Even if you’re not a football fan, everyone knows the standard list of hot players who also happen to be stars on their teams, but the thing is, a lot of those guys aren’t even that hot. Here’s looking at you Jay Cutler. So as an avid football fan, and fan of attractive men, I’m pretty sure it’s my duty to inform the masses of a few select players who may not be killing it on the field, but definitely have killer looks.
Here you have my top five hottest current players who you probably haven’t heard of, so go ahead, stare, imagine your lives together, morph your faces together to see what your kids will look like; no one’s judging.
Jordan Cameron, Cleveland Browns
Looking for a picture to use in the post was without a doubt the highlight of my day. However, choosing just one was one of the most difficult decisions I’ve ever had to make. Just look at him though, that’s a model pose mid-game. Seriously, no one should be able to be that attractive.
Jimmy Garoppolo, New England Patriots
That smile, oh my Lord, that smile. Sure no one can pronounce his last name, but who cares? Garoppolo is the epitome of tall, dark, and hella fine.
Aaron Murray, Kansas City Chiefs
He’s the younger brother of The Bachelorette season 10 winner, Josh, so you know that family’s got good genes. As if this boy next door type wasn’t hunky enough, the adorable pup he’s holding makes him even more swoon worthy.
Chris Conte, Chicago Bears
Sexy tatted biceps, and that bad boy smoldering stare; if you don’t instantly need this man in your life, it’s because you’re blind.
Shaun Suisham, Pittsburgh Steelers
Clean cut and with an infectious smile, he’s the type of All-American cutie that any girl would go for.
So there you have it, five stunningly gorgeous NFL players that you’ve never heard of. Now go, enjoy the rest of this football Sunday, and keep an eye out for these hella hunks.
Who do you think are the hottest football players in the NFL? A fan of another sport? Tell about the most attractive athletes in that sport too. Let me know whatever you’re thinking in the comments below.