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The 5 Ugliest NFL Throwback Jerseys To Be Worn in 2014

The 5 Ugliest Throwback Jerseys To Be Worn in 2014

Kyle Orton
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During home and away games, NFL teams either wear their home colors or white. There is a special jersey that is worn for certain games. Throwback jerseys have somewhat of a retro style to them and remind us of what the team wore in the past. But some jerseys have us all wondering why they chose that. A prime example is the 2009 Denver Broncos throwbacks. Talk about horror.

Here are the five worst throwback jerseys to be worn in 2014.

5. Washington Redskins

Robert Griffin III
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5. Washington Redskins

Robert Griffin III
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The Washington Redskins could have done so much more with this throwback. Other than the logo on the shoulders, the design is just too plain. Just two colors and no other means of design just makes it look really boring. It might have looked cooler with the arrow on the helmet and the shoulders, but this is just too bland.

4. Buffalo Bills

EJ Manuel
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4. Buffalo Bills

EJ Manuel
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Don't get me wrong, I do not have a problem with the helmet. It actually is the coolest part of this throwback. It is the jersey itself that looks a bit tacky, and it exemplifies laziness too. They just took their white road jerseys and paired them with the home white pants. The stripes on the shoulders don't look that great either.

3. Green Bay Packers

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3. Green Bay Packers

Aaron Rodgers
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When you see the Packers of today, you think the colors green and yellow. This jersey just looks like they took a blue jersey and threw on a Packers yellow with a number. While I do like the retro style look, like Washington's, it is just too plain and to me looks really boring. This is another throwback that could have so much more potential but failed to raise the bar.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Buccaneers Throwback
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2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Buccaneers Throwback
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It remains to be seen if they will be allowed to wear these jerseys due to current safety regulations in the NFL because of the helmet, but these jerseys kind of remind us of an orange creamsicle. While some people have begun to accept it, to me, the bright orange and red that this jersey brings is just too overpowering. And it is a strong reminder to fans about the first 26 games they lost as a franchise.

1. Pittsburgh Steelers

Antonio Brown
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1. Pittsburgh Steelers

Antonio Brown
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When I see these jerseys, I imagine bumblebees. Who in their right mind thought that this jersey was good idea to wear for any team? Not to mention a square for the numbers right in the middle, this could be the worst jersey design that has ever been created. Just watching this team play in those hurts my eyes.