Intimidating fantasy football team names
While some have reinforced their names with their play on the field, others have simply flopped and are remembered for nothing but their unique name.
Here are the 20 most intimidating names in NFL history.
OK, without further ado -- by the way, Further Adu was a great name for an MLS fantasy team a decade ago -- here's a big list o' 2019 fantasy football team names, almost none of which meet all the guidelines above.
Before a big game or big play, the act of intimidation can help you set the tone for success before you even start.
In no way can we guarantee that these names will be accepted by your league organiser.
We’ve sorted the list into ones that involve player names; those that are parodies of English, Italian, Spanish, Portugese, German, French and International team names; then to top it all off we’ve got some miscellaneous crackers to finish.
Real football team names have a set structure: City, Plural Noun.
Because you just named your fantasy team after a kicker.
But even if you hate puns (including your own, for some reason), there's no better option when naming a fantasy team. Here are examples of some of the most intimidating team names.The best team names are original creations, but sometimes we understand that you don’t want to spend hours finely tuning a pun-laden name of your own, so we’ve put together a list to inspire you.Here is a look at some of the most intimidating team names to consider using.Aftershock Arrows Blaze Cosmos Cyclones Dominators Dynamite Elite Extreme Fear Fusion Galaxy Heat Ice Lightning Magic Nitro Nova Odyssey Outlaws Pride Quicksilver Rampage Screamers Sparks Storm Terminators Thunderbolts Twisters Unity Unstoppables Velocity Vengeance Xtreme Here is a special film capturing the essence of NFL intimidation.