The Top Five Best NFL Uniforms

Nicest looking uniforms and everything else.

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#5- Easily Denver Broncos- The Horse on the head isn’t to much. The stripes on the side of the uniform makes it look very classy. It does however look better on some players then others.

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#4- Miami Dolphins- The mixture of the teal and light orange make the uniform good. The home uniform looks great with the all teal and white numbers with the orange bordering. The logo has a very vintage look

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3- Washington Redskins- If you base this team on history this would be higher up because the redskin desgin is famous and has been around for a long time with some very good teams like the redskins in the late ’70’s and early ’80’s. The Maroon or red color looks classy and not trashy.

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#2- Green Bay Packers- The team with the most history and a logo that is famous. The logo is plain and simple. Honestly if the Packers were a new team they would not be this high but because of the history of the team and same logo they have to be this high

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#1- St. Louis Rams- This would stir up any kind of debate, and I know a lot of people that would beg to differ and argue that the rams are number one. The horns on the helmet are a signature sign of the team, and a little history: the Rams were the first team to put their logo on the helmets, painted on by the kicker (ya go figure). And it gives the players a little tough look, makes them seem like they have horns on their heads.

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  1. KAren
    Posted January 29, 2009 at 5:47 pm

    Great keep it up

  2. fred
    Posted February 1, 2009 at 4:48 pm


  3. Posted June 3, 2009 at 1:10 am

    Nice article and a very interesting idea. I never thought about comparing the uniforms of football teams. Might be interested in one for basketball and soccer teams though they do not have helmets so there would be less to compare. By the way I found this via your stumble page.

    -Resounding Glass

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