A Hines Ward-type who plays with a palatable anger, Boldin is one of the league's best wideouts.The Los Angeles Rams’ defensive was an absolute beast on the field, a guy who looked more like a soldier on the battlefield than an NFL player.
Here we show you the 10 most intimidating players in the NFL today.
There had to be an offensive lineman on the list and we could have chosen a number of maulers like Anthony Munoz, Nate Newton or John Hannah.
Dobler was special because he was flat-out nasty and relied on pain-inducing, rule-breaking tactics to make his way in the trenches.
Lewis was so scary that even SNL’s Kenan Thompson’s attempt to humorize Lewis couldn't dull his reputation as a crazed, heat-seeking missile.
Every offensive opponent of his era had one eye on the absolutely menacing tackler known as the “Smiling Assassin.” The Broncos legend launched himself and drilled people with the power of a linebacker, like the time he stopped the 260-pound “Nigerian Nightmare” Christian Okoye dead in his tracks and sent him flat on his back.