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  1. This week features some good uniforms but bad matchups in my opinion. Packers are obviously great but the Rams ruin the matchup. And then I'm a big contrast guy so the other three matchups have too many colors right next to each other on the color wheel for my liking: -Ravens purple vs. Bills blue -Browns orange (especially since they're wearing orange pants) vs. Chiefs red -Bucs pewter vs. Saints all black
  2. The last time they wore orange pants at Heinz Field was in 2003, which also happens to be the last time they won a game at Heinz field before last night. And that was also a Sunday night game.
  3. White pants is by far the best option against a red/orange team, but I have a feeling they'll go with orange again because they've won two in a row now with those.
  4. First time since 2004 that we’ll see this matchup (+ striped socks for Cleveland and brown facemask)
  5. Unless I'm mistaken, which is very possible, I believe this will be the first non-preseason game since 2017 that the Saints will wear white over gold.
  6. I thought for sure Cleveland would go color rush for Monday night against Baltimore, but it looks like they may be going brown on orange.
  7. I know some people will say this isn't a legit source, but he's been right all year.
  8. Looks like Cleveland is going with white on brown. White/brown is far below white/white and white/orange in my opinion, but if they have to wear the brown pants, the Titans in columbia/columbia is a good time to do it.
  9. I don't want to put words in his mouth, but maybe he's saying if they wear the yellow pants too much, they'll lose their flair, which I can understand. Kinda like the Browns orange pants. I love the orange pants, but I still want the white pants to be the primary option because it makes the orange appearances special. When you have two really good options (which most teams don't), you have that privilege.
  10. I'm starting to think that the general population, at least among the people who decide on which uniforms will be worn, for whatever reason think that color contrast between teams is a bad thing. I used to think it was just a case of not taking the matchup into account, but at this point it seems like intentional decisions are being made to wear the same or similar colors as the opposing team. It's baffling, yet somehow keeps happening.
  11. Browns ruining the opportunity for an awesome looking matchup against Pittsburgh by wearing the worthless brown pants