The Seattle Seahawks are coming off of their fourth consecutive Super Bowl appearance.
It’s one of three times the team has made it to the playoffs.
And while the team’s history of success is well-known in the NFL, they’re still not the most recognizable team in the league.
So how do the Seattle Seahawks get more recognition?
The answer to that question is the Seahawks’ name.
The Seahawks have been a part of the national spotlight for decades.
Now, they are getting their own recognition on their own turf.
Here’s a look at some of the other teams that have come up with some pretty neat nicknames for the team.
Miami Dolphins The Dolphins, who started out as a division rival of the Patriots in the late 1940s, now hold a 14-3 advantage over the Patriots on the road.
The Dolphins also hold the record for most Super Bowl wins in the division.
The Miami Dolphins won their first Super Bowl in 1947.
Since then, they’ve won six in a row and have the longest active winning streak at eight.
Miami is known for its signature red paint, the red-and-white logo and the nickname of the Dolphins’ owner.
The team is known to have been nicknamed “the black Dolphins.”
Carolina Panthers The Panthers, who lost the NFC Championship Game to the Dallas Cowboys in a shootout, were named after the city of Charleston, South Carolina.
The Panthers have a history of winning Super Bowls and have won two Super Bowl championships in their history.
The Carolina Panthers are also known for the nickname “The Pregnant Panthers.”
Atlanta Falcons The Falcons are known for their black jerseys.
They were known as the “black-and toasters” team, which was used on jerseys and merchandise.
Atlanta has a nickname of its own, “The Ghetto.”
Miami Dolphins Fans also love to name the team “the Black Dolphins.”
New Orleans Saints The Saints, who were nicknamed the “Black-and Toasters” in the 1950s and 1960s, were the first NFL team to win Super Bowl titles in both the Super Bowl and NFC Championship Games.
They won their fourth Super Bowl title in the 1990s.
Since their Super Bowl win in 2016, they haven’t won a Super Bowl since.
The New Orleans Pelicans, who played in the New Orleans Superdome during the 1950 and 1960 seasons, are known as “The Black-and White Pelicans.”
Carolina Hurricanes The Carolina Hurricanes are known to be the team of the century.
The Hurricanes won a national championship in 1996, the first team to do so.
Since the team was founded in 1946, the Hurricanes have won a combined total of five Super Bowl Championships.
The last time they won a championship was in 2003.
New Orleans Hornets The Hornets, who became the Carolina Panthers in 2017, are named after Charlotte, North Carolina.
Hornets fans are known on social media for being a passionate bunch.
The Hornets name is also known as a nickname for the Charlotte area.
The fans also refer to the team as the Hornets, which is a nickname they picked up from the area’s Black community.
San Diego Chargers The San Diego Padres are known mainly for their uniforms, which include a blue, white and green color scheme.
Fans love to say they “hate the Padres.”
The San Francisco Giants are also nicknamed the San Francisco “Giants.”
San Jose Sharks The San Jose, California, team is named after a local island, where a popular beach resort has a large contingent of locals.
The San José Sharks were named in honor of former Sharks player Joe Pavelski.
The franchise was named after Joe Pavelicek, a former Sharks forward who died in March 2017.
Fans also refer the team to the fans as the Sharks, which means “sounds like a Sharks.”
Pittsburgh Steelers The Pittsburgh Steelers are known mostly for their football team, known as The Steel Curtain.
Fans are known by the nickname Steel Curler, which has become a catchphrase for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are known not only for their nickname, but also for the fact that they won the Stanley Cup in 1993.
The Steelers also have a nickname called The Steel Mile.
Carolina Panthers Fans also like to say the Panthers are named for the town of Ponte Vedra, Florida, where they grew up.
The name was inspired by the local area of Pensacola, Florida.
Miami Heat The Miami Heat are known primarily for their basketball team, the Heat.
The Heat were named the “The Blue and Gold Heat” after the team won three NBA titles in the 1980s.
Miami fans also like the nickname The Blue and White Heat.
Arizona Cardinals The Arizona Cardinals are named in the honor of Arizona Cardinals coach John Elway.
Fans sometimes refer to Elway as “the blue man.”
The Cardinals have won four Super Bowl championship titles in their 21-year history.
Since taking over as the Arizona Cardinals in 2010, they donned a different uniform color each season.
They’ve won five in a