It could be argued that it doesn't matter what uniform a team wears. A jersey comprised of a hideous combination of colors is a pretty distant second to competitive spirit, in determining whether or not a team will win.
Bill Parcells, for one, would surely disagree. The legendary coach instituted uniform changes for the New England Patriots and the New York Jets. This thinking was no doubt based upon the idea that a new culture requires a new image. Parcells wanted uniforms that made his teams look tougher, lending weight to the idea that 'perception is reality.'
Mike Shanahan did the same thing with the Denver Broncos and did anyone ever really take the Tampa Bay Buccaneers seriously before they unleashed 'pewter power?' If fans find it difficult to stomach the site of their own team's jerseys, imagine how the players must feel wearing them?
Ultimately, a team's talent level will determine its wins and losses. Some franchises have regularly made the playoffs wearing some truly awful uniforms. Here are nine NFL jerseys that in an ideal world, will never be allowed to see the light of day again.