20 biggest snubs from the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 2010s

Drew Brees made nine Pro Bowls in the decade. [Image Source: Flickr | KC Express]
Drew Brees made nine Pro Bowls in the decade. [Image Source: Flickr | KC Express]

Drew Brees has been setting passing records but was not included on the team.

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On Monday, the NFL announced their All-Decade Team for the 2010s.

While everyone who made the team was absolutely worthy of inclusion, there are plenty of others that had a strong case of making it as well. Here are 20 of the biggest snubs from the team.

Others to consider include:

Quarterback - Peyton Manning, Matt Ryan

Running back - Jamaal Charles, Arian Foster, Todd Gurley, DeMarco Murray

Wide receiver - T.Y. Hilton, Demaryius Thomas

Center - Travis Frederick, Ryan Kalil

Guard - Mike Iupati

Offensive tackle - Duane Brown

Defensive end - Jared Allen, Everson Griffen

Defensive tackle - Haloti Ngata, Kyle Williams

Inside linebacker - Thomas Davis, Derrick Johnson, C.J. Mosley

Outside linebacker - Tamba Hali, Justin Houston

Cornerback - Joe Haden, Aqib Talib

Safety - Kam Chancellor, Malcolm Jenkins


Le’Veon Bell, RB (Steelers 2013-17, Jets 2019)

Sitting out the 2018 season didn’t help his cause, but Bell was arguably the most versatile back of the decade. In his six seasons (77 games), he ran for 6,125 yards, added another 3,121 yards in receiving, scored 46 times, and was a First-Team All-Pro twice.


NaVorro Bowman, ILB (49ers 2010-17, Raiders 2017)

While he missed the 2014 season with an injury, Bowman was voted a First-Team All-Pro every other year from 2011-15. He led the NFL with 154 tackles in 2015, and he averaged 147.5 in the four seasons he was an All-Pro.

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