Entries in NFC East (7)


What Would NFL Logos Look Like Fat?

Ever imagine what the NFL logos would look like if they were fat?  Kissing Suzy Kolber ( feature some great work by David Rappoccio ( showing just that.  Check it out:

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Dallas Cowboys

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New York Giants

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Detroit Lions

Green Bay Packers

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New England Patriots

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Washington Redskins

New Orleans Saints

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Pittsburgh Steelers

Houston Texans

Tennessee Titans

Minnesota Vikings


Throw On Some Vintage NFL Tailgate Garb

Junk Food NFL Tshirts

Just because you weren’t born for the Dolphins perfect season of ’72 or to watch Ditka coach Da Bears to an almost perfect season in 1985, doesn’t mean you can’t look like you were. Junk Food, whose already known for bringing back only the good from past, has launched its line of vintage NFL Tees ($32-40) for your enjoyment.

These t-shirts are guaranteed to make a last week bandwagon jumper look like an avid die-hard follower. So if you are having trouble hiding your Steeler Pride, or believe Real Men Wear Black, and you’re positive that on the Eight Day God Created the Packers, then you definitely need to get one of these perfectly faded tees, and dress yourself FTD.


Monday Morning Wake Up Call: Washington DC

Redskins CheerleadersYou most likely won't see the Washington Redskin Cheerleaders looking like this tonight. Not with the low being in the mid to high 20's!


Monday Morning Wake Up Call: Dallas

Dallas Cowboys CheerleadersThe Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders hanging out by the pool. If there is any doubt that the Dallas Cowboys' Cheerleaders still aren't the gold standard of cheerleaders, here is exhibit A.


The Plight to Tailgate Continues...

Washington Redskins LogoA week ago, we wrote about Redskins fans' plight to battle their organization's new parking/tailgate policy. We are happy to report that Ted Abela, the leader of the online petition, was able to have his story published in the Washington Post's D.C. Sports Bog regarding these bogus new guidelines. Ted happily feeds over 300 people each week before home games, and travels to 4 - 6 games each year. He is asking that all of you please read it if you have the time, and forward it to as many people as you can, even if they aren't Redskins fans. This could happen at your stadium or college campus soon, and it must be stopped.

The link to the post is below:

Also, here is the link once again to the online petition (893 Signatures and counting):


Fighting For Their Right To Tailgate

Washington Redskins TailgateThe fight is officially on for Redskin Fans to save tailgating, as they know it.

What is now being called “Tailgate-gate” is now turning into a full out battle to allow tailgaters to park anywhere in the lot they desire as long as they have the appropriate parking pass. The Reason? The Redskin Organization has revised its parking policy to include the following:

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Soarin' with the Philadelphia Eagles

Below is a collection of Philadelphia Eagles tailgate vehicles, which was sent to us by one of our readers. We certainly have great respect for the tailgating prowess of Eagle fans and their custom tailgate vehicles.