If you’re bored of the helmet that your favorite NFL team wears every week, then we’ve got some good news for you. NFL helmet maker, Riddell, decided to design new helmets for all 32 NFL teams! The company is calling these amazing new helmets the “Blaze Collection” — and we think you’ll agree that they definitely live up to the hype. To see all 32 teams, make sure to check out the entire slideshow! (Click Next to get Started)
We could barely contain our excitement when we saw this one! The Lions should do everything in their power to switch from their boring silver helmet to this awesome new design.
Believe it or not, the Dolphins’ helmet was voted the top new look in a helmet challenge that Riddell held on their Instagram account. Who knew people loved the color turquoise?
We’re big fans of the gray helmets. Especially with the red cage. Regardless of the color scheme, the Falcons also have one of the better looking logos.
The redesigned Bengals helmet looks pretty cool, but if you want to get technical, a black tiger with orange stripes doesn’t actually exist in nature. But when your franchise hasn’t won a playoff game since 1991 (that’s not a typo!) it’s ok to get a little creative to please your fans.
Still haven’t made up my mind on how I feel about this helmet. What do you think?
New England Patriots
In Super Bowl XLII, the New York Giants shocked the world, defeating the New England Patriots 17-14, destroying their hopes of a perfect season. Patriots coach Bill Belichick (who is notoriously superstitious) was wearing a red hoodie during this crushing loss. So it’s safe to assume Belichick would never let his team wear a red helmet.
The Raiders should hold onto this new design for their eventual move to Las Vegas. Although there’s no official timetable as to when the Raiders will actually call Sin City their home, there’s a good chance it won’t happen until at least 2020.
This would be a huge shakeup from the Bears traditional old school helmet. What would Ditka think of “Da Bears” new look?
North Carolina sports team are notorious for wearing blue, which is why Riddell went all in on blue with the Panthers new design. This is easily one of our favorite of the bunch.
If the Redskins change the color of their helmet from red to gold, do they have to change their name to the Goldskins?
After 17 straight seasons of missing the playoffs, Bills fans probably feel as blue as this new helmet. Their current helmet isn’t anything special, but this blue is a little excessive.
In 2015, the Baltimore Ravens made their fans suffer through three hours of watching them play in what might be the ugliest jersey combination of all time. Their combo of black helmet, purple jersey, and gold pants – was one of the worst uniform choices we’ve seen in years. Riddell has adopted the gold theme and applied it to the facemask, but in this case, it actually looks pretty cool.
For the Steelers’ new helmets, Riddell dump the traditional black and went with a bright yellow. Between Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell, Pittsburgh already has one of the flashiest teams in the NFL, so why not throw in some bright yellow.
Riddell swapped out the Texans blue for a powerful red. The Texans face off against the Steelers on Christmas day, if they wore this helmet it would be perfect, the red feels very festive.
The blue is a major change from the Cowboys traditional silver helmet. Considering Dallas is a franchise rich in history (and winning) it’s hard to imagine their fan base supporting such a radical change.
In what can be considered a lost season, this redesigned helmet is probably the best thing to happen to the Indianapolis Colts in 2017. Indy fans are anxious to get Andrew Luck back on the field next year — and if they’re really lucky — he might be wearing this helmet.
There are rumors swirling around the NFL that this helmet has magical powers, and can keep Blake Bortles from throwing interceptions. Even if that’s not entirely true, it’s still a pretty cool helmet.
The Titans have fantastic colors, which is why it’s a shame to see them wasted on their current (boring) white helmet. This blue helmet with the red cage is infinitely better than what they’re wearing today. Let’s go Titans fans, get them to make the switch!
This orange helmet would add a nice punch to their white or navy jerseys. Broncos fans would love to see Von Miller chasing down helpless quarterbacks in his fancy new orange helmet.
Kansas City Chiefs
While yellow has long been an accent color on socks, stripes and outlines, Kansas City has never donned an alternate jersey or yellow pants on gameday. So it’s very hard to believe they’d ever consider wearing this (very) yellow helmet.
Los Angeles Chargers
If the Chargers want to win over fans in Los Angeles, a makeover of their current uniform might not be a bad thing. This powder blue helmet is a good start.
New York Jets
The Jets “Blaze” helmet is one of the least creative designs you’ll see on this otherwise impressive list. It appears not much effort was put into the Jets helmet. If the NFL decides to roll out these new designs, Riddell will have to go back to the drawing board with this one.
A brown helmet for the Cleveland Browns… Riddell, did you think of this one all by yourself? In all seriousness, Browns ownership should try anything at this point to satisfy a fan base that has seen their team win just 4 of their last 40 games.
New York Giants
The Giants “Blaze” helmet was hit or miss amongst NFL fans who voted in Riddell’s contest. The red adds a nice punch, but the logo gets lost. If the Giants do plan on switching to red at some point, they’ll need to adjust the logo so it stands out a little more.
Considering how well the Eagles are playing, they probably don’t want to make any changes to their gear. As the old saying goes, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
Green Bay Packers
The Packers’ new design doesn’t really inspire too much emotion. Hopefully Riddell will take another crack at this design
New Orleans Saints
Since the franchise was founded in 1966, the Saints have never worn a black helmet during a regular season game. But hey, there’s a first time for everything…
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Bucs already wear one of the ugliest uniforms in the NFL, so what’s the harm in trying out a new helmet?
The 49ers’ helmets are coming up on the next page. It looks very similar to this Cardinals design. They should look to change one of them.
Los Angeles Rams
The color on the Rams’ helmet have been reversed, just in case you felt like something was different, but couldn’t quite put your finger on it.
San Francisco 49ers
The 49ers’ helmets are cool, but a little too similar to the Cardinals’ helmets.
We’re all for adding a touch of color, but this might be a little too much. The 12th Man would probably be just as distracting to opposing teams if the stadium as filled with lime.