12. Warren Sapp, 1995, Buccaneers
Sapp definitely had some good competition at this spot from guys like Haloti Ngata and Marshawn Lynch. But there are few interior linemen who could impact a game the way Sapp did. He wasn’t just about eating up blockers and paving the way for other players, he made plenty of amazing plays himself.
As most people know, Sapp picked up plenty of fines and was once ejected from a game. However, that side of him only existed because he wanted to play harder and hit harder than anyone else. During the prime of his career, Sapp went to seven straight Pro Bowls. In total, he wracked up nearly 100 career sacks, which is incredible for an interior lineman.