Jamie Sharper, Ed Hartwell and Bart Scott have all parlayed the role of Lewis sidekick into big paydays. Scott gets the nod because he made more of an impact on the field (beyond his trash-talking ability). Like Sharper and Hartwell, Scott was consistently the second-leading tackler on the team. But Scott, a longtime special teams player, because a playmaker in his first two years as a starter with a combined 13.5 sacks. The next two years, Scott did more of the unappreciated dirty work, taking on blocks to let Lewis run free.
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