The Seattle Seahawks are set to turn bright under the prime time lights versus the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night.
According to the team's social media accounts, the Seahawks will be busting out their alternate action green uniforms for their upcoming Week 14 contest against the Vikings.
The NFL moved on from "Color Rush" games this year, but most teams have still sported their colorful alternates at least once this season. After Seattle didn't wear their bright green threads on Thursday Night Football against Green Bay two weeks ago, it looked like the team may retire the uniform set.
But heading into a huge prime time battle with major playoff implications, the Seahawks will look to move to 3-0 while sporting the bright uniforms. Seattle beat Los Angeles at home two years ago and then beat Arizona on the road in Week 9 last season, though with Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor suffering devastating injuries, that's a game most fans want to forget about.
Do you like the action green color rush uniforms? And if not, what would you propose the team wear for a new alternate uniform in the future? (Hint: Bobby Wagner would like to see a black set...)