Where Do These Unofficial Cowboys ‘Color Rush’ Unis Land Among Other Concept Jerseys?

The NFL’s “Color Rush” games last season featured some rather, shall we say, bold uniform combinations. The ketchup and mustard game, better knowns as Tampa Bay vs. St. Louis, was perhaps the boldest of them all. It’s ironic, then, that Dallas’ color rush uniforms were essentially void of color. The all-white unis (pictured above) were a slick look, but not exactly the definition of a “color rush.” Apparently, we’re not the only ones who think that.

Ted Hyman, who works at 247Sports, designed a couple of concept jerseys for the Cowboys more in the spirit of a color rush. Below is an image for an all-blue uniform:

#Cowboys #ColorRush uniform concept. #DallasCowboys #Dallas #CowboysNation

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And a black uniform:

#Cowboys blackout uniform concept. #CowboysNation #DallasCowboys #Dallas

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