Normally, the "Thursday Night Football" game is hard to watch because teams have shorter weeks to prepare for their opponents after recovering from a game played just four days earlier, and the matchups can often leave much to be desired.
This week, there was a new problem: To many colorblind viewers, it looked like everyone was wearing the same uniform.
Is No. 25 Buffalo running back LeSean McCoy or New York safety Calvin Pryor?
"As many as 8 percent of men and 0.5 percent of women with Northern European ancestry have the common form of red-green color blindness," according to the National Eye Institute.
NFL spokesperson Brian McCarthy told the Buffalo News the league tested the uniforms, but overlooked their impact on colorblind viewers at home.
""We will enhance our testing to include color blindness analysis to better address this issue in the future," McCarthy said.
If it was hard watching the game, imagine being a player affected by colorblindness like former kicker Lawrence Tynes.
The monochrome uniforms worn by the Jets and Bills are a part of Nike's "Color Rush" campaign and will be seen on the field three more times this season.
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