NFL Week 14: What do Color Rush uniforms look like?

The Kansas City Chiefs (9-3) will host the Oakland Raiders (10-2) on Thursday Night Football in Week 14. What do the Color Rush uniforms look like?

Thursday Night Football in Week 14 should be one of the best primetime games of the season. The Kansas City Chiefs (9-3) will host their AFC West nemesis in the Oakland Raiders (10-2) for an 8:25 p.m. ET kickoff at Arrowhead Stadium. Color Rush will also be in display in Kansas City on Thursday night.

This Nike uniform campaign has had its highs and lows this season. The NFL has refined some of the issues it had from Color Rush a season ago, like the red-green color blind games between the Buffalo Bills and the New York Jets. Here are what the Chiefs and Raiders will be wearing on Thursday Night Football this week.

Of course the Chiefs were going to be in all red. Kansas City wears the color red well. Not every team can look like the Detroit Red Wings or Santa Claus, but with the Chiefs, it’s not flattering, just solid all-around.

The Raiders could have gone with all black, but that may not have been the right look on national television. If this game was in Oakland, then maybe we would see the Raiders in all black. That being said, the Raiders do rock the crisp, all-white look very well.

Most teams this season that have gone all white have looked pretty good. Some teams have looked better in all white than Oakland, but the Raiders rock it better than most. Overall, this looks to be one of the better all-around Color Rush games of 2016. For a game with huge AFC Playoff implications, thankfully these two AFC powers will look respectable on the field Thursday night.

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