What's the best and/or worst uniform the nfl ever saw? Current or past, standard or alt.
Did Jacksonville only wear this for one game? Make the socks black and it's easily GOAT tier. Should have been their permanent alt.
Nigga the some of the most /fa/ teams in NFL history (Raiders, 49ers, Packers, LA-2000 St. Louis Rams, and Cowboys to name a few) don't go monotone. It looks bad more often than it looks good and it really only looks good in white.
I like Michigan's all white.
This right here.
Why the Broncos did not go for the 80's and early 90's look for a throwback?
I'm not a huge fan of the 'blackout' alternatives that seem to get more and more popular every year but the Eagles did it right. Those teams you listed are all meh to not bad but not goat. 'monochrome' as it were for form fitting unis on an athlete looks better objectively because blocks of different colors aren't breaking the visual of their different body parts, which are throwing, kicking, running, jumping, etc in a single fluid, interdependent motion as a single body. Monochrome allows that image to flow naturally without disruption.
Quick shoop cause I think the Lions need to bring back the blue pants road alternate.
This abomination. Please get rid of this and make the yellow helmet, other black alt jersey (with the simplified sleeve stripe and yellow type) and yellow pants kit standard.
I like the color rush uniforms. This hideousness is exactly what I find endearing, and I'm looking forward to seeing more next year. (pls no bully)
Anyone know how they sold? It was clearly a pre-Christmas marketing gimmick, but I hope it did well enough to warrant it coming back. Apparently Nike has already designed the color rush uniforms for all team.