The easiest choice of the all-decade team is followed by perhaps the most difficult. Lindsay just completed his second season and again broke the 1,000-yard rushing mark. He is the first undrafted rookie to break the barrier in his first two seasons, and he’s only the fourth Bronco to record back-to-back 1,000-yard rushing seasons. The excellence in those two seasons is enough to push him past C.J. Anderson, who recorded 3,051 yards and made a Pro Bowl in his five years in Denver. Lindsay, though, also has a Pro Bowl to his name and has nearly matched Anderson’s rushing touchdown total (20 to 16) in just two seasons.