NFL Mascots, Ranked

28. Indianapolis Colts – Blue, a colt

27. Cleveland Browns – Chomps, a dog

26. St. Louis Rams – Rampage, a ram

25. Cincinnati Bengals – Who Dey, a bengal tiger

24. Houston Texans – Toro, a bull

23. San Diego Chargers – Boltman

22. Oakland Raiders – Raider Rusher, a humanoid

21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Captain Fear, a pirate

20. Miami Dolphins – T.D , a dolphin

19. Kansas City Chiefs – K.C. Wolf, a wolf

18. Jacksonville Jaguars – Jaxson de Ville, a jaguar

17. Atlanta Falcons – Freddie Falcon – a falcon

16. Detroit Lions – Roary, a lion

15. Denver Broncos – Miles, a horse

14. Dallas Cowboys – Rowdy, a cowboy

13. Arizona Cardinals – Big Red, a bird

12. New England Patriots – Pat Patriot, an American Revolutionary war hero

11. New Orleans Saints – Gumbo & Sir Saint, a weird dog and a big-chinned saint

10. Seattle Seahawks – Blitz, a “seahawk”

9. Buffalo Bills – Billy Buffalo

8. Baltimore Ravens – Poe, a raven

7. Carolina Panthers – Sir Purr, a panther

6. Tennessee Titans – T-Rac, a raccoon

5. Pittsburgh Steelers – Steely McBeam, a steelworker

4. Philadelphia Eagles – Swoop, an eagle

3. Chicago Bears – Staley Da Bear, a bear

2. San Francisco 49ers – Sourdough Sam, a 49er

1. Minnesota Vikings – Ragnar, a human Viking

 

Photo via internetsense/flickr.

Megan Reynolds  lives in New York, but left her heart with Michael Crabtree.

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