ESPN Has Their All-Decade Team, Who’s Yours?


On Monday, ESPN kicked off their NFL All-Decade Week. Monday they unveiled their all-decade defense and on Tuesday they unveiled their all-decade offense. So naturally on Thursday we will give our two cents on how well the “World-Wide Sports Leader” did.

All-decade offense

QB: Tom Brady, New England – No brainer.

RB: LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego – No brainer

FB: Lorenzo Neal, Cincinnati/S.D./Balt. -Mike Alstott?

WR: Marvin Harrison, Indianapolis – Pretty strong choice. T.O. or Moss, maybe?

WR: Torry Holt, St. Louis – The shakier of the two. T.O. or Moss could easily have this spot

TE: Tony Gonzalez, Kansas City – No brainer

T: Walter Jones, Seattle -No brainer

T: Jonathan Ogden, Baltimore – No brainer

G: Alan Faneca, Pittsburgh/N.Y. Jets – No brainer

G: Steve Hutchinson, Seattle/Minnesota – No brainer

C: Olin Kreutz, Chicago – Hard to argue. Kevin Mawae, maybe?

All-decade defense

DE: Michael Strahan, N.Y. Giants – No brainer

DT: Warren Sapp, Tampa Bay/Oakland – Pretty strong.

DT: Kris Jenkins, Carolina/N.Y. Jets – Not as strong. Pat Williams? La’Roi Glover?

DE: Jason Taylor, Miami/Washington – No brainer

LB: Derrick Brooks, Tampa Bay – No brainer

LB: Ray Lewis, Baltimore – I think he’s overrated, but you can’t argue with the numbers

LB: Brian Urlacher, Chicago – Zach Thomas?

CB: Champ Bailey, Washington/Denver – No brainer

CB: Troy Vincent: Phil./Mia./Buff./Wash. – Ty Law? Charles Woodson?

S: Ed Reed, Baltimore – No brainer

S: Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh – Brian Dawkins? John Lynch?

Who else would you add?

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Comments

  1. You think Ray Lewis is overrated.I think you need to watch his games more boss.He is all over the field.I'm shocked Peyton didn't get the nod.

  2. S. Evans says:

    All over the field jumping on the pile.

    Peyton Manning over Tom Brady? I think not.

  3. Jumping on the pile?LOL but the only reason Brady is in front of Manning is because of those super bowl rings.

  4. And where is Larry Allen?

  5. Anonymous says:

    If I had/have a stud halfback, I'd rather Neal than Alstott. I think you get more out of Neal's blocking than Alstott's balance (though, of course, you're in great shape with either).

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