These Disney-fied NFL Logos Would Get Us Into Football


The two things I love most in this world–other than the divine goddess Beyoncé–are football and Disney. If you had to extend that list, you could also include Ryan Gosling and cake, but let’s stick to Disney and football for now. Why? I’ll tell you why.

Some genius designer and sports fanatic named AK47 had the brilliant idea of taking all 32 NFL team logos and working Disney characters into them. I could basically 100 percent guarantee that if the NFL actually adopted these logos, they’d see an increase in their ratings and fanbases.

I mean, who wouldn’t want to follow the Minnesota Goofys?

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If nautical nonsense is something you wish, try the Miami Mermaids.

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I feel like Jacksonville would actually have fans if it became the Plutos.

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The Titans are no match for the mighty Hercules.

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Captain Hook is the ULTIMATE Buccaneer–a logical choice for Tampa Bay.

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The Houston Texans have the best defensive player of 2013 so, naturally, a big monster like Sully represents them nicely.

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“We’d be lying if we said the name of our team wasn’t offensive.” – Pinnochio

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Jafar’s taking over New Orleans.

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Timon + Pumbaa + Peyton Manning = Hakuna Matata

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And, of course…RIP:

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Check out all the rest, along with AK47’s other work here.

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