The Jacksonville Jaguars will be back in the same uniform they wore on their last trip to Arrowhead Stadium when they travel to play the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday.
The team announced Wednesday that it’ll be in white jerseys with black pants for the Divisional Round contest.
The only slight change is that the Jaguars had black socks during their Week 10 loss to the Chiefs.
Kansas City wore red jerseys with white pants in that November contest and will presumably wear the same at home on Saturday.
White jerseys with black pants has been a staple for the Jaguars for road postseason games, including both of the team’s playoff games in January 2018 and both games in January 2008.
In addition to the 27-17 loss to the Chiefs, the Jaguars also wore the white-over-black combo in both games against the Indianapolis Colts.
Kickoff on Saturday is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. ET with a chance of snow flurries in the weather forecast.