Indianapolis — Galactus
The brain trust behind the MCU did an outstanding job of positioning Thanos as one of the best villains in cinematic history. But fans of Marvel Comics know that Galactus, the devourer of worlds, might be one of the few super villains more feared than even the mad titan Thanos.
A god-like figure who literally eats planets to consume himself, Galactus has little to do with the other horse-based team mascot in the NFL, until you look closely at the “U”-looking horns behind the head of Galactus, and realize how similar it is to the horseshoe symbol for the Colts.
Houston — Odin
Odin Allfather, the son of Bor, and the father of Thor, isn’t probably someone you’d associate with the city of Houston. But the steer or bull on the helmet of the Houston Texans has been altered cleverly to resemble the face of the mythical king of Asgard.
In the MCU, Odin is portrayed by another legend in Sir Anthony Hopkins. Unsurprisingly, Hopkins does a magnificent job of showing the Allfather’s wrath, leadership, and empathy across all three Thor films.