Bucs QB Tom Brady makes second All-Decade Team
Over the last decade, there have been many players to establish themselves as premier talents in the NFL. With that discussion shifting over to this offseason, the league announced its list of players that have made the All-Decade Team for the 2010s. Among those, there were eight that were unanimous choices that include the likes of Tom Brady, Aaron Donald, Adrian Peterson, and J.J. Watt, according to Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk.
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Eight players were unanimous choices, including Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady. Brady, who played the entire decade for the Patriots, was also a member of the All-Decade Team for the 2000s. He’s joined as a repeat honoree by Patriots head coach Bill Belichick.
Washington running back Adrian Peterson, former Browns tackle Joe Thomas, former Ravens guard Marshal Yanda, Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald, Broncos linebacker Von Miller and Ravens kicker Justin Tucker are the other unanimous selections.
Each of these players on the unanimous list were clear choices for the All-Decade Team given their dominance over the last several years. There wasn’t another quarterback that had more success than Brady in the previous 10 years. Meanwhile, defensive talents such as Donald, Watt, and Von Miller were the most dominant during that stretch.
There were many other notable names on the list, such as Rob Gronkowski, Richard Sherman, Aaron Rodgers, Earl Thomas, Antonio Brown, Larry Fitzgerald, and Julio Jones, among others. It’s hard to argue that any of these players doesn’t deserve to be on this exclusive list.