There are obviously a bunch of reasons for playing Yahoo fantasy football, but one of the more enjoyable ones is how you can make a team all your own.
And what better way to to add that personal touch than by giving it a unique name?
Sure, there are gamers out there who forego the chance to name their team, instead going with a stock title for their squad.
If you think that’s boring, then you might be on the side of gamers who choose come up with a good moniker for their fantasy team, whether it’s something simple like “Run-CMC” or something like ... oh, I don’t know, maybe ... “ZekeElliot’sCropTop.”
Below you’ll find some of the most unique, creative, and hilarious team names from the Yahoo Fantasy community. Who knows — you might find some inspiration!
What will you do with your 20 characters when it’s time to name your team?
“Golladay Inn Express”
Considering Kenny Golladay finished third in overall wide receiver scoring in 2019, the Golladay Inn Express is a hotel I’m sure many of us would have liked to stay at last season, and whom many of us will be considering in 2020 fantasy drafts.
“MayField of Dreams”
The reason why this team name works? Well, simply because the dream of the incredible Browns offense in 2019 ended up just that — a dream. “If you build it, fantasy points will come” — yeah, right.
“Golden Tate Warriors”
Dude, you took ONE letter out, and you hit two different sports, a player, and an NBA squad all in the same fantasy team name. What’s not to like?
“Stairway to Evans”
Arguably the most recognizable song in Led Zeppelin’s portfolio (but not the best, in my opinion), this is not only a great team name, but it also reflects the need many cornerbacks have for a stairway to climb up and guard the 6-foot-5 Mike Evans.
“Return of the Mack”
The classic all-timer from Mark Morrison is one of the catchiest songs ever. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for Indianapolis Colts running back Marlon Mack, who ended 2019 in 58th place amongst running back receptions with just 14.
Davante Adams might not be walking into the Hell of Dante Alighieri's epic poem, but he’s sure to walk into some intense defensive coverage in 2020 as the one elite receiving option on the Green Bay Packers offense.
“Saving Matt Ryan”
This is a perfectly apt name, especially considering Matty Ice was tied for first in sacks taken in 2019 (48). Maybe Tom Hanks can play left tackle?
This is just ... it just speaks volumes, doesn’t it?
Let us know what you think of these names, and be sure to share some of your ideas, too @YahooFantasy!