NFL's All-Decade Team of the 1980s

The National Football League's All-Decade Teams have been determined by the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Selection Committee.
 

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When asked to review the 1980s, it does not take long to determine that the decade was dominated by a relatively few number of teams.  In fact, eight of the decade’s Super Bowls were won by just three clubs – the San Francisco 49ers (4), Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders (2), and the Washington Redskins (2).  The Chicago Bears and New York Giants rounded out the decade with one win each. Stating that, it is not surprising to see players from these teams all over the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 1980s roster. 

The NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 1980s included 57 members, and close to 40 percent of the team (22) were members of a club that won a Super Bowl during the decade. Leading the way was the San Francisco 49ers with six members on the squad followed by the Redskins with five members, the Raiders with four players, and the Bears and Giants with three each.

Three players – Anthony Muñoz, Jerry Rice, and Lawrence Taylor – were unanimous selections to the All-Decade Team.

NFL’S ALL-DECADE TEAM OF THE 1980s

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  • steve - February 06 2010 02:27 PM

    how is it Dan Marino not be on this list. he had better stats than both Elway and Montana only difference is he did'nt get title. supporting cast wasn't as good as Elway or Montana's and still had better numbers.

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