Trevon Diggs hilariously mocks Giants' hideous throwback uniforms

The Giants' released some gross uniforms and Trevon Diggs let them know about it.
Sep 10, 2023; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA; Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs (7) forces a
Sep 10, 2023; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA; Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs (7) forces a / Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

The Dallas Cowboys have one of the cleanest uniforms in the NFL. They aren't flashy, but each set is appealing to the eye, including their alternatives and throwbacks. The iconic star on the side of the helmet is the exclamation point, and it helps when stars like Trevon Diggs rep the uniform on Sundays to make them pop.

Multiple teams reintroduced throwback uniforms last season. The Eagles wore their Kelly Green uniforms from the 1990s, while the Titans paid homage to the Houston Oilers. The Buccaneers brought back the Creamsicle uniform and throwback helmet that debuted in 1976.

Desperate to get in on the fun, the Giants revealed new throwback uniforms on Thursday in honor of their 100th anniversary. It might be an understatement to call these the ugliest uniforms in NFL history and Trevon Diggs made sure to let the Giants know about it.

Cowboys' Trevon Diggs had perfect reaction to Giants' throwback uniforms

"Eww" is really the only way to describe these throwbacks.

The Giants regrettably chose to mix multiple components of their oldest uniforms. These uniforms are a mixture of their 1933 jersey, 1938 helmets and 1925 pants and socks. There's something to be said about New York honoring the teams and players that came before them for the team's 100th anniversary, but the execution couldn't have been worse.

In all seriousness, how did these get approved? The jersey resembles a rugby polo and players might as well be wearing khakis for pants. Meanwhile, the helmet looks like something out of the United Football League.

Diggs can only hope that the Giants wear these when they play Dallas on Thursday Night Football in Week 4 or on Thanksgiving. The uniforms are begging for Diggs to intercept a Daniel Jones pass and take it back to the house.

Diggs only played in two games last season before he suffered a torn ACL in practice, but he made his presence felt in the Cowboys' blowout win over the Giants in Week 1. He had a vicious hit on Saquon Barkley that resulted in a Daron Bland pick-six and he forced a fumble on Isaiah Hodgins later in the game.

Diggs was also a beast in coverage in his two games. He allowed 26 yards on eight targets and just a 1.0 passer rating to go with three forced turnovers, per Pro Football Focus.

The two-time Pro Bowler is on track to be ready for training camp. If all goes well in the final steps of his rehab, he should be on the field ready to terrorize the Giants, who will hopefully be wearing their repulsive throwbacks.

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