By Garret Heinrich

Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Texans are playing their week 3 game against the New England Patriots in New England. The NFL has dubbed all of their Thursday Night games for the “Color Rush” uniforms, which will see teams wear unitard looks where jersey, pants, and socks are all one color. A lot of the teams are using this opportunity to come up with new jerseys they don’t normally wear.

There was a rumor the Texans might wear Columbia Blue for their color rush, but the nod to the Houston Oilers did not come to fruition.

The Houston Texans did just that with an all deep blue steel look, that still varies from their all deep blue steel look they wear once a year at home.

The look is not the worst one out there for the Color Rush, but there is one problem, the Patriots are wearing navy blue for their color rush uniforms.

So what does that mean for the Texans? They will wear all white, just like they do at home for the first home game of the season. The Texans normally wear white on the road with blue pants.

And thanks to the Texans PR, we get to see that all 32 teams color rush jerseys.

Some of these are awesome, some of them are not so good. The Texans will have to wait until next year to wear theirs.


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