Found November 19, 2012 on thepigskinreport.com:
There have been many great pass rushers in NFL history, but only a handful have ever achieved what Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware accomplished on Sunday. With is sack on Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden, he moves into exclusive company as only the fifth player in NFL history to total double digits in sacks for seven consecutive seasons. It may seem like a screwy stat to throw out there until you take a closer look at just what kind of company he is in. Reggie White, of course, did it with an NFL record nine consecutive seasons with at least 10 sacks. John Randle pulled it off for eight consecutive years, while Lawrence Taylor and Bruce Smith each had seven season in a row in which they recorded at least 10 sacks. That’s talking about the best of the best right there. Many like to say that the game is different today than it was then and while I don’t argue that it is more of a passing league now than it was then, to say these numbers are tarnished means you are either ...
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