What follows isn’t a ranking or rating of any kind, but a list. I’ll let you decide for yourself which NFC North QB, the leader of the Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, or Detroit Lions, landed the best arm-candy.
Matthew Stafford‘s gorgeous former University of Georgia cheerleader who made sports blog “news” (do they make air quotes strong enough for me to convey my condescension for referring to that as “news”?) when she recently got implants.
Minnesota Vikings Christian Ponder and ESPN Samantha Steele
This lends itself to all kinds of potential conflicts of interest. See more of Steele here and here
Jay Cutler, Chicago, Kristin Cavallari
I’ve only met Cutler under the corporatized, Stalinesque, gestapo thought police environment that is Chicago Bears PR (or as us media types call them “Police Resistance”) so I have no idea what he’s really like. But everyone I know who’s met him has said he’s extremely unfriendly and condescending. And since we all know attractive women love egomaniacal jerks, this makes perfect sense.
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Destiny Newton
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