What are the worst Bills jerseys in franchise history?

Feels pretty easy.
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The Buffalo Bills have one of the cleanest jerseys in the league but it hasn't always been that way. During the 2000s, the Bills wore jerseys that weren't very them. That's why it wasn't a shock to see them listed as the Bills' worst jerseys in franchise history.

Christian D'Andrea of For The Win listed every NFL team's worst jersey and he went with the aforementioned 2000s paneled road jerseys.

"Buffalo has some of the NFL’s best uniforms, a gorgeous balance of red, white and blue that pops against the background of a throwback design. In the 2000s, however, they created a jersey that matched the Bills’ play on the field."

Christian D'Andrea

While that write-up felt like an unnecessary shot at how badly the Bills played in the 2000s, it's hard to argue with his pick of the team's worst jersey. As I mentioned in the first paragraph, the Bills have such a crisp, classic jersey and this jersey went away from that. Why? There's the expression "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" and the Bills should have followed that saying before coming up with these jerseys.

Bills 2000s road jerseys take the cake as worst jerseys

Fortunately, the Bills did away with these uniforms in 2011 and returned to the classic Bills uniforms that we all know and love. It feels like an entirely different team when looking back at old photos of the team during that time.

Now, not only do the Bills have one of the sleekest jerseys in the league but they're also a Super Bowl contender too. Best of both worlds.