7. Randy White (DL 1975-1988)
We didn’t include Randy White on this list only because he had one of the best nicknames of all-time (“Manster”, which is half-man, half-monster). We also included him because he was an absolute monster on the football field. White was a prolific pass rushing threat in the 1970’s and 1980’s for the Dallas Cowboys. He was feared by quarterbacks, offensive linemen, running backs, and offensive coordinators. Teams had to game plan around him because he had such a unique ability to make plays. White wasn’t blessed with the best speed or size, but there were few that ever played the game with a higher intensity level or hit harder than Randy White. His greatest accomplishment was winning co-MVP of the Super Bowl against the Denver Broncos.