Washington D.C. - The football team in the nation's capitol, formerly known as the Washington Redskins, decided to adopt the name "Elite Strike Force" when its owner, Trump supporter Daniel Snyder, heard the moniker used by Donald Trump's team of legal experts that the President had hired to reverse the results of the U.S. election.
However, the name apparently did not help the attorneys win any of the dozens of cases they filed in various battleground states, as they lost all of them. The football team, sadly, had about as much luck as Trump's ragtag band of misfit lawyers, losing its next 12 NFL contests.
Snyder has decided to review the name of the team as the season draws to a close. "Don't want to become the Rudy Giuliani of the NFL next season," he said.