November is in full swing, which means so are the thrilling NFL storylines as we enter the second half of the season.
How will the Carolina Panthers look with quarterback Cam Newton back with the team? Who will stand out in the AFC West, which has two 5-3 teams and two 5-4 teams? Can the Buffalo Bills bounce back after a bizarre loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars? What will Odell Beckham Jr.'s debut with the Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football be like?
Outside of the on-the-field fun, players are showing up in their fall finest. Some are even breaking out their winter wear -- or hey, lack thereof.
It's snowing in Indianapolis, and even though the roof will be closed for the Colts' game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, players still have to figure out what to wear on their way. Some are not as tolerant of the cold as others.
Even though the tarp came off and the snow stopped, it was snowy all morning at Lambeau Field for the Green Bay Packers' game against the Seattle Seahawks. Teams dressed accordingly.
The two ways to dress for snow. 🧥 pic.twitter.com/CMieV4xDvP— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) November 14, 2021
Snow day fits 🤝#GoHawks x #SEAvsGB pic.twitter.com/GSCPcmq0vt— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) November 14, 2021
Washington boasts a handful of championship teams. The Washington Capitals and the Washington Mystics got some pregame love before the Washington Football Team's home game against the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
#ALLCAPS x #TogetherDC pic.twitter.com/kbxZR4Jsjl— Washington Football Team (@WashingtonNFL) November 14, 2021
It's the vintage fashion for us. New York Jets tight end Kenny Yeboah broke out a vintage varsity jacket ahead of an important AFC East matchup against the Buffalo Bills.
.@Kenny_Yeboah84's jacket 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/xj4nFVEX8a— New York Jets (@nyjets) November 14, 2021
New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan arrived in one of the swaggiest suits of the 2021 season. There are no words to properly describe how fun this green getup is.
😀 @camjordan94 pic.twitter.com/yCCcc0dVkY— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) November 14, 2021
The Buffalo Bills' Stefon Diggs is rocking cleats that pay homage to Desus and Mero, hosts of a popular Showtime late-night talk show. We'll see if the award-winning duo will provide good luck for the wide receiver against the New York Jets' defense.
It's all in the details. 👌#BUFvsNYJ | #BillsMafia pic.twitter.com/37Xz5OywP2— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) November 14, 2021
Every single outfit worn by the Dallas Cowboys ahead of their game against the Atlanta Falcons is the definition of goals. That's all you need to know.
Clockin' in ⏱#ATLvsDAL | #DallasCowboys pic.twitter.com/7PyvCnCbqF— Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) November 14, 2021
Honoring NBA legends
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson had to pay homage to The King. Jefferson rocked a vintage LeBron James shirt with pictures of the NBA superstar's time at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio.
King 👑 pic.twitter.com/wsJBhm56qb— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) November 14, 2021
And in Philadelphia, Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts arrived pregame wearing a Kobe Bryant Lower Merion High School letterman's jacket.
It's the jacket for us.@JalenHurts | #PHIvsDEN pic.twitter.com/jDJGXJcA7y— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) November 14, 2021
A salute to veterans
In honor of Veterans Day, the Carolina Panthers warmed up in their camo. Gear sold through the NFL's "Salute to Service" campaign raises money for the league's military nonprofit partners.
camo vibes pic.twitter.com/VyclkcRGqF— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) November 14, 2021
Arizona Cardinals linebacker Chandler Jones wore cleats to honor the late Pat Tillman and the Pat Tillman Fund. His Cardinals teammate J.J. Watt also showed up to the game wearing Tillman's jersey.
Chan's cleats honoring Pat Tillman for today's #SaluteToService game. pic.twitter.com/LEFkkh7MhU— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) November 14, 2021
To err on the side of passion is human and right and the only way I'll live.— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) November 14, 2021
- Pat Tillman pic.twitter.com/puWuBCsgR2