Cincinnati Bengals’ 2010s All-Decade Starting Team
Kicker: Mike Nugent
The two main options for this spot are Mike Nugent and Randy Bullock. Bullock deserves an honorable mention for out-competing rookie kicker Jake Elliot, but Nugent wins out.
Nugent hung around Cincinnati for a bit too long, leaving the Queen City on a bad note. But he was a pretty good kicker when the Bengals brought him in for the 2010 season. Before his disastrous last year, he hovered around the 80% success mark on his field goals and rarely missed extra points.
Punter: Kevin Huber
Huber is entering his 12th season with the Bengals and he’s still going strong. He’s been everything the team could ask for from a punter and seems to be getting better with age. A model of consistency, he’s been helping the Bengals in the field position battle all decade. He’s even represented Cincinnati at the Pro Bowl.
Long Snapper: Clark Harris
Clark Harris has been going steady for the Bengals throughout the entire decade. He even holds the Guinness World Record for the longest snap in history at 36 yards and 8 inches. You can rest easy tonight knowing the Bengals have fielded excellence at the position for the last decade.