Looking back at the best and worst uniform looks for every NFL team
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We start with the then-Phoenix Cardinals' white-on-red away attire. What bumps these over the Aeneas Williams-Jake Plummer-era home attire: the Arizona state flag on the sleeves. The Cards relocated from St. Louis in 1988 but did not use this wrinkle until '89. Featuring it for five seasons gave the team some additional flair. And let's face it: The Cardinals of the '90s wore some pretty basic home uniforms. Rod Tidwell did spend most of "Jerry Maguire" in the reds, but mid-montage, there is a clip of the brooding wideout sprinting for a touchdown in the whites.
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Arizona Cardinals' worst look: 2005-present away
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The Cardinals ditched their longtime uniform in 2005, moving to a look not as timeless as their previous threads. These stirrups, particularly displeasing on the team's road white-on-white design, have seen their time pass. It's unfortunate Larry Fitzgerald was required to wear these in all but one season of his Hall of Fame career. The random splash of red on the shoulder pads does not help Arizona's cause. The Kyler Murray era needs a rebrand soon.
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This is probably the dissenting opinion, but the Falcons looked sharp in their home reds of the 1980s. Before Atlanta went with its famed black-on-gray look upon black aficionado Jerry Glanville's 1990 arrival, its red-on-gray attire — complete with the black logo on the sleeves and a severely underrated helmet — flashed in one of the NFL's premier uniform eras. The Falcons not being especially good while wearing these unis should not detract from the design's place in history. It is unfortunate these threads haven't seen the light of day since 1989.
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Atlanta Falcons' worst look: 2003-19 away
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Atlanta's uniform timeline, and scheme, is close to Arizona's. The team appeared in Super Bowl XXXIII in its quality 1990s look and saw Michael Vick stun the Packers in the 2002 divisional round in that design. But in 2003 the Falcons introduced this concept. For road uniforms that have the team's colors thrown into random places, these are both unspectacular and unnecessarily complicated all at once. The jury is still out on the franchise's radical 2020 redesign, but they may represent a slight improvement on this bottom-tier road look.
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The gold in the Ravens' color scheme saw action in a memorable 2015 game (for uniform purposes) against the Chiefs, and while that did not go well , Baltimore's color rush attire made up for it. Purple is not the easiest color to make work, but the Ravens' est.-2016 purple (feat. gold) attire does. Ravens numbers have never looked better, and the team — armed with an MVP quarterback in Lamar Jackson — should consider pivoting to these full time over the slightly overrated Ray Lewis-era design. The team not wearing these in 2020 is concerning, however. A uniform subplot to monitor in 2021.
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Baltimore Ravens' worst look: 1996 home
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Whether the Ravens' current design is overrated or not, it was an upgrade from the team's Year 1 look. The contrast between uniforms in this photo is jarring, with the 1996 Ravens sporting bulky numbers and a purple jersey that did not match the home black pants. There's nothing wrong with the first Ravens logo, which the franchise kept for three seasons, but the team quickly realized these uniforms were a mistake. Baltimore moved closer to its modern design in 1997.
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After an unfortunate switch from their Bruce Smith-years uniforms in 2002, the Bills made a smart correction nine years later. Buffalo giving its 1970s design a modern touch quickly made uniform-appreciating folks forget about the aughts catastrophe. The Bills' 2010s home blues beat out the home kits of the franchise's 1990s glory years, and Buffalo's current alternate all-reds are not far off. The Bills playing in Orchard Park brings one of the best uniform presentations today's game offers.
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Buffalo Bills' worst look: 2002-10 away
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We come to one of the more regrettable fashion flips in NFL history. The Bills kept their Super Bowl helmet but placed it on top of a horrifying design. Other franchises were moving to darker blue at this time; both the Broncos and Seahawks did so. Neither of those teams' changes were upgrades, and the Bills forced Drew Bledsoe to wear truly terrible uniforms during his three-year stay. While the all-blue home look was bad, this bizarrely crafted away ensemble was worse. These reek of XFL 1.0. Thankfully, this is all in the past.
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Carolina surged out of the blocks with strong uniforms. The Panthers have not made major changes since debuting in 1995, and their traditional black-on-silver attire presents the team in the best light. The Broncos may have erred when they chose road whites in Super Bowl 50, doing so because of bad Super Bowl experiences in orange, but it allowed the Panthers to stand out (aesthetically speaking) that night. These still work fine for the 27th-year franchise.
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Carolina Panthers' worst look: 2019 home alternate
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There isn't really a bad Panthers look, but we'll go with their blue-on-black alternates debuted during the 2018 preseason and in the regular season in 2019. The Panthers' blue-on-silver alternate, which was used from 2002-17, has a slight edge on these, as does Carolina's all-blue color rush kit. Donating this alternate home look to one of the NFL's current fashion-challenged franchises would be an upgrade, but the Panthers have a few better choices in their closet.
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There's a reason the Bears have not tinkered with their look in generations. Other than experimenting with white-on-white at times, the Bears have worn a Mt. Rushmore NFL uniform since the orange "C" decal replaced the white logo in 1974. The simple blue-on-white home design has stood the test of time, being good enough for the likes of Walter Payton, Brian Urlacher and the Bears of today. The sleeve stripes were a bit more pronounced in the '80s, giving the version Chicago wore during its 1985 championship season a slight nod over its nearly identical modern attire.
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Chicago Bears' worst look: 1994 throwback
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The NFL's 100th season underwhelmed from a throwback standpoint in 2020, because for its 75th anniversary in 1994, the league devoted two full weeks to teams' fashion histories — good and bad. The Bears, in existence in their current city since 1922, were bound to veer toward "bad." Dusted off from the 1920s and early '30s, this Bears concept only surfaced once since the Herbert Hoover administration — the mandated September 1994 resurrection. Probably for the best.
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Still the NFL's helmet kingpins, the Bengals peaked in uniform craftsmanship in the 1980s. The 1981 Bengals drew mockery for rolling out this then-radical look, but they made their first Super Bowl that year. From then until the early 2000s, this was Cincinnati's primary home uniform. Featuring top-shelf stripe commitment, the black-on-white home kits shined brightest with the orange socks used from 1981-96. It is understandable why the franchise changed themes in 2004, as the Bengals' on-field play cratered in the '90s and early 2000s. The Andy Dalton-era unis marked a step back, and the franchise has since pivoted again.
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Cincinnati Bengals' worst look: 1968-80 away
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The pre-1981 Bengals did not necessarily have bad uniforms; they just get docked for unoriginality. Fired from the Browns franchise he built, Paul Brown launched the Bengals in 1968 as part of the AFL. The uniforms bore a striking resemblance to the Browns', only with the western Ohio team using black instead of brown. The "BENGALS" helmets represented a slight deviation from the Browns' all-orange headgear, but when the then-AFC Central rivals played in the 1970s, the teams looked...similar.
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A scheme the Browns debuted in 1975, the brown-on-orange look gets a little lost in this franchise's uniform history. The Brian Sipe-era Browns donned these often from 1975-83, before a strange "New Coke"-style 1984 adjustment that lasted one year. The franchise shelved its orange pants for a generation but resurrected them during the 2003-04 seasons and shined in their 2020 home opener, reintroducing them to a national audience in a Week 2 win over the Bengals. They are off on the right foot after a five-year uniform mistake.
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Cleveland Browns' worst look: 2015-19 brown-on-white
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A concept so regrettable ownership started discussing a change quickly after its 2015 debut allowed the Browns to use a bevy of mostly unpleasant uniform combinations. The worst look comes when Myles Garrett and Co. suited up in brown tops and white pants. The vertical "BROWNS" print on the pants, along with the bulky numbers, leave this as a bleak period of Cleveland fashion. (Though, that did not stop Syracuse from trying out a spinoff.) Fortunately for the Browns, they pivoted back to a proven design scheme in 2020 and snapped an 18-year playoff drought immediately. Coincidence? Unlikely.
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No surprise here. Although the team's rarely used blue-on-silvers from the Triplets years did not receive their due, the Cowboys look best in the uniforms they choose to showcase in Dallas. While it would have been interesting had the Bills chosen to make the Cowboys wear their blues in one of the Super Bowls, thus puzzling fans around the world, these classic uniforms are associated with championship moments. Well, they were until the mid-1990s before some minor alterations (a slightly lightershade of blue) commenced.
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Dallas Cowboys' worst look: 2004-12 throwback blue
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Although this list targets the Super Bowl era only, the Cowboys wearing these 1960-63 unis in Thanksgiving Day games this century makes them eligible. They are not as hideous as some of the other "worst" looks on this list, but the white helmets and bland blue tops dragged the Cowboys down a few notches when the team tried out this look.
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This is the only acceptable Broncos answer. While the Broncos' then-radical switch to the current stirrup concept in 1997 produced back-to-back Super Bowls, they endured a significant aesthetic downgrade upon making that change. NFL orange peaked when the Broncos used these at Mile High Stadium for nearly 30 years. Current NFL throwback rules prohibit the Broncos from fully going back, but the now-orange-again franchise uses a full-orange color rush kit once a year. That Clemson-y look marks the closest the Broncos get to their uniform glory days.
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Denver Broncos' worst look: 2009 away throwback
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One of the more obvious picks on this list. Financial issues left the Broncos in this historically hideous, brown-and-yellow combination in their first two seasons. The team burned the unis in celebration upon securing its orange-and-blue scheme in 1962. But the AFL's 50th anniversary season brought them back. The yellow-on-brown design Denver deployed against New England in 2009 was so unusual it almost worked, making this "Monday Night Football" encore the choice. The Broncos were 2-0 in this color scheme and 6-8 in their usual attire that year, though.
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Both the Lions' Barry Sanders-era uniforms worked well, but the edge goes to the blue-on-silver Silverdome attire. Although the franchise deserves credit for atoning for a bad decision in the 2000s, with Detroit's current look meriting "best" consideration, those cannot quite match the home kits of the '90s. Detroit's blue-on-silver (with white numbers) design flashed, and the initial part of Sanders' career doubled as the Lions' uniform apex. It was close between these and the franchise's three-year silver-numbered experiment (1979-81), but Sanders/Herman Moore years featured a cleaner look.
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Detroit Lions' worst look: 2005-07 home alternate
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As several teams have this century, Detroit shoehorned black into its color scheme in an early-21st century rebrand. The Lions mostly let black be an auxiliary color during this design's run from 2002-16, but on select occasions they chose to wear these. The Lions wore their alternate black tops five times from 2005-07. Thankfully, the experiment was shortlived.
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Although the Packers' road white-on-golds should not be slept on, the narrow edge here goes to the Lambeau Field (usually) uniforms. The Packers have used this green-gold concept since 1961, with the "G" making its debut on the franchise's helmets in the first of Vince Lombardi's five championship seasons. This remains one of the best uniforms in modern sports, and the fact the design is largely unchanged — save for some sock alterations and the team's logo adorning the sleeves in part of the '80s — quickly connects Bart Starr to Aaron Rodgers.
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Green Bay Packers' worst look: 2011 home throwback
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The Packers have worn these jerseys more than once in the modern era, but this is one time a team and its fans benefited from the NFL's rigid uniform policies. Because teams were no longer allowed to deviate from their helmet color, this 2011 game marks the only time since the early 1930s brown helmets were part of this throwback package. This uniform surfaced during the Packers' 15-1 season, but thankfully the brown helmet vanished henceforth. Gold helmets were part of this scheme when the Packers used it in 2012 and '14.
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The NFL's most recent expansion team did not opt for flash, which made for a nice shift from some of the league's other modern startups. Houston's away white-on-blues go well together, the blue pants matching the Texans' helmets and the red numbers providing a quality incorporation of the team's third color. These are fairly ordinary, but again, restraint is an underappreciated sports fashion trait.
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Houston Texans' worst look: 2007-10 home alternate
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But when overused, the Texans' red is a bit exposed. Of the teams that currently deploy some shade of red, the Texans' might be the worst. Not sure of the red threads' popularity in Houston, but this alternate full-red look does not put the team in its best light. When the Texans unleashed their all-red home scheme from 2007-10, it was a bit much. Not the worst NFL uniform by any means, but Houston shelving its alt-red action is for the best.
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The Colts have not changed their uniform substantially in 62 years. When that's the case, details matter. The Colts went from gray to white to blue to gray facemasks. They have also minimized their hallmark shoulder stripes from the Johnny Unitas glory days. Here it will say the best blend came during the Eric Dickerson years, when the bulkier shoulder stripes remained and the white facemasks complemented the scheme better. We also cannot overlook the all-whites of this period, with the white facemasks accenting Indianapolis' road attire best.
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Indianapolis Colts' worst look: 2004 away throwback
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It is not hard to pinpoint the worst Colts fashion decision. Like some other pre-Super Bowl-era kits, the Colts' early- and mid-1950s uniform is grandfathered in because of the franchise's choice to wear it this century. There just isn't enough going on, with these Thanksgiving Day 2004 kits resembling a lighter-blue, mismatched Penn State. While moderation should be applauded in fashion, if it goes too far you're left with borderline practice jerseys.
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Jaguar uniforms did not always let us down. Their debut actually went pretty well. Coming along during a teal time in American sports, the Jaguars' 1995 teal home unis brought a nice change of pace for a league that had not seen many major attire adjustments in years. The large jaguar on the sleeves of these home kits cinched their place here, but honestly, there are a host of landmines in Jacksonville's fashion history. When the team ditched these in 2009, the floodgates opened.
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Jacksonville Jaguars' worst look: 2017 home alternate
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Arguments can be made for the team's black 2009-12 unis —before the two-toned helmet — and certainly the "Full Jaguar" experience from 2015 and '16 was considered. But this mismatch disaster, a one-time-only look in 2017, received the nod in perhaps the stiffest "worst" competition on this list. There is a random shape masquerading as pants art, a poor font choice and, of course, the unpopular two-toned helmet. The Jags ended their bold two-toned run after the '17 season, despite reaching the AFC championship game.
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While teams like the Bears and Packers are praised for their traditionalism, the Chiefs do not receive enough credit for design loyalty. They have used this uniform scheme since moving from Dallas to Kansas City in 1963. However, the Chiefs shine best when they break out their underrated red pants for road games. The Chiefs used red pants for much of their existence, but Marty Schottenheimer and successor Gunther Cunningham preferred a less pleasing white-on-white look that lasted 12 years. Neither recent Chiefs Super Bowl appearance involving their road attire has proven disappointing.
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Kansas City Chiefs' worst look: 2009 away throwback
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Another grandfathered-in design, the Chiefs threw back to the Dallas Texans' original look during an AFL 50th anniversary game in 2009. These are obviously similar to the Chiefs' actual uniforms, but the Texas logo — and the all-white road attire — trail the handful of other options in the 62nd-year franchise's history. The two times in 2009 marked the only instances the Chiefs wore Dallas Texans gear since relocating.
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The Chargers wowed the uniform community in the 2020 offseason and then made made everyone wait until mid-November for their ballyhooed blue-on-gold look to surface. The Bolts wearing this exquisite combination only twice in 2020 represents cause for concern. Their new blue-on-whites rank highly among active uniforms, but the white pants should be kept in the closet. It will be interesting to see how frequently Los Angeles' AFC franchise deploys gold pants at home. The modern Bolts may have a historically small fanbase, but they have a thoroughbred in their uniform stable that could help on this front.
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Los Angeles Chargers' worst look: 2007-18 home
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This might not be the absolute worst uniform in Charger history, as a regrettable home one-off in 1967 is not a pleasant visual experience. But the home navy blue uniform is the Bolts' worst long-term decision. Abandoning the Junior Seau-era look for a much less appealing design, the Chargers then refused to give in to popular demand and make powder blue their primary color. The team oddly ditched its best color after the 1973 season, and it took 46 years to return. A sad fashion story arc.
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The dark blue-on-gold Edward Jones Dome look takes too much heat, but the Rams choice is not difficult. A team that lacked footing early in its Los Angeles 2.0 run smartly dusted these off. This near-perfect uniform was probably the best thing about Super Bowl LIII (narrowly edging the punting mastery). The modern Rams only gave us this gift for two years, however. Their chic 2020 update, unfortunately, brought a steep downgrade.
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Los Angeles Rams' worst look: 2017-19 away
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On the other hand, the new Rams away-from-L.A. uniforms are still an upgrade from their mess of a road design of recent years. The franchise brought back the super-retro white-ram helmets a year after relocating from St. Louis, but NFL rules stuck them with uniforms meant for the dark-gold ram that adorned the franchise's helmet from 2000-16. The result: an amazing disaster that tested uniform buffs' commitment every time the Rams wore white from 2017-19. The team even wore these at the L.A. Coliseum from time to time; a borderline betrayal.
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The Dolphins have gone through stages of aqua. This one, used from 1987-96, wins out. The aqua socks and sleeve logo give it a slight edge over the 1972 perfect-season attire. The Dolphins also broke out aqua pants on the road for the first time during this period. While those received strong consideration, the home aquas represent the team best. The current Dolphins using a throwback look always generates the most interest, with the franchise's past two design schemes trailing those of the 20th century.
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Miami Dolphins' worst look: 2016 color rush
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Not all Dolphins orange uniforms failed. The ones they wore occasionally in the 2000s were preferable to the color rush 2016 experiment. Not everyone can pull off orange, and the Dolphins' uniforms were a bad match for their helmets and ultimately ended as a misfire. They have not been worn since.
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One of the best stripe commitments in NFL uniform annals, the Vikings were a well-oiled operation when they packed their road whites for nearly 30 years. The Vikings' purples of this near-three-decade span cannot quite match their whites. Minnesota's purple helmet-purple numbers-purple socks trifecta supplied the right amount of this polarizing color, and the yellow stripe provides the clincher. It doesn't hurt that the Vikings wore these in several playoff games.
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Minnesota Vikings' worst look: 2007-10 home alternate
Then we have the purple overdose. Brett Favre stopped by in the worst years for Viking uniforms, this stirrup-y scheme being used from 2006-12 (and never since). But two games stick out. In 2007 and in Favre's final season, 2010, Minnesota went Full Purple — only doing so with the goofy jersey stirrups that managed to not match the pants section of stirrup. Like Drew Bledsoe did in Buffalo, Favre went to Minnesota at the wrong time — from a fashion perspective.
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Pat the Patriot, a beloved emblem of a franchise that has risen to the NFL's mountaintop in much worse uniforms, is the surefire Patriots pick. While the unis worn during the bulk of Drew Bledsoe's tenure have also not resurfaced, the Pat kits have on a few occasions. New England's red-on-white look came off best with the vertical shoulder stripes of the 1980s and early '90s. The franchise abandoned Pat in 1993. NFL rules prevent the Patriots from going to their storied red-on-white look, but the league will loosen regulations in the near future. It is a good bet the team will redeploy its top logo.
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New England Patriots' worst look: current home uniform
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Although the Patriots' Tom Brady-era uniform was the most widely viewed attire in the NFL this century, with the franchise annually extending its seasons into late January and often February, it was neither impressive nor worthy of derision. But when the Pats chose to make their color rush look of recent years their standard attire post-Brady in 2020, it marked a fourth straight uniform downgrade for the franchise. This look accomplishes little. With the Patriots' best uniform work coming via contrast throughout eras, be it red-on-white or white-on-gray, the all-blue Patriots take a backseat.
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New Orleans' recent foray into throwback gold numbers represents an encouraging step for the franchise, but it comes with a caveat: the gold on the numbers does not match the helmet's gold. This has been a problem in Saints annals, but the team brings its best stuff when road gold emerges. That happened from 1996-98, and the Saints throwing in gold pants and gold numbers gives this otherwise unsuccessful period in team history the uniform nod.
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New Orleans Saints' worst look: 1975-85 home
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A regrettable Saints experiment with white pants and black jerseys earns this distinction. The Saints have used the black-on-black and black-on-gold combination since 1986, but in the 11 years prior, the franchise tried white pants at home. Leaving gold pants on the shelf is unacceptable, especially when the team's original look included them.
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This section brings an interesting debate. Does the Giants' superior usage of red on their Eli Manning-era road uniforms outweigh the quality design scheme of the Bill Parcells years and beyond? While close, the attire the Giants brought to the Meadowlands in the late 1980s and throughout the '90s earns the slight nod. A subtle blue shift occurred in 1989, differentiating the team's Super Bowl XXI and XXV uniforms slightly. The lighter shade stayed in place for 11 seasons. New York's helmets of these years should not be overlooked either.
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New York Giants' worst look: 1975 home
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The bloated numbers and supersized sleeve stripes give this Giants uniform more than sufficient qualifications for the "worst" distinction, but the awful "NY" outline helmet logo provided a quality victory (defeat?) margin for worst Giants uniform of the Super Bowl era. The franchise quickly realized this mistake, scrapping that helmet after one season (1975).
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Moving to a lighter shade of green in 2019, the Jets harkened back to their days in between the Joe Namath look and the franchise's 1998 reversion to it. New York's first seasons with the "JETS" helmet logo — with the sublime jet component anchoring it on the helmet — featured a darker green, but in the late 1980s, the team moved to its optimal green tint. The Jets broke out green pants on the road for the first time in 1990. These, and the green numbers and sleeve stripes, stood out for this era and earn the pick here.
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New York Jets' worst look: 2007-11 throwback
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These grandfathered-in threads are the runaway victors for worst in Jets history. Used when the team was the New York Titans from 1960-62, these hideous uniforms made a brief comeback four times from 2007-11. Again, Brett Favre was caught in bad-uniform crosshairs, with one of this franchise's ill-fated throwback decisions coming during the quarterback's 2008 Jets cameo.
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Oakland Raiders' best look: 2018 away throwback
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It's a shame the Raiders have broken out the silver numbers only a few times. The team used them on select occasions — in 1963, '64 and '70 — and dusted them off for one throwback weekend in 1994. The Raiders have excellent standard home and away uniforms, but these slick, silver-numbered away kits — with the silver pants, which were not a part of the team's silver-numbered color rush uniform from 2016-17 — jump out so much they pull off a shocking upset here.
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Oakland Raiders' worst look: 2009 home throwback
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In the Super Bowl era, the Raiders do not have a bad uniform. (In the pre-Super Bowl period, they do, having used gold and black from 1960-62.) So these throwback helmets, worn twice during the AFL throwback season of 2009, not quite measuring up to the standard pirate logo will have to suffice. This being a team's worst modern uniform is quite the compliment.
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The uniforms the Eagles wore in Super Bowl XXXIX and Super Bowl LII work; they just do not pop compared to what the team once brought to the table. Switching to the Kelly Green scheme in 1985, Randall Cunningham's rookie year, the Eagles stayed committed to it for just 11 seasons — which bookended the quarterback's Philly run. Both the home and away uniforms would qualify for consideration, but the green-on-grays were one of the best looks in a stacked uniform period. The Eagles have recognized this, having worn them as throwbacks on several occasions.
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Philadelphia Eagles' worst look: 2007 throwback
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Not as bad as a couple of ultra-throwbacks on this list, the Eagles' uniforms of 1934 are the runaway modern-years winner for worst Philadelphia design. The team used them only once since 1934, in a September 2007 game. Although acknowledging NFL history is important, especially for one of the league's oldest franchises, once was enough for these.
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Already setting themselves apart by refusing to place a decal on both sides of their helmet, the Steelers in 1997 pushed their fashion-rebel ways to a new level by shifting to the italicized number font they use today. The pick here is Steelers Classic, used during the dynasty years and through the mid-1990s. Pittsburgh's vintage road unis should not be discounted, as they were among the best away-from-home designs, but the franchise's non-italicized black-on-gold attire — even if there is a bit of an overlap with the Iowa Hawkeyes — was an iconic look for decades.
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Pittsburgh Steelers' worst look: 2012-16 home throwback
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One of the better decisions in recent Steelers history: moving to a different throwback and scrapping the annual bumblebee game. Pittsburgh went to the bumblebee well a staggering six times from 2012-16. Even in the uniforms' first life, they only received one season (1933) before getting canceled. While the socks-jersey synchronization must be applauded, subjecting five 2010s Steelers teams to this fashion fate was borderline inhumane.
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San Francisco 49ers' best look: 2009-present home
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Hopefully this is not too edgy, but the franchise's update on 49ers Classic has proven superior to the actual version the team wore during its 1980s dynasty. These gold helmets and pants jump out more than the blander gold components of the unis Joe Montana donned. The 49ers smartly realized, as a few teams have in recent years, their transition away from their classic look (in 1996) was ill-advised. In 2009 the vintage helmet logo and less complicated fonts returned to San Francisco's equipment room.
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San Francisco 49ers' worst look: 1996-97 away
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But it was touch and go there for a while. The 49ers forced Steve Young and Jerry Rice to finish their storied tenures in these, changing their classic design to a trendier scheme in 1996. The look bottomed out from 1996-97. The franchise literally named for the Gold Rush abandoned gold clothing for road games, going with a white-on-white concept away from Candlestick Park in those seasons. Yes, the 49ers won a Super Bowl in 1994 using mostly throwback white-on-white away from Candlestick Park down the stretch that season; that does not make it OK.
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The Seahawks achieved far less when they were in the AFC, but they looked sharper. These vintage white-on-grays — equipped with the wraparound Seahawk on the sleeves — were the franchise's outside-of-Washington uniform design for its first 26 seasons. However, the sleeve's Seahawk only existed from 1983-99, so that's the pick. The simple blue numbers work, and the blue facemasks complement the gray helmet well.
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Seattle Seahawks' worst look: 2002-11 home
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If you're looking for shade directed at the Seahawks' neon green design, this is the wrong place. That is in no way as troubling as what the franchise did in 2002. The Seahawks deserve credit for recognizing their mistake in 2012, but for 10 seasons the team subjected the masses to this ugly shade of blue. And their home attire spared no one, with it blanketing Seahawks players for most of Matt Hasselbeck's tenure. The 2002 offseason brought borderline uniform tragedies in multiple cities — Seattle and Buffalo — and it produced consequences. These Seahawks blues are also unfortunately part of Super Bowl lore.
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Bucco Bruce became an unfair scapegoat for Tampa Bay futility. The 2002 Bills and Seahawks changing their schemes was a dark time, but 1997 seeing two of the NFL's orange bastions — the Bucs and Broncos — abandon classic uniforms was worse. The logo, orange facemasks and socks make this an all-time NFL look. And it was not all bad for Bucco Bruce. In between the Bucs' 2-26 start and 14 straight losing seasons in their final creamsicle years, they qualified for the 1979 NFC title game. Tom Brady wants to wear these before he retires, giving the Bucs a key decision to make once the NFL relaxes its unnecessarily strict one-helmet policy
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers' worst look: 2014-19 away
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A tough call between Jameis Winston's former away uniform and the Bucs' all-red color rush goes to the one fans were subjected to more often. This alarm clock font is bad enough, but the Bucs once stood out when they took the field. These all-white uniforms are off-putting and uninspired. While it can be said here the Bucs picked the wrong throwback uniform to revisit in 2020, their recent Super Bowl conquest notwithstanding, their Derrick Brooks-Ronde Barber color scheme at least represents a step up from what they were wearing.
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The Titans never had a shot here, with the debate being Oilers blue-on-white vs. Oilers white-on-blue. The blue jerseys were synonymous with Bum Phillips and Billy "White Shoes" Johnson in the late 1970s, Jerry Glanville's chaos in the '80s and Warren Moon's Run and Shoot in the '90s. The Astrodome was for a time a unique NFL venue, giving the home blues the edge. These marvelous light blue kits, equipped with the red facemasks and the vintage Oiler logo, shined for more than two decades.
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Tennessee Titans' worst look: 1999-2017 home
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The Titans unfortunately stayed with their original scheme for nearly 20 years. A steep decline from the Oilers' colors at the time, the combination of this less appealing darker blue and the shoulder stripe from a bygone era was one of the NFL's worst looks in its day. While the Music City Miracle and the Titans' lone Super Bowl appearance came in these uniforms, that does not obscure their low-level place in the NFL fashion hierarchy.
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Washington best look: 1970-71 home
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These uniforms lasted just two seasons, 1970-71, and the franchise had ditched them by the time it reached Super Bowl VII a year later. Washington should have thought twice about that. These red-on-yellows — complete with a far superior helmet — could have become a classic NFL uniform that lived on for decades. These, and their near-equally fantastic white-on-yellows from this time period, deserved a better fate. Washington has not worn this home uniform since, eliminating it in 1972, though its road counterpart made a one-off appearance in 2007.
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Washington worst look: 2013-19 home throwback
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Not much of a competition here. The NFL's current rule preventing teams from changing their helmet color left Washington wearing two different shades of burgundy. Coupled with the tan pants that were quite popular in this uniform's heyday, the design lacks redeeming qualities. It at least played a part in one of the top rain games in recent memory, in 2019's waterlogged slog against the 49ers.
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Madden 21 Franchise Relocation: Toronto team names, uniforms, & more
Madden 21 is here, which means its time to dive into Franchise Mode and create a dynasty.
Football is well loved north of the border in Canada, and the NBA and NHL have already proved it can work as the home of a franchise.
These are your options for moving to Toronto, Canada.
How to relocate to Toronto in Madden 21
If you want to relocate your franchise to Toronto then you'll need to set up your league properly.
First, you'll need to pick "Owner" as your role, and then you'll need to go into league settings and select "All Users Only" under the relocation settings.
PICK ME: If this isn't picked then you may not be able to relocate!
Then you are free to move.
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Once that's done you can start your league. If you go to team -> My Owner -> Stadium you'll find the option to relocate. Hit that and the process is underway!
Toronto in Madden 21
Toronto is another international relocation option in Madden 21.
The fanbase personality of loyal which means they will stick with you even if you struggle to win games, while the large market size means you'll get a decent chance to have a big team.
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The 3/6 fan interest isn't the highest so you'll have to be careful to manage the team's commercial decisions.
Toronto team names & uniforms
You can always retain your old team nickname and uniforms, but where is the fun in that?
When you pick Toronto for your relocation city you'll have a trio of new nicknames to pick from.
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Each comes with three uniform choices too, but you can't see those until after you pick a name. Never fear though, we have all the choices for you!
The lowest fans interest, but we think its the coolest logo and colour set.
With that logo comes a trio of black/white/blue uniform options.
Uniform #3 is our clear favorite here, with a solid shoulder pattern and a cool mix of the blue with black and white in blocks.
A cliched choice of name for a Canadian team, but they can rival the Broncos for fastest team on four legs.
These uniforms are a little more traditional in design mixing navy/red/blue.
#3 is the winner for us with its simple blocked colours and basic design that could turn into a classic.
If you want to join the Falcons and Eagles with bird-related logos this could join them.
With a mix of red, white, and orange these uniforms look like the Cheifs on steroids.
We would run with #3, but the choice is all yours!
NFL uniform rankings: Patriots, Chargers rise with new looks for 2020; Falcons fall
This is it. This is the definitive ranking of NFL uniforms, one on which everyone will absolutely, positively agree. We nailed all 32 teams despite such a ranking being 100 percent subjective.
Sarcasm aside, the designs of NFL uniforms in this Nike era, which began in 2012, are increasingly artistic and bold. The new threads the Jets debuted last year are a perfect example, as was the Titans' new look unveiled a couple years ago. In 2020, the Browns, Buccaneers, Falcons, Chargers, Patriots and Rams are on the board with new looks.
All of these changes are factored into our NFL uniform rankings for 2020. The entire wardrobe — all home and away combinations, plus Color-Rush and throwback uniforms — was considered for each team. A handful of teams are set with their gorgeous, classic looks. But a few are in desperate need of a uniform update.
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NFL uniform rankings
32. Jacksonville Jaguars
Let’s be fair: Jacksonville’s current look is better than its previous set, which was worn from 2013-18 and was ruined by the strange, two-tone helmet experiment. Furthermore, kudos to the Jags for eliminating gold (with the exception of their logo) from the color scheme of their uniforms.
That’s where the compliments end. The Jaguars’ current uniform design appears to have taken a grand total of zero creativity to fashion. Without off-color outlines on the numbers, they don’t take advantage of the opportunities such a cool color scheme like black and teal can offer. The relative lack of striping also makes for a bland overall look.
The good news: With options of black, teal and white for both the jerseys and the pants, the Jaguars have several mixing-and-matching options for their look. The straight black helmet, simple yet effective for matching purposes, was a good call as opposed to another helmet experiment with white or teal.
31. Carolina Panthers
The Panthers rank this low because they have a color scheme that has the potential to produce the best uniforms in the NFL, yet their actual uniform design is stuck in 1995.
New team owner David Tepper is pushing in the right direction in allowing the team to wear its black pants in more regular-season games. His next step should be ditching the silver helmet and pants, if not silver altogether as part of Carolina’s color scheme.
When the Panthers do get their uniform upgrade — and we think they will soon based on Tepper’s aggression when it comes to change — they can look at the Jaguars as an example of what not to do with such great colors. Black helmets are a must, as is the right amount (and the right style) of teal striping. After that, pretty much any design will be an upgrade.
30. Arizona Cardinals
These uniforms were cool when they debuted almost 15 years ago. Now they’re just outdated and, frankly, ugly.
The only solid look the Cardinals have these days are their black jerseys with the continuous black stripe extending down to their white pants. The all-whites aren’t terrible thanks to the mainstay that is the franchise’s classic white helmet.
That helmet could stay in a redesign, and a red facemask, as opposed to gray, would look great with the iconic logo. The rest of the uniform, though, needs a total makeover. The black trimming needs to go, as do the strange armpit stripes. For some teams, simple is good, and the Cardinals are one of those teams.
29. Houston Texans
The Texans would rank worse than 27th if not for their badass helmets. And really, Houston’s uniforms are simple enough not to be ugly. They’re just a little boring — after all, the franchise is due for its first-ever uniform update. (No, the addition of the logo above the name plate for 2019 doesn’t count.)
The good news for Houston: Even small tweaks would be satisfactory. A simple striping and/or collar change could do the trick. An addition of red pants would be good to add some versatility to the Texans’ look.
28. Cleveland Browns
Change to the Browns' uniforms finally came in 2020, and after several years of the over-the-top look Cleveland created in 2015, the team is back to the basics — basically the same look it had prior to the 2015 update. It's a great move, and it's why the Browns move up in our rankings after being placed at No. 30 last year.
While Cleveland's new uniforms are an improvement, we wish it would have brought back the white facemasks that made its mid-1980s look pop so well. There was no need to ditch orange jerseys and/or pants as an option for more combinations. The Browns also took the striping out of their all-brown Color Rush uniforms, which was a step in the wrong direction.
Overall, though, this is a solid look for a team that's behind the eight ball in terms of its uniform design with brown being a primary color.
27. Indianapolis Colts
We know … "Tradition!" But can’t we all agree some traditions are boring?
The Colts might never change their look, and many would argue they shouldn’t. But they can keep the best of their classic uniforms and still make some necessary tweaks. (The number font change for 2020 is a good start.) The blue facemasks Indy had back at the turn of the millennium were great. Why not bring them back and ditch the gray?
Also — and this is a big one — somebody in Indianapolis needs to walk through the Colts’ facility, pick up every pair of black cleats he or she can find, throw them in a pile, soak them in kerosene and burn them to ashes. This team has no business wearing anything but white (or blue) cleats, especially when it’s donning its all-white away look.
26. Chicago Bears
This is another team set with its traditional look, and we respect that. The Bears also rank higher than the Colts because they at least have some versatility with their orange alternate jerseys and the classic look they used in 2019.
The Bears’ uniforms, though, are dull. As blasphemous as it sounds, a styling change in the number font and sleeve striping could work wonders. Chicago also could experiment with some white facemasks.
Chicago has a great color scheme, which makes the team’s insistence on sticking to its traditional look frustrating.
25. Atlanta Falcons
Maybe this new look will grow on us once we see it on the field. There's some potential in the set that was widely panned when unveiled.
The Falcons get some points for the versatility of their uniform set with three different pant and jersey options. That doesn't include the vital throwback look Atlanta is keeping as an option. And we like the gamble on the gradient, red-to-black look.
For now, though, we can't get past the awkwardly massive number font and seemingly forced "ATL" chest lettering on the jerseys. The chrome facemasks would be a nice touch with some helmets, but not these.
24. Minnesota Vikings
The Vikings can’t seem to figure out what they want to do with their stripes, hence the constant changes in that regard over the years. Their current look misses the mark, although it is an upgrade from the uniforms that debuted in 2006 and were used until 2013.
The classic horns on the helmets are great, but the matte finish, paired with black facemasks, doesn’t work. The striping on the Vikings’ purple pants is better than the striping on their white pants, but neither looks sharp.
Minnesota should add some outline to the numbers on its jerseys and perhaps even upgrade the font. The team also should lose the matte finish and consider purple or white facemasks.
23. San Francisco 49ers
We like that the 49ers have a relatively rich history but are not afraid to play around with their look. Though their current uniforms are largely bland, they utilize an ideal blend of the team’s colors.
San Francisco getting rid of its black trim was a must in 2009, but it’s time for another update. The numbers on the jerseys could use some gold trim, and it might not be a bad idea to experiment with some gold in the sleeve striping.
The all-black Color Rush uniforms are pretty cool, but they look awkward against the 49ers’ traditional gold helmet. The throwback look they used in 2019 was a big hit.
22. New Orleans Saints
The Saints get major points for their Color Rush uniforms, which may or may not form the best look in the NFL. The classic gold helmets paired with an all-white look from shoulder to toe, plus some refreshing gold-and-black striping, is an amazing combination and one that should be the model for a uniform upgrade in New Orleans.
The Saints’ normal look, though, is unnecessarily plain and boring, particularly the stripeless all-blacks. The gold-white-gold combo looks good because New Orleans’ gold pants feature a solid black stripe, which pairs nicely with black socks and cleats.
21. Denver Broncos
Here is another set of uniforms stuck in the 1990s. At least the Broncos have a previous look on which they can lean as a template for an update.
To be fair, the only outdated portion of the Broncos’ look is the striping, which was installed in 1997 when the team changed its shade of blue to navy blue (also a mistake). It was a great look at the time, and it will forever be associated with the glory days of Super Bowls with John Elway and, to a lesser extent, Peyton Manning.
In an update, Denver should pick up right where it left off in 1996. A lighter shade of blue on the helmets with white facemasks; orange jerseys as the primary home set and an option of alternate blue jerseys, both with simple striping on the sleeves. As all teams should, the Broncos should have thee color options for their pants — white, blue or orange.
20. Tennessee Titans
These uniforms, introduced in 2018, have grown on us significantly. Kudos to Tennessee for realizing its previous look had become stale.
The white helmets the Titans used prior to 2018 didn’t work with the majority of their uniform sets, so the shift to the navy blue helmets was a good move. The chrome facemasks are great, as is the tapered silver stripe, which is meant to evoke the tip of a sword. Very cool.
The sword factor is why the otherwise strange-looking silver sleeves work so well. The only knock on these uniforms — and it’s significant — is the number font.
19. New England Patriots
The Patriots were overdue for their first uniform update in 20 years, and they finally delivered with a strong new look for 2020 and beyond.
Though New England's Color Rush look is a little dull compared to others in the league, it's much better as the team's primary home set as opposed to the outdated previous look. The striping is now ideal (especially with the correct pants), and the away set looks great.
The only problem with this new look is New England kept its silver helmets, which match nothing in the threads but the face on the Patriots logo. It was a perfect chance for the team to go back to white helmets (keeping the red facemasks and current logo). Those helmets not only would have looked great with this uniform set, but they would have gifted the franchise an opportunity to bring out its throwback look on occasion.
18. New York Giants
The Giants move up the rankings because they've finally ditched gray pants as part of their home uniform set, which makes a generally boring look pop much better. Now, if they could just ditch the gray facemasks, as well.
The Giants should literally make their Color Rush uniforms their new, full-time away uniforms. Their home jerseys can be an inverse of the colors — blue jersey with red-outlined white numbers — and the white facemasks work perfectly on the blue helmets with either the “NY” or the “Giants” logo.
17. Buffalo Bills
Buffalo’s uniforms are so close to being perfect. The bright blue pops, and the Bills have figured out the correct amount of red to feature in their number outlines and striping. But there’s one uniform set that looks terrible and knocks this team down a few notches.
When the Bills wear blue on blue at home, their white helmets suddenly become a mismatch. The same, of course, happens when Buffalo dons its all-red Color Rush uniforms, which most would admit is more red than even the Kool-Aid Man could handle.
The solution could be to always wear white pants with blue or red jerseys. The Bills also shouldn’t be afraid to bust out the red pants on the road with their white jerseys for an alternate look.
16. Cincinnati Bengals
Two factors work in the Bengals’ favor with this ranking: Their helmets remain awesome, arguably the most unique in football. They also do a great job mixing and matching their three jersey colors and two pant colors for always-sharp combinations.
While preserving the tiger-stripe theme, the Bengals could use a striping update, especially with the solid white stripes that line the sides of their black and orange jerseys. The number font isn’t bad, but a change there would be welcome, too.
15. New York Jets
For a team that had the same boring, ugly look for 20 years as a throwback to the Joe Namath days, change in 2019 was good.
Almost everything about the Jets’ current uniform set works. The striping, while a little generic, is modern, and the shift to the brighter, “Gotham” green was smart. The Jets could have left the black number trim out of their green and white jerseys, and they definitely should have gone with green or white facemasks as opposed to black.
To be fair, though, those black facemasks look great when the Jets wear their all-black alternates.
14. Washington Redskins
Washington is a good example of why all NFL teams should have three color choices for their pants. The Redskins do a great job changing up their look with those options, and they all look great with their helmets.
Offensive logo aside, those traditional burgundy helmets with gold facemasks and gold-and-white striping still look great. And Washington has figured out an ideal amount of striping to pair with a good-looking number font.
However, the Redskins need to take their throwback uniforms and toss them on top of the fire that is burning the Colts’ black cleats. They’re hideous.
13. Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins are another team that gets some points for not being afraid to experiment, as they made more uniform tweaks going into the 2018 season.
Miami benefits from its cool, unique color scheme, and the only uniform combination that looks bad with those colors is the aqua-on-aqua look paired with the team’s traditional, white helmets — a combo the Dolphins wisely have avoided since they updated their uniforms.
And as for throwback uniforms, the Dolphins are showing the rest of the league how it’s done.
12. Detroit Lions
Honolulu blue has never looked better in Detroit. The Lions were wise to ditch black as a featured color in their uniforms when they debuted their current look a few years ago. The current combinations of blue, silver and white are ideal.
These uniforms are almost perfect, with the number font being the only knock against them. All home and away sets are great. The throwbacks are great. The all-gray Color Rush uniforms are great.
11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Though we appreciated the bold changes, the Bucs went a little too far with their previous uniform set — we'll call them the Jameis Winston era threads. Their new look for 2020 — we'll call it the Tom Brady era look — is a perfect return to the uniforms Tampa Bay had before the Winston era.
The black facemasks are back on the pewter helmets to pair with more simple-yet-sharp red and white jerseys and pewter and white pants. The all-pewter Color Rush uniform isn't great, but at least it's unique.
Now, if the NFL would ditch the nonsensical one-helmet rule that limits teams' throwback uniform options, the Bucs could potentially add the creamsicle orange look with white helmets to their set.
10. Kansas City Chiefs
We’re reaching the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” portion of this ranking.
With the Chiefs’ red helmets and white facemasks, all of their jersey-pants combinations — all red, red on white, all white, white on red — look great. They also have the perfect blend of coloring, with the gold complimenting the red in the number trim and sleeve/pants striping.
The only thing working against Kansas City’s look is the blank white bumpers above the facemask. It looks awkward. Time to bring back the “Chiefs” text. Or anything, really.
9. Philadelphia Eagles
Yes, the Kelly green uniforms of the late 1980s and early '90s look best on the Eagles. But their current look is sharp and not in need of tweaking.
Philly’s helmets are among the best in the NFL, and the black facemasks work thanks to the prominence of black in all of the team’s uniform combinations. With three jersey color options and three pants color options, the Eagles are able (and willing) to change up their look each week.
The Eagles also have an awesome logo, which looks great on the jersey sleeves.
8. Baltimore Ravens
This is another team that gets major points for its willingness to mix and match jersey and pants combinations for multiple looks, all of which look amazing paired with the Ravens’ all-black helmet.
One could argue Baltimore’s number font is a little outdated, but that’s the only issue we have with these uniforms. It certainly helps that the Ravens have such a great color scheme, and they’re smart to keep the gold restricted to complimentary lining.
7. Los Angeles Rams
The Rams might have jumped to the top of this list had they rolled with their previous "throwback" look as their new uniforms. This isn't as good, but it's good enough to keep them in the top 10.
The modern twist on the Rams' iconic helmet is a cool touch, and while the number font isn't great, the gradient, gold-to-white look is sharp against the royal blue jerseys. The breast patches on the jerseys are unnecessary, but we can get over that.
The Rams get some extra points for their new "bone," uniforms, which are "inspired by the color of a ram horn and the sands of LA."
6. Las Vegas Raiders
There is nothing special about the Raiders’ uniforms; they’re about as basic as possible. But there’s something about that sliver-and-black combination that looks so damn good. For the Raiders, simple works well.
The Raiders’ alternate away look, with the black-trimmed silver numbers against the white jerseys, is so fresh that the team should consider making it the full-time road appearance as opposed to the silver-trimmed black numbers.
With the Raiders’ silver pants always complimenting their silver helmets with consistent striping, they don’t have a bad look. All classic. All sharp.
5. Green Bay Packers
The Packers’ uniforms were already great, and then came the white Color Rush pants that look amazing with their white jerseys and traditional, cheesehead helmets. Now the Packers have two aesthetically pleasing away looks should they choose to feature the white pants more often.
As for Green Bay’s home uniforms, there is no reason for the Packers to ever deviate from their always-awesome green-on-yellow look. What we really mean: Toss. The throwbacks. In. The garbage. They’re so ugly that we didn’t include them in the photo above; we can’t have that hideousness staining our top five.
4. Pittsburgh Steelers
Speaking of teams that need to permanently ditch their throwback uniforms, the Steelers can toss their bumblebees right on top of the Packers' throwbacks in the same garbage bin.
Pittsburgh’s traditional, black-and-yellow uniforms look as good in 2020 as they always have, and their all-black Color Rush look is a nice deviation once or twice a year.
We actually think the Steelers could experiment more with those black pants. They would look great as part of the road combination, with the white jerseys and black helmets. They also would work with Pittsburgh’s traditional black home jerseys.
3. Seattle Seahawks
Unpopular option: The Seahawks’ all-neon Color Rush uniforms are pretty cool. They’re nothing if not unique. While we understand why some think the neon green is too bright, in the rest of Seattle's uniform combinations, it's a great complimentary color, especially for the team's unique striping.
Including those neon-green jerseys and pants, the Seahawks have four jersey color options and four pant color options to pair with their sharp-looking navy blue helmets. Seattle takes full advantage of all those options. Even the all-gray look is solid.
2. Los Angeles Chargers
The Chargers took what already was among the best uniforms sets in the NFL and somehow made it better. Well done, LA.
With bigger bolts as the jersey and pant striping, the team aimed to make its look "more visually refined," and it did just that. The updated number font wasn't necessary, but it was a nice touch. The Sunshine Gold pants were a fantastic addition to a set that now includes more mix-and-match opportunities. The royal blue Color Rush set is OK, but the new, all-navy blue Color Rush set, complete with a navy bolt on the helmet, is amazing.
The addition of the helmet numbers was a nod to the team's original, 1960s uniforms, but in 2020, they make for a crowded helmet. The bolt is perfectly iconic and should have been left alone on the lid.
1. Dallas Cowboys
The Cowboys’ primary home uniforms don’t even feature matching shades of blue or silver, and it’s still arguably the best regular look in the NFL. Combine those home threads with the rest of the team’s combinations, and you get the best set of uniforms in the league.
Dallas’ look is equally iconic and unique. The “Cowboys Star Blue” pants, the brain child of original team president Tex Schramm, pop both on TV and in person. And they look great with the royal-blue numbering on the home white jerseys.
Every look the Cowboys sport— the aforementioned home set; the away set with the silver pants; the navy blue-on-white (or silver) home alternate set; the all-white Color Rush set — is perfection.
How Accurate Madden NFL 21's Team Jerseys Are
Madden NFL games have typically done a great job of including uniform variants in-game, but does Madden 21 keep up the tradition of accurate jerseys?
The latest entry in the storied sports franchise, Madden NFL 21, is releasing in a year that's seen a pandemic, protests, and the change of at least one team's controversial name. For a time, it was even in question if the next Madden game would release this year. Luckily, the next installment releases in August, bringing with it the usual amenities fans have come to expect from the series, including the uniform variants for all of the teams.
In the past, Madden games have done a great job of including just about every jersey a team has worn. It's that kind of accuracy that fans of the franchise have come to expect, and that accuracy is repeated in Madden NFL 21. Currently, the NFL has 32 teams, and each team has multiple uniform variations. This is especially important to Madden NFL 21's accuracy, because the league had eight teams change their logos or uniforms in some way during the offseason, and one team (Washington) completely abandoned their team name altogether.
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NFL teams naturally go through changes over the years, and the long-running Madden series has typically done a solid job of incorporating these changes into the games. The seven teams that made logo or uniform changes this year were the Cleveland Browns, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Los Angeles Chargers, Los Angeles Rams, Indianapolis Colts, Atlanta Falcons, and New England Patriots. The eighth team, Washington, recently dropped their controversial moniker altogether and are currently titled the Washington Football Team, a generic placeholder until the team reaches an official new name. The in-game jerseys in Madden NFL 21 will reflect all these changes.
Jersey Variants in Madden NFL 21
Of the teams that made uniform or logo changes, the Atlanta Falcons made one of the biggest splashes when they unveiled the ATL on the front of their jerseys. Some teams, like the Los Angeles Chargers, added numbers back to their helmets. Quite a few teams introduced new jersey colors and new pants colors, further adding to the available uniform options. Madden NFL 21 includes all of these changes, meaning players can take to the field in a wide range of jerseys and uniforms.
Madden NFL 21 is set to officially release on August 28th, 2020. However, now that the game is already on EA Play, the new streaming service from the company, fans will already be able to experiment with the various in-game uniforms for all 32 of the league's teams.
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The 2021 NFL season is almost here. Whether it’s our favorite team or player, we’re excited to rock the best NFL jerseys this season.
Best NFL jerseys
Nike has been the NFL’s official uniform supplier since 2012. While they are a renowned brand, there has been a lot of hits and misses when it comes to their designs.
Some are too bland and some suffer from being overdesigned. Nonetheless, they still made some of the nicest NFL uniforms out there.
Here are the top ten NFL jerseys in 2021.
One word: Underrated. Purple and gold will always be a good blend. Additionally, the uniforms had a nice mix of Nordic culture in them such as the horns on the helmet and the subtle design on the shoulders.
It’s still far from being the best but they are certainly a huge upgrade compared to the previous ones.
The silver, green, and navy blue colors pop really well when the Seahawks play. Every design relates well to Seattle.
It has tapering feathers along each side of the pants and neckline as well as the “12” elements to honor the best fans in the world. The sales of these jerseys skyrocketed too all thanks to Russell Wilson. The full vibrant green uniform is just too much for the eyes though.
A lot of Philly fans want the kelly green jerseys to make a comeback.
After all, they are mainly donned by Philadelphia legend, Randall Cunningham, in the 90s. And oh boy, those jerseys look great. That doesn’t mean that the midnight green color doesn’t stand out. The Eagles’ uniforms still look clean with their sleek colors and logo.
Definitely one of the classic looks in the NFL, the Cowboys’ uniforms are simple, iconic, and unique.
The star on the helmet and the blue, silver, and white colors are perfectly mixed. Dallas can never go wrong no matter what combination they wear on the field.
San Francisco’s red and gold colors are classics. When it comes to their uniforms, they aren’t afraid to experiment.
Whatever combination it may be, their vintage look will always be a hit. The 49ers jerseys will still look good for a very long time even without making major upgrades.
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When you see green and gold, the Packers are the first thing that comes to mind.
Their solid green jerseys paired with gold helmets and pants are iconic.
Green Bay has been consistent with its color combinations. After all, it’s all about placement. They simply nailed their uniforms since the beginning.
No matter what the Saints are wearing, their uniforms do stand out, especially the all-black jerseys.
After all, white, black, and gold are such a good combination. The fleur des lis logo on the helmet and shoulders represents New Orleans perfectly. The Saints’ timeless look easily makes it one of the best NFL jerseys in 2021.
Pittsburgh’s traditional uniforms still look great in 2021. Everything is just clean from top to bottom. The black and yellow combination complements very well.
Moreover, the colors and the Steelmark logo represent Pittsburgh perfectly. Just don’t bring back the Bumblebee jerseys, though.
Los Angeles unveiled their new uniforms in 2020 and it looks great. The powder blue color is perfect on whatever combination.
The bolt logo at the shoulders, pants, and helmet adds flair to their overall look. Undoubtedly, the Chargers uniform is one of the top NFL jerseys in 2021.
Simplicity is key. Las Vegas’ classic black and silver colors will always look good on the field.
Plus, they have one of the coolest logos in the league. The combination of the pirate logo, color scheme, and simple design easily make them the best NFL jersey.
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Madden 21 Franchise Relocation Guide - How to relocate, move cities, stadium options, uniforms, names & more By Toby Durant + 8. 100% Upvoted . Those are the uniforms you have. I feel like it shouldnt be that hard and would be a fun way to maybe even spruce up your favorite teams uniforms. How to Earn MUT 21 Coins by properly invest in Madden TOTW Cards? Summarize your bug When I try to change uniforms in online H2H when I play online it selects the home uniform that I didn't select even if I'm home. How to Create a Team in Madden 21. A point to make here is that Madden 21 also doesn’t use L2/LT as a skill modifier for the ball carrier, as it did last year. Los Angeles Chargers Uniform . It defaults to the normal uniform and it does it for the away uniform as well. share. Also if you like quick, informative videos like this please feel free to like the video and subscribe […] You put all these retro/alt uniforms in the game, but stuck seeing the cpu's "normal" uniforms … So let’s get right to it. hide. This thread is archived. 6 comments. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Read Also: Madden 21: The TOTW Week 1 Challenge; Madden 21: How to get Colin Kaepernick. Over the years, EA has done a solid job including just about every uniform that all 32 of its teams have worn during their history in the NFL in Madden. Moving a franchise to a new location requires a few steps, but any player can move their team to a new home. Madden 21: Complete Controls Guide (Pass Rush, Offense, Defense, Running, Catching, and Intercept) for PS4 & Xbox One Feel free to call out what you see as a uniform mistake. But they changed that last year...I used the 2-controller "trick" up through Madden 16, but last year they patched it where you didn't need a 2nd controller anymore. Madden 21 Relocation Guide: All Uniforms, Teams, Logos, Cities and Stadiums. That tradition has remained intact for Madden 21. Face of the Franchise - High School to Hall of Fame. Now that there was one more opening for a city, they needed to add it. The video below shows every uniform for all 32 teams. level 1. hide. But I've tried everything with Madden DB, DFR5, Madden AMP, NZA editor and Uniform Ripping, all to no avail. The Madden 21 franchise model allows players to move teams to new cities. Brian quickly put together a video showcasing every Madden 21 uniform for all 32 NFL teams. Last year, they have changed their secondary color to GOLD. EA can change and update Los Angeles Chargers secondary color to GOLD Alternate Uniform Gotta change it before you draft. Usually, this means that you buy players at market prices and speculate about selling them at significantly higher prices within a few days or weeks. Any chance the coach will then get upgrades for additional slots? Never understood the logic. Since 2008, their primary color is Navy Blue and secondary color was Powder Blue. How can I change my uniforms in mut draft mode? How am I supposed to do that? 2 years ago. The teams that have made updates are the; Buccaneers, Falcons, Colts, Browns, and Patriots. Madden 21: Complete Controls Guide (Pass Rush, Offense, Defense, Running, Catching, and Intercept) for PS4 & Xbox One Summarize your bug Uniforms aren't changing when selecting them in "Play a friend" mode. Madden 21 refocuses on right-stick trickery, with EA promising you’ll be able to “link together clever combos that set up amazing gameplay moments". 4 comments. Madden should follow the footsteps of other video games, like NBA2K, and allow for total customization of the names, logos and uniforms. Report Save. I am trying to change my team's jerseys in season mode to their alternates. Chargers have these uniforms since 2008. Madden NFL 21 Face of the Franchise is a story-driven mode in which players have to make a lot of decisions. Madden 21. Credit: EA. After players enter the franchise mode and start the league, they must change their roles. The most you can do is take the bottoms and tops of the uniforms and switch them before the game starts. best. What’s new in Madden 21 relocation? However, now that the game is already on EA Play , the new streaming service from the company, fans will already be able to experiment with the various in-game uniforms for all 32 of the league's teams. Madden 20: The 10 Best Jerseys In The Game, Ranked. Madden 21 is here which means a new Super Bowl legacy is yours for the taking in Franchise Mode!. If you sell or add a Uniform to a collection you can no longer use it in game. Moving the franchise to a new location requires several steps, but any player can move his team to a new home. 2. For double digits like 11, 21, 31 ect use PlayerNumberAdjust in the MixMatch setting for the jersey you want to change. 76% Upvoted. You can now play the game via EA Play. What will the new nickname for the team be, and from a video game standpoint, how will the new team be represented in Madden 21? Madden 21 Relocation Guide: All Uniforms, Teams, Logos, Cities and Stadiums. Madden 21: Complete Controls Guide (Pass Rush, Offense, Defense, Running, Catching, and Intercept) for PS4 & Xbox One New to Madden 21, how to change MUT team? With Madden 21 now out you can see our full review of EA's latest NFL game. Stadium field changes to say London but Stadium remains the traditional home stadium. Needless to say, this may be an interesting and frequently used feature. All of the non EA titles that have an ultimate team type mode have custom uniforms (MLBTS, and 2K Myteam). It’s a tricky process though, but we have everything you need to know right here! Exactly what the title says. Surely this would be a fun, often-used feature. A smaller feature could also be the option to customize current uniforms. Madden 20 is out, and, though it's plagued with issues, there's no better feeling than taking the field with a sharply-dressed team. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Smaller sized functions may also be alternatives to customize the current uniform. Home and Away Primary and Secondary Color . best. The Madden 21 Franchise Mode allows players to relocate teams to new cities. No change to the coach then I assume since you mentioned only stadiums and uniforms. EA’s NFL simulation title will be … Madden 21 Relocation Guide: All Uniforms, Teams, Logos, Cities and Stadiums. level 1. In short, they have not updated, altered, added, or changed any uniform, logo, uniform popularity, or fan interest of nicknames. save. Madden NFL 21 is set to officially release on August 28th, 2020. 2 years ago. Multiple NFL teams during this offseason have changed their uniforms. Uniforms default as either home or away presets. Madden NFL 21 includes all of these changes, meaning players can take to the field in a wide range of jerseys and uniforms. level 2. Sort by. share. Sorry if this have been posted before or it's posted on the wrong sub, but I want to change my MUT uniform, I started with the Patriots uniform and I want the Packers, is there any way to do it? A total of eight NFL teams had logo and/or uniform changes during the offseason. For example, if you choose a uniform for your team to use that has a black jersey and blue pants at home, and a white jersey and black pants when on the road, you can go to edit uniforms before the game, and put the black jersey with the black pants, or the white jersey with the blue pants. Users could change their own uniforms every five years, just like the NFL allows. During the vs. screen (where you first see your opponent) you can switch between all available uniforms by hitting up and down. Users can change their uniforms each five years, as allowed by the NFL. If you want to have a stronger origin, then you can Buy MUT 21 Coins. I honestly hope they add custom uniforms in Madden 21. It allowed me to edit the uniforms, but I cannot re-import the changes back into my franchise file. save. report. I went to the settings menu, then I tapped on the "Change Uniform" option, but it won't let me change the uniforms (the arrows to toggle between jerseys are there, but they are grey and nothing happens when I touch them.) Also you can change the Number textures by importing via the _num_col_array HELMET PRESET – You can use this to change the shine, make it matte or chrome ect. There’s no traditional Create a Team mode or option in Madden 21. Madden should really adhere to within the footsteps of other video games (for example NBA2K) and enable full customization on the name, logo, and uniform. Specifically, I exported my relocated Bills/Bisons team from my franchise file to my roster file. 2. share. This thread is archived . Like real life teams, you can choose to move cities in Franchise Mode and start building somewhere new. report. Seems to be locked on the ones I first chose and now it won't let me select them. 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In what is the closest thing gamers have to being able to create a team in the Madden series (outside of modding), relocating a team has brought new life into what has been a notoriously stale Franchise Mode, left largely unchanged for multiple years.
While rigid in its process, there has been little official explanation from EA as to how the process is done, and where a team can move.
Never fear, though, we have every location, every team, and every uniform in our comprehensive guide, which also runs through how to complete a move to a new city.
How to relocate a team in Madden 22 Franchise Mode
A word of caution before we get going: these steps need to be followed almost to the letter. For reasons unknown, processes in the change occur on specific weeks of the season that you’re relocating in.
The completion of the relocation begins at the start of the next season. You can either play out the season in the original city as usual or simulate to the next season once you’ve finished making your relocation choices.
First, you must be in Owner Mode when beginning your Franchise Mode. When setting up your Franchise Mode, go to ‘Change Role’ and select ‘Owner’ on the screen shown below.
While choosing your League Settings at the start of your career, ensure that the Relocation Setting is set to “Normal,” “Users only,” “Everyone (can relocate),” or “All Users Only.”
In the first two, relocation is only unlocked when your team’s stadium rating is under 20, but the latter two enable you to relocate irrespective of the stadium rating.
If you forget to change the League Settings before starting a new Franchise Mode, you can change them later in the Franchise Settings section under the Options tab. Essentialy, you can just change the settings to “Everyone (can relocate),” commence your relocation process, and then turn the setting back to stop any other teams from moving.
It’s recommended that you pick the financial mogul owner to ensure that you have enough money to complete a move.
For an extra challenge, a relocation can be achieved as a “lifelong fan” or “former player.”
Starting the process of relocating
Start by entering ‘Manage Team’ from the Team section of the main menu. There, you’ll find the Stadium option, and then select ‘Relocate’ on this screen to get the ball rolling.
Unless you’re opting to play out this season with the old team, simulate week after week until you receive a notification in the “Activities” section of the Home tab, asking you to select your city.
This typically appears in Week 5, but it’s best to double-check each week to make sure. To skip to Week 5 quickly, select “Advance Week” and then “Sim to Midseason,” but during the sim, you have to press O/B when it says ‘Week 3’ at the bottom of the screen as it will carry two more weeks from when you press to cancel.
Select “Start Relocation” to begin your process, with the team name, uniform, and stadium all decided in subsequent weeks.
What are the relocation cities in Madden 22?
In Madden 22, you have 19 cities available as potential relocation areas, including those within the United States, such as San Antonio and Columbus, and those in other nations, including London and Mexico City.
These are all of the Madden 22 relocation cities that you can select:
- London, England
- St. Louis, Missouri
- Mexico City, Mexico
- Toronto, Canada
- San Antonio, Texas
- Orlando, Florida
- Salt Lake City, Utah
- Brooklyn, New York
- Memphis, Tennessee
- Chicago, Illinois
- Sacramento, California
- Columbus, Ohio
- Portland, Oregon
- Austin, Texas
- Dublin, Ireland
- Houston, Texas
- San Diego, California
- Oakland, California
- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
You can make your selection by scrolling through the cities on the map that appears, using the controller’s d-pad to scroll left and right.
How to choose the right relocation city in Madden 22
Each city has fan interest, market size, and personality attributes that can affect your team’s viability, with larger markets more likely to make the most of bigger stadiums, also coming with an increased ability to lure in key free agents.
Fan interest dictates how successful as a team you will have to be to keep the fans coming back.
The better the interest and market size, the better your immediate cash flow will be, but personality determines the city’s patience for losing teams and high merchandise prices.
Be sure to check out further down the article to find out how each city stacks up for market size and personality.
After making your city selection, you can simulate to next week.
Picking your relocation team’s name and logo
Next, you’ll be asked which nickname to run with: most teams offer you three names from which to choose.
These relocation nicknames and logos have separate fan interest attributes too, and you can even opt to keep the old mascot in the new city, albeit with a hit to the fan interest rating.
You should note that when moving to Oakland or St. Louis, you can only transfer your old logo and uniform, with there not being any new logos or uniforms to pick.
Mexico City and San Antonio only have two team names and logos to pick from in Madden 22, while the other locations have three.
Selecting your relocation team’s uniform
Simulating to the next week will bring you to the uniform selection screen for your choice of team. These choices are all quite similar for each team, with the differences in patterns and color schemes being subtle at best.
After making your uniform choice and simulating another week, you’ll come to a stadium selection page option.
Picking the right stadium for your relocation team
There are two levels to this choice: you have five designs to pick from (Sphere, Futuristic, Hybrid, Traditional, and Canopy), with size options set to “Basic” and “Deluxe.”
A basic stadium will cost less and be ideal for teams struggling or of smaller interest and market size, while stronger teams, or those with more significant fan interest, can spend to build bigger stadiums.
Once you’ve selected your stadium, the process of completing a relocation in Madden 22 will be complete.
From here, you can either play out the rest of the season and pick players in the next draft, or, to accelerate the process, you can simulate to next season.
The new color scheme will appear in Week 1 of the preseason, as shown above.
Madden 22 relocation uniforms, teams and logos
Here are all of the logos, uniforms and teams that you can select for each of the relocation cities in Madden 22, with St. Louis and Oakland being the only locations that doesn’t allow you to customize your team.
Click the city links below to view all the uniforms and logos for each team.
Madden 22: Austin Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: Brooklyn Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: Chicago Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: Columbus Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: Dublin Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: Houston Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: London Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: Memphis Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: Mexico City Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: Oakland Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: Oklahoma City Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: Orlando Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: Portland Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: Sacramento Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: Salt Lake City Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: San Antonio Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: San Diego Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: St. Louis Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22: Toronto Relocation Uniforms, Teams, and Logos
Madden 22 relocation stadiums
There are ten relocation stadiums for you to choose from in Madden 22, ranging from basic to deluxe, traditional to futuristic.
Basic Canopy Stadium
- Build Cost: $0.75bn
- Seats: 66,000
- Suites: 2,500
Basic Futuristic Stadium
- Build Cost: $0.85bn
- Seats: 70,000
- Suites: 2,500
Basic Hybrid Stadium
- Build Cost: $0.80bn
- Seats: 67,000
- Suites: 3,000
Basic Sphere Stadium
- Build Cost: $0.70bn
- Seats: 69,000
- Suites: 2,000
Basic Traditional Stadium
- Build Cost: $0.71bn
- Seats: 72,000
- Suites: 2,500
Deluxe Canopy Stadium
- Build Cost: $1.00bn
- Seats: 66,000
- Suites: 4,000
Deluxe Futuristic Stadium
- Build Cost: $1.35bn
- Seats: 70,000
- Suites: 5,000
Deluxe Hybrid Stadium
- Build Cost: $1.00bn
- Seats: 67,000
- Suites: 4,500
Deluxe Sphere Stadium
- Build Cost: $1.15bn
- Seats: 69,000
- Suites: 4,500
Deluxe Traditional Stadium
- Build Cost: $1.18bn
- Seats: 72,000
- Suites: 6,000
You now know how to complete the process of relocating your NFL team to a new city in Madden 22.
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