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DeSean Jackson – Minnesota Vikings
You won't find many of the away games jerseys on this list even though I know they make up 50 percent of the game day uniforms. Most of them are just wimpy excuses for the home game jerseys.
I don't really get that because I would think that a team would want to present with even more ferocity when they are in front of another team's home crowd. But that's just me and no one has asked me to help design anything.
However, I believe that the Minnesota Vikings are on the right track. Both of their home and away game jerseys have style.
I don't know if those gloves come standard with the uniform, but safety Husain Abdullah looks like he could shoot webs out of those things. That might come in handy if they keep Joe Webb as a QB on the team and their O-line doesn't do a better job of protecting him. But that's another story.
Check out the Viking horns on their helmets. Those work much better than the Ram horns on the St. Louis uniforms, in my opinion. Although the upgrade to the Ram's horns are much better than they used to be.
I also much prefer the horns to the blond Viking guy's head that shows up on other parts of their jerseys. It was good of them to down-play that particular part of the logo.
I know there are fierce players, like Casey Matthews of the Green Bay Packers, who can get away with long blond hair and still look mean, but not many can pull that off in the NFL.
Good crisp color scheme on both sides of the home and away game uniforms makes this a jersey any player would be proud to wear, even if they don't care for the color purple.
Remember the Purple People Eaters?
They struck fear in the hearts of many offensive lines.