The Color Rush uniforms will make their 2016 debut on Thursday, when the Bills host the Jets, and it will be the first of 15 games that, according to Nike, feature "a full head-to-toe monochromatic look ... that draws inspiration from both current and historic uniform schemes - celebrating the hallmarks of each club's distinctive identity."

But enough with the chitchat -- here's a sampling of what the uniforms look like:

Here's what your favorite team will be wearing for its Color Rush game. via Nike

More from Nike:

One hundred percent of the NFL's proceeds from the sale of Color Rush jerseys will go directly to the NFL Foundation to fund health, safety and wellness programs for youth around the country. The NFL Foundation is the league's non-profit organization, representing all 32 clubs, and funds grants to support athletes, youth football and the communities that support the game. The first $500,000 raised from this initiative will be earmarked to replace youth and high school football equipment and fields lost in last month's devastating floods in Louisiana.

An quick glance at Twitter seems to indicate that the Seahawks' action green is a favorite...

... Though not everybody loves them.

Meanwhile ... don't worry, red-green color-blind friends -- you'll be able to watch the Jets and Bills in all their boring gloriousness. A season ago, this happened, but the NFL planned ahead this time. Instead of Green vs. Red, the Jets will wear ... white.

"We did test the jerseys this summer on field and on television," the NFL said last year, after the first Jets-Bills Color Rush get-together. "The standard television test did not account for color blindness for fans at home that became apparent last night. We will enhance our testing to include a color blindness analysis to better address this issue in the future."

Finally, a friendly reminder that while the Redskins, like the 31 other teams, have new Color Rush uniforms, they won't be wearing them in 2016.

AFC Color Rush


NFC Color Rush