Buffalo Bills announce their uniform combination for Week 18

Devin Singletary, Buffalo Bills (Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports)
Devin Singletary, Buffalo Bills (Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports) /

The Buffalo Bills will be playing their final game of the regular season on Sunday in Highmark Stadium against the New York Jets. While it is the final regular season game, it is the first time Buffalo will ever play a 17th regular season game, with the extra game being added for the first time this year after 43 years of 16 game schedules.

When they take the field on Sunday, they will be wearing one of their primary uniform combinations, with the blue jersey and white pants. This is the second week in a row as they wore this combination last week against the Atlanta Falcons, a game they won 29-15.

Sixth time this year the Buffalo Bills have worn this combination

When the Buffalo Bills take the field on Sunday, this will be the seventh time they have worn this uniform, according to The Gridiron Uniform Database. They have worn it six times at home, starting in Week 3 against the Washington Football Team, and wore it again the following week against the Houston Texans.


Before the Falcons game last week, the Bills would wear this combination in Week 11 against the Indianapolis Colts as well as in Week 13 on Monday Night Football against the New England Patriots. The only time they have worn it on the road was actually the first time they wore it all season back in Week 2 when they traveled to Miami to play the Dolphins.

The Buffalo Bills have been rather successful with this uniform combination and have a 4-2 record with the two losses being against the Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots.

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In fact, they have outscored their opponents in those six games by 81 points, and the only two times they have shut out their opponents have been with these uniforms (Week 2 against the Dolphins, Week 4 against the Texans). Hopefully, this is a sign of things to come and the Buffalo Bills will be celebrating their second straight AFC East division title.