Here’s A ‘Game Of Thrones’ Sigil For Every NFL Team


I can’t say this enough: the only thing in the world that could have pulled me away from watching Ragin’ Cajun Redneck Gators on SyFy last night was the first real, it-actually-counts-someone-please-take-Tim-Tebow-and-Jimmy-Claussen-off-the-field NFL game in 214 days, since the world conspired against Ray Lewis…and the Ravens still won the Super Bowl. Denver’s stomp-down of Baltimore wasn’t the most exciting of contests (it was all downhill from the moment David Duchovny and Sawyer from Lost‘s lovechild, Keith Urban, performed in the same harbor that provided the final resting place for so many Greeks on The Wire, probably), BUT OMG NFL GAMES.

Those puppies were really onto something. Anyway, the rest of the league makes their 2013-2014 season debut on Sunday, with the exception of the Eagles, Redskins, Texans, and Chargers, who will distract us from the existence of Under the Dome on Monday, so now’s the time of the year when you’re not ashamed to be a Panthers fan, like I am. My optimism hasn’t been scrubbed away from one too many Cam Newton WTF interceptions; I’m still hopeful that they can go 16-0, then win the Super Bowl 49-0 and I become best friends with Cam.

It’s with that totally-gonna-happen not-dream in mind that I pass along the delightfully named whats_hot_DJroomba’s collection of Game of Thrones-style sigils for every NFL team. They’re all very well designed (and there are multiple selections for every team at the source), but I do have to ask: where’s the original “Play Like a Jet” design showing an on-fire airplane crashing into a river in the shape of a butt?

















And now the NFC.

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