NFL and Pro Football Hall of Fame Reveal 2010s All-Decade Team

Former New England Patriots QB Tom Brady
Former New England Patriots QB Tom Brady / Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

The 2010s were one of the most unpredictable decades in the history of football. While we saw the usual suspects in the New England Patriots reel off three championships and players like Tom Brady and Larry Fitzgerald continued to take aim at the record books, fans witnessed the Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks capture their first Super Bowls.

The best players of the last 10 years have officially been recognized by the NFL and the Pro Football Hall of Fame for their years of hard work and excellence, as the league announced the 2010s All-Decade team.

Brady, Adrian Peterson, Joe Thomas, and the recently retired Marshal Yanda were the four unanimous selections on offense, while the likes of Antonio Brown, Rob Gronkowski, and Julio Jones joined them. Darren Sproles was honored twice, as a "Flex" and as a punt returner.

JJ Watt, Aaron Donald and Von Miller were unanimously named to the All-Decade Team's defense alongside Darrelle Revis, Julius Peppers and Luke Kuechly.

Justin Tucker, Johnny Hekker and Devin Hester led the specialists, while Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll were named the coaches of the All-Decade team.

This list has some major snubs on it, as Saints and Seahawks fans will surely be upset that Drew Brees and Kam Chancellor were left off, but this team has done more than a solid job of honoring the best of the best over the last 10 years of football.