ITS SUPER BOWL WEEK!!! ...annnndddd we're here with our picks for the best dressed NFL analysts/correspondents/airbags ;) Lets face it: sportscaster dress has come a long way over the past 50+ years. Gone are the "company men" matching correspondents blazers that were all the rage in the late 60's and 70's. The past few years alone have ushered in a more dress-to-impress aesthetic, no doubt influenced by sports leagues and coaches mandating that athletes arrive to and leave games in suits and ties. We applaud this new dawn of the sports guys on TV trying their best to look sharp.
Our first pick: Michael Strahan
This gapped tooth wonder has been crushing the game the past few years, both in notoriety and dapper dress. We're a huge fan of the dark three piece suit, as it really commands immediate attention, especially when the guy wearing it is 6'5" and 275 pounds. Strahan has his own suit line for big guys, but don't even bother: we have fit guys up to 6'6" who are as wide as oak trees and will definitely beat any competitors' price!
Next: Charles Woodson
We here at Heywood & Ringo are huge fans of the ascot and CW has ushered in a new appreciation for them for the masses. Its easy to go overboard with the ascot, and as such, plunge into the realm of "gimmicky" looks. Woodson, though, sells it every single time he's featured on NFL GameDay.
Our last pick: Jesse Palmer
Yes, Palmer is technically a college football analyst, but we're gonna allow it. This guy nails it every. single. time. There is perhaps no other sports correspondent whose suits are tailored and fit more perfectly than Palmer's...and in a world of smashed-up faces, his male model-esque delivery has only helped with attracting more female College GameDay fans to ESPN's world leading product.
If any of these looks have inspired you to get your first custom suit, then we at Heywood & Ringo are here for you 24/7