The Los Angeles Chargers Create A Wild Anime Intro For Their 2022 Schedule

The NFL’s Los Angeles Chargers have turned their 2022 schedule into a wild anime intro that references One Piece, Naruto, Attack on Titan, and more.

Complete with a J-Pop-style background track, the two-minute trailer first mimics some classic anime intros by showing a handful of players in dramatic poses.

Once the actual schedule begins – which is published by most teams as a simple text webpage – the Chargers start referencing several famous anime depending on which team they are playing that week. -the.

The Las Vegas Raiders are the first, and since their logo is a pirate, they are parodied using the famous pirate anime One Piece.

A Naruto-themed entry makes an appearance to depict the San Francisco 49ers, the Kansas City Chiefs appear as a giant robot fight (with coaches Brandon Staley and Andy Reid controlling them from within), and the Titans of Tennessee are, of course, turned into Attack on Titan.

The video contains a ton of other references for NFL and anime fans, some riskier than others, and one seemingly so risky the video says Chargers attorneys have asked for it to be removed completely. .

It’s not the only surprising NFL crossover we’ve seen recently, as in April the league announced a new annualized series of virtual reality NFL video games and in February Tom Brady revealed in February that he was filming and was watching in his own football comedy called 80 for Brady.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who sometimes remembers tweeting @thelastdinsdale. He’ll be talking about The Witcher all day.

About Dawn Valle

Check Also

The true story of “Jerry & Marge Go Large”: what is reality and fiction

Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening star in “Jerry and Marge Go Large.” (Myung J. Chun/Los …