Nike unveiled its 2016-2017 color rush jerseys and the NFL will do the colorblind a favor and not match up red and green colored teams on Thursdays.

This Thursday, the Bills will be wearing all red and the Jets will be wear white.

In addition to the color match ups, some teams will wear all-white uniforms so the 10 million Americans that are colorblind can enjoy the game on television.  Last year, only eight teams used Color Rush jerseys.

Six teams (Green Bay Packers, Dallas Cowboys, Cincinnati Bengals, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders and New Orleans Saints) all chose white for their primary Color Rush jersey.

Unfortunately, the Detroit Lions, Washington Redskins and Indianapolis Colts will not participate this year because Thanksgiving Day games aren't part of Color Rush. For Detroit fans, their Color Rush jersey is similar to their black jerseys they starting wearing in 2003.