TEN MORE COOL FOOTBALL HELMETS

Balladeer’s Blog’s readers demanded it, so here are even MORE cool football helmets from neglected teams.

AMARILLO SANDIES

amarillo-sandies

Comment: The unique name “Sandies” combined with the Marvin the Martian-style mascot made these helmets a must.

DUMAS DEMONS

dumas-demons

Comments: Now these are helmets that will help you psych-out your opponents, especially if they are superstitious by nature.

MONTEREY PLAINSMEN

monterey-plainsmen

Comment: I really like these helmets with their Columbia Blue shell mixed with a subtle nod to the American West.

BURLESON ELKS

burleson-elks

Comment: Now THAT’S what I’m talking about! A fairly unique team name and kickass helmets to go with it!

NORTH SIDE STEERS

north-side-steers

Comment: Nothing says Texas like these eye-catching lids that nicely complement the cool team name.

WICHITA FALLS COYOTES

wichita-falls-coyotes

Comment: You have got to appreciate the sheer intimidation value of these particular helmets.

JOSHUA OWLS

joshua-owls

Comment: Who would you say is wiser – owls or the people who decided to go with these helmets for a team called the Owls?

SOUTH HILLS SCORPIONS

south-hills-scorpions

Comment: For the hundredth time I will ask why more sports teams don’t use the infinitely cool name Scorpions.

JEFFERSON FOXES

jefferson-foxes

Comment: Not the greatest helmets I’ve ever seen for a team called the Foxes, but not the worst, either.

FORT WORTH POLYTECHNIC PARROTS

fort-worth-polytechnic-parrots

Comment: I’ll come right out and admit it – it was the unique team name rather than the admittedly mundane helmets that put these guys on this list.

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2 responses to “TEN MORE COOL FOOTBALL HELMETS

  1. The Parrots were a real sellout addition dude.

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