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Lawrence Guy among current members of the Patriots selected to their All-Decade Team

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Cool interview worth the view. Mike Reiss really kicks the interview into high gear.

2010s All-Decade Team

 
HEAD COACH
Bill Belichick
 
OFFENSE  
OT Nate Solder
OT Sebastian Vollmer
G Logan Mankins
G Joe Thuney
C David Andrews
TE Rob Gronkowski
WR Julian Edelman
WR Wes Welker
QB Tom Brady
RB James White
FB James Develin
FLEX Danny Amendola
DEFENSE  
DE Chandler Jones
DE Trey Flowers
DT Vince Wilfork
DT Lawrence Guy
OLB Rob Ninkovich
OLB Kyle Van Noy
ILB Dont'a Hightower
ILB Jerod Mayo
CB Stephon Gilmore
CB Malcolm Butler
S Devin McCourty
S Patrick Chung
 
SPECIAL TEAMS  
K Stephen Gostkowski
P Ryan Allen
RET Julian Edelman
SPT Matthew Slater

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Although my namesake here is in part a reference to Danny Amebdola, I think there are valid arguments to be had that others are more deserving of the flex position on this list. Thoughts on that?

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I'd have put White at Flex, Amendola at WR and Blount at RB. Screw Welker. 

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6 minutes ago, Starless said:

I'd have put White at Flex, Amendola at WR and Blount at RB. Screw Welker

Hmm, debatable indeed.

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What's really striking about that all-decade team is how...poor it looks.

Welker only played 3 seasons of this decade here...but what other WRs could they pick? Amendola, Brandon Lloyd, Cooks or Hogan...that's it.

Guy making the team is more a reflection on how poor the DT position has been over-all since Wilfork left. Mankins makes it on his name, as usual. Butler is there based on two years, one of which was fairly mediocre.

It's an all decade team that highlights just how good Brady and BB have been, because it doesn't look like a line-up that should have won 3 SBs and come within touching distance of three more. There are franchises out there who could field an all-decade team that puts this one to shame - the Packers, Seahawks, 49ers, Broncos, Panthers, Steelers and Saints just off the top of my head - and yet 1 SB each, at best.

 

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Amendola is probably in due to his playoff moments alone. Same thing with Butler and that one play, really. JC Jackson or Jones have already out-produced him as a whole through 18 and 19. 

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