Wide receiver is a position that you would think would have been better in this decade. The first two picks were no-brainers though. First, T.Y. Hilton makes the squad. In his 8 seasons with the team, he has recorded over 1,000 yards five times, including 1,448 in 2016 when he led the league.
Hilton has been hurt over the last two seasons so we will see if his effectiveness can return over this next decade. His counterpart at receiver is Reggie Wayne. While Wayne had an excellent decade in the 2000s, his time in the 2010s isn’t half-bad either.
Wayne played five seasons in the 2010s and made the Pro Bowl twice, including his First-Team All-Pro selection in 2010. Wayne was able to bridge the gap between Manning and Luck and was an effective target for both of them until he retired after the 2014 season.
The third receiver was a little bit harder to find. We have to go with Pierre Garcon. Garcon only played two seasons with the Colts in this decade, but that’s how thin the receiver roster is. He did catch 12 touchdowns over those two seasons though.
Tight end was a bit trickier in terms of personnel. There was no Dallas Clark in this era because Clark wasn’t so good at the end, so we had to get creative. Jack Doyle makes the squad because of his overall effectiveness. He is a good receiver and an excellent blocker. He made two Pro Bowls, scoring those in 2017 and 2019.
Based on his touchdown production, Dwayne Allen is the second tight end on the squad. Allen played 5 seasons with the team from 2012-2016. He caught 19 touchdowns over those 5 seasons. He would be a good red-zone threat on this team.
We now move to the final piece of the offense for the All-Decade team, the offensive line.