Week 14 NFL fashion files: The best entrances, outfits and cleats

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Welcome to Week 14 of the NFL season, which features the fantastic "My Cause, My Cleats" initiative, in which the league loosens its tie a bit and lets players wear custom-designed footwear in support of charities of their choice.

But it's not just the on-field garments with which we're concerned here. We've also got a roundup of the best pregame threads, entrances and more.

Best entrances

The Houston Texans' linebackers continue our favorite trend of 2019 with their position group cosplay: Today, it's an homage to Average Joe's Gym from "Dodgeball:"

Some have compared Buffalo winters to those in Siberia, so perhaps Marlon Humphrey isn't going too far overboard with his headwear today:

DeVante Parker has been one of the more impressive receivers in recent weeks, and as the saying goes, "look good, play good:"

Sam Darnold's targets are ready to fly on Sunday, and looking sharp on the way into MetLife Stadium:

The best of Sunday's cleats

Deshaun Watson has a new set of cleats:

Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton is back to being QB1 for the Bengals, so his foundation is getting a little more attention this week:

Acacia Shade is the cause of choice for Saints Swiss Army knife Taysom Hill:

Lions linebacker Jarrad Davis is representing the Boys & Girls Clubs of America on Sunday:

Titans running back Derrick Henry has heated up as the weather has gotten colder. On Sunday, he'll be representing the foundation he has started in memory of his grandmother:

Brian Burns, the Panthers' rookie edge rusher, has started his own rescue foundation to find new homes for neglected dogs. And oh yeah, he's got a beautiful little pup of his own, named Apollo:

Patriots offensive tackle Marcus Cannon has a cause that is closely intertwined with his own life:

Meanwhile, the McCourty twins are supporting Boston Uncornered:

Russell Wilson is repping the Why Not You foundation today, and doing so with these electrifying kicks:

Titans offensive lineman Dennis Kelly, whose daughter has food allergies, is wearing cleats that support Food Allergy Research & Education:

Now with the Patriots, Mohamed Sanu Sr. is honoring a former Bengals teammate's daughter on his cleats today: