The Five Worst Football Tattoos of All Time
College football starts tomorrow night and the NFL regular season games start on Sept. 9th. And then, thankfully, you won’t have to hear about baseball again until next April. Just in time for the season, we gathered five of the worst football tattoos for your amusement. They include everything from Tim Tebow as a centaur, to a New York Giants helmet on a picture of male junk.
1. The Steelers, prison-style
This tattoo artist must have been drunk AND blind. It’s a horrible, asymmetrical, disastrous rendering of the Pittsburgh Steelers logo.
2. Centaur Tim Tebow
We are assuming this one was done when Tim Tebow played for the Denver Broncos before he was traded to the New York Jets. We get it – he’s half man, half bronco…and completely lame.
3. The Texans as Super Bowl champs
At first glance this one seems not-so-horrible. But let’s take a closer look. It’s the Houston Texans logo surrounded by the words “Super Bowl XLVI Champions.” Only one problem – they weren’t. The New York Giants won that Super Bowl. The Texans lost in the second round of the playoffs.
CAREFULL WITH THESE NEXT TWO, THEY ARE SLIGHTLY NSFW:
4. Ohio State mascot bumping uglies with Michigan Wolverine
Nothing starts a conversation like a nice bestiality tat. This raunchy tattoo shows Ohio State’s Brutus giving it to the Michigan Wolverine with an evil smile on his face. This guy’s (we assume it’s a guy and not a gal) mom must be proud.
5. Giants helmet on a man’s junk
Ok, this is the one that is probably not safe for work. The story goes like this: A Patriots fan lost a bet on the Giants-Patriots Super Bowl and got a five-and-a-half inch tattoo on his thigh of a man’s junk wearing a Giants helmet. Kind of ironic isn’t it?