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CHICKS ON FOOTBALL: Hunky Hall of Fame
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Steve YoungWe must admit we loathed this man early in his career as he supplanted our long-time heartthrob Joe Montana. But now we are finally ready to forgive Young after all, the fleet-footed quarterback gave us years of spine-tingling entertainment long after Joe had put away his spandex. The great-great-great grandson of Brigham Young certainly has made some history of his own. Young holds the record for the highest single-season NFL quarterback rating (112.8) as well as the career record (96.8). He is a two-time NFL MVP and was the MVP of Super Bowl XXIX.
Dan HamptonWell, this must be the year for forgiving because we are ready to pardon another ex-nemesis. Dan Hampton was one of the nasty
Robert SmithOne thing is for certain Smith is not like the other boys. Rather than torment his fans by making them witness his sad decline, Robert retired at his climax and left us chicks begging for more. In his final season, Smith posted the best stats of his career with 1,521 rushing yards and an eye-popping 5.2 yards per carry in 2000. In a league in which everyone is looking for the big payday, Smith walked away once he became a free agent contract worth millions. To put it in perspective for the ladies, that equates to approximately 20,000 pairs of Jimmy Choo shoes per year! (Ouch!!!) But Smith is different for a number of reasons other than his lack of greed. First of all, he is prettier than the rest his gorgeous face, chiseled body and graceful stride made him a breathtaking sight both on and off the field. The shockingly intelligent ex-Viking also has unique interests including astrology and computer science. Smith now oversees the Robert Smith Foundation, which aids children battling cancer. Now this is the type of man you could bring home to your mom and dad!
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1999 Inductees (The Original Hunks!)