Ryan Fitzpatrick and Other NFL Players You Will Never Mistake for Male Models

Jacqueline KirbyContributor IIINovember 30, 2011

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - NOVEMBER 27:   Ryan Fitzpatrick #14 of the Buffalo Bills scrambles against the New York Jets during their pre season game on November 27, 2011 at  MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
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Being a woman, I get a little bit more enjoyment out of watching football besides the plays, except when a few particular players take the field.  It's not necessarily the face, but we all know that male models have that petite physique and chiseled bone structure.   

There are some players like Mark Sanchez, Matt Leinart or Reggie Bush who could easily make the switch if their careers went south; others don't have that same luxury.

It truly sucks to be a Buffalo Bills fan, not just because they typically suck, or because they started off well and once Ryan Fitzpatrick signed a new contract he decided to disappoint, but also because he looks even worse when he plays poorly.  Tom Brady could play poorly, but he's still incredibly good-looking and therefore, people—OK, mainly girls—will still want to watch him play. 

Another unfortunate-looking player? Marshawn Lynch would absolutely never be a male model. Have you seen his teeth? Last time I checked, those suckers were not being plastered on a Gucci ad. 

Jon Abraham is also on the list of larger-than-life players who will never be male models.  As cute as his round face may be, you would have to be blind to think he was model-worthy.

Next season's No. 1 non-male model choice? Andrew Luck.