6. Tamba Hali, Kansas City Chiefs (+111.7) Hali can thank his phenomenal 2010 for his spot here. Before that he’d never really put things together consistently, and since then he’s struggled to repeat — but 2010 was some year. Dominating the 3-4 outside linebacker rankings, Hali was a pass rushing menace with a quite outstanding 97 combined sacks, hits, and hurries that remains a PFF record to this date. Like a lot of guys on this list, he’s not the most complete player with his work in the run game less than stellar and him hardly an outside linebacker you’d trust in coverage, but, like guys that have come before him, he’s so good at making life hard for the quarterback he’s well worth this spot.
A video to show his style of player than who he is in 2013. Looks great to fit into Sutton's "attacking" defense.
A look back at what problems the Chiefs' defense had in 2012 and why there is reason to believe that they’ll be better in 2013.
Along with the #Vikings today, ex-Packers LB Desmond Bishop is set to visit with the #Chiefs Thursday. He'll arrive WednesdayIan Rappaport via Twitter