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Funny Fantasy Football Team Names 2013

Updated on July 14, 2013

Naming your fantasy football team in 2013 is almost as important as being prepared for your draft. Your team name should reflect your personality and/or play style. Are you witty? Funny? Cocky? Overconfident? A terrible fantasy football player that never remembers to set your line up? Picking the right name for your fantasy football team can bring a little joy into the season, even if your first two picks go down for the season during week 1. Most fantasy football players go the funny team name route, but you may choose to be more of an arrogant (let's call it confidence) player and demean your fellow leaguemates by choosing a name that asserts your fantasy "alpha" status over your league.

Whatever route you choose to go, make sure you come up with a solid team name for your squad in 2013. Don't come into the draft as "John's Ballers" or "John's Team." It's the information age, use the Google to feign intelligence...everyone else is doing it!

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2013 Fantasy Football Team Name List

Here it is, a list of new funny fantasy football team names for the 2013 season. Remember to check out my other lists from seasons past if none of these tickle your fancy (links at the bottom). Please post any suggestions in the comments section and share your funny team names with the world!

  1. Ocho Domestico
  2. Come Helu High Water
  3. Good Grades? Honor Sproles
  4. Victorious Secret
  5. Jesus Drafted My Team
  6. Teach Me How to Doug Martin
  7. Easy Brees(y)
  8. Calvin and the Chipmunks
  9. Drafting Under the Influence
  10. 50 Shads of Jay Cutler
  11. Hesterectomy
  12. Roddy White and the Seven Dwarfs
  13. Crabtree Cakes
  14. Sidney Rice A Roni
  15. Dezmanian Devils
  16. Buffalo Bill Me Later
  17. Stevan Ridleys Believe it or Not
  18. Red Suh Lo Cup
  19. WW(M)JD
  20. Suhnami
  21. Cream of the Cobb
  22. Hernandez's Hitmen
  23. Broke Back Gronkowski
  24. The Big Tebowski
  25. Calvin and Hobbs
  26. AP Exam
  27. Porkchop Drafted Doug Martin
  28. Oil Spillers
  29. Scabbers Pettigrew
  30. Good for your Heath
  31. Golden Gates Bridge
  32. Dennis the Menace
  33. The Garden of Weeden
  34. First Round Kickers
  35. Stagnant Line-up
  36. Only Trades Kickers
  37. Next Year's Breakouts

Changing Your Name

Most leagues allow you to change your team name on the fly, so keep in mind that you can alter your team name throughout the season to switch up your team's juju and turn your season around. If you're struggling and you named your team after one of the players you drafted, try picking a different player and come up with (or use one from the list above) a name that will both motivate the new player to score more points for your squad and also light a fire under the "demoted" player. Trust me, Tom Brady will take it personally if he sees the number of fantasy football teams named "Call Me Brady" decreases significantly.

Like Mr. Seely says, Juju is a very real thing when it comes to sports. Make sure that your team stays on the right side of things and pick a team name that both motivates your squad and intimidates your leaguemates by flaunting your knowledge, wit, and general fantasy football badassness. If your original plan doesn't seem to be working out, do what any self respecting fantasy football owner would do and make some moves, talk some trash, and change up your team name.

A good name goes a long way and a bad one...well, you may never be able to recover from last year's "FLORIDA GATORS RULE" name. This year, do not bring shame to you and your family by choosing a subpar team name, even if it means employing the help of articles like this one.

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