Let's take a glance at the top 40 intimidating players in NFL history.
Certainly a list worth debating...(Side note: After beginning, I realized it's nearly impossible to rank these players from 40-1, so this is simply a list of the top 40 most intimidating players in history.
He struck out 2,453 during his 15-year career, and his 74 games of 10 or more K's rank fourth behind Ryan, Koufax and Steve Carlton.
It was said of Johnson, the all-time leader in hit batsmen with 203, that only Smokey Joe Wood could throw harder among his contemporaries.
But that begs the question: Which or favorite our gun-toting, butt-kicking, witty-one-liner-giving heroes has the MOST badass name?
We rounded up a bunch of contenders and submitted our votes to create a top 50.
I will try to put the "more intimidating" players closer to 1) Don't let his vivacious smile fool you, Rodney Harrison was one of the most ferocious players of his time.
Take note that variances in spelling of a surname were looked at as separate names. Coming up with a good last name for a fictional character can go a long way in making him or her seem a lot cooler in the eyes of your audience.While settling for some of the more popular last names paired with a good first name is one way to go, I've always liked to try to make every aspect of the name stand apart from the norm.Defensive players initially come to mind when we think of intimidation, but lightning-quick runners, stonewall offensive lineman, and deep-threat wideouts have just as easily struck fear into opponents throughout the years.Because of the news-halting lockout, compiling lists has become commonplace this summer with the NFL Network's Top 100 players in the game today being the most discussed list.