Though he bounced around the defensive line, today's contestant spent most of his time at DT. Your correspondent's favorite Travis Hall moment featured him bellowing "AWW, HORSES***", with maximum lip-readability, on national TV after being dubiously flagged for punching somebody in the eye or something.
Travis Hall, Defensive Lineman (1995 - 2004)
* Tackles weren't recorded until after the careers of legends like Claude Humphrey and John Zook. Also, the tackle numbers for Moe Gardner and Tony Casillas got ridiculously inflated somehow, so if you go look at the career stats you'll think to yourself, "wow, Tony Casillas was the greatest defensive tackle of all time," and then you'll remember, "no, he wasn't." Seriously, there's no way Tony Casillas ever piled up 150 tackles in a single season -- he probably didn't approach that number in any two seasons. Not even Reggie White ever came all that close to 150 tackles. Curtis Lofton barely broke 100 last year, and he gets to run around instead of facing fat guy double teams. Of course, questioning the Falcons' late-1980s tackle record-keeping calls into question some of Jessie Tuggle's achieveme-LA LA LA NOT LISTENING.
Current standings after the jump: