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Most intimidating players: Eric Dickerson What made the 1969 Kansas City Chiefs so intimidating?How about the fact that seven future Hall of Famers played on this team?They also had a player arrested for soliciting a prostitute on the eve of the Super Bowl, and somehow that adds to their intimidation score in my book.
In 1984, the Bears set an NFL record with 72 sacks in 16 games—a record that stands to this day.
In 2010, ESPN named the 1991 Redskins the "greatest team of all time." While I disagree, vehemently, the 'Skins were an amazing team in the early '90s. The 2004 Eagles were perhaps the best in the Eagles' four-year run of NFC Championship Game appearances.
Led by Mark Rypien and Darrell Green, plus a couple of guys known as the "Hogs," this Redskins team dominated teams without overpowering personalities or dominating individual players. This was the only Eagles team of the 2000s to make a Super Bowl—losing to the New England Patriots.
Or that they finished the season with just three losses and went on to beat the NFL representatives—the Minnesota Vikings—in Super Bowl IV?
With nine All-Star players and a decisive win over the NFL in the last "World Championship Game," this Chiefs team was the most intimidating and dominating of any to ever play in Kansas City.