10. Reggie White, Eagles, Packers, Panthers, 1985-98, 2000
Of all the defensive players that Buddy Ryan turned into Hall of Fame offense-wreckers, Reggie White might have been his most lethal creation. The “Minister of Defense” was a soft-spoken Bible devotee six days a week, and a one-man Armageddon for offenses on that seventh day of the week. White still has the second most career sacks in NFL history (198 sacks) and is often considered to be the greatest defensive end in NFL history. White was a two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year, a 13-time Pro Bowl selection, and a 13-time All-Pro selection. In his 15-year career, White recorded double-digit sacks in 12 of those seasons, and averaged almost one sack per game over the course of his 232 game career. The Minister of Defense dominated the line of scrimmage throughout his 15-year career, playing well into his late 30s.