Hope everyone had a nice holiday season. Pregame Fits is back to cover the last week of the regular season in the NFL. Not to worry though, we have something up our sleeves to make sure we are locked in to the pregame tunnels for the playoffs. Week 17 had plenty of meaningful games with playoff implications and most of these games did not disappoint. The Pregame Fits did not disappoint either as this was one of the toughest weeks to pick our winners.
Lets get in to it!
Odell Beckham Jr Nike Air Foamposite
Odell had to go out in style this season, and he did just that with these gold Nike Foamposite cleats. This season wasn't nearly as much of a success as OBJ thought it was going to be. But I think it's safe to say it was his best year Pregame Cleats wise. Odell found the endzone Sunday against the Bengals with 3 catches for 81 yards. But the Browns lost again 33-23 giving Cincinnati just their 2nd win of the season. We will see how this off season shakes up for Cleveland and Odell.
Marshawn Lynch Mache Nike Customs
World known custom sneaker designer Mache finally makes his comeback to Pregame Fits. With Beastmode's return on Sunday Night Football, Mache hooked up Marshawn with these "unfinished business" custom Nike's. The gold bottom really set these off along with the Seahawk colorway throughout. Marshawn ended with just 34 yards but found the endzone in their loss to the San Francisco 49ers. We are excited to see Beastmode's impact with the Seahawks going in to the playoffs.
Cam Jordan Happy Near Year Jordan 1 Customs
Jordan Custom Kicks is a new custom artist on the scene and his work is fire! He was able to hook up Cam Jordan with the custom Jordan 1's paying homage to the famous Home Alone quote "and a happy New Year". These also included the picture of the gentleman from the old school movie Kevin is watching. The Saint colorway is always a part of Cam Jordan's custom cleat game this year and we appreciate it. The New Orleans Saints went on to route the Panthers 42-10. They are looking like a dangerous contender for the Super Bowl this year.
Week 17 Winners
Christian McCaffrey was low key one of our favorite Pregame Fits players this year. He was versatile in his outfits. Whether it was a street look or all business he always stayed clean. For Week 17 it was no different. McCaffrey sported the pinstriped pants with the matching bomber jacket and custom Off-White shoes. McCaffrey also became just the 3rd player in NFL history to have 1,000 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards in a single season!
Jahleel Addae waits until the last week of the regular season to make his debut on Pregame Fits. This was the easiest decision of the week and a real no brainer. The old school Houston Texans letterman is absolutely ridiculous. And then he took it even a step further and broke out the Nike Air Fear Of God 1's. The Fendi backpack is just an extra little piece to the Fit. Hats of to you Jahleel Addae, and good luck in the playoffs as the Houston Texans take on the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Wild Card game.
Week 17 Losers
We have said it plenty of times this season, Pregame Fits does not pick on special teams players. But this outfit by Eddie Pineiro made us laugh too hard to not mention it. Eddie Money looking like a substitute teacher walking the hallways. The comb over haircut and the dockers are a pairing you see in high schools around the country. The only thing that is almost saving him is the Louis V duffle. The Bears season ends with victory over the Minnesota Vikings as they finish with an 8-8 record. Eddie Money we still got love for you.
Week 17 Highlight
The 30 for 30 we all wanted to see. Jameis Winston completed the near impossible feat Sunday during the Bucs game against the Atlanta Falcons. With the game going to overtime this gave one final shot for the 30th interception of Jameis' season, and he did not disappoint. He even made it better by throwing a pick 6 to end the game and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers season. The Bucs ended the season and 7-9, and Jameis ended up leading the league in both passing yards and interceptions! Jameis is a free agent and will be looking for a massive contract. Will the Bucs be the one to give it to him? Will he get a franchise tag? Will he be a QB somewhere else? We will have to wait and see. For now lets just appreciate the roller coaster of a season he had, because this really may never happen again.