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2010's All-Decade Team Unveiled

November 19, 2020 - Canadian Football League (CFL) News Release


TORONTO - After five months of fans casting their ballots, the Canadian Football League (CFL) announced and celebrated the premiere players and head coaches of the past 10 years (2010-2019) through the first-ever All-Decade Team presented by LeoVegas. The First and Second teams, each featuring 29 individuals, were decided by fans, a selection committee and a media panel.

Fans were treated with a special 20-minute show that showcased the first and second All-Decade team as well as interviews with players and instant analysis.

GAME OF THE DECADE PRESENTED BY DR. OETKER GIUSEPPE PIZZERIA

Also unveiled on the show was the Game of the Decade presented by Dr. Oetker Giuseppe Pizzeria. Fans voted in a tournament-style bracket with the final two games vying for the crown of Game of the Decade. The final vote was between the Montreal Alouettes and Saskatchewan Roughriders in 2010 on Canada Day, facing off against the 105th Grey Cup game between the Calgary Stampeders and Ottawa REDBLACKS in Toronto.

In the end, the game on Canada Day in 2010 was the fans' choice for Game of the Decade. The contest featured 105 total points, overtime and a highlight reel catch by Montreal's S.J. Green - that will go down as one of the most impressive catches of all-time. For highlights from that game, go to https://www.cfl.ca/2020/11/19/cfl-game-of-the-decade/.

GAME OF THE DECADE NOTES

Montreal at Saskatchewan

July 1, 2010

Third highest scoring regular season game in CFL history with 105 points and highest-scoring game since 2000

Highest-ever scoring season opening game

Tied for #1 all-time with 13 total touchdowns in a single game

First time that Overtime applied the then new rule for mandatory two-point convert attempts after a TD

The game featured NINE TD passes

Saskatchewan overcame a 21-point deficit to win (down 33-12 in 3rd Quarter), the second-largest comeback in their history

Darian Durant threw for 5 TDs and 481 yards

Anthony Calvillo 4 TDs and 386 yards

ALL-DECADE TEAM PRESENTED BY LEOVEGAS

Below are the first and second All-Decade Teams:

FIRST ALL-DECADE TEAM

"It's pretty cool," said Bo Levi Mitchell. "I appreciate everybody that did vote, I definitely feel blessed. Just to have Ricky Ray and Wally Buono kind of give me that nod was a compliment in itself. To be a part of it, to be the quarterback named for it is definitely very special and hopefully I can, you know, be in the conversation in another decade."

POSITION NAME TEAM

Quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell Calgary

Running Back Andrew Harris BC and Winnipeg

Receiver S.J. Green Toronto and Montreal

Receiver Adarius Bowman Winnipeg, Edmonton and Montreal

Receiver Weston Dressler Saskatchewan and Winnipeg

Receiver Emmanuel Arceneaux BC and Saskatchewan

Receiver Nik Lewis Calgary and Montreal

Centre Jon Gott Calgary and Ottawa

Offensive Tackle Stanley Bryant Calgary and Winnipeg

Offensive Tackle Jovan Olafioye BC and Montreal

Offensive Guard Brendon LaBatte Winnipeg and Saskatchewan

Offensive Guard Ryan Bomben Montreal, Hamilton and Toronto

Defensive End Charleston Hughes Calgary and Saskatchewan

Defensive End John Bowman Montreal

Defensive Tackle Almondo Sewell Edmonton

Defensive Tackle Ted Laurent Edmonton and Hamilton

Linebacker Solomon Elimimian BC and Saskatchewan

Linebacker Adam Bighill BC and Winnipeg

Linebacker Chip Cox Montreal

Defensive Back Jovon Johnson Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montreal and Saskatchewan

Defensive Back Ryan Phillips BC and Montreal

Defensive Back Delvin Breaux Hamilton

Defensive Back Brandon Smith Calgary

Safety Craig Butler Saskatchewan and Hamilton

Kicker Justin Medlock Toronto, Hamilton and Winnipeg

Punter Rob Maver Calgary

Special Teams Cover Mike Miller Edmonton and Winnipeg

Special Teams Returner Brandon Banks Hamilton

Head Coach John Hufnagel Calgary

SECOND ALL-DECADE TEAM

POSITION NAME TEAM

Quarterback Ricky Ray Edmonton and Toronto

Running Back Jon Cornish Calgary

Receiver Greg Ellingson Hamilton, Ottawa and Edmonton

Receiver Brandon Banks Hamilton

Receiver Fred Stamps Edmonton and Montreal

Receiver Derel Walker Edmonton and Toronto

Receiver Bryan Burnham BC

Centre Luc Brodeur-Jourdain Montreal

Offensive Tackle Chris Van Zeyl Toronto and Hamilton

Offensive Tackle Derek Dennis Calgary and Saskatchewan

Offensive Guard Scott Flory Montreal

Offensive Guard Matt O'Donnell Edmonton

Defensive End Willie Jefferson Edmonton, Saskatchewan, and Winnipeg

Defensive End Odell Willis Winnipeg, Saskatchewan, Edmonton and BC

Defensive Tackle Micah Johnson Calgary and Saskatchewan

Defensive Tackle Eddie Steele Hamilton, Edmonton and Saskatchewan

Linebacker Alex Singleton Calgary

Linebacker Henoc Muamba Winnipeg, Saskatchewan and Montreal

Linebacker Simoni Lawrence Edmonton and Hamilton

Defensive Back Ed Gainey Montreal, Hamilton and Saskatchewan

Defensive Back Keon Raymond Calgary, Toronto, and Hamilton

Defensive Back Jamar Wall Calgary

Defensive Back Patrick Watkins Toronto and Edmonton

Safety Tyron Brackenridge Saskatchewan

Kicker Rene Paredes Calgary

Punter Richie Leone Ottawa and BC

Special Teams Cover Jason Arakgi BC

Special Teams Returner Chad Owens Toronto, Hamilton, and Saskatchewan

Head Coach Dave Dickenson Calgary


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