Saints go with ‘Color Rush’ alternates for Christmas Day game vs. Vikings
The New Orleans Saints unveiled their week 16 uniform combination on Wednesday, announcing that they will be wearing their "Color Rush" alternatives on Christmas Day against the Minnesota Vikings.
With the exception of special permission from the NFL office, teams are only allowed to wear alternative uniforms three times per season. So, it's the third and final time the Saints have used the iconic jersey-pants pairing in 2020 after breaking it out in prime. Time games with the Las Vegas Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
For the superstitious fans out there, the Saints are 1-1 while wearing Color Rush jerseys this season, and 7-3 for a profit share of 0.700. This is the second highest rate in the Sean Payton era, dating back to when he was hired in 2006. See how it shakes off for yourself:
White jerseys, white shorts: 6-2 (.750)
"Color Rush" changes: 7-3 (.700)
"Black and Gold" setbacks: 2-1 (.667)
Black jerseys, gold pants: 23-13 (.639)
White jerseys, black shorts: 41-25 (.621)
Black jerseys, black shorts: 45-29 (.608)
White jerseys, gold pants: 31-24 (.564)
The Saints appoint WR Marquez Callaway to return from the injured reserve
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