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Nike Unveiled the Dallas Cowboys' New Uniforms Yesterday. They Look ... Swooshier.

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Nike took over the NFL's league-wide uniform contract from Reebok this season, and today the company unveiled its new uniform designs. You know what that means. New unis for the Cowboys. Awesome, right? It's going to go down exactly like Mighty Ducks 2, and the new uniforms are going to give the Cowboys more heart and Romo will start winning when it matters, and it's all going to be incredible. Right?

Nah. Turns out the new Cowboys uniforms look exactly like the old Cowboys uniforms. But don't blame Nike; the company can't just force a team to change its look. So, like everything else, let's just blame Jerry Jones. More photos below.

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