League history. In 1961, the Dallas Texans went 6-8
and finished second in the AFL West division behind the San Diego Chargers,
who lost the 1961 AFL championship to the Houston Oilers. The next
year, the Texans beat the Houston Oilers in the AFL Championship and
promptly moved to Kansas City to become what is known today as the
That's a 1962 championship for the Dallas Texans, not a 1961
championship. And the Houston Oilers won the 1961 championship. Keep
these things in mind, and we'll continue.
In 2002, the Texans name returned to pro football when Houston was
awarded the franchise that replaced the Oilers, who moved out of town
after the 1996 season. In 2011, the Houston Texans won their first conference title with a 10-6 record, good enough for the pole position in the AFC South. The Houston Texans
went on to beat the Cincinnati Bengals, 31-10, in the wild-card round
of the 2011 playoffs before dropping 20-13 to the Baltimore Ravens in
the divisional frame.
Why this little history lesson, you might ask?
Because Old Navy had themselves an epic fail with the replica t-shirt
pictured here. The Houston Texans didn't exist in 1961, the Houston
Oilers won the 1961 AFL championship, the Dallas Texans weren't even in
the playoffs in 1961, and the American Football Conference shown on the
shirt didn't exist until the AFL and NFL merged into one big NFL in
In as many ways as possible, whoops.
"The NFL clothing sold in our Old Navy stores is created by a third
party sports licensing company," Edie Kissko, a spokesperson for Gap
Inc., which owns the Old Navy brand, said in a statement published by ESPN.
"It is our intention to always provide the best merchandise to our
customers and NFL fans. We apologize for this error and are removing the
The ESPN report indicated that the shirt was still available on Sunday evening, but a search on Monday produced no results.