A Good List of the 10 Most Offensive Jerseys and Inappropriate Places to Wear Them

AOL’s urban lifestyle site – StreetLevel.com, has a pretty good list today of the most offensive NFL and other sports jerseys…here they are and the rest are after the jump.

1) Michael Vick’s #7 Atlanta Falcons jersey

OK, so this one is almost too easy. But let’s raise the stakes here: There’ll be hundreds of folks from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (aka those crazy-ass super-passionate PETA people) protesting for the outside Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia now that Michael Vick will be wearing an Eagles jersey this season. But what if you show up rocking his former team’s duds? Well, you can pretty much expect to get treated like the dog that you are. (And, for the record — and legal reasons — we’re not actually encouraging you to wear these jerseys to any of these locations. You could get hurt. But if you do, make sure the cameras are rolling. ‘Cause a guy taking a “HIDE YOUR BEAGLE, VICK’S AN EAGLE!” sign to the back of the head? Well, let’s just say we wouldn’t mind posting that here at SL.)

2) Brett Favre’s #4 Green Bay Packers jersey

So, Brett Favre is back. Again. But unlike last season when he retired from the Green Bay Packers, told everyone he was done for good and then signed with the New York Jets, Favre will have to answer to former Packer fans when his new team, the Minnesota Vikings, battle the Packers in Green Bay on November 1. And what better way to celebrate Brett’s homecoming — and fire up the hometown crowd — than throwing on your old #4 jersey and grabbing a 32-ounce porterhouse from Brett Favre’s Steakhouse in downtown Green Bay? Well done! Hopefully you won’t run into this guy while you’re wearing the jersey though.

3) Adam “Pacman” Jones’s #21 Dallas Cowboys jersey

Wanna make sure nobody bothers you during your next trip to the strip club? Unfortunately, everyone on eBay seems to have forgotten that Pacman Jones once played for the Tennessee Titans . But you’re in luck: Jones’s jersey from his second NFL team (the one that hired personal security for him — at least until he, you know, fought one of his own guards) is still stocked and priced to sell. Show up at the club in one of these jerseys next weekend and tell the bouncers you’re ready for some fun. Something tells us the entire place will look like your own personal VIP section in no time.

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