The Internet Is No Fan of the Dolphins' New Color Rush Alternate Uniforms

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Twitter was made for roasting the ridiculous. Yesterday, the ridiculous was our little football team's crazy-looking attire. Don't try to stop the memes and jokes. Just ride them out.

The Dolphins debuted their special color rush alternate uniforms Thursday night against the Cincinnati Bengals, and the internet was glad they did. Twitter had a field day. The uniforms seemed to appear lighter and brighter on television. In a certain light, they seemed Creamsicle colored. People noticed — oh, did they. What followed was a plethora of comparisons to all things orange. Here are a few of our favorites. 

As for the game itself, the Dolphins lost 22-7 because they are not good at NFL. They are a football team that is bad at football. You should probably stop wondering if they are good at football because they are not. 

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