Saints reveal uniform combo for Week 10 vs. Vikings

The New Orleans Saints made a major announcement regarding their uniform choice for the upcoming game against the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday. They revealed that they will be sporting their white away jerseys alongside black pants. This uniform combination has been particularly successful for the team, with a winning record of 43-28 since 2006.

Interestingly, this is a frequently seen look for the Saints, as they have utilized these uniforms in 71 of their last 300 games, including playoff matches. The only uniform combo that has been used more frequently is the black-on-black ensemble worn in the recent victory over the Chicago Bears, which has been worn in 89 games since 2006.

For those interested, here’s a breakdown of the winning percentages for the various uniform combinations in the Saints’ wardrobe (excluding the controversial gold jerseys used in a loss back in 2003):

– “Black and Gold” throwbacks: .750 (3-1)
– White jerseys, white pants: .706 (12-5)
– White jerseys, black pants: .606 (43-28)
– Black jerseys, gold pants: .600 (24-16)
– White jerseys, gold pants: .597 (37-25)
– Black jerseys, black pants: .584 (52-37)
– “Color Rush” alternates: .563 (9-7)
– Black jerseys, white pants: .000 (0-1)

This news was originally reported by Saints Wire.


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