You know it's a boring part of the offseason when people start ranking NFL uniforms, but that's exactly where we are today. And on Thursday, ESPN released their yearly uniform rankings via Uni Watch, which had the New York Giants improving three spots from a year ago to No. 12 overall.
12. New York Giants (+3)
The gray pants still feel too drab, and it still makes no sense for a team whose main color is blue to have such a red-centric road uniform (a more detailed argument on this point can be found here). But the white alternate pants are a big improvement. At the very least, let's see those pants rolled out for more games this season. Even better, let's make them the team's primary pants.
The white pants, which Equipment Director Joe Skiba brought back in 2013, have been a nice alternate touch for the Giants and do appear more appropriate for the uniform than their gray pants, though those do still flow with the gray facemasks — not that we have any real style sense here at Giants 101 or anything. Either way, the white pants variation of the uniform is leaps and bounds better than the red blob of an alternate uniform they had previously used (last worn in 2007).Read more... Join the Conversation...