NINE MORE COOL FOOTBALL HELMETS FROM NEGLECTED TEAMS

VANDEGRIFT VIPERS

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Comment: The Vipers manage the Hat Trick of having a virtually unique team name, a butt-kicking logo and terrific helmets.

FRISCO RACCOONS

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Comment: Let’s face it, Raccoons is one seriously underused name when it comes to sports teams. If the Raccoon tails on these helmets were just a bit bigger they’d be perfect.

CIGARROA TOROS

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Comment: Some readers tell me they don’t really care for helmets with white shells but I think they can look good with the right kind of logo on them.

KERRVILLE-TIVEY ANTLERS

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Comment: There’s something about these helmets that grows on me more and more.

CHAVEZ LOBOS

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Comment: As Lobos teams go, these helmets are easily in the top ten. Maybe even top five.

JOHN F KENNEDY ROCKETS

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Comment: These helmets have a certain New York Jets look to them, but in my opinion that’s a plus not a minus.

CENTENNIAL TITANS

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Comment: Obviously I’m still a sucker for helmets which use swords in just about any way and this is a pretty impressive way to use them.

SOUTH OAK CLIFF GOLDEN BEARS 

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Comment: While there may be plenty of teams that sport the name Golden Bears there are very few that have such eye-catching helmets.

LONGVIEW PIRATES

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Comment: More swords on these helmets and on top of that the artwork has a certain Pirates of the Caribbean feel.

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12 responses to “NINE MORE COOL FOOTBALL HELMETS FROM NEGLECTED TEAMS

  1. Andy

    I like the Raccoons best of all.

  2. With Donald Trump as President even the Vipers’ football helmets look more awesome!

  3. I’m impressed with the way you find these obscure teams.

  4. Some of the names were better than their helmets.

  5. Thanks for another fantastic article. These are some awesome lids!

  6. More pro teams should use this kind of variety.

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