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2020 NFL Season week by week uniform match-up combos: From HOF Game to Super Bowl LV

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At least we won't have to see these(one year makes a big difference):

Buccaneers Reveal Another Clue About Their New Uniforms

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Just now, AgentColon2 said:

Bucs gotta go white in the Super Bowl!


they also wore red this playoffs though with the win in Washington 

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On 1/16/2021 at 7:47 PM, hort22 said:

god dammit bills...(socks)

god dammit bills (socks again)

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5 minutes ago, lahaye7 said:

who picks jersey color this year? Tampa might go white. 

NFC is the designated home team this year. I think the Bucs go red/pewter

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No way Tampa isn't in red/pewter. The first team to host a Super Bowl and play in it, and their only Super Bowl win is in red/pewter. 

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On 1/21/2021 at 12:21 PM, Michael Bolton said:

Tampa on Twitter just confirmed pewter pants for Sunday, so we'll get the same glorious matchup from back in October just in a slightly less temperate setting.

The pewter pants looked good in the low sun setting and in the cold 

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2 hours ago, hort22 said:

god dammit bills (socks again)

 

Since they don't have white socks with stripes that match the white jersey, the all white socks are their best choice. Anything is better than blue on blue.

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2 hours ago, hort22 said:

god dammit bills (socks again)

I’m more concerned about the Chiefs.

 

I just noticed there’s some players wearing the standard red socks while others seem to be wearing their standard white socks.

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I hope Kansas City wears all-white. That would be a phenomenal matchup. 
 

There’s a little too much red if the Chiefs wear their red pants. 

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45 minutes ago, oldschoolvikings said:

 

Since they don't have white socks with stripes that match the white jersey, the all white socks are their best choice. Anything is better than blue on blue.

 

But they do...

 

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38 minutes ago, DNAsports said:

I’m more concerned about the Chiefs.

 

I just noticed there’s some players wearing the standard red socks while others seem to be wearing their standard white socks.

And some all red, and other wearing all white. It’s like watching the St. Louis Cardinals with all the sock combinations.

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13 minutes ago, jp1409 said:

 

But they do...

 

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Those are the standard blue striped socks

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49 minutes ago, oldschoolvikings said:

I hate that navy outline on the outside of the Bills numbers.

Uh that's red

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1 minute ago, GoHawks said:

Uh that's red


The red is outlined in navy

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4 minutes ago, DNAsports said:

Those are the standard blue striped socks

 

Nope, look at the stripes. Now look at the stripes worn with the blue jersey.

 

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1 minute ago, jp1409 said:

 

Nope, look at the stripes. Now look at the stripes worn with the blue jersey.

 

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4 minutes ago, DNAsports said:


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Gotta be kidding me. Red-navy-royal-navy-red stripes like the white jersey, no solid royal underneath red.  The home socks have navy-red-white-red-navy stripes and solid royal underneath just like the blue jerseys.

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