NFL'S ALL-DECADE TEAM OF THE 1980s - OFFENSE. Although he only played a total of five seasons during the decade Jerry Rice compiled 346 receptions for 6,364 yards and 66 TDs during that time.
Tackle Anthony Muñoz was somewhat of a gamble heading into the draft due to knee injuries that forced him to miss most of his senior year. The Bengals were convinced on drafting him after a meeting in which he knocked head coach Forrest Gregg on his back while practicing a technique.
Guard John Hannah’s football career went full circle. Born and raised in Canton, Georgia, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio in 1991.
Regardless of what team he was playing for, Roger Craig earned a playoff berth every year of his 11-year NFL career.
Hall of Famer John Riggins, who rushed for a career-high 1,347 yards and an NFL-record 24 touchdowns in 1983, was named MVP of Super Bowl XVII.