DeMarcus Ware. We're seeing a top 5 pass rusher of all time every week. There isn't a flaw to his game. He can do it all.
Yea, if his neck holds up he has a realistic shot at making a run for the all-time sack record. He just hit 30 this past off-season and that's usually around the time where you see a drop-off in production for most pass rushers... but Ware just has so many moves and is a master at playing the chess match with tackles that I can see him being one of those guys that stays productive even as he ages.
I'm pretty sure only Reggie White has recorded more sacks than Ware at this point in their careers but it's close.
Charles Woodson. This guy has done just about everything a player can do in a football career. A High School All-American and Mr. Football for the state of Ohio; a national championship and Heisman trophy at Michigan; the NFL's Devensive Rookie of the Year (1998), Defensive Player of the Year (2009), the All-Decade Team (2000s), and a Super Bowl victory. He's returned 11 career interceptions for touchdowns -- one shy of Rod Woodson's record. I try to be careful about saying that a guy is a future Hall of Famer, but Woodson seems like a pretty safe bet.
He also seems like a good guy off the field. On November 26, 2009, Woodson contributed $2 million to the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital for pediatric research. Woodson has his own charitable foundation to support the fight against breast cancer known as "Charles Woodson Foundation".
I dont think theres a more air tight lock for the hall of fame resume out there
Originally Posted by Saints-Tigers
"He won't be able to just use his arm power to throw defenders around at the next level!"