The final installment. LET'S GO!!!!!! Again, I apologize for the delay. This ranking includes current players, Super Bowl legends, and players that seriously need to be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Let's look at modern players who wear these numbers, but didn't make the cut.
91: Tommie Harris
92: Albert Haynesworth
93: Dwight Freeney
94: DeMarcus Ware
95: No Player
96: Alex Brown
97: No Player
98: Casey Hampton, John Henderson
99: Jason Taylor
He's best known as a Steeler, but he spent the majority of his career with the Rams. He had 160 sacks, more than any other linebacker in NFL history. CANTON, WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU?!
With 13 straight Pro Bowl appearances, 10 First-Team All-Pro selections, and with only Bruce Smith ahead of him as the all-time leading sacker, the "Minister of Defense" gets my vote as the greatest defensive end of all-time". Thank God Deacon Jones doesn't know where I live!
He went from being an undersized undrafted defensive tackle to being a Hall of Fame defensive tackle.
As a linebacker with the 49ers and a defensive end with the Cowboys, he won 5 Super Bowls and recorded over 100 sacks in his career.
A key member of the 46 Defense in the 1980s, he was Super Bowl XX MVP and recorded 137.5 sacks in his career. He won an additional Super Bowl with the 1994 San Francisco 49ers.
He was the 1992 Defensive Player of the Year, went to 8 Pro Bowls, and is a member of the 1980s All-Decade team.
He forced 25 fumbles, made 122 sacks, and helped the Tampa Bay Buccaneers win Super Bowl XXXVII.
He's been to 5 Pro Bowls, recorded over 46 sacks and was All-Pro 3 times.
He was a 7-time Pro Bowler, is a member of the 1990s and 2000s All-Decade teams, and recorded 96.5 sacks as a defensive tackle.