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Check Out The 2017 NFL Color Rush Helmets

Despite the Washington Redskins submitting a proposal to the NFL back in March that would have allowed teams to opt out of wearing the uniforms on Thursday Night Football they are not going anywhere just yet. The only way a team can get out of wearing them is if the two teams’ uniforms are too similar. That or they just don’t have an actual Color Rush game on the schedule. Those two options ended up in nine teams not wearing the retina-melting gear for a game in 2016.
Here is a list of the games:

Sept 7: Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots
Sept. 14: Houston Texans at Cincinnati Bengals
Sept. 21: Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers
Sept. 28: Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers
Oct. 5: New England Patriots at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Oct. 12: Philadelphia Eagles at Carolina Panthers
Oct. 19: Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders
Oct. 26: Miami Dolphins at Baltimore Ravens
Nov. 2: Buffalo Bills at New York Jets
Nov. 9: Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals
Nov. 16: Tennessee Titans at Pittsburgh Steelers
Nov. 23 (Thanksgiving): New York Giants at Washington Redskins
Nov. 30: Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys
Dec. 7: New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons
Dec. 14: Denver Broncos at Indianapolis Colts
The Detroit Lions will wear theirs on Dec. 16 since they don’t have a Thursday game.


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