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2012 Awesome Fantasy Football Team Names

Updated on July 14, 2013

Every year I post a list of funny and awesome fantasy football team names to help give you an idea on how to get a leg up on the competition and give your fantasy football team a name that will strike fear into the hearts of your competition (or just make them laugh, lulling them into a sense of false security). Naming your team is the first step in dominating your fantasy football league and demonstrates not only your talent and knowledge, but also your wit and sarcasm which are important factors when talking smack week in and week out in your league. Because honestly, what is fantasy football without smack talk, ribbing, and not so healthy levels of competition?

Awesome Fantasy Football Team Names

  1. BP Spillers
  2. Sproles Royce
  3. Beli-Check Yo Self
  4. TeBoing Jets
  5. Cruz Control
  6. I'm on a Cruz
  7. What Would Jones-Drew?
  8. Cruz and Salsa
  9. Dancing with Donald
  10. Donald Drives a Lammbeau

11. Revis and Butthead
12. Clean Out Urlacher
13. Frosted Flaccos
14. Henne Given Sunday
15. You Say Goodbye, I Say Helu
16. Rice, Rice Baby
17. Vilma the Bounty Hunter
18. ABC, As Easy RGIII
19. Suck with Luck
20. Sh*t Out of Luck
21. Suck for Luck: The Redemption
22. Orton Fears a Boo
23. I Run a Bounty Program
24. Gronk Smash
25. The Big Tebowski
26. Tootsie Sproles
27. Jersey Leshoure
28. Brady Gaga
29. Forgetting Brandon Marshall
30. I Draft TEs
31. Cruz Missile
32. The Luck Stops Here
33. Henne Badger
34. Henne Badger Don't Care
35. Megatron, Robot in Disguise

Your fantasy football team name is important, but remember that you have free reign to change your name mid season if you need to change up the mojo. Call out one of your under performing players in front of the entire league by throwing his name in your team name in a derogatory way and see if it motivates him to step his game up the next week. Hell, blast your new team name all over twitter and publicly call out your QB for throwing 4 interceptions or your RB for not making it into the endzone for the third week in a row. Your team name has power - use it as a tool and dominate your fantasy football league.

Feel free to use any of these names for your team this year or use the ideas for inspiration. If you have some of your own funny names to add, leave them in a comment below.

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      ButlerOlsonPubl 

      2 years ago

      Love this page!

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      Champagne 

      3 years ago

      Most important, know your scinorg system within your league. Example, a QB is less valuable in a league that credits him with 3 points per TD and 1 point per 50 yards thrown as opposed to a league that credits him with 6 points per TD and 1 point per 25 yards thrown. Don't assume that the stats from a prior year are going to carry over to the next season. Older running backs that saw a lot of work in the prior year have a tendency to slow down or get injured. Major personnel moves on the offensive line may affect offensive players, particularly RBs and QBs. The loss of two to three key defensive players will affect a defense.Factor in injuries from the prior season. Especially for running backs. Major injuries may cause a decline for at least the first half, if not the entire season for a player. A guy like Ronnie Brown is someone that I'm very cautious about this year.Pass on rookie WRs and QBs. They very rarely do well, and in the case of QBs usually don't even start. Rookie RBs can do well, but look at the teams that drafted them to see if they're going to end up in the dreaded RBBC (running back by committee).Factor in player movement. A good example was Edge James going from Indy to Arizona. His yards per carry, receiving yards, and touchdowns have dropped in 2006 and 2007 as opposed to his last three years 2003-2005 with the Colts. His value is definitely down in a Cardinals uniform.Most people use a formula for drafting like RB RB QB or RB RB WR, etc. I don't. Based on expected points per game, I factor in prior seasons, personnel moves, and whether I think that player can repeat; I'll draft the best player available. I typically draft a RB in the first round, but if the seven RB's on my short list are gone, I'd take Brady if he's still there or Moss. I'm more likely to take two RBs and two WRs in the first four rounds. I've typically waited to draft a QB until round 5. I will skip drafting a QB in round 5 or even beyond if I can't find one that I think is a value pick for that round. Every season, you can typically find a guy like Derek Anderson on the FA list for last year. I drafted Tony Romo in Round 8 last year. Guys like Tom Brady were FA pick ups in 2001, Kurt Warner in 1999, Matt Hasselbeck in 2002. Derek Anderson, Jay Cutler, Kurt Warner, and Jon Kitna were all FA pick ups in my league last year. Its good to have a plan like RB RB WR, or RB WR RB; but don't take a player based solely on position if you know he's not a good value at that spot and have reason to believe you can pick that same player or a comparable one in a later round.Defenses are pretty similar to QBs, in that you can usually wait and draft a good one in the later rounds or pick up a good one off the FA list. Its true that there are usually 2-3 DEF that stand out above the rest, but there were easily more than 12 teams that logged over 75 combined sacks, fumble recoveries, and interceptions. You can also rotate your defense to whoever is playing a weak offense that week. I played with a guy last year that employed the strategy of adding and dropping defenses to start whoever was playing either SF, Buffalo, Atlanta, St Louis, Miami, or the Jets last season. At least one of those teams opponents was available on the FA list every week.I draft a kicker with the last pick in the draft. With your last pick, it makes it easy to drop the guy for someone else without hesitating. I drafted Nick Folk in the last round who ended up finishing fourth among kickers. Other top ten guys like Bironas and Phil Dawson were on the FA list over the course of the season.The other position I place a lower priority on is THE. After Gonzalez, Winslow, and Gates; the rest in the top 12 are fairly close in points per game. I picked Donald Lee of the FA list last year. He finished 9th in yards, and tied for 6th in TDs among tight ends.

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      Shirhaan 

      5 years ago

      FC INVADERS ( MY CHOICE ALWAYS)

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      lauralynn318 

      5 years ago

      Brady Bunch or Mr. Rodger's Neighborhood

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      gortita 

      5 years ago

      I'm the big Cox on Foster's Farm

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      makeitspitahhh 

      5 years ago

      Blount w/ Weeden in it

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      Smith 

      5 years ago

      Vick-Torrey is mine!

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      thekid 

      5 years ago

      Feel the Brees while I Cruz

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      irlie 

      5 years ago

      arroz con romo

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      golfhead 

      5 years ago

      Tate R tots

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      Pack 

      5 years ago

      My team- A.J Green eggs and Graham

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      Jeff 

      5 years ago

      Cruz, I am your Foster

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      PK 

      5 years ago

      Reformed ConVicks

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      JB$ 

      5 years ago

      50 shades of Ray

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      Ben 

      5 years ago

      I currently use 'Innocent Brystanders'

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      Brew 

      5 years ago

      Blackmon Beanies n Rice

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      joseph 

      5 years ago

      Sir I Sack Newton

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      niner4life 

      5 years ago

      Pitchin' a Trent

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      FOOTBALL 

      5 years ago

      SKITTLES TASTE DWAYNE BOWE

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      chris 

      5 years ago

      Raging Harbaughn

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      Miguel 

      5 years ago

      RG3-Some

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      mousa 

      5 years ago

      forte graham of that aj green

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      PotPirate22 

      5 years ago

      Hey, I just beat you, and it was crazy.

      I kicked your ass, thank you Tom Brady.

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      Thebhamster 

      5 years ago

      Some of my favorites from the past couple seasons, Good Grades? Honor Sproles. The Legarrett Blount Objects. Speak Legarrett Blountly. Cry me a Rivers.

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      Jrod 

      5 years ago

      Come Helu High Water

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      Carly 

      5 years ago

      Klitdephila kea gels

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      jeff 

      6 years ago

      Ocho Domestico

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      E-Nasty 

      6 years ago

      My Vick In A Box. C'mon Kyle; his name is already blount.

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      kyle 

      6 years ago

      i came up with LeGarrettes Blunt

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      Tick714 

      6 years ago

      Billy can Cundiff kick.

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      Courtney 

      6 years ago

      Mile high magic mike... Lol

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      Evans4life 

      6 years ago

      Great choices, however i usually stick with my plain name, K's Jays!

      Love Fantasy Football.

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