- Bill Williamson, ESPN Staff Writer
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Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson
ESPN.com's all-decade top-25 player list is top heavy with players from the AFC West.
Only three players on the list spent a major portion of their careers in the division, but they're all in the top 10. It was the only division to boast three of the top-10 players. They are running back LaDainian Tomlinson at No. 3 (San Diego), cornerback Champ Bailey at No. 6 (Denver) and tight end Tony Gonzalez at No. 10 (Kansas City).
Tomlinson was the highest ranked nonquarterback on the list. Bailey was the highest ranked cornerback and the second-highest ranked defensive player on the list and Gonzalez was the only tight end on the list.
What are your thoughts on the AFC West's influence on the list?