A Handy Guide to NFL’s Hispanic Heritage Month

As you may know, the NFL is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. It’s the league’s attempt to reach out to those fans in the Latin community - and get them to reach into their pocketbooks and purchase some tickets ‘n’ jerseys ‘n’ such. Tony Kornheiser did his part in trying to play Spanish Translator, while Chad Johnson showed his appreciation of Spanish numerals with his new “Ocho Cinco” surname.

Ines Sainz

Of course, if the NFL really wants to showcase Hispanic Heritage, they would have marvelous Mexican TV reporter Ines Sainz strutting her stuff on as many Sunday & Monday sidelines as possible. CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN - somebody please hire this woman!

Anyway, when last Sunday’s “MNF” crew informed us that we were watching Las Aguilas de Philadelphia vs. Los Vaqueros de Dallas, we wondered why not do the same favor for the league’s 30 other teams? So, as a public service (and as a way for fantasy football players to impress that cute Latina secretary at work tomorrow), here’s a handy & helpful guide of the NFL squads as seen en espanol:

NFC Este
Los Vaqueros de Dallas
Las Aguilas de Philadelphia
Los Gigantes de Nueva York
Las Pielas Rojas de Washington

NFC Norte
Los Osos de Chicago
Los Leones de Detroit
Los Vikingos de Minnesota
Los Empaquetadores de Bahia Verde

NFC Sur
Los Halcones de Atlanta
Las Panteras de Carolina
Los Santos de Nueva Orleans
Los Bucaneros de Bahia Tampa

NFC Oeste
Los Cardenales de Arizona
Los Carneros de San Luis
Los Halcones del Mar de Seattle
Las Cuarenta y Nueves de San Francisco

AFC Este
Los Guillermos de Buffalo
Los Delfins de Miami
Las Patriotas de Nueva England
Las Cazas de Nueva York

AFC Norte
Los Cuervos de Baltimore
Las Bengalas de Cincinnati
Los Marrones de Cleveland
Los Aceros de Pittsburgh

AFC Sur
Los Tejanos de Houston
Los Potros de Indianapolis
Los Jaguars de Jacksonville
Los Titans de Tennessee

AFC Oeste
Los Potros Salvaje de Denver
Los Atracadores de Oakland
Los Cargadores de San Diego
Los Jefes de Ciudad Kansas

Muchas Gracias a SPANISDICT para la translaciones!