Pass or Fail: The Tennessee Titans new uniforms, with a much different helmet

Shutdown Corner

The Tennessee Titans’ new jerseys, as we saw when they were leaked on the internet earlier this week, are different … just not that much different.

But when you combine the new jerseys with a bold new dark helmet? It’s a pretty sharp look.

The Titans, who haven’t had a major uniform renovation since they changed from the Oilers to the Titans in 1999, refreshed their uniforms. They unveiled them during a big party in Nashville on Wednesday night that included a concert from Florida Georgia Line.

And you have to start with the new helmet, which went from a fairly bland white to a pretty striking dark blue.

The Titans new helmet (Twitter.com/Titans)
The Titans new helmet (Twitter.com/Titans)


While it’s not the most drastic uniform change, the new helmet look makes the kit as a whole look a lot different.



The jerseys aren’t drastically different, but there are some changes. The numbers are a different style. The shoulders have a different color, and the Titans logo on the sleeve is gone. You’d probably notice a difference, but it’s not exactly like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers switching from the creamsicle orange uniforms to the pewter look.

But the subtle uniform changes, along with a much different helmet makes for a much better look in Tennessee.

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Frank Schwab is a writer for Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at shutdown.corner@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter!

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