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Most intimidating players: James Harrison, Ryan Clark, Troy Polamalu, Hines Ward, La Marr Woodley The 1991 Washington Redskins are our first Super Bowl winner from the famed 1990s to make the list.
Perhaps underrated in history, the '91 Redskins coasted through the playoffs without ever trailing in any game. Most intimidating players: Joe Jacoby, Darrell Green, Charles Mann, Wilber Marshall One of the more complete teams of the last 10 years, the 2004 Philadelphia Eagles featured a powerful offense and a back-breaking defense, led by Jeremiah Trotter and Brian Dawkins.
During his rookie season in 1983, Dickerson set the NFL on fire with rookie records for rushing attempts, yards and touchdowns.
The Rams would finish 9-7 and make it to the second round of the NFL playoffs behind Dickerson.
If you have the balls to hook up with a hooker on the night before the biggest game of your life, you deserve mention here.The team that played just one season before the Super Bowl season of '85 was pretty dang good too.In 1984, the Bears set an NFL record with 72 sacks in 16 games—a record that stands to this day.The offense was equally scary with Big Ben Roethlisberger and Hines Ward, who has never been afraid to lay the wood on a helpless defender, putting up unbeatable numbers.This roster is loaded with intimidating players on offense and defense.