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The NFL unveils it's tough line up of angry birds

Updated on March 28, 2015

The National Football League has some of the highest television ratings possible in these modern times that we all live in. The popular and very addictive game "Angry Birds" has millions and millions of people spellbound for countless hours while they are playing the game. So it's no wonder that the National Football League has finally unleashed it's very own band of angry birds, which is the NFL's very own answer to the Angry Bird frenzy that has literally swept the entire world.

Philadelphia Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles
Arizona Cardinals
Arizona Cardinals

The NFL could start an entirely new division in football composed of existing teams, already playing on the gridiron, in the National football league. Starting this line up could be the Philadelphia Eagles. In the real world of American football, quarterback Michael Vick's magic gets that little football from one end of the field into the end zone for a magical 6 points on the score board. In the video game the mighty eagle crushes and destroys all the pigs instantly in it's path.

The next NFL team in the line up that turned into an angry bird is the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals were actually first Established in 1898, which was a good 115 years ago. Today Carson Palmer is their quarterback. In the video game the Cardinals are best represented by the very popular little red bird, who's the workhorse of the flock. The Red Bird is the main angry bird, and is capable of smashing all types of surfaces.

Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore Ravens

Of coarse for this new interesting line up of teams we couldn't pass by the reigning Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens with their purple angry bird! The purple bird could be a good addition after the Ravens lost 8 starters since winning the Super Bowl, which includes Ray Lewis, and Ed Reed. Now we are all well aware that in the video game there's no purple bird to date, but just give it some time.

Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta Falcons

The Atlanta Falcons would be a great addition to this new division of the National Football League's angry birds. Matt Ryan might be Atlanta's franchise, but some preseason predictions don't always materialize into regular-season reality like many fans hope they will. However the Mighty Falcon bird has been helping players out smart those impossible to beat Angry Bird's Star Wars game levels for a while now. Let the force be with you with the Mighty Falcon.

Seattle Seahawks
Seattle Seahawks

Finally concluding this hot new NFL division of angry birds are the Seattle Seahawks. A hawk would be a wonderful addition to this flock of angry birds, which are already packed full of ravens, eagles, falcons, and cardinals.

St. Louis Cardinals
St. Louis Cardinals

That concludes the new line up of American football's angry birds, however Major League Baseball has also summoned it's own fierce line up of angry birds. The St. Louis Cardinals have their own action packed version of the little red fighting bird complete with his own personal baseball bat. The Cards aren't the only angry birds. After last years botched call gave St. Louis the win in the NL wild card game, Atlanta Brave fans were mighty upset, and angry as well!

Baltimore Orioles
Baltimore Orioles

The Baltimore Orioles, who had a terrific season last year for the first time in a long time, have their very own version of the expanding orange bird. Last year was the first time that the Orioles have been in a post season game since 1997. Hopefully this expanding orange angry bird will be of some help to the O's again this year, and help lift them above the competition.

Toronto Blue Jays
Toronto Blue Jays

Completing Major League Baseball's angry bird roster are the Toronto Blue Jays. The Blue Jays are best represented by angry bird's blue bird, which explodes and splits into three separate birds after being clicked upon in the video game. I wonder if this means that Toronto's blue bird will get a triple play every time it's called upon. The Blue Jay's don't have a bird design as of yet, but I imagine that when they do it will really be out of this world when they finally come up with their very own signature design like all of the other teams have.

If you haven't guessed it yet, I'm really into playing angry birds, especially with all of my Facebook friends. So if you ever want to join in on the fun with me, just let me know and we will get to be friends and start hunting down those egg stealing pigs together. Angry Birds are really getting to be something fun to do, especially with the downward direction, and the steady fading popularity of the Hub Pages these days. So I'll see you there!

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GO BIRDS!!!!
GO BIRDS!!!!

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