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Harrison developed the reputation of a huge hitter in 2010
Known around the league as an "enforcer," James Harrison's hits have been felt this year. Being fined time and time again, Harrison has garnered headlines for all the wrong reasons.
People now regard Harrison as a "bad guy," and generally don't want to see him succeed.
But Harrison has done much more than just knock the day lights out of people.
A former NFL Defensive Player of the Year, Harrison can play in a finesse role too.
Harrison set his career record for interceptions in 2010. While his career record is only two, it shows how Harrison has the knack for being in the right place at the right time.
In the Steelers' last trip to the Super Bowl, Harrison displayed that ability with a 100 yard interception returned for a touchdown.
It's break out plays like those that make Harrison such a dangerous player to have to go against.
Expect Harrison to have his usual tackles and big hits, but don't be surprised to see him make a huge play on the biggest stage of them all.