Typically, there are two ways to win defensively in today's pass-oriented NFL: lock down the opposing team's top receiver or rush the quarterback.
Negating an opposing quarterback's top target with an elite cover man can be an effective strategy, but it never seems fully satisfying.
The action, as they say, is in the trenches.
No defensive play kills drives, swings momentum and fires up a defense quite like a sack. Plus, sacks are a whole lot of fun to watch.
Today, we will take a look at each team's top pass-rushing duo and rank them based on production, intimidation factor and overall impact.