Most intimidating defensive nfl players
He was also a durable performer, missing just one game in his 10 years.Mackey played in two of the first five Super Bowls and had a 75-yard touchdown catch in their Super Bowl V win over Dallas.For 13 seasons, Seau was the Chargers' defensive leader, leading San Diego to their only Super Bowl appearance to date (Super Bowl XXIX). With New England in 2007, Seau was a key to helping the Patriots finish a perfect 16-0 in the regular season.The toughest quarterback to ever play the game, Brett Favre started a record 321 consecutive games (including playoffs) from 1992-2010.Most Corners make a switch to safety when they slow down. Green was also a clutch kick returner who made some huge plays in the playoffs as a return man.Green had 54 interceptions in his illustrious career.
One of the most versatile defensive backs in NFL history, Rod Woodson led three different teams to the Super Bowl at two different positions.
A member of both the College Football and Pro Football Halls of Fame, Alan Page was the key to Minnesota's "Purple People Eaters" defense in the 1960s and 1970s.
Page won a starting job in the fourth game of his rookie season and remained there for the rest of his career.
A four-time Super Bowl champion who spent his entire career in Pittsburgh, Terry Bradshaw played 14 seasons with the Steelers, won four Super Bowl titles in a six-year period (1975, 1976, 19), and became the first quarterback to win three and four Super Bowl titles.
In those four Super Bowls, Bradshaw threw for 932 yards and nine touchdowns and was the MVP in Super Bowls XIII and XIV.
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – SEPTEMBER 30: Lawrence Taylor #56 of the New York Giants in action against the Dallas Cowboys during an NFL football game September 30, 1990 at The Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)Over the years the NFL continues to get faster, stronger and produce athletes that are some of the most feared individuals when it comes to doing what they do best.