Check it out sports fans, have we got a list for you. We present the top ten most handsome NFL players in the world today, for the year 2017! For those of you into the sporty set, we have collected some smart, athletic and powerful players of the National Football League, better known as the NFL. The power of the player is in their stats, and these guys have some great looking ones. All in all, a nice, well rounded stable of the most handsome in the NFL today.
Table of Page Contents
- 10. Jimmy Garoppolo – New England Patriots
- 9. Brock Osweiler – Houston Texans
- 8. Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers
- 7. Reggie Bush – Buffalo Bills
- 6. Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks
- 5. Clay Matthews – Green Bay Packers
- 4. Miles Austin – Free Agent
- 3. Colin Kaepernick – San Francisco 49ers
- 2. Tom Brady – New England Patriots
- 1. Eric Decker – New York Jets
Here we present the list of 10 Most Handsome NFL Players
10. Jimmy Garoppolo – New England Patriots
James Garoppolo was born on November 2, 1991 in Arlington Heights, Illinois, and is a quarterback for the New England Patriots, wearing the number 10 jersey. In the NFL draft of 2014 he was round 2 and pick 62. He is a 2 times Super Bowl Champion, won the Walter Payton Award in 2013, OVC Offensive Player of the Year (2013), First team all OVC (2013) and Second team All OVC (2012). His career stats as of week 17, 2016: 94 passing attempts, 63 passing completions, 67 percentage, 690 passing yards and a passer rating of 106.2.
9. Brock Osweiler – Houston Texans
In high school, Osweiler was intent on playing basketball at Tonzaga University. However, the winds changed and he decided to make his athletic focus football instead. Born Brock Alan Osweiler on November 22, 1990 in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, Osweiler wears the Number 17 jersey for the Houston Texans. In the 2012 NFL draft, he was round 2, pick 57. He played for the Denver Broncos from 2012 to 2015, and the Houston Texans from 2016, and is currently a player. He won his Super Bowl 50 ring after the Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers, 24 to 10. Stats as of Week 17, 2016 include: 815 passing attempts, 488 passing completions, 59.9 percentage TD-INT 26-22, 5083 passing yards and a passer rating of 77.4.
8. Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers
Cam Newton is a Heisman Trophy winning quarterback (Auburn), who broke nine rookie records as a player for the Carolina Panthers. The number one jersey for the Carolina Panthers belongs to quarterback Cam Newton. In the 2011 NFL draft, Cam was round 1, pick 1. Cam was born on May 11 in 1989, in Atlanta, Georgia, and has been with the Panthers since 2011. He has played the Pro Bowl three times, 2011, 2013 and 2015. Cam has been the recipient of a variety of awards such as: First Team All Pro for 2015 and the NFL MVP for 2015, NFL Offensive Player of the Year (2015), Bert Bell Award (2015), NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (2011) BCS National Champion (2010) SEC Champion (2010). His career stats as of week 17, 2016 include: TD-INT: 136-78, 21,772 passing yards, 58.4 percent completion, passer rating of 86.1, rushing yards of 3566, and 48 rushing touchdowns. He has a son, Chosen Sebastian with longtime girlfriend, Kia Proctor.
7. Reggie Bush – Buffalo Bills
Reggie Bush is a running back for the Buffalo Bills, jersey number 22, who won the Heisman trophy for USC in 2005, which was later forfeited. Bush was born on March 2, 1985 in Spring Valley, California. During the 2006 NFL draft, he was round 1, pick 2. He began his career with the New Orleans Saints, 2006 to 2010, Miami Dolphins, 2011 to 2012, Detroit Lions, 2013 to 2014, San Francisco 49ers, 2015 and is currently with the Bills. Some of his awards and recognitions include: Super Bowl (XLIV), First team All Pro, 2008, two-time National Champion in 2003 and 2004. His career NFL stats as of week 11, 2016 include: 1283 rushing attempts, 5491 rushing yards, 477 receptions, 3598 receiving yards, 835 total return yards and 58 total career touchdowns.
6. Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks
Russell Wilson helped to take the University of Wisconsin into the 2012 Rose Bowl, and is currently the quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks and helped to carry them to victory in Super Bowl XLVIII. Wilson is number 3 for the Seattle Seahawks, and was born on November 29, 1988 in Cincinnati, Ohio. In the NFL Draft he was in round 3, pick 75. Career highlights include, Super Bowl XLVIII, two-time NFC Champion, 2014, three-time Pro Bowl in 2012, 2013, and 2015, Pro Bowl Offensive MVP for 2015, and NFL passing rating leader of 2015. Wilson’s NFL career stats as of week 17, 2016 include: Passer rating of 99.6 percent, TD-int 127-45, a completion percentage of 64.7 percent, 18,193 passing yards, 2,689 rushing yards, and 13 rushing touchdowns. He has been on the covers of Sports Illustrated, Rolling Stone, Mens Fitness and Mens Health. He is married to Ciara and are expecting their first child.
5. Clay Matthews – Green Bay Packers
Number 52 for the Green Bay Packers is outside linebacker, Clay Matthews. He was born on May 14, 1986 in Los Angeles, California, attended USC and in the 2009 NFL draft he was round 1, pick 26. Clay has been with the Green Bay Packers since 2009. Selected achievements include Super Bowl champion XLV, 6 time Pro Bowl, 2009 to 2012, 2014 and 2015. First team All Pro 2010, 2 times Second team All Pro, 2012, 2014, NFC Defensive Player of the Year in 2010, the Butkus Award in 2010. Clay’s career NFL stats as of week 17, 2016 include: 396 tackles, 72.5 sacks, 38 pass deflections, 6 interceptions, 13 forced fumbles and 2 touchdowns.
4. Miles Austin – Free Agent
Miles Jonathon Austin III was born on June 30, 1984 in Summit, New Jersey. At this time, he is currently a free agent, with the position of wide receiver. Career wise, he was a Dallas Cowboy from 2006 to 2013, Cleveland Browns, 2014 and Philadelphia Eagles, 2015. Career highlights include, 2 time Pro Bowl participant, 2009, 2010, NFC receiving yards leader, 2009 and with the Dallas Cowboys, the single game receiving yards record with 250 yards. NFL Career statistics as of 2015 include: 361 receptions, 5273 receiving yards and 37 receiving touchdowns.
3. Colin Kaepernick – San Francisco 49ers
In 2016, Kaepernick decided to sit down during the playing of “The Star Spangled Banner”, before a preseason game. He sat in respect for the many oppressed black people in America. As a result, he endured a flurry of protest, as well as welcomed support for his decision. All in all, he handled it well, and with grace and professionalism. He wears the number 7 jersey for the San Francisco 49ers and plays quarterback position. Born on November 3, 1987, he went to college in Nevada, and during the 2011 NFL draft, he was round 2 and pick 36. He was 2 times WAC offensive player of the year in 2008 and 2010. His NFL career stats as of week 17, 2016 are 1,011 passing completions, 1,692 passing attempts, 59.8 percentage TD-int: 72-30, 12,271 passing yards, 2,300 rushing yards. He is a vegan and devout Christian.
2. Tom Brady – New England Patriots
Tom Brady is the quarterback for the New England Patriots, and wears the number 12 jersey. has received four Super Bowl MVP awards for super bowl XXXVI, XXXVIII, XLIX and LI, along with 2 league MVP awards from 2007 and 2012. Brady was born on August 3, 1977 in San Mateo, California. College was Michigan and as for the NFL draft, was round 6 and pick 199 in 2000. Selected career highlights besides the Super Bowl, include: 12 time Pro Bowl participant (2001, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009 to 2016), 2 times First team All Pro, 2007 and 2010, 2 times NFL most valuable player, 2007 and 2010. NFL career stats as of week 17, 2016: 5,244 completions, 8,224 attempts, percentage: 63.8, TD-INT 456-152, 61.582 passing yards, and a passer rating of 97.2. He has also endorsed products such as Stetson cologne, Movado, and Glaceau Smartwater.
1. Eric Decker – New York Jets
Eric Decker currently plays wide receiver for the New York Jets, and wears the number 87 jersey. Eric Thomas Decker was born on March 15, 1987 at Cold Spring, Minnesota. He attended the University of Minnesota and during the 2010 NFL Draft pick, was pick 87, round 3. His roster status is injured, reserve. He played with the Denver Broncos from 2010 to 2013, and the Jew York Jets from 2014 to current. Career highlights and stats as of 2016 include: AFC receiving touchdowns leader for 2012, First team All Big Ten in 2008, 385 receptions, 5,253 receiving yards, and 52 receiving touchdowns. He is married to country singer, Jessie James and the couple have two children: Vivianne Rose and Eric Thomas.
When it is all said and done, at the end of the day, all you have is what people cannot take from you, and as these men prove with their winning statistics, powerful presence and determination of mind, that in the end, it is all in the attempt, the completion and the strength of heart and soul.