Friday, September 7, 2007

Al Davis: Scarier than the Raiders Logo

There comes a time when every professional sports team must ask itself: "Is our logo instilling more fear in the other team than the face of our owner?" In the case of the Oakland Raiders, the answer is a resounding "no." It is a pity Al Davis does not own the other pirate-oriented NFL franchise, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, because his current facial structure already bears uncanny resemblance to their logo. By simply attaching cross-bones to the back of his head, they would instantly have the best owner/mascot/promotional machine available to the sports franchise.

However, Al Davis owns the Raiders, and while it's not as sure a fit as the Bucs' logo, adding his face to the Raiders emblem will surely be giving opponents nightmares whether they admit it or not. If you can't scare teams with your talent, sometimes you have to look around for new ways of intimidation.....and that intimidation is no further than the skeletor on the sidelines with the bags and bags of money!


Dave said...

after he dies they should stuff his head and use it as the game ball. nobody'll want to catch that!!!!

Pat said...

"Daunte, you went 4 for 45 with 5 interceptions, but it was still better than the rest of the team. You get to take home the game ball head this week"

"Thanks......ugh, it's worse than I imagined!"