Fantasy Football Team Names: Appropriate and Otherwise
Fantasy Football is a cut throat game. I don’t care how good your favorite team is, water cooler talk these days is determined by your ability to succeed in the Fantasy world. I can help you with building a winner, but naming your team is equally as critical. Below are four PG-rated player based team names that you can use in your casual and four inappropriate team names that may offend some … but you can do what you want as long as you’re atop the standings.
Suitable for all ages:
I Swag I Cooks
Could Brandin Cooks be the most improved player from a Fantasy standpoint? It’s certainly possible, especially in PPR leagues where I believe it is impossible to reach on him.
So Fresh, So Vereen
The Giants backfield is a bust one, but they acquired Vereen for a reason and he should have a nice niche in this potentially high-powered offense.
Todd Gurley’s introduction to the Fantasy community is worth waiting for as he looks to fully recover from a torn ACL suffered in college. He won’t help you in the early going, but don’t be surprised if he peaks at the perfect time for his loyal Fantasy owners.
Forsett for Success
Last season was not a drill: Forsett’s Fantasy value is real and it’s spectacular. There are elite talents to consider in the first round that do not play running back and Forsett’s current price point makes him a nice RB1 that you can snag outside of the Top 25-30.
If you’re a little more brash or your league judges you on creating a team name that toes the line, those team names are getting you criticized, no matter how well your squad performs. These four names are built for leagues like that: leagues that feature crude jokes and odd punishments for owner who finishes dead last.
Beats By All Day (Adrian Peterson)
e’Veon Be: Where’s the L?
Three Finger ODB
Mr. Crabs (Jameis Winston)
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