Falcons teased this as next year's NFL color rush uniform. This year's version is MIA.
Photo: NFL
Photo: NFL

What will Falcons wear in color rush game?

The NFL debuted this year's color rush uniforms in Week 6 game between the Denver Broncos and San Diego Chargers.

The Falcons won't don their monochrome look until Week 9, Thursday, Nov. 3, against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Bucs have opted to wear red uniforms, again. The team wore all-red in what was colorfully called a "ketchup vs. mustard" matchup against the then-St. Louis Rams last season.

Buccaneers' color rush uniforms.
Photo: NFL

So what will color will the Falcons wear? It was believed it would be red.

The team teased the red look in a league-wide announcement made in September.

They were quick to point that this year's scheme would however, be more in line with their road whites.

But just what these white uniforms look like is a closely guarded secret. The NFL store only features the red jersey.

Falcons red color rush jersey is on sale in the NFL store.
Photo: NFL

What color do you think the Falcons should wear?

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