We can't believe we are already in Week 10 of the NFL Season. Pregame Fits continues to have you covered with the best cleats we saw on the field this past weekend, as well as our favorite and least favorite fits from players across the league. We saw a tribute pair of cleats we had to include and maybe two of the worst fits we have seen so far this year. Also there is a 9-0 team we finally had to talk about.
Lets get in to it!
Adam Thielen custom Alex Trebek Adidas
With the recent tragic news of Jeopardy Host Alex Trebek's passing, Adam Thielen paid his respect with these custom cleats Monday night. Legendary custom artist Mache laced up Thielen with these Adidas that feature a portrait of Trebek, along with "We will miss you Alex" as the answer to Final Jeopardy. This is a classy act from a classy player. Thielen went on to have a big game scoring two touchdowns as the Minnesota Vikings beat the Chicago Bears 19-13.
Jalen Mills custom Jordan 14's
The Jordan 14 continues to be seen on players around the league. This time we have a custom green pair done by one of our favorites, Kotakustoms. Jalen Mills rocked these Sunday and they looked fire on the field as they were paired with the Eagles uniform color combination. The Jordan 14 came out of no where along with the Jordan 10 as some of the most common cleats around the league this season. We aren't complaining! The Philadelphia Eagles fell to the New York Giants 27-17 as that NFC East division remains wide open.
Week 10 Winners
One of our favorite players from year 1 of Pregame Fits finally makes his year 2 debut. Kevin Byard is no stranger to fire Pregame Fits! In Week 10 he finally pulls through to be part of this weeks Winners Section. The Monogram Louis Vuitton gradient button up paired with the classic Rookie of the Year Jordan 1's. This outfit is just a clean look! The Rookie of the Year Jordan 1 seems to always be a forgotten about pair and we have no idea why. Byard lead the team in tackles Thursday night as the Tennessee Titans lost to the Indianapolis Colts 34-17.
Marquez Valdes-Scantling is back in the Pregame Fits Winners section for a 2nd time this year. The Packers wide receiver keeps his foot on the gas every week when it comes to his Pregame Fit. This week he pulled out the OVO puffer vest, Louis Vuitton cross body and laced up the Travis Scott 1 Lows. This is a shoe we are surprised we have not seen more of this year. But MVS pulls off yet another fire look. Valdes-Scantling had another big game on the field going for 149 yards and a touchdown as the Green Bay Packers defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-20.
Week 10 Losers
It took until Week 10, but we knew Cam Newton couldn't help himself from being in the Pregame Fits Losers section. We have seen some terrible fits from Cam over the past few seasons, but this one has to rank right up near the top. I mean lets just call it how we see it, the hat from the monkey in Aladdin has to go! This could have kept him out of the Losers section but he just had to throw on the hat and gold spiked Louboutin's. Surprisingly though Cam was a winner on the field as the New England Patriots beat the Baltimore Ravens 23-17. I think it's safe to say this won't be the last we see of Cam when it comes to outlandish Fits this season.
Not to jump the gun, but this might be the worst Pregame Fit of the year. Let us get out in front of it and be clear, we love the USA, Freedom, and Stars and Bars. We can't stand this fit though! Chargers offensive lineman Dan Feeney really went there with this one. The cut-off Walmart tee, the sweat pants and the dirty Nike Trainers. This whole Fit is trash! We have seen some bad Fits this year, but this one stands out for all the wrong reasons. The Los Angeles Chargers were losers on the field as well as they fell to the Miami Dolphins 29-21.
Week 10 Highlight
Easiest way to be in the Pregame Fits Highlight section? Start the season 9-0. It's about time we start talking about the Pittsburgh Steelers and their undefeated record. We have enjoyed their fly to the ball defense and the play of their future hall of fame QB. But our favorite part of this team has to be their young and talented wide receiver core. JuJu Smith-Schuster, Chase Claypool, and James Washington have an average age of just 23 years old and they are lighting up the NFL this year. From their play on the field, to their endzone celebrations and Pregame Fits, everything is working for them this year. This team is going to be a problem come playoff time and these three receivers will be a big part of it.