All-decade offense: Harrison represents division

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

Let the Tom Brady versus Peyton Manning debate begin anew.

I've got no beef at all with Brady as the quarterback on ESPN.com's all-decade offense, which you can find here. Super Bowl wins are the ultimate goal for every player, and Brady's got three in four appearances to Manning's one in one. But I suspect some Colts faithful may have a counter argument for their three-time MVP.

A day after the AFC South was shutout on defense, former Colts receiver Marvin Harrison gets a starting spot. An AFC South newcomer, Jacksonville receiver Torry Holt, lines up across from Harrison to catch passes from Brady.

Can you make the case for anybody else who should have been on here?