The 2015 season has been an unmitigated disaster for the Baltimore Ravens. So how can it get worse?
Simple – by ruining the team’s slick black, purple, and white color scheme. For today’s game with the Chiefs, the Ravens will be wearing their purple jerseys…with hideous gold pants.
Yes, gold pants. Look at this shit.
Gold pants for today.
I hope the Ravens social media person that used the fire emoji meant “these pants should be burned and never worn or spoken of again” as opposed to “man, those are awesome!”.
Most of the responses were negative, as you’d expect.
@Ravens wait are we wearing those on the field??? Ugly af
— Jason Ferreri (@SmoothRuthless9) December 20, 2015
@Ravens be honest who put you up to this
— dcrising aaron (@tweet_maravich) December 20, 2015
@Ravens fire whoever thought this was a good idea
— Jordan Hoffman (@MattyBoh10) December 20, 2015
@Ravens a season of bad decisions continue.
— Edgar (@TheBmoreLoud) December 20, 2015
@Ravens Why would yall do this shit? We're already a laughing stock
— Isaac (@IDGomez_Austin) December 20, 2015
@Ravens I think you meant to use this emoji
I mean, for as gross-looking at those Jaguars and Rams color rush jerseys were, at least those teams USE GOLD AS A PRIMARY COLOR.
In the forthcoming oral history of the 2015 Baltimore Ravens, I demand a lengthy section on the decision to wear GOLD PANTS.