Editor's Note: This is a guest post by N D, the mastermind behind the blog Shot of Ginn, the Internet's best depository for chronicling the party habits of professional athletes.
Partying and athletes go together like vodka and Redbull. They have more money than they know what to do with, they have long periods of no work, and women will do anything to get the chance to sleep with them. Lots of times they forget the cardinal rule of being rich and famous -- don't get any embarrassing photos taken of you so that they can get leaked onto the Internet. (Of course, sometimes they miss the other rules, specifically: bathrooms aren't for sex, don't get put in handcuffs, dogs are man's best friend, and if you love feet leave that in the bedroom.) Now that another year has come and gone, we can look back at the past at the 10 funniest drunk professional football players of 2010.
Brian Brohm — QB, Buffalo Bills
Back before the draft, it was a question of who would be better: Brian Brohm from Louisville or Matt Ryan from Boston College. Looks like that was settled pretty fast. Now if the real debate was who partied harder, Brohm might actually win. The Buffalo QB has completed more beer bongs than passes during his young career.
Ben Patrick — TE, Arizona Cardinals
Usually when you're a starting player for an NFL team, hot tail comes easy. Here it's pretty evident that being the starting tight end isn't so attractive to the ladies.
Kyle Orton — QB, Denver Broncos
Kyle Orton was known for his good accuracy during his tenure with the Chicago Bears. Those talents apparently don't relate to his drinking, as getting the beer in the mouth appears to be a problem for Neck Beard. Now that he has been benched for Jesusback Tim Tebow, he has accomplished his greatest feat: convincing Tebow to turn the sideline water to Jack Daniels.
Sean Payton — Head Coach, New Orleans Saints
The New Orleans Saints' Super Bowl party probably still hasn't ended, and sometimes this year they play like they are still hungover. After all this partying, Sean Payton's liver is starting to look like it got hit by a hurricane.
Trevor Laws — DT, Philadelphia Eagles
The only thing this former 2nd-round pick loves more than Steel Reserve? Getting paid more money than DeSean Jackson to sit on the bench.