Most intimidating fantasy football team names

This year, election-based references will be at an all-time high. (Less popular: "Clinton-Dix for America" for Packers D/ST owners.) There are likely to be a few people swept up in the Harambe meme ("R. " data-reactid="63"Dominate your draft: Get Fantasy Alarm's Draft Guide!

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Spring training has started, signaling the countdown to the 2019 MLB season and another season of fantasy baseball.

Besides putting together your draft strategy there's also the always important task of coming up with the best name for your fantasy team(s).

Need ideas for a funny, clever, creative or cool fantasy Football team name?

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For example, anything Joe Mauer-related (such as Lawn Mauers) really should be let go since the former Minnesota Twins catcher/first baseman/DH has decided to call it a career.

Some may say it's the most important part of the fantasy football season. If you're gonna lose, you might as well come up with a funny team name and make other people laugh -- with you or at you, your call. In fact, don't go those directions because those team names would be terrible.2016 FANTASY FOOTBALL RANKINGS: Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker" data-reactid="27"Many of our suggestions are dated references to '90s rap, so if you're into dated references to '90s rap, you're in luck!

MORE: Ultimate fantasy cheat sheet" data-reactid="24"MORE: Ultimate fantasy cheat sheet You can go a lot of different directions with your team name. If you're not, we have some other ideas that might work or spark a better idea, including many we suggested last year.

While our list is certainly not exhaustive by any means, hopefully you will find this collection of old favorites combined with some new offerings humorous, or perhaps motivate you to come up something better.

— Written by Chris Meyers, who is part of the Athlon Contributor Network and a member of the FSWA.

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