NFL Players Christmas List

Spending a lot of time around NFL players and their families, I get to see what they spend their money on. When you’re a professional athlete you have two assets many of us don’t; time and money. When one has time and money they usually can figure the latest and coolest toys to buy. So what do pro athletes want and what can you ladies buy your man?

Here’s a list of what’s trending on pro athletes wish list:

1) Hair it is: Facial hair gone wild looks to be a fad that’s not going away any time soon. I've never seen so many pro athletes letting it all hang out. Facial hair is the equivalent to the tattoo rage of the 90’s. Here are some ideas to tame the Grizzly Adams wannabe in your house.

Tom Ford for conditioning beard oil for men. If he won’t shave it, he may manage it by hydrating, softening and giving it some shine. With signature manly scents such as musky oud wood, sweet tobacco vanille and piney Neroli, how can he not still feel studly?

The Merkur 180 long handle by Dovo. Big guys, big beards, can mean big hands. The Merkur 180 gives your athlete a longer handle to operate with one of the best blades on the planet. Dovo’s lines of shavers are known for quality.

2) Ear to ear: Any time you see an NFL football player walking through the airport or going through his pre-game ritual, he’s usually sporting some earphones. We all see the dominance of Beats by doctor Dre’, but the fastest growing trend I’m seeing is athletes getting custom fitted earpieces.

Ultimate Ears UE-5 custom fitted headphones are getting raves reviews. Once you experience the custom fitted headphones it’s hard to settle for the universal models. These headphones are tailored for each individual’s ears. Athletes love anything that is unique to them and so will any baller in your life.

Another more affordable option: Fuze custom earphones, About $50

3) Grind it: I had a client with the Jets a few years ago who actually had an espresso machine in his locker. It was so popular he had more guys stopping by for some caffeine than he had cups.

I’ve noticed more and more athletes are trading Gatorade bottles for coffee mugs.

Here are some of the more popular models you might find:

The Ratio automatic pour over. You’ll most likely find this in the QB’s meeting rooms. QB's are patient and want to design a proper coffee. This costly but worth-it maker provides perfect engineered coffee with the touch of one button.

The Nepresso citiZ espresso machine machine provides simplicity, quickness and convenience. For those looking for a quick fix

4) Drive for show: Golf is becoming more and more popular among players in the offseason. With no time for practice or lessons these guys want to play well and play well now. Here are some ideas for the golf enthusiast who hates to lose.

ZEPP mobile analysis tool: Instant 3D feedback and analysis of your golf swing will allow you to fix the most fatal of slices quicker than ever. With a Bluetooth device attached, you can swing away and get the instant feedback you need on your mobile device on what’s really going wrong.

Optishot simulator: No time for a full round? Optishot will allow you to play full rounds in under an hour from the comfort of your own home. You can swing away with all of your clubs and project onto your HDTV for a full playing experience. Note: There is a foam ball option for those with the nasty hook.

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Buffalo -10 -110

NY Jets +10 -110

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Detroit +2 -110

Atlanta -2 -110

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Cleveland -3 +100

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Dallas +1 -110

Washington -1 -110

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Pittsburgh +1.5 -110

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Tampa Bay -4.5 -110

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San Francisco +3 -110

New England -3 -110

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Jacksonville +7.5 -110

LA Chargers -7.5 -110

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Oct 25th, 8:20 PM

Seattle -3.5 -120

Arizona +3.5 -120

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Oct 26th, 8:15 PM

Chicago +6 -110

LA Rams -6 -110

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Oct 29th, 8:20 PM

Atlanta +2.5 -115

Carolina -2.5 -115

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Nov 1st, 1:00 PM

Pittsburgh +5 -110

Baltimore -5 -110

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Nov 1st, 1:00 PM

Minnesota +7 -110

Green Bay -7 -110

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Nov 1st, 1:00 PM

NY Jets +21 -110

Kansas City -21 -110

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Nov 1st, 1:00 PM

Indianapolis -3 -125

Detroit +3 -125

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Nov 1st, 1:00 PM

Tennessee -4 -110

Cincinnati +4 -110

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Nov 1st, 1:00 PM

Las Vegas +3 -115

Cleveland -3 -115

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Nov 1st, 1:00 PM

New England +2.5 -110

Buffalo -2.5 -110

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Nov 1st, 1:00 PM

LA Rams -3.5 -105

Miami +3.5 -105

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Nov 1st, 4:05 PM

LA Chargers -1 -105

Denver +1 -105

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Nov 1st, 4:25 PM

San Francisco +4.5 -110

Seattle -4.5 -110

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New Orleans -3 -105

Chicago +3 -105

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Dallas +3.5 -110

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