The Jets and Bills squared off on Thursday night, much to the chagrin of people who are colorblind.

The Jets wore all green uniforms, while the Bills sports an all-red ensemble. The visual monstrosity that ensued set Twitter aflutter with colorblind people complaining.

The decision to do away with the tradition of one team wearing white and one wearing color was made as part of the NFL's marketing campaign with Nike. Each team is expected to wear those "color rush" uniforms next season, which will mostly be worn during Thursday night games, which means a Packers-Vikings tilt may boil your retinas.

In case you missed the Jets-Bills game, here are some other shots to give you an idea what the fuss was all about. A word of warning: you may want to put on some sunglasses to prevent your eyeballs from going into shock.

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