“Color Rush” Confusion on Thursday Night Football: Top 10 Sports


Your 10 most watched-programs of the week on Slingbox, sports edition, were as follows. Check after the list for a few quick thoughts on this week’s most-watched sports:

1. SportsCenter
2. NFL: Cardinals vs. Seahawks
3. NFL: Texas at Bengals
4. NFL: Bills at Jets
5. NFL: Patriots at Giants
6. NFL: Chiefs at Broncos
7. NFL: Cowboys at Buccaneers
8. NFL: Browns at Steelers
9. CFB: Oklahoma at Baylor
10. CFB: Alabama at Mississippi

Last week’s Thursday night NFL matchup between the Buffalo Bills and the New York Jets, number four on our list, made headlines due to a unique spectating struggle. Both teams wore monochromatic uniforms as part of the “Color Rush” NFL campaign launched by Nike. With the Bills wearing red and the Jets in green, colorblind NFL fans had a hard time differentiating between the two teams.

Approximately 10 million Americans suffer from some form of color blindness, and red-green color blindness is the most common type. The condition is also more prevalent in men than women.

The campaign is running for four Thursday night games and was created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first NFL game broadcast in color, which aired on Thanksgiving Day in 1965. After the backlash, the NFL released a statement saying they will take color blindness into account for future games.

You can catch the rest of the “color rush” matchups with your Slingbox Thursday nights on NFL Network.

We’ll be back next week with more top 10 lists.

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One comment on ““Color Rush” Confusion on Thursday Night Football: Top 10 Sports

  1. Maribel says:

    L Terminado: Es el estado adquirido por el contrato
    cuando la Unidad Compradora realiza alguna de las siguientes acciones:
    dar por terminado el contrato de manera anticipada, cancelar rescindir
    el mismo antes de la fecha de expiración.

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