The List: Six most disruptive defensive players

In this week's version of The List, Merril Hoge looks at the six most disruptive defensive players in the league.

Originally Published: May 21, 2007
By Merril Hoge | ESPN.com

1. Jason Taylor, Miami Dolphins: His versatility is why he's easily number one on this list. What can't he do? He can put his hand down or stand up, rush the passer, stop the run, drop into coverage and play both sides of the field. He's like a video game player out there on the field with the way he disrupts offenses. He is a recurring nightmare for offensive coordinators.

2. Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis Colts: He is so explosive and destructive that he requires certain formations when he's ...

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