2. Ronde Barber
What a player this guy was.
Ronde Barber needs no introduction. He was selected in the third round of the 1997 draft and make his mark on the franchise. After playing only one game in 1997, Barber went on to post at least two interceptions every year until 2009. That’s 11 years in a row, ladies and gentlemen. He was selected to the Pro Bowl five times, and was named first team All-Pro three times.
His play in the postseason leading up to the Super Bowl was outstanding. He picked off a pass against the 49ers in the divisional playoff round, and he added a sack and a 92 yard pick six against Philadelphia in the title game. Barber was a gamer, and he proved it in the 2002 playoffs.
His 47 interceptions are by far the best in franchise history. He’s also in the top-ten in franchise history with 28 career sacks.