Which NFL Mascot Are You?

The jovial characters that cheer on NFL teams are more popular than many of the players on the pitch — but which one best matches your personality?

Brad Jones
Created By Brad Jones
On Nov 9, 2014

American Football Conference or National Football Conference?

Would you prefer to be a human or an animal?

Where do you call home?

Pick something to eat...

Which of these would be your special mascot skill?

As a mascot, where would you attend college?

Which movie would you prefer to watch ahead of gameday?

Which of these teams you like the most?

How rowdy are you when you're representing your team?

Aside from the sidelines, where else are you most likely to be seen?

T-Rac of the Tennessee Titans

T-Rac of the Tennessee Titans

T-Rac of the Tennessee Titans is a mischievous raccoon who holds a B.A. in Hype Management from the Tennessee Academy of Fine Arts and Hysteria. Often seen distributing t-shirts while dressed in a suit of armor — or rifling through trash for a meal on his days off — T-Rac is beloved by sports fans across Tennessee.

Jaxson de Ville of the Jacksonville Jaguars

Jaxson de Ville of the Jacksonville Jaguars

Jaxson de Ville, often referred to as 'Jax', is one of the most controversial mascots in the NFL. Bungee jumping and ziplines are just a taste of the exploits of this jaguar — in 1998, the NFL were forced to enforce tighter restrictions on mascots due in part to Jax. If you're the sort of mascot who gives your all for your team — and sometimes get in trouble for doing so — then you'll get along just fine with Jaxson de Ville.

T.D. of the Miami Dolphins

T.D. of the Miami Dolphins

T.D. the Dolphin was signed by the Miami Dolphins in 1997, and ever since then he's become an integral part of the club. Water-based mascots are something of a rarity in the NFL, but T.D. just goes to show that amphibious creatures have just as much ability to pep up an audience as land-dwellers. The popularity of this particular dolphin extends worldwide — in 2005, he was invited to Hong Kong to participate in their New Year's Day Parade.

Swoop of the Philadelphia Eagles

Swoop of the Philadelphia Eagles

Swoop of the Philadelphia Eagles carries with him all the nobility of an eagle — most of the time, that is. You might have seen him getting into a scuffle with Ace Ventura in the 1994 movie, and that's just one of many appearances that the bird has made across a variety of media. Having graced the pages of a comic book and appeared in his own cartoon, Swoop is a bona fide star as well as a top-flight mascot.

Sourdough Sam of the San Franciso 49ers

Sourdough Sam of the San Franciso 49ers

Between 1946 and 1962, Sourdough Sam was merely the logo for the San Francisco 49ers, but more recently he's become their mascot and done a fine job doing so. Having spent a few years clean-shaven, he's now back to his classic look with a full beard, which seems to have inspired a run of playoff appearances for the 49ers. Sam is a real classic mascot, having forged a real connection with the fans over the course of nearly 70 years of having his image associated with the team.

Rowdy of the Dallas Cowboys

Rowdy of the Dallas Cowboys

Rowdy is one of the few human mascots in the NFL, and has appeared with the Dallas Cowboys since 1996. A huge supporter of charitable causes, Rowdy takes part in the Race for the Cure as well as making appearances for the Salvation Army and at the Special Olympics. However, when it comes to gameday he's all business — and his business is getting rowdy.