The Dallas Cowboys’ blue jerseys will make a rare appearance on Sunday, as the team faces the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro. The Cowboys haven’t worn these jerseys since December 27, 2009, a 17-0 road win over the Redskins at FedEx Field.
Of course, the navy jerseys aren’t often seen--and, in fact, they were widely viewed as carrying some sort of curse years ago, but this idea has died out for the most part, as alternate jerseys were introduced and history more or less proved what Tex Schramm thought all along--that there was no curse.
Nonetheless, Dallas remains preferential to the white jersey and aside from their Thanksgiving Day matchup with the Miami Dolphins, in which they’ll wear their throwbacks, it appears hat the first time we see the blues this season will also be the last.
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