Let's give that a minute to marinate as I put to paper a Steelers Linebacking Top 10, but in reverse order so as to build the suspense.
Of course, parsing 10 from, oh, the 15 truly significant linebackers in team history isn't much easier. JASON GILDON I'll get this one out of the way just to ease my own conscience.
The Colts have had their own rich history of players who should not be forgotten and who deserve the kind of recognition that Hall of Fame voters and fans of other franchise’s might never see.
This is the chance for the Stampede Blue Colts fan community to look back at some of the Colts great and vote for who they believe belongs on the all-time team.
Adams got his opportunity to start at right tackle as a redshirt sophomore and ran with it for two seasons.
He was one of the premier defensive backs of his era, logging a high number of interceptions with considerable fewer opportunities than today's defensive backs.
Every down these warriors have to either take on running backs in the hole, fight through blocks laid by much larger players, or have the finesse and vision to read the quarterback and eat his lunch when he tries to attack the middle of the field.
Which of these players should make the Colts all-time 53?
But despite standing 6-foot-7 and weighing more than 330 pounds, he possessed unnaturally nimble feet.
Whatever position he played in the early years of the Nick Saban era, he excelled.