Led by Ray Lewis, and complemented by Peter Boulware and Jamie Sharper, the
defense dominated opponents en route to a title.
Randy Gradishar, Bob Swenson, Joe Rizzo and Tom Jackson teamed up to lead the
to their first
The foursome of Levon Kirkland, Kevin Greene,
and Chad Brown weren't the "Steel Curtain" revisited, but weren't too far off.
Led by Ray Nitschke, and also featuring Dave Robinson and Lee Roy Caffey, this group was key to one of the NFL's greatest dynasties.
and Wilbur Marshall ran Buddy Ryan's 46 defense to perfection as the
dominated the NFL.
Hall of Fame
rs Bobby Bell and Willie Lanier, along with the unheralded Jim Lynch, dismantled the favored
in Super Bowl IV.
Lawrence Taylor grabbed the headlines, but Harry Carson, Gary Reasons and Carl Banks were key contributors on two Super Bowl-winning teams.
Hall of Fame
rs Jack Ham and Jack Lambert were integral parts of Pittsburgh's famed "Steel Curtain," the catalyst for four
Rickey Jackson, Sam Mills, Vaughan Johnson and Pat Swilling combined for 13 trips to the
and helped the
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