"Carlos Danger" is the Most Common New Fantasy Football Name

By Jason Lisk

“Carlos Danger” entered the public conscience just less than two weeks ago, but it did not take long for the Fantasy Football playing public to shoot the internet name to the top of the charts. According to CBS Sports, “Carlos Danger” is the most chosen new team name over the three week period between July 16th and August 5th. Among new names chosen by at least five different owners, Carlos Danger was selected by 15% of them. Congratulations, America, on your continued ingenuity.

Who would name themselves over a famous person’s fake internet name used to pick up women? I suppose this means that you can expect a new writer named Nephew of Carlos Danger to appear on our site in about two months.

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