"Rush the quarterback..."
Many of us have seen (via NFL Films) then-Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher giving outside linebacker Greg Lloyd some sound advice.
There are those who still dig the long ball in baseball, but football fans certainly dig the sack.
So we are here to power rank the NFL's most dominant duos (by team) when it comes to dropping the quarterback in his tracks.
Beavis and Butt-head, Abbott and Costello, Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson—all legendary pairings. But who are each club's best two options when it comes to the pass rush, and do they have the potential to be as legendary and dynamic a duo as the groups I just mentioned?
While the basis of our analysis will concentrate on the teammates' 2013 performance (when applicable), we would be remiss if we did not include a player's career track record as well.
Of course, it also takes more than two to tango in the opposing team's backfield, and we will mention some other key components when it comes to the pass rush. And along the way, there may be a prediction of some up-and-coming performer or even a rookie who may actually be poised to make this list a year from now...or sooner.