8. Willie Roaf, 1993, Saints
In fairness, Ronnie Lott gave Roaf a run for his money. But it’s so difficult to find quality offensive linemen, especially ones that played at a high level for over a decade. Roaf made the Pro Bowl in 11 of his 13 seasons and started all 189 games of his career.
Despite being lightly recruited coming out of high school, Roaf made a name for himself at Louisiana Tech, so the fact that he was able to work his way into being a top-10 draft pick is impressive. Even more impressive is his presence on two different All-Decade Teams, showing just how dominant of a lineman he was throughout his career.