By BOB McGINN
Safety LeRoy Butler, announced this week as a first-time semifinalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, is in rare company when it comes to defensive players schemed to stop in Super Bowl history.
As the author of probably the most in-depth look at the first 46 Super Bowls and a columnist covering the last five, my conclusion is safety Troy Polamalu might be the only player on defense that can compare to Butler when it comes to being targeted by the opposing offense.
Both the Arizona Cardinals in the 43rd Super Bowl and the Green Bay Packers in the 45th Super Bowl plotted way...
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