Football is on TV, which means that it's almost time for fantasy football. This season, we plan on expanding our horizons and covering fantasy football issues (though, as much as possible, through the lense of Seminoles in the NFL). Over the next few weeks we'll be previewing several Seminoles, many of which will be making their league debut (like Benjamin and Freeman).
But for now, it's time to sort out the first order of business: picking the right team name.
(thanks to Sam Graves for the following)
Best Movie Inspired Fantasy Football Team Names in 2014
Many fantasy football players have interests outside of the NFL. Coming up with the best fantasy football team names is one of the best ways to showcase that. Here is a look at 5 movie inspired names to consider this upcoming year in leagues.
Natural Born Spiller
CJ Spiller disappointed quite a few fantasy football owners last year, but he is hoping to have a better year in 2014. The biggest thing will be staying healthy. If he is able to stay healthy, the Buffalo Bills could have one of the top 10 running backs on their squad.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Bortles
With a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie coming out, it makes sense to blend that name with new rookie quarterback Blake Bortles. There might be better fantasy football team names out there though, especially if Bortles is a backup the entire year.
Dez-ed And Confused
At times, people have thought that Dez Bryant was a bit confused with his off the field issues. He seems to be more focused as a player now, and the Dallas Cowboys are hoping that he is a top 5 wide receiver.
Forgetting Brandon Marshall
Brandon Marshall is one of the most consistent wide receivers in the NFL. He is someone who has put up some pretty nice numbers, so chances are no one will be forgetting him in 2014.
Forte Year Old Virgin
Matt Forte had his best season in fantasy football last year, and there is no doubt that he will be a first round pick in 2014. Since he is likely to be the best player on his team, it makes sense to incorporate him in the team name.