For the first time since November 20, 2017, the AMMODOGS have notched a win. That's 658 days, 94 weeks, 22 months, 15 losses, three NFC champions, three Antonio Brown jerseys, two OIL drafts, and one 0-13 season ago. Congratulations to Rogers, as he can look forward to 2019 now that the 0-13 monkey is off his back.
AMMODOGS manager Mike Rogers joined the OIL in 2009. He is a member of the 158 but wasn't on the 2006 Iraq mission, as he spent the year in arguably a worse desert: Mangum, Oklahoma. He's completed eight seasons in the league but has yet to win a playoff game.
Rogers has made three playoff appearances and been defeated in the first round each time. Granted, he was in Afghanistan for one of those seasons, but what about the other seven? Have some pride, man.
Rogers's Ammo Dogs, Trovillo's Dirty Hippies, and Cobb's 2013 champion Dogs of War released full uniform sets today. The uniforms were designed by Andrew Krause and are featured on each team manager's page.
Michael Rogers is spending the 2014 season in scenic Afghanistan, but that doesn't mean he's neglecting his AmmoDogs. A user at Fiverr took his classic AmmoDog logo and turned it into a uniform worn by Ndamukong Suh. It's easy to see the influence of the underlying Detroit Lions uniform, but the design had nothing to do with the Lions.