Is It Time For A Uniform Update?

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - AUGUST 11: Dante Fowler Jr. /
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The Jaguars are now entering their fifth season with their 2013 Nike makeover. Over the years there have been many mixed feelings about their latest uniform overall, most notably their two-tone helmet. Is it time for another new look in Duval?

JACKSONVILLE, FL – DECEMBER 22: Quarterback David Garrard
JACKSONVILLE, FL – DECEMBER 22: Quarterback David Garrard /

Mixed reviews came pouring in, most notably their unique two-tone helmet. The helmet has become a signature to the Jaguars as they still remain five years later as the only team to adapt this two-tone scheme. Their new jerseys were filled with black and moved the signature teal to just a shoulder accent on their home jerseys and the color of the numbering on their away jerseys. With the unveiling they showcased an alternate jersey with teal as the primary color replacing their home jersey’s black and away jersey’s white. This jersey was unfortunately used once in since the new jerseys have come about.

There was even the missed opportunity with Nike’s “Color Rush” campaign that used one color for the entire uniform. The Jaguars went with gold and once again received mixed reviews among fans. The New England even went on to rank all 32 color rush jerseys ranking the Jaguars’ as the worst of all the teams. The gold look is easily the ugliest of the Jaguars current get-ups, but imagine if they would of went with an all teal look instead. The teal would of paid homage to the past as well as ignite more smiles than not, but with no other team in the campaign having an all gold it does stand out as memorable, just not in a good way.