Most NFL players are loaded with money, so it completely makes sense for them to spend a large chunk of it on ridiculous cribs (for those of you who don't know what a crib is, it is a fancy word for a house).
Massive homes filled with game rooms, theaters and pools are common for football players, but these following seven players have taken the common and made it completely ridiculous.
Here are the seven most ridiculous cribs in the NFL.
Most Ridiculous Part of Crib: Waterfalls surrounding pool and hot tub
T.J. Houshmandzadeh was one of a few NFL players to make an appearance on the hit MTV show Cribs. Even though he no longer plays for the Cincinnati Bengals, Houshmandzadeh still keeps his home in the Cincinnati area.
However, his most impressive home is the one he keeps in Newport Coast, California. This house is decked to the max and covers over 8,000 square feet of space.
The most ridiculous part of his house is that there are waterfalls surrounding his entire pool and hot tub area.
You can watch a video tour of the home here.
Most Ridiculous Part of Crib: Gisele Bundchen in a 22,000 square-foot paradise
Technically, this house isn't built yet, which is why it ranks so low on this list. When this 22,000 square-foot, $20 million mansion is finished, it will blow all other NFL player's cribs out of the water.
A bridge will connect two parts of the house and the nursery for Brady's son will probably be bigger than the house I currently live in. The greatest part of this home is the fact that he shares it with Gisele Bundchen. Some guys just have it all.
You can see pictures of the unfinished home here.
Most Ridiculous Part of Crib: Room filled with own jerseys and shuffleboard
To call Jared Allen eccentric would be an understatement. When Allen isn't hunting animals with a spear or attempting to destroy quarterbacks, he enjoys his home in Scottsdale, Arizona.
He shares this home with former teammate Boomer Grigsby and the two appear to have a good time together. Allen's crib is stacked with a karaoke machine, band equipment and the ever popular full-size shuffleboard. He has one room in which the walls are completely covered in his own jerseys.
If you wish to have Allen take you on a tour of his home, watch this.
Most Ridiculous Part of Crib: Full indoor basketball court with stands
I was actually surprised to rank Terrell Owens this low on the list because of how ridiculous he is on the field. I guess that ridiculousness doesn't fully transfer over into his crib.
His home is sprawled over eight acres of land and is nearly 8,000 square-feet. Packed with a complete workout gym, swimming pool and volleyball court, it is easy to see how Owens stays in such good shape.
The most ridiculous part of Owens' crib is the full-court indoor basketball hoop that is in a separate house from the main building. I guess Owens gets some pretty good pickup games going because there are stands surrounding the court for spectators.
If you wish to see pictures of his ridiculous home, they are here.
Most Ridiculous Part of Crib: Aquarium above bed
Terrell Owens' former teammate Chad Ochocinco is another ridiculous player on the field, but his crib is a little crazier than Owens' crib.
There isn't much to say about this house except for the ridiculous amount of aquariums. In fact, Ochocinco loves aquariums so much that he sleeps with one directly above his bed. At least his fiancee, Evelyn Lozada, likes the fish too.
Here is a ridiculous picture of the aquarium above his bed.
Most Ridiculous Part of Crib: Alligators and guns
To attempt to predict Darnell Dockett's actions is like trying to predict the winning lottery numbers. There is just no way that you can do it.
After reports came out that Dockett almost brought a gun to practice and how much he likes guns, it would be a safe assumption that his house probably is filled with plenty of them. Throw in the pet alligator that he adopted earlier this year and you have quite the ridiculous crib.
Most Ridiculous Part of Crib: Authentic Rembrandt painting
This may seem completely shocking to put DeAngelo Hall as owning the most ridiculous crib, but he absolutely deserves the spot.
He didn't earn this spot because of the ridiculous amount of bedrooms and bathrooms or the Virginia Tech poker table. No, Hall earned this spot because he actually has an authentic Rembrandt painting hanging in his hallway.
Of all the ridiculous things in NFL player's homes, this takes the cake. Who would have pegged Hall for an art buff. Well done, Mr. Hall, you fooled us all.
By the way, here is a picture of the painting.