Ranking the 2020 New NFL Uniforms From Best to Worst

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The NFL has led the charge as it pertains to providing fans with content amid the coronavirus pandemic. From free agency, offseason trades and the Draft, there really hasn't been much of a shortage of news to digest.

An underrated compartment of that cycle was the launch of new uniforms, which seven teams participated in. As is often the case, some threads were eviscerated on social media, while others received glowing reviews from fans.

The Los Angeles Rams were the final team to unveil their new design, and in light of that, we've taken the initiative to rank the new uniforms from best to worst.

7. Atlanta Falcons

The Falcons had such a beautiful set of colors to work with, and they profoundly fumbled these new designs. Seriously, what the heck is that white top-red bottom look? Atlanta would have been better off rolling with the same old. Keep 'The Longest Yard' jokes coming, folks. We hate to come down on the Falcons, but my word, are these ugly.

6. Los Angeles Rams

At first, the Rams' uniform reveal wasn't as disparaged as their logo. Then, however, fans caught a glimpse of what it looked like in real life, and it was all downhill. The all-blue thread is sharp looking and those helmets are pretty sick. However, the digits and all-white coloration are difficult to stomach. Los Angeles better hope that its play improves in 2020, because football fans won't be tuning in to admire the team's new uniforms.

5. Indianapolis Colts

Like the Patriots, most squads are better off making minor tweaks than messing with a classic, and that's precisely what the Colts did this offseason. You can't go wrong with the blue and white complexion and Indianapolis was smart not to make major changes. That was enough for the franchise to land at No. 5 on this list.

4. New England Patriots

The Patriots made a change for the first time in a while, and they didn't really do much. However, it's normally better to slightly tinker with a classic than to undergo a full alteration. Though Brady won't be under center, New England stuck to its strengths and it will once again be one of the best-dressed teams in the NFL.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The addition of Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski would have helped to mask a botched reveal, but the Buccaneers hit the nail right on the head with their new uniforms. A new trio of complexions to kickstart a new era of winning? We approve this message. Tampa Bay will be dressed to the nines in 2020.

2. Cleveland Browns

We seriously hope that the Browns do right by these stunning new uniforms and play playoff-caliber football in 2020. With an offseason spent upgrading an already-talented roster, that's definitely in the realm of possibility. There's nothing wrong with Cleveland landing at No. 2 here. Nobody stood a chance against the Chargers.

1. Los Angeles Chargers

There's no need to overthink this. The Chargers' uniforms are the best in the NFL and they (somehow) added to their collection of beauties with six new color schemes, all of which would be in the running for the best in the league. Los Angeles was wise to heavily incorporate the beloved powder blue shade, and those gold pants are actually more appealing than we thought they'd be. Don't sleep on the white and darker blue assortments, either. 10s across the board for the Chargers.