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Recent Additions to Fantasy Football Team Names - August 2014 week 3

by Josh Ahlstrom on 8/21/2014 7:57:24 PM
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Another few days have passed since we last looked at some of the latest and best new additions to Fantasy Football Team Names and I have to say, we here at FFTN headquarters are impressed. Of course, there are some names that may be considered bland and unoriginal in the mix, but there are still plenty of incredibly hilarious fantasy football team names that will be perfect for 2014 and beyond. What are some of the best new additions?

Gordon is the New Blackmon
As we have seen since the beginning of fantasy, a name featuring multiple player names is a usual favorite for team names. With this name, we get a little of Justin Blackmon and Josh Gordon, plus some inspiration from the hit Netflix series, Orange is the New Black.

Nuclear Jammaallacaust
It has surprised me that this name featuring Jamaal Charles from the Kansas City Chiefs hasn’t been used before. The star running back is one of the best in the league and this is an original name that will be used in numerous fantasy leagues around the country.

Born in the SUH.S.A.
Ndamukong Suh is the new poster boy for what to do to get fined in the National Football League. This massive defensive tackle is born in the U.S.A. and is the inspiration behind this creative and awesome fantasy name,

Drinkin Fortes and Smokin Reed
I guess if you are using the NFL and its players as inspiration, this is a team name that makes complete sense. The NFL is filled with players that don’t know how to not do stupid things and some of these stupid things involve drinking and smoking. Unlucky for Matt Forte and Jordan Reed, their names match these activities well.

Watkins Makes My Woods Grow
To some, this is an entirely creative name that is worth being used around the country in fantasy leagues. While I am not fully sold on it, go ahead and comment on this post and let us know what you think.

Bernard is Over the Hill
The winner of the least creative fantasy team name entry of the week is Bernard is over the Hill. Some Baltimore Raven fan thought it would be funny to create this name, but the second-year player will be out to prove he is ready to break out.

Beats By Ray
It may be ironic, but as I sit here and write this article, I am wearing my Beats by Dre headphones. Unfortunately for the then-fiancé and now-wife of Ray Rice, she wasn’t wearing the same brand when they were last seen getting out of an elevator together.

Dreadzone Offense
For fantasy football teams that struggle through the first month of the season and are battling injuries throughout their roster, this would be the perfect name to change to. Not only will it show the others in your league that you are capable of picking on yourself, but it could set you up for a comeback.

You Are the One Gio
The Matrix is a cult classic in the United States. The movie, starring Keanu Reeves, was all about Neo being the one. For the Cincinnati Bengals and their fans, Giovani Bernard, is the one to lead them to victory (along with Andy Dalton and A.J. Green).

Gronk for TD’s!
No matter how many times we see Rob Gronkowski “dance,” fans creating team names continue to think he may be a lady’s man and create a name that show this. I am not sold on his ability to be a lady’s man, but he may be able to get some TD’s after Gronking, if you know what we mean.

Kuhn on the Cobb
The fullback position is now represented on our list this week. John Kuhn, the beloved player that has been with the Green Bay Packers since 2007, makes the cut with Kuhn on the Cobb, which is perfect for drafts being held around the picnic table.

Wake Me Up Before You Romo
The 1984 hit song, “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go,” is the inspiration behind this Tony Romo fantasy football team name. Much like the Jamaal Charles name above, I am shocked this one was never created before.

Saved by Le’ Bell
One of the most popular shows of the 1990s was Saved by the Bell. Le’Veon Bell had a solid rookie season with the Pittsburgh Steelers a year ago and will look to resurrect the Steel City offense.

Shamark-Nado
With the increased popularity (if you can call it that) or Sharknado 2: The Second One, it is only fitting that we will see endless names revolving around the Tara Reid classic. This one uses another Steeler player, Shamarko Thomas as inspiration.

For Whom Le’ Bell Tolls
Le’Veon Bell is back with this team name that got its inspiration from the hit Metallica song, “For Whom the Bell Tolls.” The rock and roll superstars will forever be remembered by their fans and this is a perfect way to do so while playing fantasy football.

Rice Bucket Challenge
By now, most of the people reading this post have seen several dozen Ice Bucket Challenges for ALS, and may have even taken part in one. This team name reflects that challenge and may be the first of the season about Ray Rice that doesn’t involve his domestic issue.

Baby Back Cribbs
Some users get really creative with their names. I had to read this name a couple of times to understand what the relationship was, but once I did, I got hungry and wanted some baby back ribs.

Cheese McDougles
Not many people outside New York even know who Dexter McDougle is. The third-round pick is a cornerback that is currently injured is the man behind this team name.

Amebola Virus
While most of the health talk in the United States is about the Ebola, the Amebola Virus is something that taints most NFL defenses.

Straight Outta Coughlin
When you think about who the hardest coaches in the NFL is, Tom Coughlin is at the top of my list. That is why Straight Outta Coughlin is my favorite new addition to Fantasy Football Team Names.


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