Guardians of the Galaxy, NFL Style


Over the past year or so we have looked at some of the logo options that could possibly be if the NFL existed in a couple of different fashions. Some of the more recent ones were the look into the Italian, German, English and Spanish styled football (soccer) logos, as well as the Stars Wars compilation.  We also looked at what if the NFL was set back in an Old English Style.

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You may be asking yourself, Guardians of the Galaxy really?  Here is the storyline to give you an idea of what we are talking about.

"After stealing a mysterious orb in the far reaches of outer space, Peter Quill, a half human/half alien is now the main target of a manhunt led by the villain known as Ronan the Accuser. To help fight Ronan and his team and save the galaxy from his power, Quill creates a team known as the ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ to save the world.–"

Guardians of the Galaxy is set to release to theaters on August 1st.  Two days before the Bills open the season for the NFL facing off against the Giants.

Today we bring you David Rappoccio’s, from The Draw Play, interpretation of what the NFL would be with a Guardian of the Galaxy Superhero attached to them.

The Buffalo Bills are in need of a superhero and one quickly.  With a 14 year playoff drought, longest in the NFL right now, they need as much help as they can get to rise from the snow and make a playoff run.

"Some of the inspirations are obvious, others not. Some are super humans, some genetic freaks, others just regular guys making a go of it.– Sports on Earth"

For the Buffalo Bills their “Superhero” is the Snow Man.

"Has power over snow, and can make himself bigger by absorbing snow and ice to become a massive snowstorm. Capable of molding his snow self to become weapons. Watch out when he turns yellow.– Sports on Earth"

Will the Snow Man be the help the Bills need to break their non-playoff streak? Wait and find out.

Check out the link above, Sports on Earth, to see the rest of the NFL’s “Superheros”.