By now, the NFL season has come and gone.
In its place, a new season has begun, and with it a new team, new team colors, and a new set of uniforms.
In the meantime, we can’t wait to see what the new players look like and what the teams have to say about their new uniforms.
Here are our predictions for the new season and the uniforms they’ll be wearing.
New Teams: Carolina PanthersNew uniforms: Carolina, New Orleans Saints, Atlanta Falcons, New York GiantsNew player: Aaron RodgersNew players to watch: Julio Jones, Marshawn Lynch, Laquon Treadwell, Dez BryantNew players who will be making a big impact: Mike Wallace, Andre Johnson, Dwayne Harris, Greg JenningsNew players on the rise: Dontari Poe, T.J. Jones, Jordan Matthews, Jeremy Maclin, J.
J, Joe Mixon, Corey Coleman, Michael Bennett, Terrance WilliamsNew players with the most upside: Jarvis Landry, Corey Dillon, Brandon Coleman, Davante Adams, Justin Blackmon, Terrell Thomas, Jeremy LangfordNew players whose names are still unknown: Chris Johnson, Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota, Tarell Brown, Zach Mettenberger, Jerraud Powers, Justin Hunter, Michael VickThe Panthers, Saints, and Falcons will wear the old uniforms that have been used for more than three decades.
The only player that will not wear a new uniform is Dez, who was signed to a three-year deal last offseason.
New Orleans will wear a pair of red and blue uniforms, but they will be a little different from what we’ve seen in the past.
They will have an all-blue scheme and will use the same blue and red as the other three teams.
The Falcons have used all-black uniforms for more or less the past two seasons.
The Panthers will be wearing all-white uniforms this year, and the Falcons will be playing their home games at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
New player who will make a difference: DeAndre HopkinsNew players you should watch: Dez Matthews, Josh Gordon, Arian Foster, Odell Beckham Jr., LeSean McCoy, Demaryius Thomas, Tyreek HillNew players the Panthers need to watch closely: Brandin Cooks, Devin Funchess, Kelvin Benjamin, Michael Floyd, Tavon Austin, DeAngelo Williams, Marcus PetersNew players for whom the Panthers are not going to be good enough: Josh Norman, Kenny Stills, Josh McCown, Jordan Reed, DeAndre Goolsby, Tiquan Underwood, Terrelle Pryor, Josh CribbsNew players that will make or break the Panthers for 2017-18: DeSean Jackson, Kenny Britt, Travaris Cadet, Jordan Mills, Jerricho Cotchery, DeSean Davis, Josh Doctson, Chris CarsonNew players I can’t see them wearing: Kelvin Benjamin (new to the Panthers, but he’s a great player), Ryan Mathews, Greg Olsen, Ty Montgomery, Michael Crabtree, Mike Tolbert, Ryan Matheny, Devin Taylor, Brandon LaFell, Jordan CameronNew players we should keep an eye on: DeAngelo Yancey, De’Anthony Thomas, Jordan Phillips, Jordan Hill, Jordan Hicks, Jermaine Kearse, Kenny Vaccaro, Cameron JordanNew players from the Falcons who should be good in 2017-38: Justin Hunter (first year of contract), Roddy White, Austin Hooper, Kenny Hill, Tevin Coleman, Deion Jones, Chris CookNew players coming off a disappointing season: Josh Doctts, Cameron Meredith, Michael Thomas, Mike Evans, Terrence WilliamsNew player we should be keeping an eye out for in 2017: Marcus MariOTA will wear his old uniform and will be working out in New Orleans.
The Saints will also be wearing a black scheme, and that will be an improvement from last year.
But New Orleans won’t be able to use their new red and green uniforms for long.
Atlanta will be the only team that will wear its old uniforms in the new year.
New players worth watching: Jarvis Jones, Kenny Golladay, Jeremy Hill, Kenny Clark, DeShone Kizer, Dede Westbrook, Michael Robinson, Tye SmithNew players in the NFL who will surprise people, but not get enough of an impact: Antonio Gates, Mike Wallace (could be a good replacement for Jordy Nelson, but still needs to be at the level of Dez), Ryan Tannehill, Ryan Nassib, T’Juan HinesNew players looking to make an impact this year: Brandon LaFFell, Ryan Mallett, Josh Johnson, Chris Thompson, Zach Brown, Austin JohnsonNew players hoping to make a mark: Michael Floyd (had a strong rookie season, but that didn’t translate into the same type of impact), Josh Doctt, Mike Adams, De