6.) 2000 Baltimore Ravens
Keep in mind as we remember the 2000 Ravens that almost everyone on that defense is eligible for the Hall of Fame, they only allowed 165 points all season (an average of 10.5 points per game) and that their quarterback that “led” them to the franchise’s first Super Bowl title was Trent Dilfer.
Heck, the defense had to pitch shutouts or near-shutouts in order to win.
They nearly knocked out anyone who came in their way, set the bar for an NFL defense in the 2000’s and may have had someone kill someone after their 35-7 Super Bowl win over the high-powered Giants. That person must’ve gotten in their way of something Raven-related.
Rob Burnett’s 10.5 sacks led a Ravens team who combined for 35 on the season, they forced 19 fumbles and picked off 23 passes.
Along with Burnett, the 2000 Ravens had Ray Lewis leading the way, along with Rod Woodson, Jamie Sharper, Kim Herring, Duane Starks, Michael McCrary, Chris McAlister, Peter Boulware, Corey Harris, Sam Adams and Tony Siragusa.
In short, outside of the innocent bystander Dilfer, the Ravens killed everyone on the field and possibly off of it as well.
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