Seattle Seahawks Break out Wolf Grey Uniforms for Week 15

Nick KostoraContributor IIIDecember 16, 2012

December 16, 2012; Toronto, ON, Canada; Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) heads for the end zone for his second touchdown of the first quarter against the Buffalo Bills at the Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports

The Seattle Seahawks have busted out their Wolf Grey Uniforms for a Week 15 showdown with the Buffalo Bills.


The Seahawks are wearing their "Wolf Grey" uniforms today.…

— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 16, 2012


As usual, fans have not been afraid to voice their opinions of Seattle's unique duds across social media. 

Most of the tweets have been complimentary:


Them Seattle Seahawks Jersey's Looking Way Too Legit.

— Johnson, Christopher (@iDOitFORtheLOVE) December 16, 2012


The Seahawks jersey tho #Fresh

— Bryan Santana (@BabyboyBry) December 16, 2012


Love the @seahawks grey wolf jersey!! #12thman #lookingood

— Ryan Roy (@RRyan_16) December 16, 2012


However, not everyone is so fond of the "Wolf Grey" apparel:


Ew! The Seahawks jersey's today are so ugly.

— Mikayla Huffman (@BullyMj13) December 16, 2012


Seahawks jersey are nasty

— Ooobaga (@Cantrell_88) December 16, 2012


There have been a few veiled comparisons between Seattle and the University of Oregon because of their assortment of jersey combinations:


How do the Seahawks have so many jersey combinations?

— Dr. Greg House (@DeuceNigalo) December 16, 2012


And even a reference to the movie "The Grey":


Seattle should give Liam Nelson a "Wolf Grey" Seahawks jersey.

— Randy Cruz (@cruzr83) December 16, 2012


However, few tweets can top this one about Matt Flynn. It's not even directly related to the jerseys, but the humor is worth noting:


I just noticed a Seahawks fan wearing a Matt Flynn Jersey. #impulsepurchase

— JP Kaczur (@jpkaczur) December 16, 2012



Do the jerseys actually enhance performance in any way? Perhaps not, but they always stir up good banter from the fans, and we can all enjoy that.