BUFFALO, NY - The NFL's "Color Rush" uniforms, which debuted last year during Thursday Night Football, make a return this Thursday night when the Buffalo Bills host New York Jets, but with one notable difference.
Last year, during a game in New Jersey, the Jets wore predominantly green and the Bills wore predominantly red, causing problems for many color blind viewers who were unable to distinguish between the two teams.
This year, the Bills and Jets are again wearing "Color Rush" uniforms, but the Jets' uniforms will now be predominantly white, making it easier for color blind viewers to watch the game.
A preview of what the uniforms will look like was tweeted by @UniWatch.
This week's Color Rush match-up: Jets (white) at Bills (red), which avoids last year's colorblindness problem. pic.twitter.com/EBOP9ghuHM— Paul Lukas (@UniWatch) September 13, 2016