Best Puns for Fantasy Football Movie-Based Team Names
Movie-Based Fantasy Team Names
The fantasy football draft is one of the greatest days of the year for a fantasy lover. The anticipation has been building since the end of last season and this year you hope to end the quest of the elusive championship trophy.
As you research players and positions, preparing yourself for draft day, don’t forget about what you want to call your future championship team.
Deciding what you want to name your team changes every year and is often based on what is happening currently around the world of sports, social network or national news.
The team name you choose can define your season as fantasy players go about picking a name in a variety of different ways.
Some people go with names that come across as threatening in hopes to scare the other team into underperforming. Others choose names that come across as humorous, showing they are all about the fun of fantasy football.
There are many, and I mean many, team names for one to chose from this year but by simply substituting in a player name into a well known movie title, one can make quite an amusing team name.
Before you is a list of the top 12 movie-based fantasy football names. Many of them are quite clever and could have the other players in your draft party wondering how in the world you came up with that. I would call that, the draft-day intimidation factor because if you had time to come up with such a witty team name, you must already know everything there is to know about the draft and your team is one too look out for.
12. Addai Another Day
Currently a free agent, Joseph Addai has a chance to see another day by getting picked up by a team in need of a running back. Regardless, James Bond movies are all about toughness and awesomeness.
11. Marshawn Of The Dead
There were no skittles awarded when zombies were killed in the movie which is quite a shame.
10. Texas Chainsaw Massaquoi
Sequel after sequel, remake after remake, this movie never seems to stop. Neither does your continued fantasy dominance.
9. Shonneshank Redemption
So last season didn’t go as planned and you need to find redemption in the 2013 season? What could be more fitting for your team?
8. The Playbook of Eli
While it is quite vast and containing numerous confusing pages, in the end, it somehow all makes sense and your fantasy spirit has been uplifted to a better place, a championship.
7. The Blair Walsh Project
What was that? Sounded like it went off the upright. No wait, it couldn’t have. That doesn’t exist for Walsh, or does it?
6. The Ryan King
Most of us would say Rex Ryan is far away from the title of king but one can hope right? As long as Simba can find Nala in the end zone, they might be alright.
5. Forgetting Brandon Marshall
Marshall will not be forgotten this season and is a highly sought-after fantasy receiver. Although, he’s no Mila Kunis. Did she look good in that movie or what?
4. Along Came Collie
This one may not be one of your favorite movies or players, but it does work quite nicely. Maybe with the San Francisco 49ers, Collie with come along and get you some fantasy points.
3. Dezevoir Dogs
If you somehow haven’t watched the movie Reservoir dogs, go rent it now. It’s a classic Tarantino movie with violence and blood, which is what your fantasy team looks to leave behind.
2. Forte Year Old Virgin
This is one of my personal favorites. Every time I read it, I start reenacting scenes from the movie and laugh to myself.
1. What's Eating Gabbert Grape
“I’m having a birthday party, but you’re not invited, but you can come if you want.” Well Arnie, in your line, I think I would like to substitute birthday for championship if that’s alright. Not on top of the water tower again Arnie, no!
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