Of course you’re interested in knowing my fashionably professional, non-judgmental uninformed football opinion on who will win Super Bowl 2014. The reason you may care is because if I pick the winner and get anywhere near the right final score, you may just say, hey this red head knows a thing or two about predicting a game based solely on the uniforms and the image each coach portrays.
Thanks to Nike, both teams are outfitted with uniforms designed by the brand that JUST DO(ES) IT right all the time!
The Seattle Seahawks uniform is fluorescent, attention getting and says, I’m confident, I’m meant to be here. The bright green on top of the their navy blue (college navy) the color that signifies confidence (e.g., police and fire department uniforms) we trust the color blue and let’s face it, most people look fabulous in blue. Especially in front of the camera.
Seattle Seahawks uniform:
Now look at Coach Pete Carrol. His smile says, “I got this. We got this.” Self assured. (Must be the blue)
The Denver Broncos uniform was also designed by Nike almost 15 years ago and began Nike’s relationship with the NFL. Orange radiates warmth and happiness. Orange also relates to a ‘gut reaction’ or our gut instincts. Orange offers emotional strength in difficult times and to the human eye, orange is a very hot color, so it gives the sensation of heat. I think Denver is on fire (and I’m not referring to the legalization of medical marijuana).
Now lets have a look at Coach:
He’s already won with the hands up. Walking in anywhere with your fists up high says, “I’m a winner and I just won Super Bowl 2014.”
*Final Score: Denver Broncos 31 Seattle Seahawks 24
**Fashionable Final Score: Seattle Seahawks
* (Please note, I have no idea what I’m talking about when it comes to football)
**(Please disregard the above * if I am right. Then I will walk around Manhattan on Monday with my fists up high)