We always hear a lot about the great linebackers Lawrence Taylor and Dick Butkus, who, perhaps, were the greatest of all-time. But let’s not forget two other great ones, Jack Lambert and Mike Singletary. Lambert was the heart and soul of the great Steeler teams of the 1970s. He was great reacting to both the pass and the run, and he was named defensive Player of the Year in 1976. Lambert played in nine Pro Bowls. Mike Singletary led Buddy Ryan’s Chicago Bear defense, and he easily rates among the deadliest tacklers ever to play the game. Singletary was named defensive Player of the Year twice, and he was an 8-time All-Pro.