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PHOTOS: Who’s The Hottest Player In The AFC?

We’re breaking down the stats that nobody else will: The hottest damn men on the field (or on the bench) every Sunday and Monday (and sometimes Thursday) for the fall and winter months. C’mon, it’s a game where beefy men with bulging muscles ram into each other for sport, so we knew we needed to look at all the hotties from each and every team in both divisions. There are two, people: The AFC (American Football Conference) and the NFC (National Football Conference). The Tom Bradys and Mark Sanchezes of the world get all the attention and adulation, so we’re looking beyond pretty-boy-QBs and checking the full line-up for a diverse groups of delicious gridiron grunters. Heard of Fantasy Football? Yeah, this is our version. And we’ve learned, apparently we have a thing for Safeties…who knew? In our first installment, enjoy the men of the AFC.

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New England Patriots
Danny Amendola / #80 / Wide Receiver

He may be new to the Pats’ roster this year, but we are already playing very close attention to his every beautiful (sigh) move.

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Buffalo Bills
Dorin Dickerson / #42 / Tight End, Fullback

Stop snickering at his positions, and take a look at those guns!

2010 NFL Combine - Day Four

Miami Dolphins
Reshad Jones / #20 / Free Safety

The team picked him up for a mere $29 million-something for four years. Yeah, we can’t afford him, so we’ll just admire from afar.

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New York Jets
Dawan Landry / #26/ Safety

Maybe he’s not quite as smoking-in-hell-hot as his older brother (see Colts) but this former Baltimore Ravens can still crush us with those biceps any old day.

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Cincinnati Bengals
Dane Sanzenbacher / #11 / Wide Receiver

He’s got the older, wiser (?) slightly scruffier Zac Efron thing going on, and we’re okay with that.

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Cleveland Browns
Jordan Cameron / #84 / Wide Receiver

Not everything is as hot in Cleveland as Cameron, and since he’s about as All-American as they come (if you’re into that sort of thing), we say, “Game on!”

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Pittsburgh Steelers
Bruce Gradowski / #5 / Quarterback

We’re probably not going to see much of him on the field while Roethlisberger is still in the game as QB, but we don’t care. Call us naughty, because our prison fantasy dreams are working wonders with Bruce almighty.

Michael Griffin

Tennessee Titans
Michael Griffin / #33 / Safety

Oh, the things we could do with all that.

Laron Landry

Indianapolis Colts
Laron Landry / #30 / Strong Safety

Stop. Just stop. It looks like a Scruff picture for chrissakes. The hottest Scruff picture ever. We can’t take it. We just can’t take it.

Russell Allen

Jacksonville Jaguars
Russell Allen / #50 / Linebacker

He’s one of the big boys, and at 6’3”, 240lbs. we wouldn’t want to meet him in a dark alley. Wait…on second thought…

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Houston Texans
David Quessenberry / #77/ Tackle

We were so hoping this shot was taken at the Eagle L.A.—because it sure looks like it to us. Just sayin’.

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Denver Broncos
Eric Decker / #87 Wide / Receiver

Let’s be frank: Peyton Manning is very talented and he may be as rich as the day is long, but he’s been beaten by the ugly stick. So we’re all about Decker. Yeah, you’re onboard. We know it. (Google Eric Decker shirtless if you don’t believe us. We’ll wait. See? You’re welcome.)

NFL: Combine

Kansas City Chiefs
Eric Fisher / #1 / Tackle

We’re just gonna come right out and say it: With Aaron Hernandez (New England Patriots) heading to the clink, this is his cheaper, look-a-like, tatt-free substitute. And we’re not too broken up about it.

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Oakland Raiders
Kaluka Maiava / #54 / Linebacker

There isn’t much going on for the poor Raiders these days (or for the last decade…but we digress), but thank heavens Raider nation fans have Kaluka to make goo-goo eyes for.

Charlie Whitehurst

San Diego Chargers
Charlie Whitehurst / #6 / Quarterback

Sure, he reminds us of True Blood’s Alcide, so we were smitten at first bite…err, sight. If we’re watching football we do we have to be able to let our minds wander, right?