For a team to reach the Super Bowl, a number of different roles need to be filled. Typically, you need a franchise quarterback, a dominant playmaker, a big-time defender and a vocal leader, among other roles.

What about some less traditional roles? As part of our Hyundai "Road to the Super Bowl" series, we've been tasked with determining which players should fill the following seven roles: enforcer, brain, technician, loose cannon, motivator, prankster and muscle. Let's take a stab at filling each one.

Enforcer: Ndamukong Suh. It's no secret that Suh is a very violent player. This has been a negative at times, sure, but Suh has established that you don't want to mess with him if you're an opposing player.

Brain: Matthew Stafford. One might say this seems like a no-brainer. Your quarterback needs to be capable of leading the offense not only through his actions during a play, but also before the ball is even snapped.