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NFL Week 9: JuJu, Allen, Burrow show off Sunday pregame fits

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Daylight saving time? Over. Spooky season? A thing of the past. As we embark on the second half of the NFL season, players are dressing in varying degrees of fall attire for Week 9.

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow embraced sweater weather as the Bengals returned home to "The Jungle" to take on the Carolina Panthers. Meanwhile, Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen acclimated to the uncharacteristically mild temperatures at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey (predicted to be 75 degrees at game time) with a short-sleeved ensemble.

Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa opted for a black bomber jacket over a bright shirt -- paired with a camo hat and sunglasses -- for his Chicago business trip.

In other quarterback news, Green Bay Packers star Aaron Rodgers went black on black with a beanie, sunglasses and cutoff sweatshirt (Bill Belichick vibes) over a long-sleeved shirt, while the New York Jets' Zach Wilson kept it classic with a Henley top.

Kansas City Chiefs WR JuJu Smith-Schuster appeared to be ready for the slopes before taking on the Tennessee Titans.

From QBs to DTs, here's what the stars were rocking ahead of Week 9's action:

Primetime fits

Late-game looks

Easy like Sunday morning