Carrie Underwood and Jessica Simpson must have seen some charm originally, right?Not only is this man a handsome and formidable presence on the field, the Houston Texans running back is also a dedicated vegan and a member of the Green Party. The Green Bay Packers quarterback (center) is devoutly Christian and proud of it – much like headline bait and former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow – but unlike Tim, Aaron is damn good at his job and not at all obnoxious.I didn’t think it was possible but the Internet became a much stranger place yesterday.As the clock winded down, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers knew they were in trouble. Aaron walked into the steamy locker room and began to undress. A thundering bang was heard when it slapped against his leg.With rules premised on protecting passers, physical skills can last into the 40s.The sooner a quarterback plays, the sooner his brain develops to the point where the quarterback potentially becomes the equivalent of a coach on the field.
But there’s also the unspoken delight of a weekend day (and Monday evening) that include troves of muscular men in unforgivingly tight spandex.
So without further ado – or regard for overall NFL ranking or how many points they’d win in a Fantasy Football matchup – these are the sexiest NFL players of 2013.
This Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback may not always lead “America’s Team” to victory, but he’s got a boyish smile that’s won over more than a few starlets – temporarily.
At the time, sitting a first-round rookie quarterback was the rule, not the exception. [Joe] Flacco had some success early but he had a team kind of in place.
Starting the same year Rodgers became the starter in Green Bay, the exception became the rule. You go to a place that has some pieces and you can have some success early. it can really mess with your confidence.” In a roundabout way, Rodgers essentially labels the teams that selected quarterbacks in the first round as not very good. “When you see other quarterbacks who might have to play quickly like [Teddy] Bridgewater potentially in Minnesota and Johnny [Manziel] in Cleveland, who knows if their teams are ready enough to complement their skills?