New Orleans Saints’ 2010’s all-decade team – who’s the best?
Terron Armstead (T), Jahri Evans (G), Max Unger (C), Larry Warford (G), Zach Strief (T)
This offensive line is scary. While two of them play for the current Saints’ team, they are all deserving to be on this list. Terron Armstead has locked down that tackle spot for almost the entire decade. He is a two-time Pro-Bowler (2018, 2019).
Jahri Evans was drafted in the same year Brees and Payton joined the Saints. He immediately started, like Armstead, and later was selected to six Pro-Bowls and four in the first four years of the decade. In the decade, he also received two first-team All-Pro selections.
Max Unger was a great center already when he was traded from the Seattle Seahawks for tight end Jimmy Graham. He was on the Saints until he retired in 2018. For those three short years, Unger another Pro-Bowl selection making it three for his career.
The current Saints offensive line might be one of the best in franchise history. Warford is a huge part of that. He was a free agent signing that immediately stepped in. Strief is the most likely on this list to lose his spot.
Ryan Ramczcyk will undoubtedly take his spot within the next couple of years, but for now, Strief remains on the all-decade list.