By now you've probably heard about the controversy surrounding the Washington Redskins team name and logo. It's not a new argument, but it has intensified and everyone from President Obama to Olivia Wilde has had something to say about it. We liked a few of the options from 99 Designs, but this design from the folks at PETA just won in our opinion. In a blog post, PETA Foundation senior editor Alisa Mullins offered up the graphic to "help a football franchise fend off criticism." It features a redskin potato where the controversial Native American head should be, and Mullins even threw in a few sentences about eating healthy and the environment so you would remember that PETA is behind this. 

Ok we were joking about this being the best option so far, but we have to admit that it is clever.

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[via PETA]