32 clever fantasy football team names
Bears: Julius Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band. Julius Peppers... One of the all-time great albums by The Beatles. You do the math.
Lions: The Fairley Godparents. You got defensive tackle Nick Fairley, then you've got the concept of fairy godparents. The thought of a little fat Nick Fairley flying around granting wishes brings joy to my heart.
Dolphins: Bush It Real Good. "Push It" by Salt-n-Pepa is one of the greatest songs our great nation has ever been blessed with. Reggie Bush's last name happens to rhyme with push.
Jaguars: Knighton Shining Armor. Terrance Knighton, straight out of my own alma mater of Temple University, is one of the more underrated defensive lineman in the league right now. If the "Knight In Shining Armor" relation wasn't immediately obvious to you, you've got some problems.
Jets: Call Me Maybin. The timeless irritant of a song has taken the world by storm, so we might as well start using it in our fantasy team names. You may not know who Aaron Maybin is, but I can guarantee that Jets, Bills, and Penn State fans do.
Chiefs: Jamaal Charles' Angels. Here's one for the ladies. We got one of those Wheel of Fortune "Before & Afters" going on with running back Jamaal Charles and the classic television show Charlie's Angels.
49ers: Straight Gold, Homie. The Niners just acquired wide receiver Randy Moss this offseason, and with Randy comes his wonderfully entertaining off-field quotes. One of his most famous was "Straight cash, homie." Now that he's on a team named after gold miners, I've remodeled the phrase.
Broncos: Last Train to Dumervil. Ever hear "Last Train to Clarksville" by The Monkees? Maybe you're too young.
Falcons: Matt Ryan's Song. Like the classic football movie "Brian's Song," but way less sad.
Bengals: The Dandy Andy Daltons. This one actually has a bit of a negative connotation, so I guess it's more for Bengal haters than actual Bengal fans.
Patriots: The Wes Walkers. Any Game of Thrones fans? White walkers... Wes walkers. Maybe it's a bit of a stretch.
Cowboys: The Holy Romo Empire. Roman? Romo? You get it.
Browns: All About The Travis Benjamins. Like the movie/song/saying, but with wide receiver Travis Benjamin's first name thrown in there.
Rams: Meet the Brockers. I'm sure quite a few quarterbacks will be introduced to Rams' rookie Michael Brockers this season, and then you've got the movie Meet the Fockers.
Giants: The Book Of Eli. Same name as the movie, but Eli Manning is the one writing history these days.