The Green Bay Packers have had their share of legendary players rule Lambeau Field over the years. This year, the Packers will celebrate their 100th season and this is a good time to look at some of the most memorable games, moments and players in the team's long and storied history. Last week, we took a look at the 10 best offensive players in Packers history with Don Hutson taking the No. 1 spot. This time, we'll take a look at the 10 best defensive players and like the offensive list, this was not an easy one to put together. 

Back in the 1960's the Packers had a number of dangerous players on defense that played a huge role in the five championships the team won during the decade. Players like Ray Nitschke, Willie Wood and Dave Robinson would cause havoc against opposing offenses and head coach Vince Lombardi loved every minute of it. When the Packers won Super Bowl 31, Brett Favre got the majority of the attention, but guys like LeRoy Butler and Reggie White made just as big of an impact and are considered Packers legends. And when the Packers won the Super Bowl in 2010, Aaron Rodgers won the MVP award, but a young Clay Matthews and Charles Woodson led a defense that was ranked in the top 10. 

So you now have a good idea who is on the list. But which player is considered the best in Packers history? As it was mentioned, it wasn't easy, but our No. 1 pick was a player who stood out above the rest.