10. 1971 Kansas City Chiefs
The Chiefs haven’t altered their jersey much since moving to Kansas City in 1963. There’s little to complain about with it, and the arrowhead is iconic.
9. 1971 Dallas Cowboys
America’s Team. Of all the uniforms, none are more recognizable both on a national and global scale than the Cowboys.
8. 1965 Buffalo Bills
Buffalo won two championships in the American Football League with this uniform. Frankly, it’s the standing buffalo that sets it apart. Great helmet.
7. 1979 Los Angeles Rams
The blue and gold was always a tremendous look in Los Angeles and later S.t Louis. Moving away from this uniform was a terrible idea that, luckily, has been rectified.
6. 1967 Green Bay Packers
A timeless uniform. The Packers have looked the same since playing under Vince Lombardi in the 1960s, and there’s a reason for that. You don’t mess with perfection.
5. 1969 Chicago Bears
The last of the three Bears appearances on the list. What’s different from the 1985 set? No GSH on the sleeve, but most noticeably, the “C” is still white here.
4. 1980 Oakland Raiders
The Raiders have one of the league’s classic looks. Here, Cliff Branch is headed goalward in the silver and black, embodying the essence of the uniform.
3. 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Creamsicles are always controversial. Some may despise it, but no jersey in NFL history has ever been talked about more. In our opinion? Awesome.
2. 1992 Pittsburgh Steelers
The Steelers have had virtually the same uniform for 50 years, but it was best when the numbers had more of a block look. Rod Woodson wore it quite well.
1. 1965 San Diego Chargers
The classic. How the Chargers ever went away from these beauties remains a sad mystery, but it’s the best look in NFL history.