Thursday, April 21, 2011

Bottom 10 Sports Logos of All Time - Part 2

San Antonio Gunslingers (U.S. Football League, Primary Logo, 1984-85)
Nothing gets a fan base ready for a game of football like an anorexic cowboy doing a jig. Someone should really feed the gunslinger some buffalo meat and Texas toast so he doesn't get blown away by a gust of wind. Eddy Curry could probably learn a thing or two from the Gunslinger though.


New York Knicks (NBA, Primary Logo, 1946-64)
I don't know about you, but this old Knicks logo of "Father Knickerbocker" scares the hell out of me. I can't really tell if he has a face, but in the place where his face should be, he looks pretty fucking possessed.


Toronto Raptors (NBA, Anniversary Patch, 1995-96)
Here we have another logo from the MS Paint Production Department. In their innagural season, Toronto really, REALLY took the prehistoric theme and ran with it. They even added an A.D. at the bottom of the patch so we wouldn't confused it with 1995 B.C. Thanks for clearing that one up guys!!!


Campbell University Fighting Camels (College, Primary Logo, 1993-2004)
Granted you're already at a pretty steep disadvantage creating a fierce logo when your mascot is a camel, but the good people at Campbell University could have done better than this. This "Fighting Camel" appears to have broken its legs and is ready to fall down and take a nap.


Detroit Tigers (MLB, Primary Logo, 1927-28)
This may be the creme de la creme of bad logos. This orange blob with blue lines and a disjointed jaw was supposed to resemble a fierce tiger? He also has those sad Bette Davis eyes, probably because he just looked in a mirror and realized how goddamn ugly he is.

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