Jaguars Fantasy Football Names – 2020 Team Name Ideas for Jacksonville Fans

Updated on July 15th, 2020 by David Sharp
Jacksonville Jaguars Fantasy Football Names

2020 marked the 25th anniversary of the Jaguars franchise, and what a ride it’s been. Jacksonville has proven that teal and jaguar-print is the color scheme of a real NFL team.

Of course, they have yet to prove that a team in teal and jaguar-print can actually win a Super Bowl (or even get to one), but that’s beside the point. Maybe their ascendant quarterback with his transcendent mustache will be the guy to get them there?

In honor of this benchmark, here are some new Jacksonville Jaguars fantasy football team names for the 2020 season.

Leonard Fournette Fantasy Football Names

In 2019, Leonard Fournette piled up over 1600 yards from scrimmage. And for his efforts, had his fifth-year option declined.

Something tells me that if the Jags don’t want him, he’ll still be able to find work.

Murder Fournettes

Of all the weirdness that 2020 brought us, Murder Hornets were among the weirdest.

Jaguars Fantasy Football Names - Murder Hornets

Fournette Gains

Fournette Worth

Mad as a Fournette

Leonard DaVinci

Gardner Minshew II Fantasy Names

Few have ever gone from total nobody to total legend as fast as GM2. It’s time to find out if he’s an elite quarterback or just an elite ‘stache.

The Minshew Fits

Minshew Me What You Got

Gardnerding Out

Shew Too?

MinshU2

Florida Min

DJ Chark Fantasy Football Team Names

DJ Chark has emerged as a Pro Bowl receiver with an All-Star name.

Baby Chark

Chark Attack

Raiders of the Lost Chark

Don’t open your eyes!

The Chark of the Covenant

Charkangel

Character Chark

Charkapellago

Doug Marrone Fantasy Football Names

We may never know the official reason Marrone bailed on the Bills head coaching job. On the other hand, he left a career in frigid, upstate New York for balmy Jacksonville.

You do the math.

Whatta Marrone

Marrowning It

Marrone Fault

A Place of Marrone

Jacksonville Jaguars Defense Fantasy Names

Historically, the Jags have had trouble scoring. But more often than not, they’ve been able to field a solid defense.

Schobert and Hernie

Schotime

Ngakoue Cool

Chaisson Lounge

Jackuars

Jack of All Tres

Historical Jacksonville Jaguars Fantasy Team Names

Twenty-five years isn’t that long when compared to, say, the Bears or Cardinals. But it is long enough to get a sweet hit of 90’s nostalgia.

Brunelli Furtado

Poppin’ Bortles

Champagne Bortles

You can adjust this Jaguars fantasy name to your poison of choice:

  • Whiskey Bortles
  • Beer Bortles
  • Win Bortles

McCardell is a Marcedes

James Stewart in Meester Smith Goes to Rasheanton

If you’re confused, this is a James Stewart, Brad Meester, Jimmy Smith, and Rashean Mathis reference all in one. 

Jacksonville Florida Fantasy Football Team Names

Florida is the Florida of the US, but Jacksonville is the Florida of Florida.

TIAA Tequila

Jaguar King

Check out our full list of Tiger King fantasy football names.

MOSH Pit

Just in case you love fantasy sports and real science.

Catty Shack

This Jacksonville Jaguars fantasy team name truly has it all.

  1. Your team is a house for Jaguars, aka cats.
  2. It’s a local Jacksonville legend.
  3. It’s one of the greatest comedies of all time.

Jacksonville Jaguars Fantasy Football Names from Around the Web

Because you aren’t the only one out there that loves the Jags, even though it likely feels that way.

Blood, Sweat, and Teal

Jaggernaut

Sacksonville

The Constant Gardner

Little Red Fournette

Fournettecation

Fournettflix and Chill

Chark Week

Charkizard, I Choose You

Sorry Eiferted

Eifert the Law and the Law Won

Driving a Lambo

Lambo!

Genie in a Bortles

WWJD: What Would Jones-Drew

About the author

David Sharp

David Sharp is a writer, performer, and father living in Los Angeles, California. His work has appeared on Rox Pile, Ranker, The Whiskey Journal, Retro Set and elsewhere across the internet. Follow him on Instagram or Twitter to see fresh pictures of his handsome baby: @TheSharpDavid

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