National Football League 2010s All-Decade Team

The National Football League 2010s All-Decade Team is composed of outstanding performers in the National Football League in the ten years spanning 20102019. Only a player or coach's performance during the decade was used as criteria for voting.[1][2][3]

Tom Brady, Adrian Peterson, Joe Thomas, Marshal Yanda, J. J. Watt, Aaron Donald, Von Miller, and Justin Tucker were all unanimous selections. Tom Brady, Julius Peppers, Shane Lechler, Devin Hester and Bill Belichick had been previously named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame's 2000s All-Decade Team.

KeyEdit

Note 1: Only teams for which a player played in a game from 2010–2019 are listed. Teams with whom a player signed but never played or for whom he played only prior to 2010 or after 2019 are not listed.
Note 2: Under "Hall of Fame?" if a year is listed, i.e., "e-2023", that is the year player is eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

0^0 Elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame ¤ Finalist information updated through 2022 selection

The Pro Football Hall of Fame's ListEdit

OffenseEdit

Position Player Hall of Fame
Quarterback Tom Brady* (New England Patriots) Active
Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers) Active
Running back Frank Gore (San Francisco 49ers, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills) e-2026
Marshawn Lynch (Buffalo Bills, Seattle Seahawks, Oakland Raiders) e-2025
LeSean McCoy (Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs) e-2026
Adrian Peterson* (Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, Arizona Cardinals, Washington Redskins) Active
Wide receiver Antonio Brown (Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots) Active
Larry Fitzgerald (Arizona Cardinals) e-2026
Calvin Johnson^ (Detroit Lions) Yes
Julio Jones (Atlanta Falcons) Active
Tight end Rob Gronkowski (New England Patriots) Active
Travis Kelce (Kansas City Chiefs) Active
Flex Darren Sproles (San Diego Chargers, New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles) e-2025
Tackle Jason Peters (Philadelphia Eagles) Active
Tyron Smith (Dallas Cowboys) Active
Joe Staley (San Francisco 49ers) e-2025
Joe Thomas* (Cleveland Browns) e-2023
Guard Jahri Evans (New Orleans Saints, Green Bay Packers) e-2023
Logan Mankins (New England Patriots, Tampa Bay Buccaneers) No
Zack Martin (Dallas Cowboys) Active
Marshal Yanda* (Baltimore Ravens) e-2025
Center Alex Mack (Cleveland Browns, Atlanta Falcons) e-2026
Maurkice Pouncey (Pittsburgh Steelers) e-2026

DefenseEdit

Position Player Hall of Fame
Defensive end Calais Campbell (Arizona Cardinals, Jacksonville Jaguars) Active
Cameron Jordan (New Orleans Saints) Active
Julius Peppers (Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Carolina Panthers) e-2024
J. J. Watt* (Houston Texans, Arizona Cardinals) Active
Defensive tackle Geno Atkins (Cincinnati Bengals) Active
Fletcher Cox (Philadelphia Eagles) Active
Aaron Donald* (St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams) Active
Ndamukong Suh (Detroit Lions, Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Rams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers) Active
Linebacker Chandler Jones (New England Patriots, Arizona Cardinals) Active
Luke Kuechly (Carolina Panthers) e-2025
Khalil Mack (Oakland Raiders, Chicago Bears) Active
Von Miller* (Denver Broncos) Active
Bobby Wagner (Seattle Seahawks) Active
Patrick Willis (San Francisco 49ers) 1 time finalist
Cornerback Patrick Peterson (Arizona Cardinals, Minnesota Vikings) Active
Darrelle Revis (New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs) e-2023
Richard Sherman (Seattle Seahawks, San Francisco 49ers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers) Active
Defensive back Chris Harris Jr. (Denver Broncos, Los Angeles Chargers) Active
Tyrann Mathieu (Arizona Cardinals, Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs) Active
Safety Eric Berry (Kansas City Chiefs) e-2023
Earl Thomas (Seattle Seahawks, Baltimore Ravens) e-2025
Eric Weddle (San Diego Chargers, Baltimore Ravens, Los Angeles Rams) e-2027

Special teamsEdit

Position Player Hall of Fame?
Kicker Stephen Gostkowski (New England Patriots) e-2026
Justin Tucker* (Baltimore Ravens) Active
Punter Johnny Hekker (Los Angeles Rams) Active
Shane Lechler (Oakland Raiders, Houston Texans) e-2023
Kick returner Devin Hester (Chicago Bears, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, Seattle Seahawks) 1 time finalist
Cordarrelle Patterson (Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders, New England Patriots, Chicago Bears, Atlanta Falcons) Active
Punt returner Tyreek Hill (Kansas City Chiefs) Active
Darren Sproles (San Diego Chargers, New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles) e-2025

CoachEdit

Position Name Hall of Fame?
Coach Bill Belichick (New England Patriots) Active
Pete Carroll (Seattle Seahawks) Active

* -- denotes a unanimous selection

Sporting News' TeamEdit

OffenseEdit

Position Player Hall of Fame?
Quarterback Tom Brady (New England Patriots) Active
Running back LeSean McCoy (Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs) e-2026
Adrian Peterson (Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, Arizona Cardinals, Washington Redskins) Active
Wide receiver Antonio Brown (Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots) Active
Julio Jones (Atlanta Falcons) Active
Tight end Rob Gronkowski (New England Patriots) Active
Tackle Tyron Smith (Dallas Cowboys) Active
Joe Thomas (Cleveland Browns) e-2023
Guard Zack Martin (Dallas Cowboys) Active
Marshal Yanda (Baltimore Ravens) e-2025
Center Maurkice Pouncey (Pittsburgh Steelers) e-2026

DefenseEdit

Position Player Hall of Fame?
Defensive end Calais Campbell (Arizona Cardinals, Jacksonville Jaguars) Active
J. J. Watt (Houston Texans) Active
Defensive tackle Geno Atkins (Cincinnati Bengals) Active
Aaron Donald (St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams) Active
Edge rusher Khalil Mack (Oakland Raiders, Chicago Bears) Active
Von Miller (Denver Broncos) Active
Linebacker Luke Kuechly (Carolina Panthers) e-2025
Bobby Wagner (Seattle Seahawks) Active
Cornerback Patrick Peterson (Arizona Cardinals) Active
Darrelle Revis (New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs) e-2023
Safety Earl Thomas (Seattle Seahawks, Baltimore Ravens) e-2025
Eric Weddle (San Diego Chargers, Baltimore Ravens, Los Angeles Rams) e-2027

Special teamsEdit

Position Player Hall of Fame?
Kicker Justin Tucker (Baltimore Ravens) Active
Punter Johnny Hekker (Los Angeles Rams) Active
Return specialist Devin Hester (Chicago Bears, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, Seattle Seahawks) 1 time finalist

CBS Sports' TeamEdit

OffenseEdit

Position Player Hall of Fame?
Quarterback Tom Brady (New England Patriots) Active
Running back Adrian Peterson (Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, Arizona Cardinals, Washington Redskins) Active
Fullback Kyle Juszczyk (Baltimore Ravens, San Francisco 49ers) Active
Wide receiver Antonio Brown (Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots) Active
Larry Fitzgerald (Arizona Cardinals) Active
Julio Jones (Atlanta Falcons) Active
Tight end Rob Gronkowski (New England Patriots) Active
Left tackle Joe Thomas (Cleveland Browns) e-2023
Left guard Mike Iupati (San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals, Seattle Seahawks) e-2026
Center Maurkice Pouncey (Pittsburgh Steelers) e-2026
Right guard Marshal Yanda (Baltimore Ravens) e-2025
Right tackle Mitchell Schwartz (Cleveland Browns, Kansas City Chiefs) Active

DefenseEdit

Position Player Hall of Fame?
Edge rusher Khalil Mack (Oakland Raiders, Chicago Bears) Active
Von Miller (Denver Broncos) Active
Defensive interior Aaron Donald (St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams) Active
J. J. Watt (Houston Texans) Active
Nose tackle Vince Wilfork (New England Patriots, Houston Texans) No
Linebacker Luke Kuechly (Carolina Panthers) e-2025
Bobby Wagner (Seattle Seahawks) Active
Patrick Willis (San Francisco 49ers) 1 time finalist
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. (Denver Broncos, Los Angeles Chargers) Active
Patrick Peterson (Arizona Cardinals) Active
Richard Sherman (Seattle Seahawks, San Francisco 49ers) Active
Strong safety Kam Chancellor (Seattle Seahawks) e-2023
Free safety Earl Thomas (Seattle Seahawks, Baltimore Ravens) Active

Special teamsEdit

Position Player Hall of Fame?
Kicker Justin Tucker (Baltimore Ravens) Active
Punter Johnny Hekker (Los Angeles Rams) Active

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Battista, Judy (April 6, 2020). "NFL 2010s All-Decade Team: Tom Brady, Aaron Donald headliners". NFL.com. Retrieved April 6, 2020.
  2. ^ "Sporting News' NFL All-Decade team for the 2010s".
  3. ^ CBS NFL All-Decade Team