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Greatest Defensive Linemen of All Time

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Reggie White Report Abuse
13 Time First-team All-Pro selection, 2 Time NFL Defensive Player of the Year, 2nd All Time in Sacks with 198. Reggie's known as one of the greatest pass rushers ever, but he was also a tremendous run blocker and team leader. Considered the perfect defensive end.
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I saw them all. Reggie was one of the best for sure, but had a lot of advantages including the much greater media presence of the NFL in his day. I agree with guest, he's on my 5 man rotation with the Deacon, Page, Mean Joe and the Moose, Carl Eller
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ignorant statement, redbaron.
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played against 150lb linemen? you ain't got the brains God gave geese.
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Great but had the advantage of playing when they finally officially kept track of things like sacks.Onmy all time 4 man front he's in my starting rotating 5. Him, Page, Deacon, Mean Joe and Eller
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@guest, decon played against 150 lb lineman too.
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they didn't keep track of sacks back in the day. I heard that estimated from old game films Deacon had way more the Reggie
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BEST
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Reggie white had more sacks than games played for 10 years, nobody had that. when he played for philly he was triple teamed ever down and still killed qbs
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nope, he is the best
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He should be number 3 Deacon Jones and Alan Page are better
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Well I think White was overrated Jared Allen averaged more sacks a season than White But of course The only thing you damn people care about is super bowls
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The Best!
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best ever, was the only person to have more sacks than games played for 10 years. Jimmy Johnson coach of the cowboys tailored his team accordingly . he said he was the best ever.
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Over rated sorry just because he was religous means nothing.
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reggie white is sooooooooooo number 1#
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Alan Page Report Abuse
A member of the Vikings "Purple People Eater" defense of the 70s, Page was a 9 Time Pro Bowl selection, the 1971 NFL MVP (first defensive player ever to win), and the 1973 NFL Defensive Player of the Year. He recorded 148.5 sacks and played in 218 consecutive games without an absence.
753 points - added 5 years ago by pxc0 - 8 comments
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BEST LINEMAN. EVER.
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I've been watching NFL football since 1966 - and I've seen a great many players - and Joe Greene and Alan Page were the best defensive tackles I have ever seen. They played the game differently - Greene was a strong, nasty, "anchor" type of a tackle, while Page was the opposite - pure speed, surprising strength and perfect technique. On the rare occasion Page was held up at the line - he was able to disengage from blockers with an incredible array of moves and spins I'd never seen before. It made him far more dangerous than your "normal" defensive tackle - as he was NEVER out of a play. From 1968 - 1975, Page was so quick off the ball that he was consistently in the opponents backfield disrupting blocking schemes before plays could develop - which made his linemates even better. Page had the speed to run down any QB - as well as a great many RB's. Those who knocked Page would claim that because Page played "light" (230lbs) he could be overpowered by larger linemen. Those who never saw him play but still "parrot" this claim today are unable to point to any specific example of this occuring but rather will simply say - "the Vikings line got pushed around in their Super Bowl losses" and mistakenly use Super Bowl XI as theit example - for they think since the Vikings lost and since Page went up against Hall of Famer's Art Shell and Gene Upshaw - Page was surely beaten. This shows how little these people know - as Page's stats for that Super Bowl reveal the truth - 12 Tackles, (2 for loss) and 1 Sack! FYI - his Super Bowl totals: 4 games played: 32 tackles (8 for loss), 3 sacks and 1 pass defended. Don't believe anyone who claims that Bob Lilly, Merlin Olsen or anyone else was a better DT than Alan Page ... and his NFL MVP award - the first NFL MVP award EVER given to a defender and the only one a D-lineman has EVER received - is all the proof you need.
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After Deacon, he was the greatest I ever saw, and had the best series of downs I know of against the Lions one day in early 70's. He was so quick I saw him "intercept" laterals more than once.
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To the second comment, the Vikings front four were well past their prime by the Oakland SuperBowl. The Vikings were, in my mind, the best defense and probably the best team in football from 69 to 71, and maybe again in 73 or 74, whichever year it was that they got robbed on the Hail Mary push off by Drew.
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P.S. That front four has three guys on the top six here.
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Your TEAM is what your record is. Go to pro football reference .com and search "greatest defense ever" and "greatest defensive line playing together" and see what you get to smoke in your pipe.
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The greatest defencive line EVER- the very same line that got manhandled by Oakland in the Super Bowl.You are what your record says you are (in this case 0-4 in Super Bowls played).The Steelers of the 70s had the CHAMPIONSHIPS (4 in 6 years )to back up the STEEL CURTAIN NICKNAME
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The Vikings of 1969, 1970 and 1971 had the greatest defensive run ever in terms of points allowed and it was primarily due to the greatest defensive line ever.
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Deacon Jones Report Abuse
8 Time Pro Bowl selection, 75th Anniversary All-Time Team, 173.5 Sacks. Nicknamed the "Secretary of Defense", Jones is considered one of the greatest defensive players ever. The term "sack" is thought to have originated with him. Jones also unofficially had 26 sacks in 1967, which (if official) would be the single season record.
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Without a doubt the greatest defensive lineman ever, possibly the greatest defensive player period. They didn't keep the stats that make later players look so good or he'd own every record. Most of the time he was the fastest player on the field offense or defense.
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"Mean" Joe Greene Report Abuse
4 Time Super Bowl champion, 10 Time Pro Bowl selection, 2 Time NFL Defensive Player of the Year. Greene anchored what many consider the greatest defensive line ever, "The Steel Curtain" of the 70s Steelers.
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He should be number 1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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He is one of the best players of all time
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should be number one
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mean joe greene was a 2 time defensive player of the year a4time super bowl champion and the most dirtiest,nastiest,meanest player to ever play football.
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Simply put the GREATEST collection of talent to ever step on an NFL field Super bowl wins aside that entire defence notched something like 60 pro bowl appearances between them (the 3 linebackers had 27 )
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Carl Eller Report Abuse
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When you consider he played alongside Page and Marshall with a not to be sneezed at gary Larsen, they were hands down the greatest Dline to ever play together and played a big part in the best 3 year run any defense has ever had
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Actually, the best defensive end of all time. Yes, better than Deacon Jones. Just ask Dan Dierdorf and Bart Starr.
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Jim Marshall Report Abuse
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Anyone else notice that three of the guys mentioned on this list are Vikings who all played together? What a line!
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Lee Roy Selmon Report Abuse
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Leeroy was THE BEST !!
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Bruce Smith Report Abuse
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Agree totally Best DE White, Bruce then Bruce Smith. When we get into the DE/LB types I would put Lawrence Taylor 3rd, Derrick Thomas 4th, Haley 5th. Justin Taylor 6th. Although none were true DE's they were great pass rushers which gets all the glory. Plus all played the run well too. Now add in more true DE's to fill out rest of top 20.
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Move smith up 11 notches....behind Howdie long and over rated Michael strahan ....what a joke
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#15 for alltime sack leader in history this list is wrong should be Reggie 1st the Bruce Smith then 4 time super bowl winner Charles Hayley then randle. And so on
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Julius Peppers Report Abuse
He is under rated. He is very athletic and you see the difference in the teams wins where he goes. Panthers had 2 wins without him and the bears had 10 wins when they got him.
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Julius Peppers might be the greatest athlete I have ever seen. He is also one of the largest. I believe he is one of the five greatest athletes of all time if not number one. The only two D-line that might be better are Deacon Jones and Reggie White
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Julius Peppers in 10 seasons so far... Peppers has 100 sacks, a 10 per year average and 100 behind all time leader Bruce Smith who had 200 for his career and averaged 10.53 per season. Peppers could pass this mark. Peppers has 8 interceptions, tied for second most all time by a defensive lineman, Ron McDole has the most INT's all time by a D-lineman with 12. Peppers could pass this mark. Peppers has 36 forced fumbles, only 11 behind all time leader Jason Taylor who has 47 FF. Peppers could pass this mark. Peppers has 57 passes defensed, Jason Taylor has the most all time by a defensive lineman with 94 passes defensed. Peppers could come close to or break this mark. Peppers has 12 blocked field goals which is second best in NFL history, Shaun Rogers holds the official blocked field goals record with 17. Peppers could break this mark.
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NFL records and accomplishments through 10 seasons Most interception return yards by a defensive lineman in NFL history: 178 yds Most interception return yards in a single season by a defensive lineman in NFL history: 143 yds Longest interception return by a defensive lineman in NFL history: 97 yds Most interception return yards in a single game by a defensive lineman in NFL history: 97 yds Most combined interception and fumble return yards by a defensive lineman in a single season since NFL merger in 1970: 203 yds
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Peppers is the second best defensive lineman in NFL history after Reggie White. Peppers does everything from getting sacks, stopping the run, getting interceptions, forcing fumbles, knocking down passes, and getting blocked field goals. He is an all around dominant force.
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bears got a 11 wins wen they got him. 12 counting playoffs. yeah hes defintly underated.
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Howie Long Report Abuse
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Merlin Olsen Report Abuse
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Should be much higher on this list. Fourteen Pro Bowls and played next to Deacon Jones. Deacon Jones number 2 spot and his success could be partially attributed to Olsen playing next to him for many of Jones outstanding years. Jones and Olsen probably led the greatest defensive line NFL history which included David Deacon Jones, Merlin Olsen, Roosevelt Grier, and Lamar Lundy.
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Jack Youngblood Report Abuse
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love him
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Warren Sapp Report Abuse
He had an ubelievable motor and dominating use of hands. Led arguabaly one of the best defensive units to the super.
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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnston was a big deal in college football . He got hurt and the second string guy, unfortunately for the rock was warren sapp.
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Ran a 4.68 40 yard dash at 330 pounds.
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Randy White Report Abuse
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the MANSTER as he was called. AWESOME
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Gino Marchetti Report Abuse
11 Time Pro Bowl selection, 75th Anniversary All-Time Team, 1958 NFL Lineman of the Year. Marchetti was a member of the Championship Colts teams of the 50s. He was named the NFL's top defensive end of its first 50 years.
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Gino should be higher.
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Bob Lilly Report Abuse
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Jason Taylor Report Abuse
Jason taylor holds the 6th all time record in sacks. Has most touchdowns by a defensive end. 7 time Pro-Bowl selection. 2006 Defensive Player of the Year. Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.
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Jared Allen Report Abuse
Has lead the NFL in sacks multiple times. a definite Future Hall of famer. Remarkable Talent, over 11 sacks average each year.
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He's better than Olsen
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Dan Hampton Report Abuse
He was the main anchor for the 1980s Bears "46" defensive line that quite simply demoralized opposing offenses, nevermind crushed them.
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dwight freeney Report Abuse
hes the best defensive end ever
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will go down as top 5 DE ever
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Hardly best ever
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Fastest Defensive Player of the decade
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Charles Haley Report Abuse
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4 Superbowls and only #24 what the honk
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Doug Atkins Report Abuse
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He played in the 1950's and 60's but no player ever dominated the position like he did...
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Elvin Bethea Report Abuse
Houston Oiler Defensive End. Memberof the Hall of Fame 8 times All Pro selections. Played 210 games
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Dave Butz Report Abuse
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He had the biggest head of any lineman had to have a custom made helmet..
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Nadamukong Suh Report Abuse
He was Associated Press College Football Player of the Year 2009 , He won the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, the Chuck Bednarik Award, the Lombardi Award and the Outland Trophy. He was also a finalist for the Heisman Trophy, finishing fourth.
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He is awesome ps nebraska fan
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nooooooooooo. bad attitude and cant handle linemen
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Richard seymour Report Abuse
one of the best
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2× First-team All-SEC (1999–2000) First-team All-America (2000) 3× Super Bowl champion (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX) 6× Pro Bowl selection (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2010) 3× First-team All-Pro (2003, 2004, 2005) Second-team All-Pro (2006) 5× All-AFC selection (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006) NFL 2000s All-Decade Team and his career is still going
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Harvey Martin Report Abuse
Dallas Cowboys (1973-1983) Career highlights and awards 4× Pro Bowl selection (1976, 1977, 1978, 1979) 1× First-team All-Pro selection (1977) 3× Second-team All-Pro selection (1976, 1979, 1982) NFL 1970s All-Decade Team NFL Defensive Player of the Year (1977) Super Bowl XII MVP Career NFL statistics Sacks 114 Games 158 Interceptions 2
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The year he had 23 sacks in 1977 it was only a 14 game season and Brett farce didn't lay down for his last one!!!!
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The NFL didn't start recognizing quarterback sacks as an official stat until 1982; however, the Cowboys have their own records, dating back before the 1982 season. According to the Cowboys' stats, Martin is unofficially credited with a total of 114 sacks,[1] leading the Cowboys in sacks seven times during a nine year period, with a high total of 23 sacks in 1977.[2] He ranks first on the team's all-time sack leaders list.[3]
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Greg Lloyd Report Abuse
One of the Best!
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Demarcus ware Lawrence Taylor and Reggie white Report Abuse
These three are the best at pass rushing. Deacon and those other dinosaurs couldn't hang in today's game no argument. People are bigger stronger and much faster
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Ronnie Van Zandt Report Abuse
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Free bird?
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BJ Raji Report Abuse
Unstoppable Packer's Lineman
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Second Saddest Pick I've ever seen
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Cullen Jenkins Report Abuse
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this is the saddest pick i've ever seen
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greatest offensive linemen Report Abuse
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huh?
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