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20 of the Best Fantasy Football Team Names Related to Top Tier Quarterbacks of 2014

by Hobson Lopes on 8/4/2014 10:12:06 PM
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Fantasy football is back again and the world is happy again. Since the Seattle Seahawks defeated the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl earlier this year, fans have been clamoring to see their favorite players hit the practice field. Through the NFL Draft and all the free agency moves, fantasy players have been studying everything they could to get prepared for the upcoming season. One of the best ways to come up with your fantasy team name is to use your favorite players as inspiration. When it comes to the top tier quarterbacks, there are dozens of names you can choose from, but what are the best?

Karpern Crunch
Colin Kaepernick is the difference between the San Francisco 49ers being good and great. Nothing against Alex Smith, but he won’t be winning a Super Bowl anytime soon, while Kaepernick has a good chance. This name is obviously using the popular children’s cereal,
Cap’n Crunch as inspiration.

Ben Roethl-Ass Burgers
The star quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers is a two-time Super Bowl winner and is known as one of the toughest players in the sport. This isn’t the most creative name in the fantasy sports world, but is one used often enough to warrant a mention.

Breeeeeeeeeeeees Nuts!
One of the longest running jokes among men involves “Dees Nuts.” It just works out so well that Drew Brees’ name fits this joke so well that the two are interchangeable.

Macaroni and Brees
Another Drew Brees inspired team name is this delicious lunch and dinner choice. This isn’t a name that has any negative connotations on Brees and his talent as a quarterback, but can still be a name used by his haters.

Forte DBrees Tebow Freezing
This unique team name made its rounds last season and features three players, Matt Forte, Drew Brees, and Tim Tebow. The latter may be looking for a new job right now, but the first two are some of the best players in the sport.

Manning of Steel
Whether your favorite player is Peyton or Eli Manning, this fantasy team name can be used to show your pride. It might apply to Eli more considering he didn’t miss the entire 2012 season after having next surgery, but who are we to say

Manning Missile Launch
Another name that can be used by fans of Eli or Peyton Manning, this name might apply more to the former. Peyton has been known to throw the ball for up grabs, but doesn’t nearly throw as many interceptions as his brother.

I Can Stafford for Miles and Miles
Matthew Stafford and can throw with the best of them in the NFL. The Detroit Lions may have under produced a year ago, but it wasn’t all Stafford’s fault. He can and will have to stand for miles and miles if he wants to get Detroit back to the playoffs and into serious Super Bowl contention.

One of the biggest internet meme’s of all time is the “What Does the Fox Say?” song from Ylvis. It almost doesn’t matter who the player or coach is with the last name of Fox, but Denver Broncos coach John Fox’s name just seems to fit so well here.

Rocky Manning High
When Peyton Manning decided to bring his talents to Mile High and the Denver Broncos, this was a popular name. It may not be the hot name to use this season, but the way Manning throws the pigskin down the field with such ease, it is one that can be used easily.

Things may not have gone as planned through the first two seasons of his professional career, but Robert Griffin III is still loved by his fans. When healthy, he can do some remarkable things on the field and Washington Redskins fans will hope to see bigger and better things in 2014.

RG3’s Company
Beginning in the late 1970s, Three’s Company was a popular television series starring the late John Ritter, Suzanne Somers, and Joyce DeWitt. In Robert Griffin III’s world, he is the centerpiece of a talented offensive roster also featuring Alfred Morris and Pierre Garcon.

Russell-In Some Feathers
In last year’s Super Bowl, Russell Wilson was turned into a star. In the NFL, all it takes is one solid season for your stock to rise and when you cap that season off with a title, it means big things. In other words, when you do as well as the Seattle Seahawks quarterback, you are certainly ruffling a few feathers.

Russell N’ Flow
In 2005, the independent film, Hustle & Flow, was highly acclaimed by the media and movie-goers. In 2013, Russell Wilson had his skills on the field critically acclaimed and earned all the respect of the NFL community.

Everyday I’m Russelin’
Another Russell Wilson themed fantasy football team name is this remake of a popular hip hop song from Rick Ross, “Everyday I’m Hustling.” After leading the Seahawks to a 13-3 record a year ago, nobody can deny his hustle.

A Dingo Ate My Brady
Anyone who has ever heard the interview where a woman claimed a dingo ate her baby will get a chuckle out of this fantasy team name. If only we could get Tom Brady to reenact the interview with that terrible accent and everyone would walk away a winner.

Nobody Puts Brady in Corner
Made famous by the original Dirty Dancing, this team name is another related to three time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady. Again, if only we could see Brady reenact any scene from this movie and the Internet would have something to enjoy for years.

Tony Romo finally put in a complete season from week one through week 17. Too bad for him, his RomoCop super talents couldn’t get the Cowboys past a 8-8 record and into the playoffs.

Romo and Juliot
This fantasy football team name would be perfect for any general manager planning on signing Tony Romo and Julio Jones. This version of Shakepeare’s classic will do their part to win the fantasy Super Bowl.

Ware Dez Nuts, No Romo
This Dallas Cowboys-centered fantasy football team name gets its inspiration from Tony Romo, Dez Bryant, and DeMarcus Ware.

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