Survey: Arizona Cardinals’ uniforms rank 6th-best in NFL
A loud portion of Arizona Cardinals fans want to see their team suit up in a refreshed set of uniforms.
While owner Michael Bidwill suggested this year that a changeup could be on the horizon, there is apparently another group of NFL fans who dig Arizona’s current jerseys.
According to an Offers.Bet survey of more than 1,000 NFL fans, the Cardinals currently have the sixth-best uniforms in the league.
In order of first- to fifth-best, they rank behind the Carolina Panthers, Cincinnati Bengals, Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers.
The 1,110 Americans surveyed were 48% female, 52% male and had an average age of 38.
Arizona’s NFC West peers in the Seattle Seahawks and Los Angeles Rams rank 28th and 29th in the survey, respectively.
The Cleveland Browns come in with the worst-rated uniforms, just ahead of the newly rebranded Washington Commanders in 31st and Jacksonville Jaguars in 30th.
As for the Cardinals, their jerseys have not been altered much in recent memory.
While the team has worn color-rush alternatives in recent years, the red and white primary jerseys received their last major redesign in 2005. They were altered slightly when the NFL changed outfitters, going away from Reebok and to Nike in 2012.
Of what could be changed looking ahead, Bidwill told Arizona Sports’ Bickley & Marotta in February that the franchise was looking into a redesign.
“We look at all these things. You probably know, these things, there’s a timeline for them. It takes time,” Bidwill said. “Among the array of things we look at around the team, it’s on the radar.
“We’re going to honor tradition at the same time. It’s part of the array of things we look at. It’s on the radar screen.”