While most other teams are just moving their existing uniform designs to Nike’s new template, the Lions are the one NFL club with a completely new uniform design this season. It’s not perfect (putting the team name in the sleeve stripe doesn’t work at all), but it’s definitely an upgrade over their previous set, particularly with the return of the blue road pants and the removal — finally! — of all the extraneous black trim.
Incidentally, the Bengals usually post their jersey schedule on their website, but they haven’t yet updated the information for 2017. Keep an eye on this page; they’ll likely add this season’s info soon.
The Steelers will add a memorial patch for former owner Dan Rooney, who died this summer. They did not wear the patch during the preseason, but it will be added for the season opener against the Browns on Sept. 10 (additional info here).
Flywire supposedly makes the collar area stronger or some such, but it’s really a Nike branding element — a way for Nike to say, “Hey, don’t forget that we made this jersey.” It Cheap San Francisco Giants Jerseys has never been a mandatory uniform element, but 23 of the league’s 32 teams began using it in 2012, and 22 of them were still using it last season.
This year, however, teams can upgrade from Nike’s Elite 51 Cheap Team Baseball Jerseys uniform template to the Vapor Untouchable template (yes, the names are ridiculous, but try to ignore them), and most have done so. The good news is that the new template is Flywire-free; the bad news is that the new collar has its own mildly annoying Nike branding element: a little triangular badge at the base of the neckline. But that looks way, way better than the Flywire.