Joe Haden feels snubbed after NFL announces All-Decade Team
The NFL announced the All-Decade Team for the 2010s on Monday, and one player feels snubbed.
Among the defensive backs voted to the team were Patrick Peterson, Darrelle Revis, Richard Sherman, and Chris Harris. There was no space for Joe Haden, who has been an excellent player for the Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers since entering the league in 2010.
Haden posted the stats of several selections, and then his own — arguing that he deserved the nod.
Im on My All-Decade team.
— Joe Haden (@joehaden23) April 6, 2020
Does Haden have a point? Revis and Sherman deserve their place on the team, as they’ve been two of the most dominant defensive backs in recent memory. Their numbers are low, in part, because they were so dominant that quarterbacks avoided throwing their way.
Haden takes his role very seriously and has a lot of pride. It’s still fun to see him kick off a debate like this.