The Top 30 Most Jacked NFL Football Players 2011- Part 1
With the start of the 2011 NFL season, we feel that it is only appropriate to list this season's top 30 most jacked, ripped, and muscular NFL football players. All these football players have some of the best bodies you've ever seen with huge biceps and six pack abs. These guys are also freakishly strong so we also listed some of their most impressive strength numbers. Being that this list is very subjective, we created a list based on a combination of criteria including muscular size, vascularity, leanness, proportionality, aesthetics, and rarity of body types. We supplied you with pictures so you can see more clearly why we chose one athlete over the other and who has a better physique in our eyes. Here are #30 to #21 on the list.
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#30- Brian Dawkins
Safety, Denver Broncos
6'0, 210 lbs.
Dawkins has remained one of the most intense and hardest hitting players in the NFL, racking up 6 All-Pro selections and selected as a member of the NFL 2000s All-Decade Team.
#29- Mike Sellers
Fullback, Washington Redskins
6'3, 273 lbs.
In his tenth season, Sellers was selected to play in the 2009 Pro Bowl as the starting fullback for the NFC.
#28- Bob Sanders
Strong Safety, San Diego Chargers
5'8, 206 lbs.
Feat of Strength: 497 lb. squat, 41" vertical jump, 4.3 sec. 40 yard dash
Sanders was named the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2007 and is known for being an essential member of the Colts' postseason defense that led the team to a victory in Super Bowl XLI. Since then, Sanders has suffered numerous injury problems and is looking to rejuvenate his career with the Chargers.
#27- Quincy Black
Linebacker, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
6'2, 240 lbs.
Feat of Strength: 41" vertical leap
A third round pick by the Bucs in 2007, Black is currently the starting strong side linebacker for the Bucs defense.
#26- Clay Matthews
Outside Linebacker, Green Bay Packers
6'3, 255 lbs.
Feat of Strength: 23 reps on 225 lb. bench press
The 2x Pro Bowl selection and defending Super Bowl Champion is the anchor of the Packer's defense.
#25- Cornelius Ingram
Tight End, Detroit Lions
6'4, 245 lbs.
Ingram has never really seen any major success in the NFL. He was recently placed on the Lions' practice squad/injured list.
#24- Maurice Jones Drew
Running Back, Jacksonville Jaguars
5'7, 208 lbs.
Feat of Strength: 18 reps on 225 lb. bench press
Maurice Jones Drew has established himself as one of the best running backs in the NFL with over 5,000 career rushing yards and 55 rushing TDs by the age of 26.
#23- Igor Olshansky
Defensive End, Free Agent
6'6, 315 lbs.
Feat of Strength: 505 lb. bench press, 16 reps of 315 lb. bench press, 41 reps of 225 lb. bench press
After signing a 4 year, $18 million contract with the Dallas Cowboys, Olshansky was released in September, 2011 and is currently waiting to be picked up by another team.
#22- Joey Porter
Linebacker, Arizona Cardinals
6'3, 248 lbs.
Feat of Strength: 32 reps of 225 lb. bench press
This 4x Pro Bowl Selection was an integral part of the Steelers Super Bowl run in 2005 and has remained one of the more productive defensive players in the league.
#21- Adrian Wilson
Strong Safety, Arizona Cardinals
6'3, 226 lbs.
Feat of Strength: 42" vertical jump
This 3x All-Pro selection has established himself as one of the best safeties in the NFL. In 2005, he set an NFL record for most sacks by a defensive back with 8 in total.
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