The answer: not as bad as I feared.
We had the now-standard assortment of pink towels, gloves, wristbands and even cleats:
Green Bay Packers' Quinten Rollins (24) runs back an interception for a touchdown during the first half an NFL football game against the St. Louis Rams Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015, in Green Bay, Wis. (AP Photo/Matt Ludtke)Pink accessories aside, is there any color combination that looks so good under a bright autumnal sun?
Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers reacts during the first half an NFL football game against the St. Louis Rams Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015, in Green Bay, Wis. (AP Photo/Matt Ludtke)Never mind. Rhetorical question.
While we're at it, here's a closer look at the back of Aaron's helmet.
We have, from left to right, the two-events-in-one pink and gold NFL ribbon, the player identifier, the green "radio equipped helmet" dot and a big honkin' American flag. Too much.
On the field itself, the small black-and-gold NFL logo on the 25-yard line was embellished with a pink ribbon.
I'll be glad when this scheme finally gets stale and the NFL drops it. If they haven't already gone past the point of no return.