The NFL mash-up shirts you never knew you needed

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Here's something ... different.

Ever thought to yourself, "Damn, if only there was a shirt that repped my favorite NFL team as well as a successful recording artist who hails from the same region as that team"? Well, hold on to your butts.

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For a small but fervent segment of Southern California residents, the above shirt evokes memories of that endless summer of 2009, when the Chargers went 13-3 and "I'm Yours" won Grammys for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance and Song Of The Year.

Let's highlight some more ...

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Apparently we were unable to get clearance from the Prince estate. I'm sure Trampled By Turtles wail.

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Evidence of OneRepublic's continued effort to infiltrate the NFL beyond their current role as the successor to Train as pregame headline act of every league tentpole event.

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Are these the "I'm Shipping Up To Boston" guys again? We're still doing this?

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Strangely, the Packers didn't get a shirt so I made one myself featuring an underappreciated '90s alternative act from Wisconsin.

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Giants (Sinatra) for your 78-year-old grandfather from Hackensack, and Jets (KISS) for his 54-year-old son in Mineola.

You can check out all the limited edition T-shirts and buy one for yourself right here. I'm talking to you, mondo Kansas City Chiefs/Melissa Etheridge fans.

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