When it comes to the “big boobs” of the women’s game, the NFL has done a good job of hiding them.
That’s why we thought it was time to shine some light on the “bodily shape” of some of its most popular players, and to highlight what makes the league a great place for women.
So here’s a look at the best and worst of the Big Boob City.
Terrell Owens, Quarterback, Cincinnati Bengals 1.
The best Terrell of them all, Terrell is not just a great football player.
He’s also a great person.
In 2014, Terrance Owens won a Super Bowl with the Cincinnati Bengals.
He was a one-time Heisman Trophy finalist, an MVP candidate, a Super Bowler, a two-time Pro Bowler and a two time AFC Offensive Player of the Year.
Owens won four MVP awards and was a four-time All-Pro.
He also led the league in total offense (3,908 yards), passing yards (3.9 million), touchdown passes (42), rushing yards (2,948) and total touchdowns (80).
Owens led the NFL in sacks in 2016.
The 32-year-old was a two NFL Pro Bowl selection.
Owens is the only player in NFL history to throw a game-winning touchdown pass in the final minutes of a game, and he was the first player to record a touchdown pass with more than five seconds left in regulation.
He won the 2017 AFC Offensive Rookie of the Week award after scoring on his first three possessions.
Owens led all NFL rookies in passing yards, completions and touchdown passes.
He had 1,842 receiving yards and had a league-leading five game-tying drives.
Cam Newton, Quarterfielder, Carolina Panthers 2.
Newton was the most decorated quarterback in the history of the Carolina Panthers.
He played in four Super Bowls, won a Heisman Trophy, made two Pro Bowls and was the MVP of the 2009 Super Bowl.
He has two Super Bowl rings, two NFC Championship rings, five NFL All-Star games, two NFL MVP awards, four Super bowl titles and two Super bowl championships.
Newton is a twotime Pro Bowl and five-time all-pro.
He is the second-most decorated quarterback to ever play in the NFL, behind only Joe Montana.
Joe Thomas, Running Back, Denver Broncos 3.
The Broncos running back is the best in the game.
Thomas has won 11 NFL rushing titles and five NFL rushing MVP awards.
He earned his fourth Pro Bowl nod last season, and in 2018, he led the team in rushing yards and yards per carry.
He led the Broncos to their first win over the Chiefs in franchise history in Super Bowl 50.
Thomas also led Denver to a Super 16 victory over the Green Bay Packers in the 2017 season opener.
He averaged 5.6 yards per rush.
Thomas is the first running back to win the league rushing title twice in the same season since Adrian Peterson did it in 2013.
Marshawn Lynch, Wide Receiver, Seattle Seahawks 4.
Lynch is the No. 1 receiver in the entire NFL.
He leads the league with five 100-yard receiving games and a career-best 1,719 receiving yards.
He became the first active player in the league to win two MVP awards (2011 and 2016) and is the NFL Defensive Player of Year in 2017.
Lynch has eight 100-catch seasons and a league leading 19,744 receiving yards in 2017 alone.
He broke the NFL single-season record for receiving yards by a wide receiver in 2015.
He caught a touchdown in Superbowl XLVII and has a career receiving average of over 70 yards per game.
Arian Foster, Runningback, Houston Texans 5.
Foster is one of the best running backs in the world.
He ranks fifth in the all-time rushing yards list with 2,737.
Foster has rushed for 1,500 yards in his first four seasons in the League.
He set a franchise record for rushing yards in a season (1,567 in 2017).
He finished the season with 1,091 yards rushing, tied for second on the team behind only Arian McDougle.
He rushed for a franchise-record 656 yards in the season finale against the Dallas Cowboys.
He finished with 5,863 yards rushing.
Foster leads the NFL with 6,711 yards rushing in 2018.
He reached the 1,000-yard mark in the 2018 season opener against the Buffalo Bills, and was named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s All-Decade team.
Mars Hill, Running Backs, Washington Redskins 6.
Hill is the all time leading rusher in the American Football League, with 3,094 rushing yards.
Hill also has 11 rushing touchdowns in his career.
Hill set the single-game rushing record with