NFL’s Best Dressed of Week 3

This was quite the controversial week for the NFL due to the President’s statements regarding players sitting for the National Anthem. That didn’t change anything for those that wanted to be fashionable, though. 

This week, we’ve narrowed the list down to three.

1. AJ Green, WR: Cincinnati Bengals.

Screen Shot 2017-09-26 at 10.03.34 PMEven though his team can’t seem to muster up a victory this season, AJ Green isn’t slowing down with anything, especially with his fashion.

AJ came to Lambeau Field with patterned threads with a black shirt and black kicks. He combined a simple, modern look with the retro suit and it worked 100 percent.

The Bengals dropped to (0-3) on the season on Sunday, but Green had his usual productive game with 10 receptions for 111 yards and one touchdown.

2. Gerald McCoy, DT: Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Buccaneers didn’t necessarily play their best game on Sunday following their visit to the Minnesota Vikings, but their talented defensive tackle sure came to work dressed to impress.

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Gerald wore a red-based floral jacket, accompanied by a red bowtie and slacks, all styled by Chandra Ferrer.

The former Oklahoma Sooner has always been a bright spot for the Buccs, as he was Sunday, but they couldn’t pull out a victory against the Minnesota Vikings. Despite his two tackles and two assisted, Tampa Bay fell 34-17.

1. Deandre Hopkins, WR: Houston Texans.

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This isn’t his first time Deandre Hopkins made this list. He’s just fresh and this is clearly a lifestyle for him.

How do pull off an edgy biker look and a sophisticated businessman look at the same time? Ask Hopkins. He put together the best look in week three by wearing a YSL leather biker jacket, Tom Ford tie, and monk strap shoes, with Carolina Herrera pants. Then had the nerve to add a Bottega Veneta duffle bag to the mix…just to flex.

Unfortunately, his Texans almost, but couldn’t knock off the New England Patriots at Foxborough, losing 36-33 in a nailbiter. Hopkins finished that game with seven receptions for 76 yards.




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