NFL Week 18: Tua Tagovailoa, Stefon Diggs lead Sunday night arrivals

ByESPN staff ESPN logo
Monday, January 8, 2024

The final week of the NFL regular season brought a mix of casual and flashy looks.

The early Saturday slate included hoodies with messages. Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker T.J. Watt arrived in a gray hoodie that read "BU:LLY," while Baltimore Ravens safety Geno Stone's hoodie read "Can't believe you doubted me."

In the Indianapolis Colts-Houston Texans matchup, C.J. Stroud matched a Louis Vuitton beanie with a black hoodie. Jonathan Taylor stole the show, going for an all-blue outfit that included blue sunglasses.

There was no shortage of eye-catching fits on the final day of the season either.

Cleveland Browns linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah continued his trend of showing up in African-inspired outfits. Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry opted for matching denim threads with Louis Vuitton glasses.

The Detroit Lionsseized an opportunity to poke fun at thecontroversial overturning of their 2-point conversion against the Dallas Cowboys last week with a clever caption.

The fashion didn't slow down as the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills arrived for the last game of the regular season on Sunday night. Tua Tagovailoa led the way for the Dolphins, sporting a patterned polo short. Stefon Diggs headlined the visitors' entrance, rocking a striped Louis Vuitton long-sleeve.

Here are more of the best arrivals from Week 18:

Sunday's best

Saturday's top looks