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Are new Jets uniforms coming in 2018?

 
  • A popular hashtag on Twitter has been getting serious momentum over the past few months in regards to new uniforms possibly coming to the New York Jets in 2018. Is it truly happening?

If you love Twitter, you’ve undoubtedly seen the hashtag #JetsNewUnis trending here and there. There have been a lot of rumors circulating over the past few months about the New York Jets possibly debuting new uniforms at some point this upcoming season.

Could the selection of future franchise quarterback Sam Darnold have something to do with the Jets dropping a new look for 2018? It’s no secret that Darnold is likely to start at some point during the regular season but there is a good chance a new uniform or alternate uniform could be a reality due to a very important milestone coming up.

 

2018 marks the 50th Anniversary of the Jets Super Bowl III championship. Ideally, the Jets will most likely have a lot of home events and giveaways to commemorate the only championship in franchise history.

Expect to see the Jets wear perhaps a throwback 1960s jersey for a regular season game to honor the Super Bowl III championship season. Could a hybrid jersey be in the works as well? Perhaps featuring that famous 1960s design but with a more modern look/color?

Your guess is as good as mine but as far as a completely new uniform being debuted this season, it wouldn’t make sense. Perhaps maybe in 2019 if the Jets deem Darnold their full-time starter maybe but for 2018, it’s unlikely. It likely revolves around this huge moment in Jets history.

Considering it’s the 50th Anniversary of this huge accomplishment by the Jets, expect to see them do a throwback uniform game to hype it all up. It’ll be a huge celebration at MetLife Stadium likely to feature pre-game festivities, a halftime ceremony, and maybe even fireworks too.

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21 minutes ago, dbatesman said:

Are they using these as alternates, like the Titans unis or the Color Guard or whatever the **** they do on TNF? Or will these be a primary?

Im guessing its gonna be the throwback instead of the blue Titans and the alternate to replace the color rush.

No way in hell they change the regular game jersey. 

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5 minutes ago, SAR I said:

This.

New York is the fashion capital of the country and if they can't built a world-class state of the art uniform it's a joke.  All my teams-  Jets, Rangers, Yankees-  have classic uniforms and I haven't seen a new/modern uniform in all my years of fandom.  I want something new and slick, no throwback crap.

But of course, the Jets will pull a Mets and design something hideous.  Or, worse, roll out a stupid play on the 80s uniform just in time for us to have a #14 under center.

SAR I

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Just now, Patriot Killa said:

I like the color of green. I just don’t like any other Helmet aside from white

Same green as color rush. 

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16 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

I love the color rush uniforms too.

A bit too much every Sunday. 

We've got bigger issues than worrying about the uniforms. 

Hopefully we have a FRANCHISE QB. 

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The Jets will have a brand new look in 2019. The franchise will unveil new uniforms next April and the Jets will wear their ensemble beginning in their 60th season of play.

After starting as the Titans of New York and sporting a navy, gold and white combination from 1960-62, the team was renamed the Jets prior to the 1963 season and kelly green and white became synonymous with the upstarts from the American Football League. There have been three major uniform alterations since. The last one came prior to the 1998 campaign when Bill Parcells oversaw a color change from kelly green to hunter green and removed black as an accent color while paying homage to the Super Bowl III championship team with a modified version of the oval on the helmet that was used from 1965-77.

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7 minutes ago, RSJ said:

 


Idk whats more trash. The uniform or the player.


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The uniform is definitely trash the player is going to have a breakout season in 2018. 

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Im all for leaving the uniform alone. 

But we know Nike and the NY Jets are all about selling merchandise. 

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1 minute ago, The Crusher said:

It was literally voted bottom 3. Its messy and disorganized. Nothing at all appealing. Looks a like a freaking decorated Easter egg.

Dont care I'm all about tradition I'm a lifelong diehard fan not a millennial. 

This looks like hell 

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@kdels62 negative rep for posting helmet prototypes I found on the internet??????  

NEVER SAID IF I LIKED THEM OR NOT DUDE/DUDETTE

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4 minutes ago, kdels62 said:

The rules I’d give to designers:

1) No Black

2) Lighter Green

3) No Words on Pants 

Submit it to the team. 

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Just now, Warfish said:

Till you realize that one of the biggest drivers of sales is presumed rarity/end of availability, and that all the fans of THIS gear will run out and buy it up now while it's still available.

That, and that 95% of the "fans" are casual and will simply buy now never knowing something new is coming, no matter how many leaks or pressers there are.

TLDR:  Nike will be fine.  Lol.

Exactly those that like the current logo and color will buy everything they can. 

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1 hour ago, UntouchableCrew said:

Kinda wish I'd held off on buying the Darnold jersey now that I know it'll be obsolete in a year. Thanks Jets.

Personally I love our uniforms -- I think the home (green on white) and road (white on white) are awesome -- I'd ditch the pickle pants, but I think our base uniforms are great.

Honestly, the all white-out ones (with the white facemasks, etc.) were sexy as hell.

No worries you will have his rookie season jersey. 

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I buy the knock-offs if its a current player only ones I would consider purchasing the real deal right now are Adams,Darnold,Sterling. 

For now regardless of change I stick with this. It never goes out of style. 

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1 minute ago, Matt39 said:

The Jets have a clean classic look that makes the franchise look better and more professional than they actually are. The Colts essentially have the same uniform as the Jets besides the obvious blue vs green and Horseshoe logo. No reason to change the simple clean look for the sake of it. Draft better players and score more touchdowns and sales will spike. The Bucs, Falcons, Titans etc all look absurd.

Exactly the uniform doesn't make the player. 

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3 hours ago, Jet Fan RI said:

Is the two different kinds of green something the Jets every actually used? Or is that just because it's a cheap knock-off? 

Thats a picture that came up on a Google search thats not my actual Joe Namath Mitchell&Ness jersey. 

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Our current uniforms are kick ass and top in the league there is no reason to mess with them. 

My fear is like others that this isn't gonna end well and we are going to look like clowns. 

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2 minutes ago, usanyj said:

I’m wondering if they go fullchwngw and actually put a fighter jet on the helmet and now letters or words... I love a white face mask though 

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1 hour ago, SAR I said:

Out.  Done with football.  Would focus on the Yankees and Rangers, maybe give the Knicks a try.

SAR I

SAR I 

I like the current uniforms they are the best in the NFL and hate to see us make an ugly change which seems like its going to happen. 

But out?  COME ON MAN 

I will not buy the new merchandise and continue to wear the old stuff which will always be available.

joewilly12 

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Tradition is where its at this is the NFL not the NCAA where uniforms are like halloween costumes. 

The NY Jets current uniform is one of the best in the NFL. 

 

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What are those of you supporting a change going to do when they unveil something like this as the new uniform? 

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NY Jets uniforms ranked 11th best out of all 32 teams. 

https://www.nbcsports.com/washington/washington-redskins/photos-ranking-all-32-nfl-uniforms#slide-1

 

PHOTOS: Ranking all 32 NFL uniforms

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Best & Worst: Ranking all 32 NFL uniforms

Best & Worst: Ranking all 32 NFL uniforms

Take a look at the best, and the worst, uniforms in the NFL. 
 

32: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

32: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

If you were to take someone who has never watched a football game to the Bucs-Jags preseason game that took place on August 8th, they would be scarred forever and never go to a game again. It was like Super Bowl XLIX: Worst Jerseys version. In my mind, the Bucs edge the Jags by a late field goal. For those of you wondering, no, it's not the angle or a mistake, the helmets are supposed to have that weird stripe on it. And I'm no expert dresser, but one thing I've always been taught is to never wear red with orange; apparently the Bucs didn't know that. From top to bottom, these are absolutely hideous. 
 

31: Jacksonville Jaguars

31: Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jacksonville Jaguars should send a Christmas card to whoever designed the Buccaneers uniform, because if the Bucs uni's weren't redesigned into possibly the worst look in professional sports, the Jags would easily occupy the bottom spot of this list. That helmet is bad, like Chad Henne trying to complete a pass while under pressure bad. The sleeves, the numbers outlined in gold, and the trim on the pants are also terrible. But good lord, that helmet is bad. So, so bad. 
 

30: Cincinnati Bengals

30: Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals uniforms have been bad for a long, long time. The helmets with the stripes have reached infamous status, but the team has done nothing to change them. Unfortunately, the stripes have also made their way down on the shoulder pads and pants, too. Maybe Jay Gruden left Cincy because he couldn't stand this clownish look any longer. 
 

29: Tennessee Titans

29: Tennessee Titans

It's as if the Titans said to themselves, "You know, I really like having one odd shade of blue on our uniforms, but I would really love it if we could have two odd shades of blue on there, is that possible?" Then, instead of wearing white pants to neutralize the bad jersey, the team decided to let the blues infiltrate the pants, too. Throw that in with the flaming sword thing that is the Titans logo, and it all adds up to a poorly conceived uniform. 
 

28: Arizona Cardinals

28: Arizona Cardinals

Whoa, first of all, that's a lot of red. But even when the Cardinals wear their white pants, these uniforms straddle the line between old school and new age: the old fashioned, plain helmets look like they were made in the 70s or 80s, while the rest of the set is fairly modern. It's as if the Cards can't decide which style to go with, so they decided to use a little bit of both. Unfortunately, neither works. 
 

27: Carolina Panthers

27: Carolina Panthers

The Panthers color scheme is pretty awesome, as is their logo, but for some reason, their uniforms come across as cheap looking. There isn't any logo or emblems or cool lettering to look at on the jersey itself, making the uncreative look more suitable for a Pop Warner team than an NFL team. A lot left to be desired here. 
 

26: Atlanta Falcons

26: Atlanta Falcons

The Falcons are another example of a uniform with a helmet and jersey combo that don't match up well. The helmet would benefit from a screaming falcon in mid-flight or something more intimidating/exciting than that feathery "F" decal. And the shoulder of the jersey, where there is a white stripe, a black stripe, lots of red, and a mini Falcons logo is really crowded. 
 

25: Philadelphia Eagles

25: Philadelphia Eagles

Green is a great color for uniforms when pulled off correctly (see: Celtics, Packers), but sorry LeSean McCoy, the Eagles choice of green is pretty Shady. In addition, the helmets would look better if the team logo was slapped on the side instead of the wings coming out of the center. When it comes to uni's, there's not a lot of love for the team from Philly. 
 

24: St Louis Rams

24: St Louis Rams

The Rams rocked this blue on blue look for the majority of their games last year, and joins the long list of teams that tried, and failed, to wear pants that matched their jersey. C'mon guys, white pants never hurt anybody. Plus, the swirling horns on the helmet produce a dizzying effect. 
 

23: Minnesota Vikings

23: Minnesota Vikings

Poor Vikings fans, not only do they have to deal with the notion of Matt Cassel being their starting QB, but they have to look at less than stellar uniforms. When it comes to jersey colors, purple is a real X factor: if it is well done, it's a color that can elevate a team's uniform to glory, but if it's not, watch out. In my eyes, the Vikings uniforms don't make great use of the color; in addition, the Viking horns on the side of the helmet look more like a comma than they do a sweet piece of headgear. 
 

22: Seattle Seahawks

22: Seattle Seahawks

The Seahawks unveiled these new jerseys in 2012, and went from an average jersey to arguably the league's most intriguing look. No one can fault Seattle for having bland uniforms, but to me, they tried to do too much. The pants feature a neon stripe up the side with some sort of unidentifiable shape, the numbers have stripes that are unique but unnecessary, and the gray line across the shoulder blade doesn't look good. Champions of the NFL: Yes. Champions of the Jersey Rankings: No. 
 

21: Denver Broncos

21: Denver Broncos

The Broncos color scheme is very similar to that of Chicago's, but they don't do nearly as good a job executing it. The orange stripe on the side is reaching Albert Haynesworthian levels of thickness, and this design is one they've had since Elway. It's time to switch things up in Denver. 
 

20: Indianapolis Colts

20: Indianapolis Colts

Not much to see here: an all blue top with two stripes on each shoulder pad isn't memorable but it's not horrible, either. Despite having a very lame logo (a horse shoe? That's the best they could do?), the Colts jersey's aren't offensive; they're just, kind of, there. 
 

19: Houston Texans

19: Houston Texans

Aside from the Browns, the Texans have the NFL's most conservative look. The thick red stripe around the collar is pretty bad, but besides that there's nothing noteworthy going on here. 
 

18: Baltimore Ravens

18: Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens make better use of purple than the Vikes did, as they use a darker shade than Minnesota. However, the gold outline around the numbers isn't quite pulled off, and the while the logo on the helmets isn't an eyesore, they would look much better with the shield the team uses at their 50 yard line. 
 

17: Dallas Cowboys

17: Dallas Cowboys

America's team, the most recognizable uniform in sports, blah blah. It's just a star, people. Sure, it's a look people know, but once you get past the star there's some pretty questionable features in this design, including an awkward white stripe down the center of a gray helmet, and some awful stripes on the shoulder. Much like their quarterback, these jerseys look worse and worse the more you analyze them. 
 

16: Cleveland Browns

16: Cleveland Browns

The Browns are not just one of the most plain jerseys in the NFL, but probably in all of sports. I mean, their team logo is just an orange helmet, and their team name is a color. Even Bill Belichick is bored. However, Cleveland's lack of creativity in their uniforms prevents them from rolling out an ugly look, so therefore, they rank right in the middle of the pack as the league's most average jersey. Don't underestimate the power of Johnny Football though; he'll help move these things off the rack in bunches anyway. 
 

15: Detroit Lions

15: Detroit Lions

The Lions and their Honolulu blue colored uniforms are one logo change away from being amongst the league's elite. The only problem is instead of a roaring, proud Lion on the helmet, the team opted for a design that looks more like a feisty blue kitten. But the silver and blue is a good combo, and the numbers are different yet stylish. 
 

14: Miami Dolphins

14: Miami Dolphins

When a team features a unique color as heavily as the Dolphins do with teal in this look they debuted last year, people usually love it or hate it. I personally am a fan, and think it looks fresh and original. The team took a risk and it paid off, as it's certainly a big time upgrade from what the team was wearing before the reboot. 
 

13: New England Patriots

13: New England Patriots

Due to the franchise's success over the past 15 years or so, NFL fans are used to seeing New England's uni's on their TV's, and that's not a bad thing. A team will always get bonus points for incorporating red, white, and blue into their jerseys ('cause 'Merica), and the logo is cool, too. 
 

12: New York Giants

12: New York Giants

The New York Giants and their deep royal blue go together like Eli Manning and pouty faces. The helmets sport a simple yet classic logo, the hint of red down the center of the helmets gives the headgear some nice symmetry, and while the jerseys don't have a ton going on, the simple look is pulled of well by the G-Men. 
 

11: New York Jets

11: New York Jets

The J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets choice of green is much better than the E-A-G-L-E-S Eagles' choice of green, setting the tone for a strong look. The logo is retro and the shoulders aren't too busy, a mistake many other teams make. 
 

10: Pittsburgh Steelers

10: Pittsburgh Steelers

These black and gold uniforms are intimidating and go well with the team's hard-nosed reputation. Despite the peculiar font used for the numbers, the team gains creativity points for having a helmet with the logo only on one side, the only one of its kind in the league, and for a color scheme that comes together beautifully. 
 

9: San Francisco 49ers

9: San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers colors are some of the more recognizable in all of sports, and for good reason. The team's red tops are timeless, and the "SF" logo has been around forever. Coach Jim Harbaugh can get mad and yell about a lot of things, but he can't get angry about how his team looks. 
 

8: Kansas City Chiefs

8: Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs uniforms seem to have been the same since they entered the league, but that's not an issue here. The arrowhead logo makes for a fine looking helmet, the bright red is outstanding, the subtle yellow outline on the numbers is an underappreciated touch. 
 

7: Chicago Bears

7: Chicago Bears

Da Bears! The dark navy and orange is a brilliant combination. The orange trim on the numbers make them pop, and the stripes on the shoulder pads and socks are well executed. And that "C" on the helmet is an ageless look. 
 

6: Washington Redskins

6: Washington Redskins

The intense burgundy combined with the rich gold is a wonderful look. Now that the team has started to wear the gold pants much more often, it's a look that has gotten even better. And finally, the Redskins ace the most overlooked part of the NFL uniform: the socks. Much like their quarterback, the Skins' sock game is on point. 
 

5: San Diego Chargers

5: San Diego Chargers

If this were a list ranking alternate jerseys, the Chargers and their power blue would no doubt be No. 1. Even so, the Chargers standard navy uniforms are pretty electric too, as the bolt on the helmet draws your attention, and the hints of gold throughout the jersey make it pop. 
 

4: Green Bay Packers

4: Green Bay Packers

Green and yellow isn't a pair that normally works, but Green Bay came up with this design years ago and stuck to it because it's an excellent look. It feels like this is a jersey that will never go out of style. 
 

3: New Orleans Saints

3: New Orleans Saints

The Saints are probably the only team in football who can pull off wearing pants the same color as their jersey; doing so normally leads to color overkill, but the Saints black on black home uniforms are extremely sharp. The gold helmet and fleur-de-lis logo is a super look, too. 
 

2: Buffalo Bills

2: Buffalo Bills

While the Bills as a team are pretty awful, fans can at least take solace in having one of the league's most underrated uniforms. The team went to this retro look a few years ago, and in doing so became one of the NFL's best dressed squads. The helmet is perfect, and the red, white and blue jerseys are tremendous, too. While most teams have trouble choosing how to incorporate stripes, the Bills have it all figured out. Ranking them this high may come as a surprise to some, but it shouldn't be. 
 

1: Oakland Raiders

1: Oakland Raiders

The Raiders and their silver and black come in at number one on this list, and in my mind it's not really close. Having a uniform that never changes is good for many reasons, but most importantly, fans of any age have memories that are drawn back to the same look.; it's a lasting look. Congratulations Oakland, you have the NFL's best uniforms. 
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