Not Licensed by the NFL Professional Football Craft Projects (Fourth Edition)

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Of course, I couldn’t welcome the football season without doing another annual post on NFL crafts. Indeed, the NFL may not be keen on you making your own gear if you intend to sell it. Well, unless you buy some craft supplies with your favorite team’s logo on it, which may cost you a shitload of money. However, you can do quite fine if you just use craft supplies in  your team’s colors as well. Nonetheless, once you make your NFL craft creation, you can sell it on Etsy. You can put it up in your home during the season or even wear it on game day if possible. If you don’t believe me, you can see what they have on Pinterest, Etsy, or Google Images. So for your reading pleasure, I give you another treasury of NFL craft projects. Enjoy.

 

  1. With this glass, you can raise a toast to football.

Has a football top, a field goal stem, and a field bottom. And yes, it’s painted for decoration.

2. A Jacksonville Jaguars wreath must have ribbons.

Indeed, the Jaguars aren’t among the Best NFL teams. Yet, the ribbon decorations add a nice touch.

3. Cover your New Orleans bed with this Saints quilt.

It’s mostly a patchwork with wide range of patterns. Though doesn’t New Orleans mostly enjoy warm weather?

4. Grace your front door with this Miami Dolphins yarn wreath.

Consists of orange and white felt rosettes on the bottom. Even has a felt Dolphins logo, too.

5. Support your Denver Broncos with this wooden panel.

Has “Broncos” in raised wooden letters. But the logo is painted.

6. Adorn yourself for the big game with these Patriots earrings.

I don’t think I can wear these since they’re long. And they contain the Patriots logo.

7. Light up your football home with this Dallas Cowboys block light.

This one has festive Cowboys ribbons. And the Dallas star is simple to replicate.

8. Keep yourself warm with this crocheted Patriots hat.

It’s mostly shaped like a football with pom poms on top. Also has braided strings attached.

9. Do you want to build a Packers snowman?

Has a felt Packer hat and a green scarf. Like how it carries a little branch with a star.

10. Your little Dallas Cowboy would love this crocheted cheerleading outfit.

Consists of a cowboy hat and a skirt. Nonetheless, I don’t think the Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders set a good example.

11. Look snazzy at the tailgate party in this fancy Pittsburgh Steeler apron.

You can even trim it with black and gold zebra stripes. Includes gold ribbon.

12. Set down your drinks on these Seattle Seahawks crocheted coasters.

For some reason, they seem shaped like bottles though. Not sure why.

13. Make sure to stop at Atlanta Falcons Avenue.

Okay, this is a decomesh wreath. Yet, it has a felt Falcons sign.

14. Show your love for the New York Giants on a plate.

Well, license plate letters anyway. But make sure they’re on a wooden panel.

15. A Redskins grapevine wreath gets in the fall spirit.

To be fair, it doesn’t have the Redskins logo on it. Though the name is offensive just the same.

16. Bring in the Kansas City spirit with this felt Chiefs wreath.

This one includes a bow and the Kansas City arrowhead logo. And it should do nicely on your front door.

17. With this tree slice, show the pride of Ravens Nation.

Though it’s best not to let them know that they’re the original Cleveland Browns. Seriously, that’s how they got their start.

18. Step out in style in these Seattle Seahawks heels.

Decorated with glitter, ribbons, and a blue bow. Also, doesn’t seem suited for the stadium.

19. Make sure to touch your hair with this Tampa Bay Buccaneers bow.

Haven’t had a lot of Tampa Bay Buccaneers stuff on my NFL posts this year. Not sure why.

20. Care for a Green Bay Packers flower?

This is part of a headband. Yet, the Packers logo brings out the team spirit.

21. Step in the shower in these Baltimore Ravens flip flops.

However, understand that flip flops don’t have a long shelf life. As far as I can tell from my experience.

22. Nothing is so festive like a New England Patriots bauble wreath.

Though fragile, none of them are deflated. Unlike the Patriots’ footballs some years back.

23. Keep your things safe in this stylish Steeler handbag.

Goes well with the Steeler apron I previously showed. And yes, it has a gold bow to match.

24. A Saints wreath should always be a festive one.

You can tell since it has a football at the center. Yet, it seems more like a Mardi Gras decoration.

25. Need a pair of Colt hooks.

If you live in Indianapolis, I guess. Includes horseshoe hooks with stars on them.

26. How about an Oakland Raider in all sequins?

Well, he’s not all made out of sequins. Just the helmet. Though the sword is made of beads.

27. Show your team’s support with this Tennessee Titans charm bracelet.

Comprises of beads in team colors along with the Titans’ logo and football charm. Goes well with a team jersey.

28. Show your Indianapolis pride with this Colts grapevine wreath.

IT’s mostly blue with a decomesh ribbon. But the large “COLTS” letters says it all.

29. Keep yourself warm at the Mile High City with this Denver Broncos quilt.

Has the Broncos logo at the center. And this guy is proud to show it.

30. Snuggle during the game with this New England Patriots doll.

Is that a voodoo doll? And if so, can I stick pins in it? Well, it’s not like the Patriots are known for playing fair.

31. On cold days, it helps to wear a crotched Seahawks beanie.

Includes a flower sewn on by a button. And you can wear it at the game.

32. Feel free to leave your things in this Colts jar.

Not sure what this used for. But I bet it makes a handy decoration.

33. You’ll always be prepared with this Steelers diaper bag.

It’s an ideal gift for any new Steeler dad. Bet it includes a Steelers binky or two.

34. Keep the Packers spirit by hanging this wreath.

Mostly consists of ripped felt strips. And it’s touched by the logo and ribbons.

35. If you’re hooked on the Steelers, try this panel.

It’s a panel with hooks for coats an’at. And yes, it’s a must have for Steeler fanatics.

36. Your cups will always be snug with these crocheted Seahawks cozies.

You can use them to put on your Starbucks cup if they get your name wrong. Each also has a logo and team name.

37. Catch the sun with this Pittsburgh Steeler suncatcher.

Depicts the Pittsburgh Steeler logo in white. And here it’s hanging in front of the window in black and gold glory.

38. Step out to the game in these New York Giants flats.

They’re even covered in glitter for extra shimmer. They’re also easier on the feet than heels.

39. Don’t like wreaths? How about a Bengals B?

This one has a B in tiger stripes and a football on top. Perfect for anyone in Cincinnati.

40. Celebrate the football season with this San Francisco 49ers decomesh wreath.

Includes a 49ers flag. Yet, the S and F really stand out here.

41. You can keep your head warm with these crotched San Diego Chargers hats.

One has a pom pom top. The other has a flower. Each have a lightning bolt.

42. Bring on the black and gold with this Pittsburgh Steelers wreath.

This one has an intricate pattern around the wreath. Still, you have to love the bow and logo.

43. On cold days, cuddle up with this Indianapolis Colts blanket.

This one is in a Colts pattern in felt. Not sure what’s underneath.

44. You’ll be charged up in this apron.

Since it’s an apron for the San Diego Chargers. Yes, I know they moved to Los Angeles.

45. This Philadelphia Eagles bottle light will shine quite bright.

Contains the Eagles logo. Yet, please don’t bring it to the Super Bowl party if they win.

46. Any Indianapolis Colts fan would love to hang this panel.

Well, this one seems like you’d find it at the NFL store. Yet, it’s within a blue frame.

47. Salute your Dallas Cowboys with these bottles.

The two side ones have zigzag stripes. While the center one contains the Dallas Cowboys star.

48. Perhaps a Seahawks diaper bag might interest you.

Well, this is a different diaper bag variation. Comes with many pockets on the outside.

49. This baby pillow and blanket will do nicely in a Seahawks nursery.

But please don’t put the pillow in the crib until they’re at the toddler stage. Nonetheless, the bright green seems rather soft.

50. No Houston Texan fan can do without a wreath like this.

It’s decomesh with wooden logo of the Texans. Great for any front door in Houston.

51. Greet your guests with this Washington Redskins wreath.

Includes a football and bear. And yes, everything but the flowers has the Redskins logo.

52. Bet this rock belongs to the New Orleans Saints.

Has fleur de lis and the words “Saints” painted on a rock. And it’s propped on a metal frame.

53. Know who dat with this New Orleans Saints wreath.

You can see the fleur de lis on the decomesh. Also includes football.

54. Any little Miami Dolphins fan would love this crotched cap.

Still, I don’t see the need for a cap like this in Miami. But it’s kind of cute.

55. For the big game, wear a Colts headband for luck.

This one has a large Colts horseshoe on it. Perfect for the big game.

56. You’d fall in love with this Pittsburgh Steelers snow family.

Well, it’s A Christmas ornament. But you have to love their black and gold scarves and ear muffs.

57. Hope you can sleep tight with this New England Patriots dream catcher.

However, if you want a life like Tom Brady, then dream on. Because that won’t happen.

58. Show your Dallas pride with this Cowboys palette.

Has the Dallas star on top. A must have for Cowboys fans.

59. Any Seahawk fan would love to have this garden stand in their garden.

Has the Seahawk logo with a border of blue shades. Love the wire work though.

60. This Redskins wreath can hit a fan right in the heart.

Even has roses on it. Kind of quaint for a wreath dedicated to a team with a racial slur name.

61. Show up to the big game in this Broncos dress.

Though it seems rather short. Has orange and white straps.

62. Dress your mile high bed with this Broncos quilt.

Mostly consists of orange and blue squares. And each square has a Broncos logo.

63. With this Steelers quilt, you’ll never freeze during the game.

Has the Steeler logo in the center. While it’s surrounded by squares of black and gold.

64. You can always bundle up in this Seahawks scarf.

Consists of blue, white, and green zigzags. Perfect for the cold Seattle weather.

65. A tulle wreath is all you need in Steelers country.

It’s mostly black with the logo in tulle. The flag is on top to match.

66. In the Seattle cold, put on this Seahawks hat and scarf.

Both hat and scarf feature the Seahawk Logo. And are both trimmed in lime green.

67. Perhaps a painted Patriot suncatcher may suit you.

Includes the Patriot logo over a star. And they’re encased with an oval frame.

68. Kick back and relax in this Seattle Seahawks lawn chair.

This one has bright green arms and a seahawk eye back. And yes, it’s quite colorful.

69. Cover yourself at the game with this Pittsburgh Steeler blanket.

Well, this one isn’t as well done as some of the quilt. But they tried their best.

70. This Seahawks blanket is perfect for any game.

It’s blue with green stripes, too. Even has a football pattern to match.

71. Show Baltimore pride with this Ravens shell pennant.

Well, this is kind of ingenious. Though it has the Baltimore Raven logo on it.

72. In Wisconsin, you must lounge in this Packers chair.

This one has the G on the back. Perfect for a Cheesehead’s porch.

73. A Patriots fan would adore this license plate panel.

This one has the team spelled on a plate. And the Patriots logo on the side.

74. In Pittsburgh, get lit with this sophisticated bottle light.

Even comes with grapes. Wonder if I should get something like this for my dad.

75. You can’t resist this Dallas Cowboy snowman.

Not exactly sure what this is made of. Still, do they have snowmen in Texas. Because I don’t think it snows there.

76. Anyone in Arizona would want this Cardinal palette.

Yes, that cardinal certainly looks fierce. Though it looks a bit odd made out of planks.

77. You’d find this glass has a Minnesota Viking on it.

Not sure if you’d want to drink out of it. Also, real Vikings didn’t wear horns on their helmets.

78. Best you can hang this Packers wreath on your door.

It’s made out of decomesh. And it has a Packers logo in the center.

79. Show your pride for Steeler Nation with this wreath of flags.

It’s a decomesh with flags in a clockwise position. Has Steelers logo in the center.

80. This Bud Light wreath will make any Dallas Cowboy fan say, “Dilly, Dilly.”

Well, at least it matches the stars. Though they wish all their rivals will end up in the pit of misery.

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The Interesting Life of NFL Merchandise (Fourth Edition)

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In American sports, the NFL is among the most powerful and richest organizations since football is the country’s most popular sport. And while the NFL makes tons of money with promotions and ticket sales, they earn a shitload from merchandise. As the NFL season comes at the end of August, you will see plenty of it at any local store. Though they’ll most likely sell crap with your local team’s logo on it. Nonetheless, from how I’ve done NFL merchandise posts during the last three years, you can see how the NFL is willing to sell just about anything. Of course, the NFL has been well known for its cash-grab schemes since their gear usually has a high markup. So for your reading pleasure, I give you another treasure trove of crazy NFL crap. Enjoy.

 

  1. Know any time of day with this Dallas Cowboys light up clock.

Now you can tell what time it is after the game and make your home look like a shady club at the same time. Still, this is kind of ridiculous.

2. Lean back in this New York Giants seat.

Wonder if it’s for a car since it sure looks like it. Wouldn’t be surprised.

3. Perhaps you’d like a large Miami Dolphins coffee table.

Still, I don’t think I’d want a large sports logo coffee table in my living room. Kind of tacky for my taste.

4. Light your game room with this overhead Green Bay Packers light.

This is in an awning and is more suited for a bar room. Particularly above a pool table.

5. Show your Steeler pride with this black and gold ring.

Look, I know Pittsburgh is Steelers country. But how nuts do you have to be to get this?

6. Care for a Carolina Panthers can bag?

Since it’s shaped like a can. Guess this is some sort of cooler. Not sure what to think of it.

7. Put your head back on this New England Patriots head seat cover.

This is for a car. Still, I’m not sure why anyone would bother for to buy something like this.

8. Fire up for the game with this Dallas Cowboys drum grill.

Well, at least this seems kind of quaint. But it must cost a fortune.

9. Nothing makes a Seahawks game like baking Seahawks cookies.

Since these are Seahawks cookie cutters. And yes, they’re detachable with details.

10. Back the boys in this Dallas Cowboy dress.

Of course, I’m sure any Dallas girl would want this dress. Even has a large star on it.

11. In Miami, slip into this long Dolphins dress.

At least it doesn’t have sleeves. But the orange stripe on an aqua blue skirt says it all.

12. Look snappy in this Green Bay Packers cheese top hat.

Well, they have other kinds of cheese hats, too. This one is for the rich snobs who go to the opera afterwards.

13. Keep your pool table in ship’s shape with this Oakland Raiders cover.

Not a fan of pool tables. Even less of a fan on covers. Besides, I’m sure anyone who owns a pool table could find a cheaper cover.

14. Go for a drive in this fancy Green Bay Packers car.

Even comes with white wall tires. Still, is very expensive as hell and not worth the money.

15. Enjoy the game in this cheesy cowboy hat.

Indeed, they have cowboy hats, too. Then again, Wisconsin has a lot of cows. But they’re dairy cows. Not beef cattle you round up to put on a train to a Chicago slaughterhouse.

16. Snuggle with your American Girl doll in her Green Bay Packers pajamas.

Really? American Girl Packers PJs? This is insane!

17. Keep yourself warm during the winter in this Miami Dolphins onesie?

I don’t think Miami even gets cold. So why does this onesie exist?

18. Lace yourself tight in this Denver Broncos corset.

Yes, it’s another Denver Broncos corset. And yes, it contains ribbon laces.

19. This Christmas, grace your tree with this shiny Buffalo Bills nutcracker ornament.

The soldier even has a helmet on. And yes, it’s pretty terrifying.

20. You can’t celebrate Christmas without a Cleveland Browns shoe ornament.

I don’t get this. How do football and high heels go together? And what does it have to do with Christmas?

21. Apparently, Santa likes watching the Packers and checkers.

Santa even has a Packers sweater. Even his elf is dressed in Packers gear.

22. When Santa is in Minnesota, he decks Vikings gear.

And he’s even dressed in purple to match. Wait a minute, that can’t be right.

23. In Jacksonville, it helps to have Jaguars chair ornament on your Christmas tree.

Even has its own cup holder. Still, why would anyone buy this? It’s ridiculous.

24. Keep your black and gold M&Ms in this Steelers dispenser.

How do you get black and gold M&Ms? Because I have no idea.

25. Now your dog can be a Dallas Cowboy cheerleader.

Yes, this is a Dallas Cowboys cheerleading outfit for dogs. You can see how ridiculous and stupid this is.

26. Serve your tailgate grub in this Seattle Seahawks kickasserole dish.

I’m sure the decals add more to the price tag. You can get a cheaper plain one at Wal Mart.

27. Carry your things in this elegant New Orleans Saints shoe purse.

And one with a high heel at that. Not sure why any woman would want to carry it around with her.

28. Find the time of day with this Dallas Cowboys gem encrusted watch.

I’m sure this is way overpriced. Seriously, why would anyone buy this crap?

29. Don’t like the Patriots? Get this deflated football hat.

Don’t need to put much air in it. And you can wear it when the Patriots are in your neck of the woods.

30. Kick back and relax in this Oakland Raiders easy chair.

This one doesn’t have a foot rest or ottoman. But it sure looks comfy.

31. Hope you can settle in this leather Miami Dolphins.

Even comes with a fancy foot rest. So you can prop up your tired feet.

32. Be the king of your castle in this Packers cheese crown.

Don’t worry. It’s not made out of cheese. Yet, you have to wonder how many kinds of cheese hats the Packers have.

33. Keep your food fresh in this Dallas Cowboys wheeled cooler.

Sure you want to keep your food fresh. But please, a plain one will do just as fine.

34. Speaking of Dallas Cowboys, perhaps you might want a stepping stone for your garden.

Not sure why anyone would want this. It’s just garden decor which doesn’t have much of a purpose.

35. Enjoy the game with this Cincinnati Bengals bowl.

Is this a trash can? Because the shape would explain a lot.

36. Men, spice up your night in this Seattle Seahawks thong.

That’s just a piece of cloth with ribbons on it. I guess guys wear it to cover their junk.

37. You can’t bake without this New Orleans Saints cake pan.

Or you can just make a helmet cake and put a fleur de lis on it. Since that would be cheaper than buying this.

38. If you’re Jewish, wear your team on your yarmulke.

This one is from the Indianapolis Colts. Wouldn’t be surprised if they had other NFL gear for other faiths. Like a plush Vishnu doll wearing a Jets jersey.

39. Start out your day with a cup of Steelers gourmet roast.

Indeed, I don’t know why I don’t see this in a store. But it won’t give you a lot of yards rushing.

40. Keep your teeth nice and clean with this Green Bay Packers toothbrush.

I get it why they sell these toothbrushes. Still, it’s probably overpriced just the same.

41. You can fix anything with some Green Bay Packers duck tape.

Yet, it’s yellow with the Packers logo on it. So be careful when you apply it.

42. Top your Christmas tree with this Steeler angel.

Well, she’s in a Steelers gown. Luckily, she sits with golden wings.

43. Store your drinks in this Carolina Panthers cooler.

Sure this cooler may be used to keep drinks chilled. But the logo just adds more to the price tag.

44. Be ready for game day wearing these NFL onesie suits.

Unlike the previous ones I showed, these have hoods. And yes, they will make you look like an idiot.

45. If you like Barry Sanders, you might like this signed urinal.

Barry Sanders was a player for the Detroit Lions. But I’d sure like to know how he managed to sign it.

46. Look snazzy in this Green Bay Packers suit.

Comprises of yellow pants with a Packers jacket and tie. And yes, it’s as tacky as hell.

47. Cheer your team wearing this cheesy baseball cap.

Well, if you’re a Packers fan anyway. And yes, it’s probably made out of yellow foam.

48. Bet you’d want to pack something in this Packers pipe.

Seems like it’s for those plants your weird neighbor grows in his basement. Also the design is kind of trippy, man.

49. Keep your dog warm in this New England Patriots hoodie.

Yes, this is a dog hoodie. Seriously, dogs already have something to keep them warm and safe from the elements. It’s called fur.

50. Shine and sparkle with this football ring.

Consists of footballs encrusted with jewels. Yes, they’re fake but nonetheless flashy.

51. NFL belts will always hold you up.

The one on the left is from the Chicago Bears. The one on the right is from the San Francisco 49ers.

52. Men will look sensational in these button down NFL shirts.

These are just casual collared shirts with NFL logos on it. Yet, they come in different colors and patterns.

53. Keep your money safe in this Cincinnati Bengals wallet.

Well, this isn’t too bad. But it’s probably way more expensive than a regular one.

54. Keep your business cards in this Rams holder.

I’m more used to calling them the Saint Louis Rams. Yet, they’ve moved to LA. So I’ll just call them the Rams.

55. Make your home ready for game day with this Pittsburgh Steelers scoreboard alarm clock.

When you wake up, it bursts into a variation of the “Pennsylvania Polka.” Also, will alert you if Bengals fans are near.

56. Honor our servicemen with this Seattle Seahawks military hoodie.

Let’s face it, the NFL’s salute for America’s military is just a corporate cash grab. Seriously, they have the military pay them for shows of patriotism.

57. Sit back and relax in your Oakland Raiders bathrobe.

Indeed, it’s sleek and fuzzy. But it probably costs much more than one you can buy at Gabe’s for half the price.

58. Grace your home with this Cleveland Browns totem sculpture.

Yes, they make these. Might be appropriate for the Seahawks. Not sure for the Browns.

59. Putter up with these Cleveland Browns golf balls and tees.

Yes, more golf stuff. Yet, these are in green, brown, and white with the Browns logo.

60. Put your pizza in the oven with this Cleveland Browns pizza board.

You’re supposed to put a pizza on it. Other than that, I don’t see much purpose to it.

61. Hold up your pants with these Bengals suspenders.

I’m sure regular suspenders will do the job just as well. And for half the price.

62. This Bengals runner mat is just the ticket.

Since it resembles a ticket to a Bengals game. Not sure which is more expensive.

63. Take your things on the go with this rolling Bengals duffel bag.

Kind of give a new meaning to “carry-on” luggage. Wonder if there’s a plain one that’s cheaper.

64. Take your drink in style with this jeweled Bengals mug.

I’m not sure why this even exists. Because the jewels just makes it seem more ridiculous.

65. Make dinner time a first down with this Cincinnati Bengals knife set.

All of these are orange with stripes on it. Hope they’re not made out of plastic.

66. Looks like this Bengals fan groom is put on the old ball and chain.

This is a wedding cake topper with the old ball and chain. But it includes a Bengals helmet.

67. Spend countless hours assembling this Cleveland Browns puzzle.

Comprises of 500 pieces. Though I’d rather assemble a jigsaw puzzle from a different team.

68. Support your New England Patriots in this tie-dye T-shirt.

Not sure if tie dye goes well with football. Doesn’t seem to make sense.

69. Support your Cleveland Browns wherever you go with this wheeled suitcase.

It’s just a wheeled suitcase with a Browns logo on it. Hope it’s not for an away game.

70. This Cleveland Browns robot is a true champ.

Then again, being a Browns robot, I beg to differ. Since the Browns aren’t known for winning games.

71. You can go anywhere with this Cleveland Browns carry-on backpack.

So you can take it on a hike or on the airport floor. Though you’ll have better luck getting a cheaper model.

72. Seems like this zombie is a Rams fan.

It’s a Halloween garden decoration. And it mostly consists of a zombie hand holding the Rams logo.

73. With this Bengals purse, you can go anywhere.

You can wear it a couple different ways. Like on your shoulder or on your wrist.

74. Serve your tailgate grub on this Bengals platter.

It’s even shaped like a football for good measure. Will mostly have crackers, cheese, and lunch meat.

75. Pour yourself a glass a Hu-Dey Bengal beer.

Apparently, there’s a Bengal beer around. Not something you’d want at Heinz Field though.

76. Be the team chef in your kitchen with this Baltimore Ravens apron and hat.

I’m sure any fan would be wearing it at the grill. Though I’m not sure if the chef’s hat is necessary.

77. After a long golf match, cool off with this Cleveland Browns golf towel.

Not sure why anyone would use a golf towel. I mean it’s not the game that gives off a sweat save for walking between courses.

78. Make your house a home with some Baltimore Ravens carpet tiles.

Now I love the color purple. But I wouldn’t want a checked carpet with Ravens logo on it though.

79. Refresh your thirst with this Baltimore Ravens water bottle.

It’s a metal bottle with a Ravens label on it. Though I don’t think it contains water when they lose.

80. Be a pool hustler with this Baltimore Ravens cue stick.

Though I think regular cue sticks will work just as well. And be much cheaper.

NFL Fans Dressed and Ready for Game Day (Fourth Edition)

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Since NFL pre-season has started up again, it’s time for my August NFL posts which I do every year. While August may seem like a slow month since there’s no holidays, it’s actually one of my busier months with NFL and school looming along with the Renaissance Festival. Given that the NFL has gained a lot of notoriety with the anthem protests, CTE, pinkwashing, domestic violence and sexual assault handling, and so much more. And yet, people still watch the games and buy all the crap they sell. After all, it’s a great American tradition that people can’t get enough of since they love to cheer for the teams. Yet, I’m not interested in the play since it bores me despite that I played clarinet in marching band for 8 years. However, I do take great fascination with how some fans go all out at the game to support their team. I mean you have to see some of the most ridiculous costumes on them that make any Comic Con geek seem normal. Anyway, for your reading pleasure, I give you another treasure trove of crazy NFL fan costumes. Enjoy.

 

  1. Green men always support the Green Bay Packers.

Well, they’ve painted their faces green and their facial hair yellow. Though I do like the fringe on the left guy’s jacket.

2. Unfortunately, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is a Cleveland Browns fan.

Of course, he’s sad since his team doesn’t usually win. Because they’re the Cleveland Browns.

3. Someone’s hair is all charged up.

Actually, I’m not sure if it’s his hair or a hat. While the woman he’s with has a mask.

4. Like Buffalo Bills? Say hello to the Buffalo Bunnies!

The Buffalo Bills are another team that doesn’t win games. Yet, I would pay to see these guys any day.

5. You can always see a man in orange from a mile away.

Then again, he’s a Denver Broncos fan who’d get lost in sea of that color. Still, like his hat.

6. This Texan never leaves home without a sombrero and luchador mask.

Well, he’s a Houston Texans fan. But you couldn’t even guess who he is.

7. Sombreros should always come with a face mask.

However, since they’re Oakland Raiders fans, this is quite tame. Since Raiders fans are among some the most flamboyant.

8. No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, there’s at least something Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton can agree on.

Those are just paper cutouts of them used by Arizona Cardinals fans. Nonetheless, this is hilarious.

9. Apparently, the Raiders madness starts young.

This kid is in skull makeup with spikes on his arms. His costume will get more ridiculous as he gets older.

10. These guys support their team without their shirts.

They even have Bills logo painted on their chest. And wear blue buffalo hats. Okay, bison hats.

11. Is that a hat of Big Ben on his head?

Must’ve been for a game in London. The NFL seems to hold one there once every year.

12. These Eagles fans always know how to spread their wings.

They’re even dressed like Eagles. At least with the hats and feathered sleeves.

13. Guess this Santa’s helper is a Browns’ fan.

Still, you have to admire his team loyalty given the Browns’ track record. Yet the costume is ridiculous.

14. Batman is in the stands with his bandito friend.

These are Buffalo Bills fans as you see. Yet, I think Batman would be more of a Giants and Jets fan. Since Gotham is New York City.

15. Hope you can bear it with this Seahawks fan.

Lo and behold, he’s wearing a bear hat with Skittles on its mouth. Not sure about the significance.

16. These Redskins fans have something to toot about at their game.

Yes, they seem like normal fans in their jerseys. Except that one of them has a giant red football covering a sousaphone.

17. In Pittsburgh, Steeler fandom always starts in the delivery room.

Magee Women’s Hospital has a tradition with covering newborns with Terrible Towels. Though it won’t be long till this little one watches a Steeler game for the first time.

18. A striped beard is always a must for a Bengals fan.

Though you have to admire his effort. Yet, this is quite outlandish if you ask me.

19. This Raiders fan has her share of skulls on her chains.

Her hat even has swords on top. But yes, the outfit is kind of disturbing if you’re not familiar with Raiders fans.

20. “Wanna see my chains?”

And I see he’s with his daughter for the tailgate party. So don’t mind the silver skull mask and mohawk.

21. Guess this is a Chargers white out game.

Yet, these guys seem to take “white out” a bit too far. But at least their hard hats match.

22. For his Bills, this man bares all.

Wonder if he’s in the Polar Bear Club. Cause everyone else around him is wearing a coat and he’s not even wearing a shirt.

23. These superheroes are super fans of the New York Giants.

They even wear blue hair to match their outfits. And yes, they’re super powered up for the game.

24. This Dallas Cowboy fan doesn’t think well of the refs on Thanksgiving.

Though I really like the turkey hat. Actually kind of amusing if you ask me.

25. This Detroit Lions fan is ready for a turkey anytime.

Wonder if he’s wearing that hat for a Thanksgiving game. Then again, wonder why he’d be at the stadium on Thanksgiving.

26. This Atlanta Falcons showgirl always comes in full feathers.

She even wears a red wig and jeweled body suit. But she always tries to get an audience from the stands.

27. Didn’t know that Rumpelstiltskin was a Denver Broncos fan.

Well, his pointy ears seem like a dead giveaway here. Though his beard is much shorter than I thought it would be.

28. Seems like this Raiders fan is doing a voodoo dance of some sort.

Yeah, she may look pretty scary. But I’m sure she won’t harm anyone, Just a very big Raiders fan.

29. This Bills fans is all blue in the horns.

Though his team barely wins given the Bills’ track record. Still, at least it’s not as outlandish as some of the other costumes on this post.

30. These red Texans always back the defense.

They even wear horns on their red cowboy hats. Yet, they intend to support their team.

31. This skeleton face Browns’ fan will haunt your dreams.

If the Browns don’t win, he’ll sure to make the players’ lives a nightmare. Unfortunately, this happens quite often during the season.

32. This Stormtrooper supports his New England Patriots all the way.

Here he is in front of a flag in the background. But always finds time to serve his Galactic Empire.

33. This man wears his support for the Broncos on his hair.

Basically has “Go Broncos” on his mohawk. I know it’s batshit crazy. But it’s a free country.

34. Man, those are really large pendants.

Wonder if those Texan logos make their necks sore. But so far, they don’t seem to mind.

35. This bony skeleton man’s head is spiked for the Raiders.

Raiders fans can have a lot of costumes suited better for Halloween. Yet, I have to admit, he’s certainly intimidating.

36. Seems like I’ve found a real Kansas City Chief.

Well, fire chief anyway. Still, I don’t think he’ll be handy if there’s a fire in the stadium.

37. Speaking of firemen, I don’t think this Raider has much interest to extinguish the flames.

Mostly since he’s wearing skulls and spikes. Also, he sports some villainous makeup and a goatee.

38. In Chicago, the bear eats the cheese.

Though I don’t think cheeses bleed. Yet, I understand the Bears and Packers are intense rivals.

39. Seems like Darth Maul has a message for the New Orleans Saints.

Still, I don’t know what he means by that. Since I live in Western PA and don’t pay attention to sports.

40. These Rams fans plead their team to return.

They’re even wearing horned hats. And yes, the Rams came back to Los Angeles.

41. And so shall it sit on the helmet evermore.

You can guess this is a Ravens fan. Not sure how he gets through the doorway.

42. This Ravens fan is always up for the fun.

Here he wears a jester hat with his Mardi Gras beads. Not sure about the makeup but at least he keeps it from being blackface.

43. This Bills fan is bummed in a blue buffalo headdress.

What do you expect, the Bills aren’t a winning team in the NFL. Still, the headdress seems straight out of Dr. Seuss.

44. These Texans fans just want to stay incognito.

Since they all have paper bags on their heads for some reason. Yet, I really don’t know anyone on these fan posts anyway.

45. While some Buffalo Bills fans have horns, these guys wear wings.

Well, Buffalo wing hats as you see. Nonetheless, this is pretty clever.

46. Seems like green hair is all the rage in Seattle.

He wears a mohawk and goatee. She has a pair of green braids.

47. All hail the mighty Cheese King!

Okay, he’s just a wildly dressed Green Bay Packers fans. Yet, I’m sure he’s going to Comic Con afterwards.

48. This Raiders fan has a skull face you won’t forget.

Wonder if it’s for Day of the Dead. Then again, any Raiders game seems like a Day of the Dead celebration.

49. Apparently, a coconut bra and grass skirt is all you need for a Steelers game.

Either she doesn’t live in Pittsburgh or she’s at a pre-season game. Cause it’s not suited for increment weather.

50. You shouldn’t underestimate this Texans fan’s chains.

He even has a boa for extra touch for some reason. Still, what’s with the large pendant with eyes?

51. This Tennessee Titans fan comes with titan heroics.

Here he is wearing a luchador mask and standing like a superhero. Though he’s only here to support his team.

52. Seems like this king has an epic proclamation.

Okay, he’s just a Dallas Cowboys fan. And no, they aren’t America’s team and never will be!

53. This Baltimore Ravens fan is fired up for the game.

He’s even wearing a fireman’s hat. Yet, this getup seems tame compared to the others.

54. You can’t be a Seahawks fan without a boa and cowboy hat.

Though she also decorates her hat with pins and Mardi Gras beads. Also, paints her face.

55. Seems like Philadelphia has gone to the dogs.

Well, he’s wearing a dog mask. But I hear he’s a good boy.

56. These Oaktown Pirates look for a hearty good time.

Compared to the other Raider fans, this is tame. And yet, they hang out in a bar.

57. I guess these are real San Francisco 49ers.

Well, the team was named after these miners during the Gold Rush. Yet, many of them didn’t really find much gold.

58. Seems like everything’s frozen over in Green Bay.

Actually, that’s just his outfit. But indeed, he appears covered in ice.

59. Bird Lady always dresses in her best for the Atlanta Falcons.

And she wears red with boas for good measure. She even wears a red wig.

60. Apparently, the jet matches the jersey.

Yet, this New York Jets fan doesn’t seem to have a good time. Yet, the jet hat is kind of hilarious.

61. This white dog always likes to party.

Yes, that’s another dog head fan for the Philadelphia Eagles. Yet, this one seems to resemble a poodle.

62. Don’t leave home without your Seahawks feather headdress.

Sure the feathers may be fake. But they’re nonetheless ridiculous as can be.

63. Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you the Amazing Soltar.

Okay, I’m not sure who this guy is. But I know he’s an Eagles fan and his outfit is ridiculous.

64. This rooster roots for the Seattle Seahawks.

Then again, seahawks are known to eat fish. Still, chickens usually aren’t blue and green.

65. Seems like Beetlejuice has a wife.

Okay, he actually doesn’t. This couple is just wearing the same costume to support the Raiders.

66. A true Seahawks fan wears a green mohawk and beard.

And yes, his hairstyle is quite amazing. He also painted his face blue, too.

67. This Giants fan brings all his own plates.

Well, license plates, anyway. And yes, they go down to outside the stands.

68. Of course, the Buffalo Bills fans can match in the outlandish hair department.

Here they sit on the stands with their large logo pendants and buffalo hats. Even wear feather boas to match.

69. There’s more than one kind of cheese hat.

There are cheese fire and police hats as well as a crowns. One even has a belt. Also like the beards.

70. Got a Carolina Panther on your hat?

He even wears blue and black makeup. But the panther is plush by the way.

71. A man’s beard should be in his NFL team colors.

And I see this guy is a Redskins fan. Yet, at least he wears a bandana to match. Oh, wait, that’s his real hair.

72. Apparently, Darth Vader is on the Arizona Cardinals side of the Force.

He even has his helmet painted in Cardinals colors. Don’t insult his costume or he’ll force choke you.

73. A Miami Dolphins fans should always wear a fin.

He even has a fin shield to protect himself. Still, he kind of looks pretty silly.

74. This Raiders woman is rather transparent.

And she doesn’t have much to show for it other than a Raiders logo on her boobs. But at least she’s wearing a jacket.

75. These guys would go all out for their Detroit Lions.

They’re in lion suits and have rubber chickens with them. Still, Lions aren’t known for their track record.

76. Before a Buffalo Bills game, this man gets his poncho on.

He even wears a sombrero with a luchador mask. Yes, these Buffalo Bills fans seem kind of crazy.

77. This Bengals fan comes all out in stripes.

This guy has large Bengal cowboy hat with stripes. And yes, he looks really ridiculous.

78. This Kansas City Chef would like to serve some Chiefs burgers.

Bet you he’s a tailgate party chef. So I guess he’ll have arrow head burgers.

79. “Why so serious?”

Seems like the Joker is a New Orleans Saints fan. Not surprising since he could fit right in at a Mardi Gras parade.

80. Apparently, Wendell wasn’t happy with his Chiefs.

Yeah, I don’t get with the red pigtails. Guess it goes well with the outfit.

81. This old super 49ers fan loves taking to his banjo.

Not sure if superhero outfits and banjos go together. Then again, whatever works.

82. Didn’t know that Optimis Prime was an Indianapolis Colts fan.

Seems to have Colts stuff all over his room and himself. Well, Transformers can be sports fans, too.

83. With Raiders fans, it’s all in the family.

They’re just wearing the logos. And yes, the baby’s wearing one, too.

84. It always helps to have a snazzy hat.

He’s a limo driver by the way and supports his Denver Broncos. But the hat must’ve cost a fortune.

85. Hat Man always turns out for his team.

The top hat’s crocheted for his Denver Broncos. He also has an orange and blue jacket to match.

86. Even the horses get into supporting the Seattle Seahawks.

Guess someone must have had too much time on their hands. Still, you have to give them an A for effort.

87. This little Raider boy has already got 2 skulls.

Yes, this is another young Raider fan. And he sure looks quite fierce.

88. You can barely see these Denver Broncos fans.

They’re just dressed as a couple of mounds. Wonder how they go to the bathroom in those outfits.

89. This Seahawks fan always looks dashing as a charro.

Well, he certainly looks snazzy. With a jacket and he’d look just like one of the Three Amigos.

90. Is that Elvis with Jimi Hendrix?

Actually, they’re just a couple of New Orleans Saints Fans. But they’ll get an audience once they’ve left the building.

91. The Keith Raider Crusaders strikes for the Oakland Raiders.

Fortunately, he’ll be on his way to the Renaissance Festival after the game. That or a dragon to slay.

92. This pirate lass stumps for her Atlanta Falcons.

She even has a hat and some boas and ribbons to decorate. And here she puts a foot on one of the Saints.

93. These Pilgrims have come to see their Detroit Lions.

Funny, you’d think they’d be Patriot fans since they lived in New England. Then again, the Lions usually play on Thanksgiving anyway.

94. This Minnesota Viking fan doesn’t mind a pink boa once in awhile.

Yes, he kind of seems like a juggalo. But he’s certainly fabulous.

95. A father always has to show his daughter how to love her Viking team.

Dad wears a Viking helmet with a yarn beard. The girl has long yellow braids.

96. Did that Patriots fan just lose his head?

Must be some kind of Halloween costume. Then again, it’s kind of creepy.

97. Nothing can stop these Redskins superfans.

Unless it means changing the Redskins name to appease Native Americans. Still, I think a name change is extremely necessary.

98. The Grinch is all pumped up for the Tennessee Titans.

Bet this is for Christmas. And yes, the Grinch will eventually make out with everything afterwards.

99. Mr. Beardo isn’t afraid to show it all.

And it seems like he’s a New York Giants fan. Also, may have too much time on his hands.

100. Seems like the Dark Knight of Gotham goes for New Orleans this time.

Well, at least the team colors go with his outfit. Yet, wait until he finds the Joker in the stadium.

Touchdown with These Super Bowl Sunday Party Treats (Fourth Edition)

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Now that we’re in the first days of 2018, it’s now time for NFL playoff season. During this time, the best NFL teams play each other to determine who will compete in the Super Bowl in February. Now for those who don’t live in the United States, the Super Bowl is an incredibly significant time of year in this country. There is no sporting event that receives more buzz or TV ratings than this game. Though I usually don’t watch the Super Bowl unless the Pittsburgh Steelers are playing in it. Mostly because as a resident of the Greater Pittsburgh area, I basically have to since everyone else mostly does where I live. Though if the Steeler face the New England Patriots, let’s hope a bad ref call doesn’t lead to them losing. Anyway, it’s quite common for people to hold Super Bowl parties with all kinds of food which is where I come in. So for your reading pleasure, I give you yet another assortment of Super Bowl treats. Enjoy.

  1. Nothing makes the New Olreans Saints go marching in like these cookies.

Okay, maybe not. But these are certainly professionally made. Consist of a helmet, jersey, fleur de lis, football field, and football.

2. Your Super Bowl guests will delight in these football brownie bites.

Well, these bites are shaped like a football. Or closest thing you can get to a football via brownie bites.

3. Make your tailgate buffet complete with these football French fries.

Surprised why we don’t serve these during the regular season. Then again, regular french fries are usually a football staple anyway.

4. Nobody can resist a peanut butter football.

It’s even covered with sprinkles with icing for the lines. Comes with vanilla wafers and meant for a dessert platter.

5. Care for some football Oreos?

If you’re not into party planning, these are the perfect Super Bowl treats to make. Just put the stitches on the Oreos.

6. These snackadium has all the goodies.

This was for the 2012 Super Bowl XLVI which had the New York Giants and the New England Patriots. Giants won by the way.

7. This snackadium contains plenty of buns.

Yes, I put a lot of these snackadiums on my Super Bowl treat posts. And yes, the can be quite elaborate.

8. Instead of an appetizer platter, how about snack tray cookies?

There basically tailgate snacks in sugar cookie form. But unlike the real items, they all taste the same.

9. Spice up your big game party with these jalepeno cornbread footballs.

Not sure if I’d want to eat one of these. Might set my mouth on fire.

10. No Packers party can do without some guacamole.

This one has multiple layers. And in true Green Bay fashion, it’s covered with cheese.

11. Celebrate the Carolina Panthers with a Cam Newton cake.

Yes, this was for a birthday. Still, we all know that last time they were in the Super Bowl, the Denver Broncos beat them.

12. Chocolate football pretzels make a great game day treat.

Yes, they’re supposed to resemble little footballs. But they all have a chocolate frame and white stitches.

13. Treat yourself to some Dallas Cowboys strawberries.

Hey, they beat the Steelers in the Super Bowl during the 1990s. And they tend to be contenders in the playoffs. So it’s only fair.

14. Packers fans would surely want a cheese cake on their dessert platter.

Well, a cake that resembles cheese. Since Packers fans call themselves Cheeseheads.

15. You’ll find these brownies on the 50 yard line.

Since they’re 50 Yard Line brownies. And yes, they’re covered in green sprinkles.

16. It’s no New Orleans Saints party without these cookies.

Yes, these are another batch of Saints cookies. But they did win a Super Bowl sometime in the 2000s. So it’s fair.

17. A big Steeler football game should always have a cake like this.

It’s a Steeler football cake. And yes, it’s decked in black and gold.

18. For healthy options, you might want this helmet fruit salad.

The fruit is stored in these watermelon helmets and a tray. Perfect for any Super Bowl party.

19. Perhaps you might want a stadium with sandwiches.

Well, this is a small scale snackadium as you see. Yet, the field is made out of guacamole.

20. You’ll score a touchdown with this fruit salad.

This is a fruit salad with a watermelon field. Consists of a football and goal posts, by the way.

21. There’s no better Super Bowl snack than chocolate football potato chips.

Okay, I think cover potato chips covered in chocolate is disgusting. But, hey, to each his own.

22. Nobody could resist these Rice Krispie treats in Arizona.

Well, these are undoubtedly professionally made. But Cardinals fans will sure chirp for them.

23. This Denver Broncos cake is a Super Bowl sensation.

Well, if Denver does make the Super Bowl. But this cake is quite spectacular.

24. No Super Bowl party is complete without a Pepsi snackadium.

Though I never drink Pepsi or any kind of pop. Still, you’ll find all the goodies in the stands.

25. Use these football buns for your game day burger.

Surprised that you don’t see these buns too often. Then again, regular buns work just as well.

26. This Saints cake makes a fine addition to any New Orleans dessert platter.

And if they don’t make the Super Bowl, you can use this cake for Mardi Gras. Since it’s a huge thing in that area.

27. Help yourself to these football hoagies.

These all have cheese for the stitches on top. But they contain whatever you expect for a sandwich.

28. A San Francisco 49ers snackadium should always contain gummy bears.

Though these contain vodka. so they’re definitely not for anyone under 21. Just warning you.

29. Care for a ref shirt cake on your game day dessert platter?

Not sure if this is a popular choice giving refs’ reputations. But yes, this does exist.

30. No one in Washington state should go without these Seattle Seahawks cookies.

All these depict the green Seahawk eyes. However, we all know the team ripped off their logo from Pacific Northwest Coast Native American totem art.

31. A football crepe cake should always be a seven layer dip.

Though how people eat this, I have no idea. Cause this is between a dip, a cake, and a sandwich.

32. A football snack platter should always include pretzels.

Well, flattened pretzel chips, anyway. But you still have the pepperoni pigskin and cheese.

33. Sit back for the big game with these Atlanta Falcons jello shots.

Because if they contain alcohol, then these will come in handy if your team loses to the Patriots within the final moments of the Super Bowl game. Like last year.

34. Support your Pittsburgh Steelers with this black and gold cake.

This is kind of shaped like a football. But it’s decked in black and gold stripes.

35. Care for some Seattle Seahawks jello shots?

Well, these are in Seahawks colors. Though always ask the host whether they contain alcohol before your kids get a hold of them.

36. You’d have to be mad not to like these football brownies.

The footballs are chocolate while the turf is icing. So I guess the brownie is dirt.

37. These football potatoes come stuffed with guacamole and veggies.

Not necessarily potatoes I’d eat. But they’ll probably be a hit at most Super Bowl parties.

38. Feel free to try some carrots on this football veggie tree.

This one has pea pods for football stitching. Yet, go ahead to try some baby carrots on this pigskin.

39. This snackadium comes with paper plates on the side.

Well, at least they come with stuff you can put the food on and wipe your face. Still, the stands have plenty of food.

40. These football pizzas can always use a bit more pizzazz.

So that’s why they have veggies on them. Make sense. Still, at least the stitching is made of cheese.

41. Might want to know how the game’s going between the baby carrots and cherry tomatoes.

Well, this is a stadium veggie tray. It’s like a snackadium but with healthier food.

42. These football brownies contain a Reese’s pieces surprise.

Not sure how they can be cooked into the brownies intact. But they sure look delicious.

43. Perhaps an empty guacamole field may suit you.

This one mostly consists of a guac dip field and Cheez-Its. Perfect for any platter at the big game.

44. I’m sure no one in San Francisco can resist these cupcakes.

Since these are 49ers football cupcakes. All have red icing and a gold football on top. Though the chocolate ones may take a knee against police brutality(okay, that turned out wrong).

45. These helmet taco treats come bite size.

Not sure how they make these. But if I wanted a taco, I’ll just take a taco.

46. Cowboys fans would adore this Dallas star cake.

Though a Patriot-Cowboy Super Bowl would fill my dad with dread. Since he hates both of these teams the most.

47. You’ll find plenty of cupcakes inside this snackadium.

This one was for the Steelers-Packers game back in 2011. Sure the Steelers lost, but whatever. Wasn’t like they were against Dallas.

48. There are no bad calls from these ref peanut cookies.

Well, at least they’re filled with peanut buttery goodness. So even if they rule out a game winning touchdown, you can eat them.

49. Try these cheeseburger cupcakes on any game day dessert platter.

These contain a chocolate cookie as a burger. The other toppings are pure icing.

50. A Seahawks cake like this can be a Super Bowl spectacle.

Yes, it has the Vince Lombardi trophy on top. Still, save it for the after party if the Seahawks make it that far.

51. Bet you didn’t expect a chocolate surprise from this football cake.

These have egg candies in them since they resemble footballs. Not sure how they pull that off.

52. Perhaps you might want to serve food in a wooden stadium.

Well, at least you can resuse this every year and on multiple occasions. Still, you have to wonder how much of the food gets wasted.

53. You can’t have a Super Bowl party without these pizzas.

These are from DiGiorno by the way. And each has a football theme for your party.

54. Care for some football toast?

This just consists of pumpernickel footballs with cheese and pepper slices on it. Simple as that.

55. You’d find a cheesy pigskin on this snack platter.

These are all arranged on layers in a football with the cheese stitches on top. The goal post is the dip tray, by the way.

56. Check out the plays on these brownies.

Well, they sure look like plays. Yet, you can’t really tell that these are food save by the Hungry Happenings caption.

57. Nothing makes a Super Bowl lunch like these pigskn paninis.

It’s just a sandwich on football shaped pumpernickel bread. Not my cup of tea, but I’m sure someone would enjoy it.

58. No snack tray should be complete without some toasted footballs.

Because they always go well with veggies and ranch dip. And your guests would love them, too.

59. Your guests will be impressed with these small hotdog rolls.

Well, these are rather small rolls with more bread on them than hotdog. But that’s beside the point. Still, the middle has mustard stitching.

60. Feel the Pittsburgh steel with these Steelers lemon bars.

Not a fan of lemon, thank you very much. But these still have the Steeler spirit on them.

61. Get a load of these slider cakes.

Yes, these are cheeseburger cakes. But they nonetheless look as tasty as the real things.

62. Always use green and yellow bell peppers for Green Bay.

I bet this is a supermarket display. But it’s nonetheless quite clever. Someone must be starving for customers.

63. Apparently, this cake doesn’t have much air.

Yes, it’s another deflate cake. Nevertheless, as long as Tom Brady’s a Patriot, I always have to include one of these.

64. Treat yourself to the big game with these football Rice Krispie Treats.

These have chocolate and icing on top to resemble footballs. Guaranteed to melt in your mouth.

65. You can’t go wrong with a Baltimore Ravens cake for the big game.

Though while the Ravens have one 2 Super Bowls, they’re not known for their players’ upstanding conduct. In fact, Ray Lewis has as many Super Bowl rings and murder indictments.

66. A Packers fan would certainly rave about this helmet cake.

Sure it doesn’t exactly resemble a helmet. But if it’s tastes good, it shouldn’t matter much.

67. Your guests would adore these Baltimore Ravens jersey cookies.

Includes jerseys of Ray Rice and Ray Lewis. You know the guy who was caught on camera beating his wife and the guy accused of killing two people.

68. This Dallas Cowboy star cake comes with plenty of football strawberries.

Still, the Dallas Cowboys are as beloved in the US as they are hated. But America’s football team, they are not.

69. You can feel the black and gold with this Steeler snackadium.

Well, this doesn’t seem to take much time and effort. Great a smaller party.

70. These New England Patriot cookies come well stamped.

Well, I had to put the Patriots in somewhere. Still, they’re a bunch of cheaters and shouldn’t have one against the Steelers. I mean it was a touchdown.

Not Licensed by the NFL Professional Football Craft Projects (Third Edition)

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Now that I got the NFL merchandise done, it’s on to crafts, which might make the NFL very angry. Since I’m sure a lot of the stuff isn’t licensed and they’re rather particular on that. Nevertheless, while there are some fans who don costumes and buy tons of overpriced crap, there is a segment of fans who make things for themselves, Etsy, or Pinterest. And yes, NFL craft projects do exist. Just ask embroiderer and LA Rams linebacker Rosie Greer. Besides, there are plenty of women football fans and other men who like doing crafts. Still, the fan map is a bit off since the Raiders moved to Vegas while the Chargers and Rams moved to LA. But this was made years ago. This is one of the easier posts in my NFL bunch since I already have plenty saved from previous years. So for your reading pleasure, I give you another assortment of NFL crafts from the fans.

  1. May your New York Giants glass block always shine bright.

This one has a decal. Still, I haven’t put a lot of Giants stuff on my post for some reason. Maybe it’s because I don’t see much of it.

2. Nobody could resist this Pittsburgh Steelers flower pot guy.

Because he’s made of flower pots. But he has fake black and gold flowers for hair. So cute.

3. Any fan should enjoy this old timey Steeler sign.

As you can see, this is a wooden panel painted yellow with the Steelers name and logo. Great for any fancy house.

4. A Christian home always roots for the Houston Texans.

Okay, I’m kidding about that. But this is a Houston Texans cross.

5. An Indianapolis Colts bottle lamp can lighten up any game day.

It’s blue with silver ribbons. Mainly because the Colts’ colors are blue and white.

6. Grace your front door this season with an evergreen Baltimore Ravens wreath.

Even has purple lights. So you can even use it for Halloween and Christmas.

7. Show your love for your team with a New England Patriots charm bracelet.

Funny how it doesn’t contain a deflated football and a hidden camera. Because that’s what we remember the Patriots for.

8. A Seattle Seahawks stained glass bottle makes a fine gift.

Sure I had posts of similar bottles before. But it’s not meant for drinking. But great for display on a mantle.

9. No NFL home is complete without a Dallas Cowboys decomesh wreath.

It has a sparkly star in the center. Not to mention, you have to admire the blue and white ribbons.

10. For those Indiana proud, you might want to go for Colts palette.

After all, the Colts are the only NFL team in Indiana. And yes, it’s blue with a horseshoe on it.

11. For your game day, this Steelers tulle wreath will do quite nicely.

This one has black and gold tulle with some roses meant to resemble some of the stars in the logo. All in all, a gift for a true Steeler fan.

12. For a New Orleans Saints fan, Louisiana is black and white.

Well, also has a gold Fleur de Lis and “Who Dat.” And Louisiana is covered in a zigzag pattern.

13. This Green Bay Packers bottle light will keep your room lit during the game.

This stained glass bottle lamp is more artisically deisgned. But it nevertheless has a large “G” on it.

14. Cheer for your home team with these Seattle Seahawks pom poms.

These are made from tulle and ribbons. And yes, you can make wreaths from the same materials.

15. A burlap Indiana Colts wreath should make a fine addition to your home.

This one is in blue and white burlap with a Colts flag in the center. Perfect for a game day in Indianapolis.

16. These Pittsburgh Steeler snowmen are always a wintry delight.

These consists of small beams of snowmen with cloth Steeler hats. So cute.

17. Always keep warm with these crocheted Indianapolis Colts headbands.

Both are in blue and white. One has a horseshoe. The other has a flower with a football at the center.

18. A Baltimore Ravens bottle light always shines bright.

And to believe it has some lights with a Ravens logo on it. The purple straw bow makes a nice touch.

19. You’d almost mistake this for an old Atlanta Falcons sign.

Too bad that team lost at the last minute to the Patriots at the Super Bowl. Still, this is a nice looking sign.

20. Make your little girl into a Tennessee Titan fan with a dress like this.

She even has a flower on the front of it. So adorable.

21. Perhaps a simple Baltimore Ravens wreath will do.

This is a yarn wreath with a black bird and a black football. The banner flags give it some original character.

22. A Jacksonville Jaguars decomesh wreath always gives an impression.

This one even has gold letters and a leopard skin ribbon. Since jaguars are technically leopards. Though doesn’t help the Jaguars improve their stats much.

23. This Green Bay Packers quilt has football in the squares.

Though I might’ve thought cheese would look more amusing. Since their fans wear cheese hats.

24. No tailgate party is complete without a Denver Broncos runner.

No, I talking about that runner. This is a table runner. And yes, it’s orange on the borders.

25. There’s always a special treat in a Seattle Seahawks candy jar.

This one has an open bowl on top of a flower pot. And yes, the Seahawks logo is on there.

26. Look festive for the game with these New England Patriots hair bows.

Let’s just say the last time I’d root for the New England Patriots were when they dumped a bunch of tea in a harbor. Other than that, these bows are adorable.

27. No Seahawks could ever resist this metal sign.

Sure it doesn’t have the Seahawk colors. But bare metal will do in this case.

28. There’s nothing more fitting for an Indianapolis Colts fan than a horseshoe wreath.

Decorated with blue and white ribbons to match team colors. Always hang right side up.

29. Be a New England kitchen maven in this Patriots apron.

Because if you root for cheaters, you might as well dress with style when making the snacks. Like the ribbon though.

30. A little Steeler cap should contain a little fringe.

Well, it’s yarn and part of this crocheted hat to substitute for fake hair. But it’s so cute.

31. Dallas Cowboy fans will adore this glass star.

Not sure how big this is supposed to be. But the star shines in all its Dallas glory.

32. Cuddle up for the game with this New England Patriots plaid blanket.

Basically it’s a plaid flannel blanket with Patriots logos on it. Also, the plaid is in red, white, and blue.

33. For Jewish Patriots fans, may I suggest this crocheted yamulke?

Even has a 6 pointed star in the middle. Though I don’t know if rooting for that team makes one a mensch.

34. Perhaps Dallas Cowboys fans might prefer this yarn wreath.

Contains a blue felt star in the center. Perfect for any Dallas home.

35. During the game, you can always snuggle with a Miami Dolphins pillow.

And it looks so fuzzy, too. Wouldn’t mind curling up with it. But the Dolphins aren’t my team.

36. If you love the Indianapolis Colts, you’ll adore this horseshoe light.

Because the Colts’ logo is a horseshoe. But must be good electronics to pull this off.

37. For added effect, you might want to go with a Dallas Cowboy pumpkin or two.

Seems like I get a lot of Dallas Cowboy stuff on my NFL blog posts. But this looks quite superb with the ribbons.

38. For some, this Arizona Cardinals mosaic is a masterpiece.

Almost resembles the logo. Got to admire the detail. I’m sure it fetches a high price on Etsy.

39. This San Diego Chargers quilt is all squared.

This one contains squares of white, yellow, light blue, and dark blue. And the Chargers just moved to LA.

40. No Steeler fan can be without this metal hanging.

Yes, the Steelers certainly are men of steel. Though how much longer they can be with Big Ben is the question.

41. Seems like this Dallas Cowboys pot guy has a conifer head.

Yes, it’s another flower pot guy. But this one actually has branches and pinecones on its head. Adorable.

42. These Baltimore Ravens bottles are always part of the highlights.

These ones are painted with the logos. One is purple while two are gold.

43. There’s always something a bit twisted with this Pittsburgh Steeler wreath.

Yes, it’s a cloth wreath of black and gold. But I do like the shiny black bow behind the Steelers logo.

44. There’s a bright light in this Dallas Cowboy glass block.

Though I do like the decomesh bow decor on this. Still, they Cowboys aren’t America’s football team by a longshot.

45. This Detroit Lion is comprised of license plates.

This one depicts Michigan on it. Though we have to acknowledge that the Detroit Lions are one of the worst performing teams in the NFL.

46. You can always keep yourself warm in this Baltimore Ravens blanket.

One side has the Ravens logo. The other side is purple. Also fuzzy.

47. This Seahawks blankie is all decked with stars.

You can tell it’s a Seahawks blanket by the colors. And yes, each square is crocheted.

48. On cold games, you might want to snuggle with a Denver Broncos blanket throw.

This one is checked in orange and blue squares. Still, seems cozy if you ask me.

49. Relax during the big game tailgate party in this Pittsburgh Steelers lawn chair.

This one is painted yellow with a black back. And it has yellow lines to imitate a spark.

50. Any Indianapolis Colts fan would love to have a decomesh horseshoe on their door.

This is a blue horseshoe with white holes on it. And yes, the horseshoe is right side up.

51. You’d almost think this was a welcome hanger at some bar.

It’s actually a New Orleans Saints decoration. Not really sure what it’s made of. But you have to admire the artistry.

52. This Pittsburgh Steeler dog bed is fit for a champion.

It’s just a flat pillow that’s used for a small dog. Not sure if it’s thrilled with its bed.

53. Hang your coats on this Miami Dolphins rack.

Sure it might resemble something you’d see from a kid’s room. But it’s something even an adult would want. Though the only coats Dolphins fans would wear are windbreakers and rain slickers.

54. A Minnesota kitchen maven must have her own Vikings apron.

It even has a Vikings rose pin. You also have to like the light purple ribbon and frills.

55. Might want to check out this jeweled Baltimore Raven.

Think this might be a pin. The beak has some gold stones on it which is kind of strange.

56. A Seahawks wreath should always have some pom pom flowers.

It’s a yarn wreath with a Seahawk on it, by the way. Though bright green is employed in Seahawks gear, it’s only an accent color on the logo.

57. From socks, you can make your own Seattle Seahawks snowmen.

They even have their own hats, scarves, and buttons. So adorable you just want to hug them.

58. An Oakland Raiders fan would see this mosaic as a work of art.

It says “Raider Nation” around the circumference. Too bad the team’s moving to Vegas.

59. Speaking of art, this is almost a New England Patriot masterpiece.

It’s certainly well painted. Say what you want about New England, but this is quite good.

60. You can be Pittsburgh Steeler proud with this beaded pendant.

This one seems well made. Must take a lot of time. But the logo’s right.

61. For good luck, a Colts fan should hang this horseshoe.

It’s a silver horseshoe with a blue ribbon going through it. Easy as pie.

62. With this Seahawks pot, who knows what you’ll grow?

This one has 4 flower pots stacked against each other. 3 have Seahawks colors. The top one is a football.

63. A Patriots fan would want to have this mosaic on their wall.

This one is of the Patriots logo in blue, white, red, and silver stones. No deflated footballs were involved.

64. This crocheted Miami Dolphins cap will protect you from the cold.

Wonder when a Dolphins fan would wear this. Because isn’t southern Florida notoriously hot?

65. Even the birds seem to be Colts fans.

Well, this one is quite small. But it’s nevertheless, well painted and cozy.

66. Enjoy hours of fun with this San Diego Chargers car.

It’s just a wooden lightning bold car with wheels. May not go fast. But it’s adorable.

67. All little girls would want to wear a Jacksonville Jaguars dress.

It’s a little blue and leopard printed dress with the logo on the chest. So adorable.

68. No one could get married in Arizona without a crocheted Cardinals garter.

Yes, it kind of looks ridiculous. But it seems DIY so it goes on the post.

69. Welcome guests to the Sunday game with this Baltimore Ravens decomesh wreath.

This one has a Ravens ribbon all over the purple and black. Also doubles as a Halloween wreath.

70. Something’s growing from this Seahawks pot guy.

This one isn’t like the pot guy I showed last year. Since it has longer flower pot legs. But it’s so cute.

71. No little one could resist this San Diego Chargers bear quilt.

It has 3 bears on it long with 3 color squares. So cute.

72. You’ll always stun onlookers with these Seattle Seahawk earrings.

This one has long beads at the fringes. Of course, I couldn’t wear these if I wanted to.

73. Get baking the tailgate treats with your very own Pittsburgh Steelers oven mitt.

After all, it takes a champion to bake the best cakes and cookies. Pittsburgh is the city for them.

74. There’s something spinning within this Steelers suncatcher.

This one has the logo spinning with a football at a corner. I’m sure it’s a Pittsburgh delight.

75. Only the very best football fare should be served on a Steelers tray.

This is a wooden tray that’s painted in the black and gold. And yes it has the logo and helmet.

76. If you love the Denver Broncos, I’m sure you’d like this sign in your home.

Sure it doesn’t have the best paint job. But the horse certainly looks awesome.

77. Receive your mail on time in this New York Giants mailbox.

It has NY in red, white, and blue all over this ting. But it beats Patriot postings with a vengeance.

78. You won’t be in the dark with this New Orleans Saints bottle lamp.

You can tell by the Fleur de Lis on this. And it has a similar print on both top and bottom ribbons.

79. It’s always easy to enjoy an Oakland Raiders end table.

This one is painted in black and silver. Has the Raiders logo on both shelf and tabletop.

80. I guess this is the crocheted Viking hat for the stadium.

Comprises of a purple beanie and a yarn yellow beard. May not make you look like a Viking. But some may feel like a warrior.

The Interesting Life of NFL Merchandise (Third Edition)

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Of course, I’ve planned to do a another post on NFL merchandise. But I was greatly distracted thanks to a bunch of white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia. And I really couldn’t avoid doing a couple posts on that. So I had to put it off. Then again, out of all the NFL posts I do, the merchandise one is perhaps the one I least look forward to. Mainly because it’s difficult to find ridiculous NFL stuff on the internet and search engines don’t make it easier for me. But since the NFL would sell you jars of oxygen if they knew you’d buy them, I kind of have to get around to writing it somehow. Besides, they earn a shitload of money selling stuff to their fans. And their items are so often overpriced. So for your reading pleasure, I give you another installment of NFL merchandise

  1. You can really make football go to the dogs with Denver Broncos dog dishes.

Because I’m sure your dog really wants to eat from a Denver Broncos dish. At least I didn’t show the one for the Atlanta Falcons.

2. If you love the Dallas Cowboys, then you might like this desk caddy.

Sure it might not be the most ridiculous NFL gear. But I’m sure a regular desk caddy costs much less.

3. Be a Dallas Cowboy darling in this halter dress.

I’m sure any woman would be able to wear this only through September. Then again, Dallas is in the South. But the Cowboys have fans all over the country.

4. For the home viewing game experience, get yourself a Pittsburgh Steelers auditorium chair.

Comes with cup holders. Yet, doesn’t provide the kind of comfort you’d expect from a home recliner.

5. Kick back at tailgating in a San Francisco 49ers camp chair.

You can buy cheaper models without NFL logos on them. Besides, they’re not very comfortable anyway.

6. Tailgating is always great with a Detroit Lions condiment set.

So I guess one is for blue ketchup and the other is for Grey Poupon. You know I’d like my condiment bottles to be the color of what’s actually in them if they’re not transparent already.

7. Like pool games. Well, this field goal game from the Pittsburgh Steelers puts you in luck.

At least in this game, you don’t have to worry about footballs being deflated. Just the field goal floatie.

8. Keep your beer chilled for Sunday with this Dallas Cowboys mini fridge.

It even has a glass door so you can see the beverages. Probably costs about twice what you’d pay for a regular one.

9. A Dallas Cowboys sugar dispenser is just as sweet.

It’s just a container with a Dallas Cowboys logo on it. A plain one will only cost half of that at Big Lots.

10. Excited for the Super Bowl? Why not have it on your party gear?

To be fair, this is from two years ago. But still, I’m sure it’s a massive waste of money just the same. After all, these are disposable.

11. Keep your living room game day fresh with a New England Patriots electric scented candle.

After all, no New England Patriots likes nothing more than the smell of deflated footballs. Or at least if your name is Tom Brady.

12. Support your team on game day with a pair of Seattle Seahawks jersey earrings.

They even have glitter on them for extra sparkle. Because we all know women love shiny stuff.

13. Get yourself scrubbed clean in your very own Cleveland Browns tub.

I’m sure someone did it as a project. But really, would anyone want to have an NFL tub in their bathroom? No.

14. Girls, dress your American Girl Dolls in their very own NFL cheerleader outfit.

Pittsburgh Steelers outfit not included. Also, will result in your American Girl Doll being paid less than minimum wage, especially in the Dallas Cowboys outfit.

15. Heard of Elf on the Shelf? How about Tony Romo on the shelf?

So be good, kids, or Tony Romo will tell Santa on how you hated him dating Jessica Simpson. Still, this is incredibly creepy. Wonder what Romo’s own kids think of this.

16. Cuddle up Sunday with your very own New England Patriots plush hedgehog.

How appropriate that a team known for Deflategate has its very own plushie of a creature known for its spikes. Yet, on this one, the hair is fuzzy.

17. To keep warm in the stands, this Seattle Seahawks poncho is just for you.

Yes, it seems like it’s culturally appropriated from Pacific Northwest Coastal Indians (like its logo). And no, it won’t keep you dry in the rain.

18. A New England Patriots teddy bear is always your Sunday afternoon friend.

Yes, it’s adorable and sweet. But it doesn’t care whether or not its team cheats. Still, what’s with NFL teddy bears?

19. Be the life of the party at the game with this Pittsburgh Steelers pimp cup.

Sure it’s more of a prop than an actual drinking vessel. But some people might take offense.

20. Cheer for your NFL team in the cold with a pair of Green Bay Packers pom-pom gloves.

How are these practical? I don’t get it. When I wear gloves, I want to acutally hold things in my hand. Not deal with pom poms on the fingers.

21. Watch the game from the stands with a pair of Chicago Bears binoculars.

Chances are you’ll probably need them in the stadium. Since actually being there doesn’t give you the kind of experience a TV does.

22. Grace your patio with a Philadelphia Eagles glass table.

Because we all need a taste of NFL elegance. Until some drunk guy breaks it in two after the game.

23. Nothing makes a Sunday evening special like an NFL team fancy candle.

Do NFL fans even like fancy candles? Seriously, they really don’t seem to be in the spirit of football. More like someone you’d get for an office secret Santa.

24. Amuse yourself for hours with Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears checkers.

For football doesn’t translate as well in chess. Oh, wait they do actually have NFL chess sets? My mistake.

25. Make your holidays shine with a Cleveland Browns Christmas village set.

Includes a lot of stadium decoration and concession stand. But still, brown and orange are nowhere near festive. Also, the Browns aren’t known to be good.

26. This New England Patriots dog toy is Dine-o-Bite.

So they’re also selling dog toys? Also, I’m not really sure if a dynamite chew toy is a good idea. Not to mention, it’s probably overpriced.

27. Make your Easter worthwhile with a Green Bay Packers Easter egg decorating kit.

I can somewhat understand NFL football and the Christmas season. But NFL Easter stuff especially baffles me. Why?

28. Hope your kids are good with these NFL Elves on the Shelf watching them.

Okay, that’s really creepy. Even the regular Elf on the Shelf is kind of freaked out by now.

29. Be the game day darling at the stadium with a pair of Washington Redskins eyelashes and beauty marks.

Team eyelashes? That’s insane. I know the NFL is trying to appeal to women. But this is just utter lunacy.

30. Got pesky flies? A NFL team helmet fly swatter will help.

Despite that you can get fly swatters almost anywhere for almost nothing. So serious waste of money.

31.  Get your baby in the spirit of game day with a Miami Dolphins diaper cover.

After all, you want your baby’s diaper to match your team jersey. Also, this is probably made by someone.

32. A Denver Broncos garden gnome is perfect for any NFL patch.

I mean they have garden gnomes for basically everything. It was only a matter of time when the NFL got hold.

33. This Marshawn Lynch sweater is guaranteed to keep you cozy.

Did I say it’s for women and it has a shiny placard for his name. Marshawn Lynch must be rolling his eyes right now.

34. Get your own nails ready with this San Diego Chargers nail filing kit.

Includes two files and sets of lightning bolt cuticles. Not sure why anyone would want NFL nails in the first place.

35. You can always be stylish carrying a Detroit Lions purse around.

Because why should you carry an overpriced bag when a cheap plain purse would do? Also, available for men.

36. Check the precipitation with a Pittsburgh Steelers rain gauge.

Fitting, since the Pittsburgh area gets a lot or rain all year round. However, why the do they have NFL rain gauges?

37. Bring in chocolatey cheer with NFL Hershey Kisses Music Drops.

I don’t understand the concept behind these products. Don’t know why the hell they exist. So just don’t ask me.

38. Be the top office quarterback with your very own New York Giants stapler.

Now you can staple papers like Eli Manning. Okay, I know it doesn’t sound very glamorous.

39. Have yourself cremated and put into an Oakland Raiders urn.

Well, Raiders fans are known for morbid stuff. But the urn is just a little too much.

40. For Halloween, you can’t go without a Chicago Bears zombie gnome.

After all, you want zombies from your own team to haunt your garden. Not anyone else’s, right?

41. Nothing makes you a loyal fan like this Miami Dolphins hat.

For one, it’s plush so it’s guaranteed to make you sweat in Miami. Second, wearing it makes you look like a total idiot.

42. Hope you can be square with this New Orleans Saints end table.

Well, at least the Saints logo makes this table seem somewhat presentable in a living room. But perhaps so much more expensive.

43. Keep your drinks chilled with an inflatable field goal cooler.

Ice not included, by the way. Also, looks absolutely ridiculous even in outdoor settings.

44. When all goes wrong, you’ll have this plush Carolina Panthers superhero to the rescue.

It has a bill like a duck and ears like a monkey. But I’m sure your kids or your dog will love it.

45. Or if you’re into the Panthers, how about this Rhino superhero?

I don’t understand this one either. Seriously, if the Carolina Panthers want a plush superhero, how about a panther one? Because that would make more sense.

46. Open bottles of beer with this Oakland Raiders hip grip bottle opener.

Because there’s no better way to open a bottle of beer than near your crotch. Seriously, why?

47. Nothing’s better for the big day than a Miami Dolphins wedding cake topper.

This one has the groom dragging the bride. But most often it’s the other way around. Still, I’ll just let her keep her fantasies to herself, thanks.

48. Wake up in the morning to a cup from your San Francisco 49ers coffee machine.

You can buy regular coffee machine like this for cheap. Seriously, NFL merchandise is notoriously expensive.

49. Join Hello Kitty for Super Bowl XLIX.

Since what the hell does Hello Kitty have to do with NFL football? Oh, catering to girls, right?

50. A game day kitchen can’t go without Pittsburgh Steeler cabinet doors.

On second thought, it totally can. Besides, most cabinets aren’t shaped like that anymore either.

51. Celebrate the holidays with your very own Oakland Raiders mini Christmas tree.

Even has lights and Raider bows. And yes, it’s in black and silver glory.

52. When you turn a year older, you might want these on your cake.

Yes, these are birthday candles. And yes, they consist of wax footballs on toothpicks.

53. Keep your food fresh in these Oakland Raiders Tupperware containers.

Yes, store your food on some overpriced containers. Comes in 3 sizes.

54. Nothing brings you joy like a New England Patriots plush emoji.

This one means, “Hope they don’t find out about the deflated footballs.” Or “Thank God, I avoided that 4 game suspension.”

55. Plug in your appliances with a San Diego Chargers electrical outlet.

Fittingly, it’s shaped like a lightning bolt. And it has space for 4 outlets. Shocking.

56. Kick back and relax on your very own Oakland Raiders hammock.

Sure it might seem relaxing. Yet, it seems a bit tight for me.

57. Walk down the aisle for your reception with this Pittsburgh Steelers cake topper.

Luckily for my Mom, my parents married in June. Still, many can relate to this.

58. This Saint Louis Rams bottle stopper will keep your booze fresh.

Okay, so they moved to LA. Still, it’s quite a lot of money to pay for a stopper even if it has a helmet.

59. Grace your Christmas tree with this golden Miami Dolphins ornament.

It’s even in gold with shiny stones. I bet the gold and stones aren’t even real.

60. Have your little one take their first steps in these Kansas City Chief booties.

Yes, get your baby indoctrinated in NFL football with these cute little booties. Probably comes with a bib, too.

61. Afraid of the dark? Use this New England Patriots night sensing night light.

Available in 3 different colors. Great if you’re worried about Eli Manning in your closet.

62. Get moving in these Oakland Raiders skidders.

These are for children. Kind of seem like a hybrid of crocks and socks.

63. Put your craft beers together in this Saint Louis Rams craft beer flight.

That way, the beer you put on this thing will be your own. Even if it tastes like shit.

64. Look fabulous on game day with these Seattle Seahawks temporary tattoos.

You can put them all on your arm. And yes, they come in all kinds of styles.

65. This Carolina Panthers action snowman is pure winter fun.

I have absolutely no idea why this exists. This doesn’t make sense at all.

66. Hello Kitty loves her New England Patriots blanket.

Somehow a cute Japanese icon doesn’t go well with NFL football. Not sure why. Also, the Patriots are an unethical football team.

67. Keep yourself warm on cold games with this Green Bay Packers helmet hat.

Well, it looks warm enough. But guaranteed to make you look like an idiot.

68. Show your team love with a Pat the Patriot hat.

Okay, that’s kind of creepy. Maybe some mascot hats shouldn’t be made.

69. Light up your room with a Dallas Cowboys glass block lamp.

Not sure if a glass block lamp fits with the Dallas Cowboys. A cowboy boot lamp would make more sense.

70. Have your little one curl up with a New England Patriots snuggle bear.

Yes, the kind of bear you snuggle with when you spy on the other team players, deflate footballs, and knock out the opposing team’s radio reception. But this is adorable.

71. Make your bathroom sensational with these New England Patriots shower hooks.

I’m sure you can get regular shower hooks for half the price. Yet, if you want a cheater’s bathroom suite, be my guest.

72. Always look chic wearing this Atlanta Falcons bracelet.

Or a bracelet featuring a team that let you down. And notoriously expensive.

73. Cheer for your team with these Kansas City Chiefs gnome fans.

So gnomes paint their faces and chests, too. Yes, I know it’s ridiculous.

74. You can always pound it hard with a Houston Texans hammer.

Comes with extra decals that would jack up the price. And a blue and red football pattern handle to match.

75. Grace your front yard with a Kansas City Chiefs inflatable player.

I’ve seen a Pittsburgh Steeler inflatable near the covered bridge in my area. But it was in a different position.

76. You can always have spud fun with a Kansas City Chiefs Mr. Potato Head.

A Mr. Potato Head Kansas City Chiefs. Do they have those for everything? I’m confused.

77. Step into style in these sparkly Houston Texans tennis shoes.

Bling studded NFL shoes? Must cost a fortune. Sorry, but I think a pair $50 is a bit much.

78. Concentrate on your homework assignments with a Chicago Bears study buddy.

Odd, because don’t many of these players not study much in college? Since they don’t really have the time?

79. Relive the New England Patriots scoring the winning touchdown with this snow globe.

Great to rub it in your friends and relatives who don’t care for the Pats. And they wonder why the rest of the country doesn’t like them.

80. Put all your gear for tailgating in this Seattle Seahawks folding wagon.

I could really use this. Too bad this one probably costs an arm and a leg.

NFL Fans Dressed and Ready for Game Day (Third Edition)

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Here I sit on the swing with my Terrible Towel wearing my Steeler earrings and a jersey from my sister. And yes, I was sweating in it during the shoot.

While August may be a slow month for many, it’s certainly not for me. Mostly because there are so many things going on. For one, you have back to school season when the kids prepare to return to school. Then there’s the start of the football season which is huge in the Pittsburgh area as well as the rest of the United States. And since the Steelers are about to kick off today on their first preseason game, I might as well take care of my NFL stuff first. For the last 2 years I’ve don posts on football costumes, merchandise and crafts. Because while my dad may insist on watching his games, there are plenty of NFL fans far crazier than him or a lot of other people in my area. For instance, while my dad hasn’t been to Heinz Field, he’s totally okay about it. In fact, he’d rather watch his Steeler games on TV in the comfort of his own home anyway. At least he could go to the bathroom during a commercial break and get his own food from the kitchen. But if there was anything that would make the NFL football experience more worthwhile to me would be watching the fans. Since I find some of these fans’ outfits far more interesting than the game. So for your reading pleasure, I give you another assortment of crazy NFL fans in their team spirit gear.

  1. Undead skull man salutes his Oakland Raiders.

Too bad his team’s moving to Vegas. Makes me feel bad for the people of Oakland who seem to be among the most avid NFL fans in the country.

2. As a Dallas Cowboys fan, blue hair goes the extra mile.

He even has striped pants, a helmet, Cowboys tie, and face paint to match. Yet, he’s wearing a coat for the weather.

3. With two swords on his helmet, this guy’s in the Raider spirit of things.

Don’t worry, his head is fine. But I’m sure this will certainly get him noticed since his head resembles the logo. Sort of.

4. There’s something beaky about this Philadelphia Eagles fan.

Well, he has a beak nose on his helmet. Still, compared to other NFL fans on this post, this is tame.

5. Support your Denver Broncos with feathers, tulle, and a crazy hat.

Sure her costume seems to come from stuff she found at a craft store. But sometimes it’s the thought that counts.

6. Now we come to a true Dallas Cowboy.

This guy is know as Crazy Ray. Of course, his costume isn’t as outlandish as some of these other NFL fans. And it’s rather appropriate.

7. If you’re a Houston Texan fan, you got to have horns.

And I see these guys may wear different hats. But they didn’t ignore the horns. Hope they don’t put somebody’s eye out.

8. For this Seahawks fan, the shirt has to match the face paint.

I thin the shirt is enough here. But some people have to go the extra mile like this guy.

9. Even Imperial Stormtroopers love the Houston Texans.

The Stormtrooper even has a blue mohawk and is posing with the team mascot. The pilot doesn’t have much else.

10. When you support the Ravens, you even have to have a lot of bling with a jester’s hat.

Not sure if it weighs him down at the game. But at least he has an interesting hat.

11. A striped face and a clown wig is all you need to support the Buffalo Bills.

Well, as far as this guy is concerned. Though he doesn’t seem happy about how his Bills are doing.

12. Footballhead doesn’t like how the game’s going for the Broncos.

Then again, it’s a mask meant to look scary. But it seems rather annoyed to me.

13. You wouldn’t know who these baggy Miami Dolphins fans are.

But they’re not ashamed about supporting their team. They just didn’t want to use face paint.

14. Even a Steeler fan has to get the best black and gold sombrero.

An equally fancy luchador mask can also complete the look. Now that’s intimidating to see.

15. For her Colts, this woman gets out her puppet monkeys for the holidays.

Helps if the monkeys wear Colts Santa hats, too. Still, kind of creepy for me to take in.

16. When in doubt go green and blue for the Seattle Seahawks.

Well, this guy seems to. And his blue hair is all spiky for good measure.

17. This Ravens fan really likes to show his team’s glory on his head.

Yes, the Ravens won as many Super Bowls as Ray Lewis has murder allegations. And this guy has a feathered cape alongside his giant ring hat, too.

18. Seems like this joker is a very serious Steelers fan.

Well, he has the Joker makeup to his Steeler specifications. Not sure about the hat though.

19. Make way for the Miami Dolphins Pope.

Guess they have a guy like that for every NFL team out there. But this cleric paints his face.

20. This Halo hero salutes his Houston Texans.

Though he must be hot in his costume. But for some, it’s all worth it for the team.

21. This masked beauty does her hair only for the Miami Dolphins.

Okay, it’s a wig. But it’s in aqua, orange and white. And she wear’s a mask for an enhanced effect.

22. This Joker delights in supporting the New Orleans Saints.

Even has a Fleur de Lis in each hand. Yet, he’s also wearing a suit with a pink boa.

23. For this 49er’s fan, the lucha mask has to contain a gold nugget.

The hat’s made out of foam. And he’s not wearing as shirt. But we all know how the 49ers got their name.

24. This Super Seahawks fan might need to leave early if there’s any danger.

He’s even wearing Superman briefs with a Skittles wrapper on his chest. Not sure what that’s supposed to mean.

25. This blue man goes all out for his Detroit Lions.

Despite that the Detroit Lions are among the worst teams in the NFL. But this guy’s keeping his cool with his thumbs up.

26. This Minnesota Vikings fan hopes his team demolishes Dallas.

Wonder if they have one for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Because my dad really hates the Dallas Cowboys.

27. Feathers and shells always make for a great Oakland Raiders headdress.

Well, I’ve put a similar fan picture on another post but that might’ve been from the Saints. But this one seems to have a rather strange quality to it. Maybe that’s intentional.

28. A Raiders fan can never have too many skulls.