NFL: Top 20 Players with the Most Sacks in Postseason History

Big Bad Willie McGinest Has The Most Sacks In Postseason History

Big Bad Willie McGinest Has The Most Sacks In Postseason History

Well, well, it’s Willie McGinest of all three of the New England Patriots‘ Super Bowl-winning teams who has the most sacks in postseason history. He’s got a mean 16.

Terrell Suggs is the closest active player. Suggs has 12, but – oops – his reigning champion Baltimore Ravens failed to make the playoffs this time around. Suggs will be back, though (but maybe not as a Raven).

Here are the baddest linebackers in playoff history – the top 20 with the most sacks.

Check out the San Francisco 49ersCedrick Hardman who chalked up 10 sacks in just four games back in the early 1970’s.

PLAYER SACKS GAMES FOR
1. Willie McGinest  16.0 17 New England Patriots
2. Bruce Smith 14.5 20 Buffalo Bills
3. Terrell Suggs  12.0 15 Baltimore Ravens
3. Reggie White 12.0 18 Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers
5. Charles Haley  11.0 19 San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys
5. LaMarr Woodley  11.0 8 Pittsburgh Steelers
7. Richard Dent 10.5 10 Chicago Bears
7. Carl Eller 10.5 18 Minnesota Vikings
9. Trace Armstrong  10.0 9 Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins
9. L.C. Greenwood  10.0 17 Pittsburgh Steelers
9. Cedrick Hardman  10.0 4 San Francisco 49ers
9. Charles Mann  10.0 15 Washington Redskins
13. Neil Smith  9.5 14 Kansas City Chiefs, Denver Broncos
13. Michael Strahan  9.5 10 New York Giants
13. Tony Tolbert  9.5 15 Dallas Cowboys
16. Harvey Martin  9.3 22 Dallas Cowboys
17. Dwight Freeney  9.0 16 Indianapolis Colts
17. Mike Vrabel  9.0 19 Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots
17. Randy White 9.0 20 Dallas Cowboys
17. Jeff Wright  9.0 13 Buffalo Bills

Photo: Matthew J. Lee / Boston Globe via bostondirtdogs.boston.com

Posted on January 5, 2014, in NFL Football and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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