Michael Strahan wasn't the first player to dominate a game as a pass rusher, but he was one of the best. His 141.5 career sacks is fifth all-time. He was also part of a championship team whose strength was clearly the defensive line and its ability to generate a pass rush from it. The 2007 Giants rekindled the thought that a team built around its defensive line can win a title in an offensive-happy league ... it's just not so easy to find a player like Strahan to anchor the line.
— Frank Schwab