NFL Red & Green ‘Color Rush’ Uniforms Debut With An Inadvertent Christmas Theme — And Offend Thousands Of Fans For ANOTHER Reason!

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Well, this was a big mistake!

The NFL debuted their “Color Rush” jerseys on Thursday night for a game between the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets.

The Bills — who were clad head to toe in red uniforms — and the Jets — who similarly wore green over every inch of their bodies — put together the best worst most bizarre Christmas-like display of football we think we’ve ever seen, and it didn’t go over so well with fans!

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Of course the red and green from Thursday’s game elicited a Christmas-themed response all over social media, but a backlash formed that the league apparently didn’t anticipate: color blind people were HATING this game!

Ch-ch-check out some of the reaction to the reds and greens on the field — which are generally the two most difficult shades to see for colorblind people — on Twitter:

According to the NFL, though, the “Color Rush” uniforms are here to stay: all 32 teams in the league will have a special solid-colored uniform in 2016 for certain games.

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And while Christmas-themed jerseys are one thing — completely forgetting about colorblind people is a bad move by the NFL — the next Color Rush game looks like it’s just going to be all-out ugly:


Quick, somebody put the NFL on our worst-dressed list this week! LOLz!!

[Image via YouTube.]

Nov 13, 2015 12:40pm PDT

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