It’s no secret that the NFL is an entertainment business. The giant brand they have built transcends the play on the field and attracts us all to it for various reasons. One reason for many is the look of the NFL uniforms. The appeal goes beyond the normal look of a team as many are interested in seeing what their team will wear in terms of alternate jerseys as well as the newly introduced color rush jerseys. There’s a lot of buzz around the NFL community about these awesome new concept jerseys — 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)
Los Angeles Chargers
The helmet is very similar to what they currently wear, but the jerseys and pants are very different. If you’re a fan of yellow, you probably love the new design.
The home and away jerseys are just reversed. Regardless of what color or uniform you put him in, Carson Wentz is going to be slinging touchdowns for at least the next decade! The logo hasn’t changed, but the color is slightly different.
This design caught me off guard. I wasn’t expecting such a drastic change, but I actually like it. The colored sleeve is a nice touch. And the color scheme looks great. Between Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell, the Steelers are already one of the flashiest teams in the NFL — so it’s only right that they have a flashy uniform to match!
Sometimes simple is better. This design isn’t all that different from the current uniform, but it’s a much more sleek looking jersey. All three look great (home, road, and alternate). No offense to Mohamed Sanu, who wears #12, but I’m sure Falcons fans would rather see #11 (Julio Jones) posing for this picture.
The designer must be a Colts fan, because the are one of the few teams with multiple designs. I like the sleek look of the pant and jersey in the uniforms above, but I absolutely love the logo on the knee pads on the uniform below. If I had to choose, I’m going with the design below. What do you think?
Kansas City Chiefs
These new uni’s are fantastic! Definitely one of my favorites. Alex Smith, or Pat Mahomes, should definitely be wearing this uniform when they’re taking snaps in Week 1 of 2018.
If you’re someone who favors a traditional or basic design, this uniform is not for you. From the helmet, to the jersey, and down to the pants…the entire uniform is amazing! Heck, even Blake Bortles would look good throwing passes in this uniform.
The Cardinals current uniforms are great, but you’d be crazy to think these aren’t better. We’re torn between this uniform and the Patriots as our favorites.
Green Bay Packers
These two designs are completely different, but I love them both! The top uniform features Green Bay’s traditional colors, but a totally new design. As far as the bottom uniform, without the logo on the helmet, you’d never be able to guess it’s a Packers jersey. It’s impossible to pick between the two, the Packers should just go with both of them!
The redesigned Panthers uniforms were a huge hit amongst fans in a recent Instagram poll. I love the look, even though it feels weird to see a sports team from North Carolina wearing such a little amount of blue.
Broncos President & General Manager, John Elway, must love the old school logo on this helmet. After a stretch of dominant seasons, Elway, the winner of two Super Bowls as a player, and one more as a GM, has his work cut out for him.
With red, white, and blue sleeves and socks, the new Bills uniform has a very patriotic feel to it. New England might have something to say about that! Speaking of the Patriots, they’re up next…
New England Patriots
This is definitely our favorite design in the entire collection. The stars and stripes on the jersey are a nice touch. The designer hit a homerun on this one. Feel free to leave your opinion!
Another example of mixing old school with new school. The basic white helmet is a nice compliment to the awesome new jersey.
Not too much has changed here. The uniform has more of a “smoke” blue look to it, but overall, it’s mostly the same as what they’re currently wearing. This is one of the few designs that doesn’t look drastically different.
New York Jets
This design is much cooler than their current uniforms. And it’s not even close. The green and black looks bad a$$!
New York Giants
We’re a big fan of the basic blue. You’ll notice these are one of the only uniforms that don’t have a logo on them or mention the team name. The Giants are going to have to figure out their quarterback situation before they can spend time worrying about jerseys.
The helmet was left intact (you can’t mess with the star!) but the pants and jerseys are completely redesigned. I wonder if Jerry Jones would like the new design?
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Bucs uniform and helmet is one of the most unique options in the entire collection. The designer mixed their old school logo with a more modern looking jersey. I think we can all agree this is WAY better than their current uniform.
The redesigned Bengals’ uniform is definitely one of our favorites. The jerseys aren’t super fancy, but the pants and matching helmet are awesome. The Bengals are going to have to play a more ferocious style of football if they want to live up to these new uniforms.
San Francisco 49ers
The classic 49ers Scarlet and Gold looks awesome in this prototype. Fans in the Bay area hope to see quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo rockin’ this uniform for at least the next decade.
The designers nailed this one. The helmet resembles the Florida State seminoles, and the jersey is very original. The design on the shoulder pads, and the stripes on the arms are a nice touch. Easily one of our favorites in the collection.
Los Angeles Rams
Maybe new uniforms would actually inspire the people of Los Angeles to attend a Rams game. It’s pretty sad that at most of their home games their are more fans cheering for the visiting team. Come on L.A. — get it together!
No offense Browns fans, but a uniform change could be the best thing to happen to Cleveland football in years. What are the odds Josh Gordon is still on the roster next season? What are the chances that Deshone Kizer is still their starting quarterback?
I hate to say it since they’re bitter rivals, but these jerseys look a lot like the Packers design. The player in the picture is wearing number 28, a nice tribute to former Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.
New Orleans Saints
I have a feeling “Who Dat” nation is going to love the new look. The jersey looks great. Considering how well they’re playing this season, Saints fans probably could careless what the uniforms look like, as long as they keep winning!
There are two designs for the Dolphins — and rumors of a third design coming soon. The top one looks more futuristic — and the bottom design looks very similar to the Miami Hurricanes uniforms. This design was definitely inspired by “The U”.
Helmets are the same, but the jersey is completely different. The new Raiders “shield” makes them look battle ready.
Rookie sensation Deshaun Watson would look great in this blacked out uniform. If Watson and Watt are healthy to start next season, the Texans are going to be a problem for the rest of the NFL. That’s a pretty nice duo to compliment DeAndre Hopkins and Jadeveon Clowney.
These jerseys are legit. Check out the hawk wings by the shoulder pads. The multi-color helmet is also pretty awesome. The “12th man” would look good in these jerseys.
The pants are cool, but other than that, not much has changed. Their current uniform is great, so it was going to be a tough task to come up with something better. It’s only right that a blue color city like Detroit has this much blue in their uniform.
Basic pants, but awesome jersey. Color scheme looks great. It’s a tough looking uniform, for a tough team. Smash-mouth football is the name of the game in Baltimore.