Sports Illustrated’s Peter King took a few moments away from knob slobbing Brett Favre and mundanely blathering about varying Starbucks throughout the country’s airports to schlep together hisAll-Decade Team. And he named Jason Taylor as the defensive end.
JT beat out Michael Strahan, which to me is like, “Pfft… of course!” but to others it’s all, “Wow… that’s a good debate right there!” And to those people I say, go blow an otter. Because there is no debate.
Since 2000, JT has amassed 104 sacks, 6 interceptions, 35 forced fumbles, scored 7 touchdowns, recorded 317 tackles, and once stopped a volcano from erupting with his nutsack. Strahan, meanwhile, recorded 89 sacks, 0 interceptions, 15 forced fumbles, and just 1 touchdown since 2000. Strahan also once tried to stop a small family bar-b-que grill grease fire with his nutsack but only managed to singe his pubes (and ruin the burgers in the process).
There’s no question who the baddest mo fo low down around this town in this decade is.
It’s 99 and his amazing feats of kick-assery. Just ask Tom Brady and the Jason-Taylor-fist-shaped hole in his anal cavity.