Originally written on The Other Paper  |  Last updated 11/18/14

If Tim Tebow has a hard time getting playing time with the New York Jets this season, he won't have any problem seeing some action off the field— even if he has to pull a quarterback sneak.

AshleyMadison.com— the infidelity matchmaking site— polled 13,500 women and asked them which athletes would make them stray from their husbands and 1-in-5 listed the virginal football player.

Since the ultra-religious Tebow is saving his cherry for marriage, that makes the odds of playing the field with the quarterback in Biblical sense at about one-in-one million.



The salacious website— which once offered $1 million to prove Tebow was really not a virgin— said Tebow got 19.6% of the votes but was still far behind the most desired fling— David Beckham. The British soccer star could reportedly get it on with 43.1% of the philandering ladies.

Tebow may be happy to know he did beat out his Jets counterpart Mark Sanchez and New England rival Tom Brady. Giants Super Bowl MVP— and late night comedy show host— Eli Manning got 8.5% of the wives hot and bothered.

Other big name boy toys the ladies would take to the Notell Motel include the newly-single Derek Jeter (16.5%), Alex Rodriguez (13.2%) and that old horndog himself, Tiger Woods, who came in at 15th place with 6.1%.

Even being married to a Kardashian did nothing to keep the ladies from lusting after the sullied Kris Humphries. The Brooklyn Nets forward still got 3.3% of the votes— fifth among all NBA players.


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