This week's most popular fantasy football team names
Stuck on what to name your fantasy football team name? Here's a list of the most popular team names on CBSSports.com from the past week.
With less than three weeks until the start of the fantasy football season, we're here to check in on the trending names in CBSSports.com leagues.
Last week, we told you that the timeless, "Show me your TDs" was the most common name from 2012.
Well, it's back.
Over the past week, it's the second-most common name change or new name.
It's behind Carlos Danger, which has become the most popular name this offseason among you, our faithful fantasy players.
While it's nice to see Heisenberg shoot up in popularity, the top 10 rising names are well, a bit bland.
And while I eagerly await to see what all those TBDs evolve to, I imagine some will transition into some sort of Aaron Hernandez-related team name. Variations on the name of the former Patriots tight end, and resident of Bristol County Jail, are showing up repeatedly among the list of new handles.
- Hernandezs Hitmen
- Free Hernandez
- Hernandezs Pistol
- Aaron Murdermyfriendz
- Caught red Hernandez
Rebels, the lot of ya.
On to the top 10 names from the week of August 12. We'll keep tabs on this list each week heading into the season. Oh, and don't forget to sign up for a league and stuff.
- Carlos Danger
- Show me your TDs
- Da Bears
- Steel Curtain
- Victorious Secret
- Prestige Worldwide
- Big Blue
- Password is Taco
- Multiple scoregasms
- Somewhere over Dwayne Bowe
- Luck Dynasty
- Riley KKKooper
- Turn your head and Coughlin
- Boston Tebow Party
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