I'd rather not tie in the stuff meant for kids (mascot) with the stuff meant for adults (cheerleaders) in that way...again, because it's weird.How about when the opposing team has the ball we have the cheerleaders put on white tank tops and have them line up in front of the new mascot who then proceeds to splash the girls with water and gets them all wet then over the big screen have the fans cheer for their favorite soaked hottie?
It'll revitalize our home field advantage... whatcha think?
Real dolphins belong in the sea, not confined to a swimming pool and trained to perform tricks for food. Keep TD for the kids. Maybe we could put Michael Egnew in the outfit to give him more on the field experience and build his self confidence.1. a real dolphin would be awesome
2. who cares lets just win some games. save the money from reshad jones and mike pouncey extentions
So harsh but so hilariousReal dolphins belong in the sea, not confined to a swimming pool and trained to perform tricks for food. Keep TD for the kids. Maybe we could put Michael Egnew in the outfit to give him more on the field experience and build his self confidence.
They can't?You think TD is rather corny? A huge fish tank in the stadium would be rather corny...er. Not to mention a real dolphins can not interact with fans. And, oh yeah, there would be PETA we'd have to deal with.
Yes, a mascot is defined as a term for any person, animal, or object thought to bring luck – colloquially (informally) includes anything used to represent a group with a common public identity, such as a school, professional sports team, society, military unit, or brand name.do you not know what a mascot is?