Fantasy Football Team Name Ideas for the 2022 Season – Bleacher Report

Fantasy football has become a beloved part of the NFL experience thanks to its ease of access and wide, customizable range of competition levels.
If you want a serious league filled with knowledgeable fans, you can find it. And if you’re seeking the polar opposite—a group of humor-seeking players with potentially odd scoring settings—you most certainly can locate that, too.
No matter your team’s performance, one thing is certain: You’d better pick a great name.
There are literally thousands of ideas available around the internet. We’ve pulled together a few dozen of our favorites, breaking them down into a handful of categories.

The newest crop of NFL players brings a first-year set of fantasy football team names, too.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett can provide the American Dream of the White Pickett Fence. If you’re feeling hungry, New York Jets running back Breece Hall and New Orleans Saints receiver Chris Olave are perfect setups for Breece’s Pieces and Olave Garden.
Are you a big Harry Potter fan (or know one)? You should remember that The Wan’Dale Chooses the Wizard, thanks to New York Giants playmaker Wan’Dale Robinson.

I am now speaking directly to you, Buffalo Bills fans: Bills Collectors, BuffaLow Blow, Troop Buffalo Bills.
That’s merely a sampling of names for the AFC East franchise, which is a quick target for puns because of its rhyming ease. Similarly, the Las Vegas Raiders and Philadelphia Eagles have a ton of possible references—such as Raiders of the Lost Ark and Flock of Eagles.
In short, every NFL team has options. Some choices:

Though he could’ve been included with the other rookies, Kansas City Chiefs receiver Skyy Moore deserves his own section.
If you like movies, you could go with Blue Skyy, Castle in the Skyy, The Rise of Skyywalker, Skyyfall, Skyy High or one of many others.
Song titles provide a second seemingly endless supply of options: A Skyy Full of Stars, Eye in the Skyy, Midnight Skyy, Skyy Diving, Skyy Walker, Spirit in the Skyy, Touch the Skyy, and on.
And that’s simply his first name.
Can’t Give You Moore, I Want Moore, Moore Money Moore Problems, Moore Than a Feeling, One Moore Time and The Moore The Merrier.
You can even get both his names in there with No Moore Mr. Nice Skyy!

The meteoric rise of Formula 1 in North American pop culture can extend to the NFL. Washington Commanders wideout Terry McLaurin is an easy target, riffing the McLaren team for McLaurin F1.
Judge Judy counts, right? Tweak that to Judge Jeudy for Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy.
Also, use Houston Texans receiver Brandin Cooks for Too Many Cooks. If you know, you know.

First, the classics. You have Blood, Sweat and Beers and Green Eggs and Beckham, along with Dak to the Future, The Brady Bunch and Victorious Secret. Former players account for Somewhere Over Dwayne Bowe, The Big Gronkowski and The Blair Walsh Project.
Now, some positional groups.
Compilation of quarterbacks: Con-Aaron Rodgers; Hey Darnold; Kyler, the Creator; Saving Matt Ryan; Stafford Infection; Super Mariota Brothers; 50 Shades of Trey.
Running backs: All Barkley No Bite; Better Call Jamaal; Catalina Wine Mixon; Lights Kamara Action; Run CMC.
Wide receivers and tight ends: Bad JuJu; Charknado; Ertz So Good; Hooked on a Thielen; Kittle Giants; Mo Alie Mo Problems; Mooney Tunes; Pitts and Giggles.
And some more favorites: Adam Schefter’s Source; Belichick Yourself; Dungy and Dragons; Houston, We Have a Problem; License to Khalil; No Punt Intended; Snoop Dawg Pound; The Huddle is Real; 28-3 and Me; 808s and Golden Tate.
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