The 10 Hottest Latino NFL Stars of All Time!

Sure, we like to watch football. All those quick plays, tight ends (you know what we're talking about), and Super Bowl parties keep things interesting. To get us pumped for this Sunday's Super Bowl XLVII Baltimore Ravens vs. San Francisco 49ers showdown, which features a Beyoncé halftime show, we rounded up 10 of the hottest Latino NFL stars. Check 'em out and tell us who your fave is.

1. Football: Tony Gonzalez

Tony Gonzalez (Atlanta Falcons): The multiracial beauty was born in Torrance, CA to a Mexican and Native American mother and Portuguese, Jamaican and Scottish father. A 13-time Pro Bowl selection, Gonzalez currently holds NFL records for 107 receptions and 14,268 reception yards by a tight end.

2. Football: Aaron Hernandez

Aaron Hernandez (New England Patriots): The Connecticut-born Puerto Rican tight end was drafted by the Patriots in 2010 and, lucky for us, signed a five-year extension (and $12.5 million signing bonus) in 2012.

3. Football: Mark Sanchez

Mark Sanchez (New York Jets): The 26-year-old Mexican American quarterback is quite possibly the hottest player in the NFL. From sexy GQ covers to dating celeb do-gooders like Eva Longoria, Sanchez rose from his USC college ball days to NFL fame.

4. Football: Tony Romo

Tony Romo (Dallas Cowboys): The part-Mexican quarterback, who rose to fame when he dated Jessica Simpson back in 2007, is now happily married to former Miss Missouri USA Candice Crawford and has a son. His 2012 stats? 65.6% completions, 4,903 passing yards, 28 touchdowns, 19 interceptions, and a 90.5 quarterback rating. Not too shabby!

5. Football: Victor Cruz

Victor Cruz (New York Giants): Latina's June/July 2012 cover model is a firm believer in women watching football. "It's informative, you get to learn what different football terms mean, and it's a way to connect with your man," said the part-Puerto Rican wide receiver.

6. Football: Jeff Garcia

Jeff Garcia (San Francisco 49ers): In honor of the 49ers being in this year's Super Bowl (they have a record 5-0 Super Bowl victories), we wanted to highlight former part-Mexican quarterback Jeff Garcia, who made history as one of only nine NFL quarterbacks to make two consecutive 30-touchdown passing seasons (2000 and 2001) at least once in their career.

7. Football: Luis Castillo

Luis Castillo (San Diego Chargers): The former defensive end played six years with the Chargers before becoming breaking his leg and becoming a free agent in 2012. We'll just have to wait and see if the Brooklyn-born Dominicano gets drafted.

8. Football: Knowshon Moreno

Knowshon Moreno (Denver Broncos): With a last name like Moreno, we're guessing this hot running back has Latino roots.

9. Football: Evan Rodriguez

Evan Rodriguez (Chicago Bears): The Puerto Rican fullback and tight signed a four-year contract with the Bears last year, which means lots of screen time for us.

10. Football: Kendall Reyes

Kendall Reyes (San Diego Chargers): This defensive end used to celebrate big football moments in high school with back flips, but after packing on 80 lbs. for the pros says, “No way man. I don't think I would try that with pads on, not at 300 pounds anyway. I was a lot lighter back then.”