Unleashing the Ultimate NFL Roster: The All-Time Offense

The NFL Football season ended just under three weeks ago when the New Orleans Saints beat the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 in Super Bowl 44.

For the first time ever, the annual Pro Bowl was played one Sunday before the Super Bowl. Usually, it is held the Sunday after the Super Bowl.

As most know, the Pro Bowl is where the NFL's best players from that particular year all get together on one field and play a game. The Pro Bowl roster can be looked upon as the All-Season team for the year in which the roster was selected.

Since this last season was the end of the 2000's decade, the Associated Press came up with their All-Decade team for the decade of 2000-2010. The team's roster consists of the best individual players from the previous decade.

As I looked at the All-Decade roster, I was very satisfied with who the Associated Press decided upon. The roster included names like Tom Brady, LaDainian Tomlinson, Tony Gonzalez, Charles Woodson, and Darren Sharper.

But as I looked at the names, I couldn't help but replace them with the names of other players, players that performed before the year 2000. Players that I thought were better than the ones on the roster.

Obviously, I knew that the players I had in mind weren't eligible for the roster in which I was looking at. In fact, the only way I could place all the players that I wanted to on one roster, it would have to be able to include any NFL player who played in any given time period.

That's when I thought of it. What I had jumbled in my head was my own personally chosen All-Time Pro Football team. Basically, a list of the greatest players to ever play in Pro Football at each position.

The following contents of this article will explore the great history of the NFL and pluck out 12 of the best football players this world has ever known and ...

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