Free web cams adult e mail - Intimidating fantasy football team names

Next to the joy of seeing one's fellow leaguers crushed to a fine powder with each successive game, the best part of the fantasy football season has to be the tidal wave of ridiculous team names people come up with. Inspired by Slate's examination of 2014's top picks, we scraped approximately 800,000 team names from the public leagues on to find this year's 30 most common picks.

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This one requires some creativity, but the result is glorious.

The writers from “The League” demonstrate this in Jeff: Like your Any Givens Sunday, or Multiple Goregasms, or, for Jadeveon Clowney, Insane Clowney Posse.

It’s good to know that Roy “Lolo Jones” Helu won’t have any trouble adjusting to Oakland’s track-and-field-baseball-football field. I’ll say he’s a keeper and a fantasy sleeper, Mary-Kate!

Long ago, in an idyllic country far away known as Denver, there lived a prince named Demaryius Targaryen (photo credit: NCSooner, reddit.com). Named for Key & Peele’s brilliant Super Bowl Special, this one had to make the list.

Many of the most popular choices from last year made strong showings once more, with Show Me Your TDs (1st) and Beats By Ray (2nd), both retaining their standing -- Turn Down For Watt, meanwhile, got edged out of third place by the utterly humorless Team Smith.

That's not to say there's no fresh talent here, though: plenty of tasteless new names dot the top 30, like Bill Cosbys Sleepers, Adrian Beaterson, and the appallingly genius Luck Her Right In The Percy.

The NFL thrives on intimidating players, but only a select few have intimidating names that perfectly match their on-the-field personas.

Intimidation is a staple of the NFL primarily on the defensive side of the ball, which makes sense because defenders are doing whatever they can to slow down offensive players.

For example, “Manziel In Distress” works well, because Manziel is a brand fresh but well-known draft, and “Damsel in Distress” is a classic phrase.

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