I thought there were three clear cut wide receivers better than the rest this decade. Leading the group is arguably the most talented receiver in the NFL during the past decade; Calvin Johnson. With three first-team All-Pro nods on his resume and the single-season receiving record 2012 with 1,964 yards, I’ve never seen anyone else as dominant at the position.
Not a bad two and three behind him either with the current NFL leader in touchdown receptions this past season in Kenny Golladay and a Pro Bowler himself in 2014 Golden Tate who had over 90 catches in four straight seasons for the Lions.
All-Decade WRs: Calvin Johnson, Kenny Golladay, Golden Tate
To me, there are really only three options here for a one tight end formation this past 10 years. Tony Scheffler, Eric Ebron, and T.J. Hockenson. Some will see this as obvious and other as a slap in the face to Eric Ebron, but I’m taking Tony Scheffler.
I actually thought it was pretty close, for far different reasons. Scheffler was a good all-around tight end with okay hands but good blocker. While Ebron was a good all-around tight end that could be explosive in the open field when he caught the ball but a poor blocker that made the offense predictable.
Though Hockenson is almost guaranteed to be the most talented of the three, he just hasn’t played enough to prove it. Give me Scheffler.
All-Decade Tight End: Tony Scheffler