The NFL Divisional round starts today and, just as we did last weekend, we’re again bringing you the uniform matchups you can expect to see on the field over the next two days.
We’ve got two games on Saturday, two games on Sunday, winners will move on to the Conference Finals and take us that much closer to Super Bowl LV set for February 7, 2021, in Tampa, Florida.
First up on Saturday in the NFC we have the Green Bay Packers hosting the Los Angeles Rams:
The Packers of course picked their traditional green over gold, a combo they’ve wore nine times during the 2020 season during which they have a record of 7-2. The Rams are sticking with what brought them here, last week they débuted a new bone white on blue combo, it worked, they won, and they’re bringing it back again Saturday afternoon hoping that lightning can strike twice.
In the Saturday evening game over in the AFC, the Buffalo Bills welcome the Baltimore Ravens to Orchard Park:
Buffalo is sticking with the blue on white which they wore last weekend in their win over Indianapolis, the Bills are now 4-0 on the year (including the playoffs) when wearing this combo. Baltimore is once again wearing white over purple, likely based on the fact that they’re an incredible 5-0 in 2020 when doing so. So with two undefeated uniforms battling here… something’s gotta give here.
On Sunday afternoon the Cleveland Browns (yes, the Cleveland Browns) travel to Kansas City where they take on the defending Super Bowl Champion Chiefs:
Kansas City is going with the usual red jersey with white pants, they’ve worn that eight times in 2020 and went 6-2 while doing so. The Browns will wear the same combo as they did last weekend at Pittsburgh, the white jersey with orange pants, they are 2-0 on the year in this pairing.
Finally on Sunday evening it’s the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and their 43-year old quarterback Tom Brady heading to the Superdome in New Orleans to battle the Saints and their 42-year old quarterback Drew Brees:
The Saints are again wearing their all-black uniforms, they wore them to victory last weekend against Chicago and have gone 6-2 this year in the combo. The Bucs will wear their road white jerseys with their pewter silver pants, last worn on December 26th the Bucs are an undefeated 3-0 in this set during the 2020 season.