It's flat-out random, like, I don't know, bragging that your state has the highest percentage of its workforce in tourism (I see you, Nevada).
This one hits close to home—full disclosure: I attended UMD for two years—but honesty is the best policy.
The best uniforms can also be some of the league's most basic and simple.
Notre Dame's helmets have NO LOGO and are still considered among the best in football history—NFL included.
But now they've become more about peacocking and posturing, an attempt to trend on social media no matter the cost to the viewers' eyes.
The black and orange combination not only reminds me of my favorite holiday, Halloween, but it is an intimidating combination.
The bright orange and slick black would intimidate any opponent.
However, it was also disappointing to many Wolverine fans because Michigan is one of the few Division I college football teams sponsored by Adidas and not Nike.
The spread of this image led to a bigger debate of who has better jerseys: Nike or Adidas?
Traditionalists love uniforms of classic teams like the Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears, New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers. In 2012, Nike became the official outfitter of the NFL.
A few teams have updated their uniforms since then.
A couple of years ago, there was an image circulating the internet of football jerseys for the University of Michigan, supposedly designed by Nike.
With a sweet design involving the outline of the state on predominantly white jerseys with navy blue and maize yellow mixed in, this jersey was an instant hit online.
If so, it's going to be on this definitive ranking of the top football jerseys.