vcczar Posted October 2, 2022 Share Posted October 2, 2022 This one took forever. Aaron Donald seems like he wants to retire soon, so I doubt he jumps ahead of LT or possibly Lewis. I'd be shocked if JJ Watt moves. Bulldog Turner is the greatest defensive player of the pre-Defensive Stat days. Defenders prior to 1960 are at a huge disadvantage because of a lack of stats. Hutson at #32 is also the WR that's at #1. He's the greatest two-way player in NFL history. Howley at #47 is a candidate to make it to the Hall of Fame this year. If anyone is curious, TJ Watt is in the 50s, and could make this list this year if he doesn't miss too much time and excels. Taylor, Lawrence 1 Lewis, Ray 2 White, Reggie 3 Smith, Bruce 4 Donald, Aaron 5 Watt, JJ 6 Lott, Ronnie 7 Singletary, Mike 8 Lambert, Jack 9 Woodson, Rod 10 Turner, Bulldog 11 Page, Alan 12 Schmidt, Joe 13 White, Randy 14 Christiansen, J 15 Robinson, Johnny 16 Adderley, Herb 17 Greene, Joe 18 Ham, Jack 19 Wagner, Bobby 20 Marchetti, Gino 21 George, Bill 22 Sanders, Deion 23 Strahan, Michael 24 Reed, Ed 25 Lilly, Bob 26 Jones, Deacon 27 Kuechly, Luke 28 Davis, Willie 29 Brooks, Derrick 30 Jordan, Henry 31 Hutson, D 32 Eller, Carl 33 Robustelli, A 34 Youngblood, Jack 35 Bednarik 36 Randle, John 37 Ware, DeMarcus 38 Polamalu, T 39 Willis, Patrick 40 Thomas, Zach 41 Seau, Junior 42 Wood, Willie 43 Bell, Bobby 44 Buoniconti, N 45 Hendricks, Ted 46 Howley, Chuck 47 Woodson, Charles 48 Nomellini 49 Allen, Jared 50 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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