Lamar Jackson has been an MVP candidate all year in the NFL. He has thrown for over 3,00 yards and 27 touchdowns and rushed for 681 yards and 10 touchdown on the ground. One of his best attributes is his ability to create impossible plays out of nothing. This guidebook will help you make some of your own Lamar Jackson-esque plays with a few tips about how to choose a fantasy football team name that really sticks.
Tip #12: Use a player’s initials for your fantasy team name. This will help you remember who the team belongs to and distinguish it from other teams in your league.
The Lamar Jackson Fantasy Name Guidebook: Seven Unbelievable Things You Never Knew The NFL has been dominated this year by one man, rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens. He has thrown for over 300 yards and 27 touchdowns while running for an incredible almost 700 yards with ten more scores on the ground. One of his best attributes is that ability to create impossible plays out nothing – something he did three times last week against Pittsburgh Steelers! In this guide book we’ll show you how easy it can be to make some all-time great Lamar Jackson Fantasy names.
This is a guidebook on how to make an all-time great fantasy team name for Baltimore Ravens rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson. He’s been dominating the NFL this year with his arm and legs, throwing 27 touchdowns while running for almost 700 yards with ten more scores on the ground (including three last week against Pittsburgh Steelers). First we’ll show you some of our favorite personal favorites:
I’m With LJ as My Team Name – A tribute to what he says before every game ‘we’re going out there right now and I don’t have anything else but my teammates.’ When You See Me Rolling Pass Out – An expression in which someone might say when they see their opponent take bad coverage risks or get two defenders on one receiver.
Now that you have your favorite, let’s take a look at some of the best teams names in history:
The Immaculate Deception – Raiders (1976) The Perfect Season – Bears (1985) The Miracle of Miami – Dolphins (1972).
A few more great Lamar Jackson team name ideas are below with explanations to get them rolling again:
Lamar Maniax-NATION! – A pun on his last name while referencing Michael Jordan and Nike Air Jordans. It also sounds like a natural chart topping song title for when he achieves superstardom. Birmingham Slangin’ Birds- When it comes down to the wire, this might be our favorite we came up with. It’s a play on the old sports cliche “slamming dingers” and Lamar Jackson being from Birmingham, Alabama.
!Lamar The Great- A nod to his high school days when he was most known as just plain ‘ol Lamar Jackso
Nuttin’ But Netts – We couldn’t help ourselves with this one. Not only does it sound like an awesome team name but also is a great pun on how successful offenses should be able to score in today’s NFL given all of its rules favoring receivers over defenders (i.e., new celebrations).
The Triple Threat- As we mentioned earlier, given that there are so many dimensions to football now with regards to offense, defense and special teams coverage, we wanted to give him a nod in all three categories.
The Ball-er – It doesn’t get any more fitting than this one for the reigning NFL Rookie of the Year and holder of so many records that it’s hard to keep up with them all!
Ball Out, Jameis – Alright, alright. We couldn’t help ourselves again because you know we have jokes as well as serious thoughts about these names but hey — if your team is going down (which they hopefully won’t be) then might as well go out having some fun doing so.
Sacksonville: The Ravenous Pack Of Lions Unleashed by Lamar Jackson on Quarterbacks Across America – This could very easily be his new nickname
Lamar Jackson has been making waves in the NFL as a rookie QB. He’s exciting, he’s explosive and people want to name their fantasy teams after him – but what should you call your team? Don’t fret – we’re here to help with this definitive guide of Lamar Jackson Fantasy Name possibilities for you.
Option #: The Cool Breeze (#Breezy) You know that feeling when someone walks up next to you on a hot day and they feel like cool air is just blowing over them? That’s how it feels every time there’s even potential news about Lamar Jackson being traded or signing an extension – because his departure would be devastating for all of us who
The first thing you should do is figure out the length of your name
What are some good long names for Lamar Jackson?
Lamar’s roots come from his momma and daddy, so what would their last names be?
The best way to create a fantasy football team with players who have similar sounding names. Every time someone says “who?” or “where?”, it makes it hard on the caller/announcer. It also helps if they’re related (or not). Make sure to stay away from saying too much about where he might go in the draft or when can we expect him back because that could lead to more speculation than answers. And only mention one person per sentence!
Lamar Jackson is one of the most talented players in this year’s draft and we, as fans, are anxiously waiting for his return from injury.
The first thing you should do is figure out the length of your name: Lamar has six letters so he would want a short or long name with more than five (because then it won’t match). Good options include Lamarcus Joyner, Lavance Norwood, La’Montae Markson. If you don’t like those names there are plenty more that have six letters – Latavius Murray, Desmond Trufant and James Laurinaitis just to list a few. You can also use combinations such as Larry Johnson Jr., which doesn’t have to rhyme.
The first thing you should do is figure out the length of your name: Lamar has six letters so he would want a short or long name with more than five (because then it won’t match). Good options include Lamarcus Joyner, Lavance Norwood, La’Montae Markson. If you don’t like those names there are plenty more that have six letters – Latavius Murray, Desmond Trufant and James Laurinaitis just to list a few. You can also use combinations such as
and more! You can also use combinations such as Larry Johnson Jr., which doesn’t have to rhyme. and more! List of Other Unbelievable Lamar Jackson Facts You Never Knew: -Lamar has been called “the best player in the history of college football.” -He is from Pompano Beach, Florida and played his high school ball at Blanche Ely High School -He was a finalist for the Heisman Trophy last year but lost out to Louisville teammate LJ Scott in New York City. He was named Mr. Football USA by USA Today High School Sports after 12 games with 13 touchdowns and six interceptions while rushing for over 1700 yards on 154 carries (eight average per