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Ranking the visual appeal of the potential Super Bowl LVI uniform combinations

Which teams would have the best chances of making it work?

Ranking the visual appeal of the potential Super Bowl LVI uniform combinations


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I almost didn’t repeat this. Especially after last year’s Super Bowl ended up being the least fashionable of the four choices. But that’s not fair to you.

It’s important that I continue to use my fashion expertise for good.

So, let’s rank all four Super Bowl matchups to see which would produce the most aesthetically pleasing uniform pairing.

#4 49ers (White Jersey/Gold Pants/Red Accent) vs. Chiefs (Red Jersey/White Pants/Yellow Accent)

These two are just too similar for me. The mark of a great Super Bowl uniform matchup is contrast. I also don’t love how we just saw these same color schemes clash only two years ago.

Verdict:

#3 Rams (White Jersey/White Pants/Yellow Accent) vs. Bengals (Black Jerseys/Black Pants/Orange Accent)

The yellow and orange accents are going to need to work overtime here, and I don’t think it’s enough color to get the job done. All white vs. all black is too boring for me. I want to feel alive when I watch this game.

Verdict:

#2 Rams (White Jersey/White Pants/Yellow Accent) vs. Chiefs (Red Jersey/White Pants/Yellow Accent)

This is better. I don’t love a white pants matchup so far from Labor Day, but the placement of the yellow accents on each jersey are distinct enough to make it work.

Verdict:

#1 49ers (White Jersey/Gold Pants/Red Accent) vs. Bengals (Black Jersey/Black Pants/Orange Accent)

This is the one. This would be a simply gorgeous Super Bowl. Don’t sleep on the nostalgia factor either. These two teams met in Super Bowl XVI 20 years ago. And as we all know, fashion is cyclical.

Verdict:

Did you agree with these rankings? Maybe not.

But as always, I think we can agree on one thing. I 100% know what I am talking about.

Terry is from Massachusetts and is a passionate fan of the Patriots, Celtics, Red Sox and Bruins. He also will admit he only pays attention to Syracuse basketball when they're good. If there's a Twitter trade rumor even remotely associated with one of his teams, he's likely fallen for it. Finally, he believes 100% that if the Celtics had beaten the Heat in the 2012 Eastern Conference Finals they would have swept the Thunder in the Finals.

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