Finally, here we are at the end. Here are numbers 80-99:
80 – Jerry Rice – Best wide receiver ever. Rice was a 13 time Pro Bowler and he is the career leader for wide receivers in receptions, receiving yards, touchdowns, and overall nastiness.
81 – Terrell Owens – Yes the six time Pro Bowler can be a nuisance, but his talent is undeniable. He is second to Rice in receiving yards and touchdowns and fifth all time in receptions. Not bad.
82 – Ozzie Newsome – The great Cleveland tight end was a three time Pro Bowler and was elected into the Hall of Fame in 1999.
83 – Ted Hendricks – The Hall of Fame linebacker edges out receivers Andre Reed and Mark Clayton. Hendricks was an eight time Pro Bowler and oddly enough is the NFL career leader for safeties with four.
84 – Randy Moss – You can pretty much see Terrell Owens above and get the same idea. Great talent, lots of issues. Moss is a seven time Pro Bowler and has led the NFL in receiving touchdowns five different seasons. Honorable mention goes to Shannon Sharpe.
85 – Jack Youngblood – Youngblood was a Pro Bowler seven times over the course of his 14 year career. He was elected into Canton in 2001.
86 – Buck Buchanan – The talented defensive tackle lived up to his number one overall draft status. A Pro Bowler eight times, Buchanan was elected into the Hall of Fame in 1990.
87 – Reggie Wayne – The Indianapolis Colts receiver has been on fire lately, being named to the Pro Bowl the last five years in a row and has had at least 100 receptions three of the last four years.
88 – This is a tough one. Alan Page is a good option here, as is Marvin Harrison and Michael Irvin. So, let’s call it a draw.
89 – Gino Marchetti – The Baltimore Colt Defensive End was an 11 time Pro Bowler and was inducted into the Hall of Fame back in 1972.
90 – Neil Smith – Smith was a six time Pro Bowler and made life for opposing quarterbacks miserable courtesy of his 104.5 sacks.
91 – Kevin Greene – I still think he’s a dead ringer for Hulk Hogan. Greene was one of the best linebackers ever and his 160 sacks ranks him third all time.
92 – Reggie White – White is second all time in sacks and was an amazing player being nominated for the Pro Bowl 13 times and was inducted into Canton in 2006.
93 – John Randle – The new Hall of Famer had 137.5 sacks and was one of the best at applying eye black for games.
94 – Charles Haley – Haley was a five time Pro Bowler that accrued 100.5 sacks over his career where he spent time with both the San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys.
95 – Richard Dent – The Super Bowl MVP in 1985, Dent was a four time Pro Bowler that finished his great career with 137.5 sacks.
96 – Cortez Kennedy – Good luck running on this guy. Kennedy was an eight time Pro Bowler that could stop the run and also get to the quarterback.
97 – Cornelius Bennett – Bennett was a monster on defense during the Buffalo Bills run on four straight Super Bowls. Bennett finished with 71.5 sacks and also had 27 fumble recoveries.
98 – Jessie Armstead – The New York Giants linebacker was a Pro Bowler five seasons in a row from 1997 until 2001 before heading to the Washington Redskins where he spent the last two years of his career.
99 – Warren Sapp – The man that never shuts up ends this list. A seven time Pro Bowler, Sapp edges out Jason Taylor, Dan Hampton, and Jerome Brown.