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Football season has arrived and so have the Top Fantasy Football Player Lists. Athletes are the kinds of celebrities who take their vehicles seriously, so it’s no surprise to see that some of the top Fantasy Football players are proud of their rides.
Here are 11 of the top fantasy football players that drive some of the coolest cars in the NFL.
If you haven’t seen it already, Odell Beckham Jr.’s Rolls-Royce is as customized as it can get. Beckham Jr.’s first season with the Cleveland Browns meant it was time to trick out a new ride, too. The Cullinan is Rolls-Royce’s high-sitting SUV-like model that you won’t find wandering the streets often. With a price tag well over $300,000 new, Beckham Jr. paid even more for his fully customized Cleveland Browns paint job and the tiny figurine of himself that appears out of the hood.
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Deshaun Watson, a quarterback for the Houston Texans, showcased his Bentley Bentayga in a private airline hangar on Instagram. The luxurious SUV is roughly $165,000 which doesn’t even make a dent in Watson’s $13.84 million contract and $8 million signing bonus. So it’s probably his daily driver. What do you think of the blue? We love it.
JuJu Smith-Schuster, a wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, now owns a Tesla Model X. After two seasons of playing in the NFL, Smith-Schuster finally got his driver’s license for the first time and upgraded from the bike to a Tesla. For a little over $70,000, you can have a Model X of your own, too.
Amari Cooper’s BMW i8 makes a statement all on its own. The i8 starts at $150,000 and is considered a supercar of sorts with a hybrid engine. Though it doesn’t meet all standards for supercars, the i8 is one that BMW lovers keep coming back to over the last five years. Cooper’s i8 doesn’t seem to be anything more than one you’d find on the lot today, but it sure does have style.
Ezekiel Elliot bought a Corvette Stingray with his first paycheck with the Dallas Cowboys. The Stingray was estimated at that time to be roughly $60,000. And although the car was a big purchase for the rookie at the time, he also bought his mom a house, too.
Nick Chubb of the Atlanta Falcons partnered up with a local dealership and found himself behind the wheel of a GLC 63S. At roughly $80,000 new, we’d say a GLC 63S AMG is a pretty nice partnership gift.
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Genesis has long been a sponsor of the ProBowl and those that are MVPs of the ProBowl game win a Genesis car of their own! Travis Kelce, the tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, had a night for himself during the 2017 ProBowl with 3 passes, a touchdown, and a conversion which landed him the award for Offensive MVP and a new Genesis G80. G80s start in the $50,000 range, which may seem beneath most athletes, but it’s still a free car!
Another partnership with a local dealership led Sony Michel of the New England Patriots to own a BMW X6. At $65,000, the all blacked-out X6 is truly a beauty that will rule the roads of Massachusetts come winter. With all-wheel drive, Michel won’t have any problem getting to and from practice in the cold.
Have you ever wanted to help design a car? Well T.Y. Hilton did with the help of a local dealership. In 2018, Hilton had the opportunity to make a Toyota Camry his own and turned it into a Ghost Edition. Hilton is known by fans and teammates as “Ghost,” so the idea was fitting to theme a white Camry around his nickname. On these special edition Camrys, Hilton featured ghost emblems, blue lighting, and his signature on the headrests. Only eleven of these cars were made and Hilton got to take one home for himself!
Antonio Brown was once upon a time a Pittsburgh Steeler and his reign in Pittsburgh was spent in almost every kind of Rolls Royce you could imagine. But the one that captured everyone’s attention was his customized Steelers Wraith that rolled up to training camp in 2016. Titled “Stars on Stars,” the Wraith is decorated in Steelers black and yellow with stars everywhere. Brown is a big fan of Rolls-Royce and had rented several to drive to training camps before, but this one was his very own and it matched his personality!
Christian McCaffrey is high on the top fantasy player list and his G-Wagon status shows it. At only 23 years old, McCaffrey is a running back for the Carolina Panthers. Though McCaffrey’s G-Wagon isn’t the flashiest of NFL athlete cars, it’s still a big achievement for an NFL player who’s only been in the league for 2 years.
These fantasy football players own some of the cars we fantasize about most often and some we didn’t know we wanted, too. Which car would you want? Let us know in the comments below!