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  1. With the Jets donning white for week 6, the Cowboys blue jersey since 1996 will have been worn at many AFC teams places who have done WAH on a regular basis. The only teams left are Buffalo, Baltimore, and Cincinnati. Any chance the Bengals or Ravens take a shot at it next year?
  2. The orange helmet going with it makes the combo a mismatch. The Bengals color rush would look a lot better with a white helmet. Just like a certain college football team who wears the same kind of uniform does.
  3. Week 4. A Dolphins game in their non-throwback uniform that actually doesn't suck. The knew what the Chargers had in their powder blue, but this matchup was better than I thought it would be.
  4. Stuff like this is what the NFL is afraid of.
  5. You mean we won't get the game we've been seeing the previous two years between Buffalo and Miami?
  6. The Seahawks always wear the wolf grey against Arizona. They didn't in 2017 because of the color rush. They're probably going to do the same again. Seattle has worn the all white when they have a Monday night game on the road. They did it in Chicago (2018) and Washington (2014). I'm guessing they'll wear all white against the 49ers at Levi's Stadium. White tops and blue pants at Pittsburgh. They always start out in that combo.
  7. Ravens in white this week. I'm surprised. They only go WAH in week 1 since Harbaughs been the coach. Last time they wore white at home in week 2 was against the Raiders in 2006. Maybe the Bengals doing WAH was a Marvin Lewis thing? Because he did have power in the front office when he was with CIN.
  8. Why are the Bengals wearing black for a potential hot weather game? I know I'm late on this piece. And who is making the decisions? The game in CIN this week is forecasted to be in the 80s.
  9. Cleveland has a rookie head coach, and teams with rookie head coaches don't make the Super Bowl. Plus, the Browns have more to prove. Because they're getting too much love. The Patriots are stung with bad memories as a WAH team with that Super Bowl loss to the Eagles. Probably why they aren't doing it against Dallas. The other team in the AFC that has a shot at the Super Bowl are the Chargers. It would depend on if the circumstance. Like how good they do on the road or whatever other reason. Actually, it would be the 4th year in a row against AFC teams. Going back to 2016. Against the Chargers, Bills, Ravens, and Titans.