As a pass-rusher watching film, it has to be intimidating seeing the name and wondering which offensive lineman Ferguson is on the screen. Quentin Jammer has been one of the better shut-down corners in the league for the San Diego Chargers since 2002.
Jammer's last name is a perfect fit for a cornerback, and Jammer happens to be very good at, you guessed it, jamming wide receivers at the line of scrimmage.
This mastiff-type dog was dependable and rugged with great intelligence and guarding instincts. Inspired by their strong, sturdy physique, high intelligence and German heritage, we’ve rounded uptweiler names to check out. (Sorry, we couldn’t resist.) Weighing in at 110-130 lbs, the Rottweiler is a strong and sturdy animal with an intimidating appearance.
Sure, they have a heart of gold and make excellent family dogs, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t massive creatures used for serious jobs such as a police dog or guard animal.
A player with an intimidating name has an added advantage before their adversaries even set eyes on them.
Throughout NFL history there have been players with intimidating names.
Intimidation is a staple of the NFL primarily on the defensive side of the ball, which makes sense because defenders are doing whatever they can to slow down offensive players.
He was a selected to the Pro Bowl 12 times and the All-Pro team nine times.
There aren't many better fitting names in NFL history.
For defensive linemen trying to sack Kansas City Chiefs' quarterbacks in the mid 1990's, it had to be disheartening to have to get past a gigantic guard named Will Shields.
Shields' name implied he was good at blocking opponents, and that he was.