He's wreaked havoc on opposing offensive line for his first two years in the league. He's a factor on every play and a part of that is the intimidation factor.
Any defensive lineman with the first name "Tank" is bound to be a massive human being and a nightmare matchup for the offense.
In his career to date Jammer has recorded 18 interceptions and 560 tackles.
Chalk up Boss Bailey as another player with an intimidating name but no skill set to reinforce said intimidation.
While some have reinforced their names with their play on the field, others have simply flopped and are remembered for nothing but their unique name.
Here are the 20 most intimidating names in NFL history.
His name fits nicely with his massive measurements at 6'6" and 310lbs.
Unfortunately for the New England Patriots' Zoltan Mesko, he's a punter.Mesko has an awesome name that would be intimidating at literally any other position.That hasn't stopped him from averaging a solid 44.8 yards per punt for his career thus far.He compiled over 6,000 yards and 60 touchdowns in those eight years, making his name very fitting.
D'Brickashaw Ferguson is a massive human being with a name to match.Tank Johnson was just that over the course of his seven-year career with three different teams. Johnson was as effective as his name suggested, racking up 14 sacks and 93 tackles in his career.