New Jets Uniforms Won’t Matter if Results are the Same
Within moments of former Jets wide receiver Mecole Hardman catching the game winning touchdown last night to give the Chiefs a second consecutive championship, we learned from various Jets social media accounts that there will be new Jets uniforms in 2024. But let’s be honest here. If the results on the field don’t look and different, nobody in their right mind will care. And they shouldn’t. Mired in a 13-year playoff drought, the Jets have come up short for a myriad of reasons over a decade-plus. Poor coaching? Check. Poor talent? Check. Riddled with injuries? Check. One thing we know for sure is that a uniform change won’t have any impact on the NFL Odds as far as the Jets are concerned.
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— New York Jets (@nyjets) February 12, 2024
Yes, team owner Woody Johnson did recently share his frustration with the Jets’ inability to produce victories. But perhaps trying to sell more jerseys just five years after the Jets last uniform reboot, following another sub .500 season wasn’t the best idea?
Win a championship and the fans won’t care if the team does it in street clothes or trash bags. Keep falling flat and the sharpest look in the league won’t mean a thing.