After the NFL’s week five, things are a tad bit unusual. The NFC East is in disarray, with it’s two Super Bowl contenders at the bottom of the division. The Patriots are (3-2) and the Kansas City Chiefs are the best team in football at (5-0). Nothing is familiar, except the player’s fashion. There’s guaranteed to be a few extravagant outfits that really stick out in a positive way.
Here are the top three outfits from week five.
3. Blair Walsh, K: Seattle Seahawks.
Blair Walsh isn’t known for his fashion sense like he’s known for his game-winning kicks, but his week five fit really opened our eyes and that’s why he made the list. His sophisticated and slick threads made for an extremely dapper, classic look.
I guess you can say his fit matched he and his position. Walsh finished Sunday’s game with three field goals, including his season-long of 49 yards. his Seahawks also got a win over the Los Angeles Rams 16-10.
2. Cam Newton, QB: Carolina Panthers.
Cam Newton is finally back in familiar territory. He played football, dressed nicely and didn’t say anything controversial statements that would infuriate the whole country. Instead, he wore quite the suit and won us over with his hat, custom made by Alberto Hernandez.
Newton completed 26-of-33 passes for 355 yards and three touchdowns. On top of that, his team knocked off a pretty hot Detroit Lions team 27-24 to improve his team’s record to (4-1) on the season.
1. DeAndre Hopkins, WR: Houston Texans.
This is becoming extremely repetitive, but for the third week in a row, DeAndre Hopkins had the most impressive fit of the week in the NFL’s week five. Not because he had the most dapper look, but his creativity week-in and week-out overshadows all of that.
We’ve seen various, different looks from Hopkins throughout this young season and this week just added to the list. The yellow sweater he wore went perfectly with his Uma Wang stripped trousers and Valentino ‘Garavani’ Flycrew sneakers.
Unfortunately for him, his team dropped a game to the (5-0) Kansas City Chiefs 42-34 in what was a very hard-fought game. Hopkins only had 4 receptions for 52 yards but had three touchdowns, which made fantasy team owners jump for joy.