Who's Your All-Time All Pro NFL Team?

Include offense, defense and specialists by position.

Offense: 2 tackles, 2 guards, center, TE, 2 WR, 2 RB, QB

Defense: either 3-4 or 4-3

then 2 CB and 2 safeties.

Specialists P, K PR/KR

Era doesn't matter, active or retired. Feel free to offer justification or explanation but keep it reasonably brief.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I put the number of pro-bowls in parentheses. Not all picks were chosen because of this though. For example, Seau has 12 pro bowls, but I would not put him in front of any of my LB choices.

    Special teamers do not typically make tons of pro bowls, but this group have all been great players for many years.

    QB - Joe Montana (8)

    RB - Jim Brown (9), Barry Sanders (10)

    WR - Jerry Rice (13), Marvin Harrison (8)

    TE - Tony Gonzalez (8)

    C - Jim Otto (12)

    G - Will Shields (11), Larry Allen (11)

    T - Anthony Munoz (11), Bruce Matthews(14)

    4-3

    DE - Reggie White (13), Bruce Smith (11)

    DL - Merlin Olson (14), Joe Greene (10)

    LB - Lawrence Taylor (10), Jack Lambert(9), Derrick Thomas (9)

    CB - Deion Sanders (8), Rod Woodson (11)

    S - Ronnie Lott (10), Ken Houston (12)

    P - Todd sauerbrun (3)

    K - Adam Vinatieri (2)

    KR/PR - Brian Mitchell (1)

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  • 1 decade ago

    Offense

    QB: Johnny Unitas

    RB: Walter Payton

    RB: Emmitt Smith

    WR: Raymond Berry

    WR: Jerry Rice

    TE: Kellen Winslow

    T: Jonathan Ogden

    T: Anthony Muñoz

    G: Bruce Matthews

    G: Larry Allen

    C: Mike Webster

    Defense

    DE: Deacon Jones

    DE: Reggie White

    DT: Joe Greene

    DT: Bob Lilly

    LB: Dick Butkus

    LB: Mike Singletary

    LB: Lawrence Taylor

    CB: Mel Blount

    CB: Deion Sanders

    S: Darren Woodson

    S: Ronnie Lott

    Specialists

    P: Ray Guy

    K: Jan Stenerud

    PR: Billy "White Shoes" Johnson

    KR: Dante Hall

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Defense

    Reggie White D end

    Danny White D tackle

    Ed Too Tall Jones D end

    Warren Sapp in his prime D Tackle

    Derrick Thomas LB

    Ray Lewis MLB

    Derrick Brooks OLB

    Deion corner

    Rod Woodson Corner

    Ronnie Lott Safety

    Darren Woodson Safety

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  • 1 decade ago

    2 Tackles: Orlando Pace and Ron Yary

    2 Guards: John Hannah and Will Shields

    1 Center: Dwight Stephenson

    TE: Ozzie Newsome

    WR: Jerry Rice and Lynn Swann

    RB: Barry Sanders and Walter Payton

    QB: Joe Montana

    DE: Reggie White and Howie Long

    DT: Randy White

    OLB: Lawrence Taylor & Cornelius Bennett

    MLB: Dick Butkus & Mike Singletary

    CB: Jeremiah Castille & Champ Bailey

    S: Ronnie Lott & Ed Reed

    P: Craig Hentrich

    K:Adam Vinateri

    Returner: Deion Sanders

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  • 1 decade ago

    No doubt in my mind, it would be the 1978-1979 Pittsburgh Steelers. They were a complete team from top to bottom. Terry Bradshaw at Qb, Rocky Bleir, and Franco Harris in the backfield. Swann and Stalworth at receiver. And an O line that would stop a a herd of charging elephants. And on Defense FORGETABOUTIT!!! The Steel Curtain will always be the most feared defense of all time led By Lambert, Ham, and Mean Joe Greene. no doubt about it, the 78-79 steelers were the greatest ever!!!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    I decided to switch it to a 11 man team.

    QB/S/P/K- Sammy Baugh

    RB/S- Jim Brown

    RB/LB- Bronko Nagurski

    WR/CB/KR/PR- Deion Sanders

    WR/CB- Don Hutson

    TE/LB- Lawrence Taylor

    T/DE- Reggie White

    T/DE- Norm Willey

    G/DT- Mean Joe Greene

    G/DT- Jerome Brown

    C/LB- Chuck Bednarik

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    qb- joe montana

    rb- barry sanders, walter peyton

    wr- randy moss jerry rice

    te- antonio gates

    g- allen faneca,

    t- jonh ogden

    3-4

    dt- mean joe green

    de dwight white, lawrence taylor id move him from linebacker since he hated coverin and loved sackin

    rolb- greg lloyd

    lolb- jack ham

    mlb jack lambert, mike singletary

    cb- mel blount champ bailey

    ss- troy polamalu

    fs- sean taylor

    k- adam vinateri

    p- wontneed one with that offense

    kr- devin hester

    pr- daunte hall

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  • 1 decade ago

    1985 bears

    Walter Payton.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    i dont haves one as long as they got peyton and not T.O. then im cool

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