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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:

San Francisco 49ers

Chicago Bears

Cincinnati Bengals

New York Jets

Cleveland Browns

Tampa Bay Bucs

Buffalo Bills

Arizona Cardinals

Kansas City Chiefs

Indianapolis Colts

Miami Dolphins

Philidelphia Eagles

Atlanta Falcons

Dallas Cowboys

Denver Broncos

St Louis Rams

Jacksonville Jags

New York Giants

San Diego Chargers

Detroit Lions

Green Bay Packers

Carolina Panthers

Oakland Raiders

New England Patriots

Baltimore Ravens

Washington Redskins

New Orleans Saints

Seattle Seahawks

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.


The "Big G" Is Truly A Tailgating Legend

The For the last 15 years, Stephen Gay has been showing his love for the Green Bay Packers by sporting his converted 1966 Dodge Camper. This lifelong resident of Green Bay turned that old camper into one of the most storied tailgating vehicles around, simply known as the "Big G." This famous tailgate machine has even starred in a Campbell's Soup commercial and an NFL Films presentation. Its allocates are incredibly hard to beat considering the fact that the "Big G" has been featured in numerous news and web publishings throughout the country.

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Inside The Mink's Nest

Minnesota Vikings Tailgate VanSearching the parking lots on Washington Avenue and behind the Target Center you’ll be sure to spot old and dated commercial trucks converted into Minnesota Vikings tailgating machines. Among those trucks, you’ll find a 26-foot tailgate machine filled with heat, solid maple cabinetry, satellite TV, deluxe stereo system, and a state of the art 1,500-pound trailer grill. This unique tailgating machine is simply known as Mink's Nest, and is the brainchild of the 6’2” linebacker like individual in a 5’7” frame known to most as “The Mink.”

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Da Tour of Da Bus: Bears Tailgating

A cool interview featuring some Bears fans with their very well known tailgating bus.