Our data provider is having technical issues, live scoring and stats are impacted. Gates wound up being voted as the Second-Team tight end for the NFL's All-Decade Team of the 2000s. Some of his accomplishments in that decade included: Peppers, a three-time All-Pro selection and five-time Pro Bowler, is one of the most feared pass rushers in the NFL. If he has a few more seasons of success he could become a Hall of Fame-caliber player. Champ Bailey, cornerback for the Washington Redskins (1999-2003) and for the Denver Broncos (2004-present), has been elected to 11 Pro Bowl games in addition to First-Team All-Pro status three times in his career. Indeed, Smith’s statsmatch or exceed many of the eight tight ends who are enshrined in the Hall. Enough said already, the greatest of all time if he wasn't injured. He is one of the better blocking tight ends in the league but is not a Hall of Famer.
"I remember his speed. Harrison was elected to 8 Pro Bowl games and was named to three NFL First-Team All-Pro teams. It took Ray Lewis 17 seasons to pass Gradishar's tackles... in 10 seasons. Lewis, who played his final three seasons for the Browns (helping Cleveland post a 10-6 record in 2007), compiled four other 1,000-yard rushing seasons. Brazile was named as a Second-Team linebacker for the NFL All-Decade Team of the 1970s. The player Riley is compared to is Charles Woodson, who will likely receive a gold jacket in 2021, his first year of eligibility. Allen was named as the Second-Team guard for the NFL All-Decade Team of the 2000's. At 6-5, 311 pounds, opposing teams would be mistaken to take him lightly. Alexander's 100 rushing touchdowns is tied with Marshall Faulk for the eighth highest total in league history. He is only not in the Hall of Fame because of some relationships with the Mob and gamblers. He was as dominant as Rice despite rarely ever practicing due to nagging injuries. Green had 34 career interceptions in his 182 career games.

Bailey was elected as the First-Team cornerback for the NFL All-Decade Team of the 2000s. Two years later, Branch led the NFL in touchdown receptions while helping the Raiders capture their first Lombardi Trophy. He twice led the NFL in sacks and was tied with DE Bruce Smith for second in total sacks during the 1990s (113.5). A five-time first-team All-Pro selection, he was just as effective as a pass rusher as in coverage evidenced by his 17.5 sacks during the decade. A five-time Pro Bowl selection, he always seemed to create a big play in the Steelers biggest games. Mark Stepnoski, center/guard for Dallas Cowboys, Houston Oilers and Tennessee Titans. He was a big part of the Seahawks offensive line that helped RB Shaun Alexander set a team record 1,880 yards and a then-NFL record 28 total TDs during the 2005 NFL season. He has been to three Pro Bowls and won Comeback Player of the Year in 2011. Bill Bergey, linebacker, Cincinnati Bengals and Philadelphia Eagles.
He is a five-time All-Pro choice and five-time Pro Bowler. He has been very good at best, but not one of the best of all time.