For the first time in Washington Commanders franchise history, the team will wear their Black and Bold uniforms when they take on the Dallas Cowboys.
The Commanders will wear their black alternate jersey against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Oct. 2.
The Commanders unveiled brand new jerseys in February when the team kicked off its official rebrand from the Washington Football Team placeholder name. The team debuted white and burgundy uniforms that the Commanders will wear primarily throughout the season.
The uniform features a black jersey and black pants, along with an alternate helmet, which is also black.
According to the team, the Commanders will also wear the Black and Bold uniforms in week 9 against the Minnesota Vikings and week 12 against the Atlanta Falcons.
After back-to-back losses against the Detroit Lions and Philadelphia Eagles, the Washington Commanders are hoping these uniforms provide the spark they need.