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1986 All-Pro Team

The 1986 All-Pro Team is composed of the National Football League players that were named to the Associated Press, Newspaper Enterprise Association, Pro Football Writers Association, Pro Football Weekly and The Sporting News in 1986. Both first- and second- teams are listed for the AP and NEA teams. These are the five teams that are included in Total Football II: The Official Encyclopedia of the National Football League. In 1986 the AP chose two defensive tackles (one a nose-tackle) rather than two defensive tackles and one nose tackles as they had done since 1981. The Pro Football Writers Association returned to a 4-3 format for their 1986 defense.

Offense

Position First Team Second Team
Quarterback Dan Marino, Miami Dolphins (AP, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Phil Simms, New York Giants (NEA)
Tommy Kramer, Minnesota Vikings (AP-2)
Dan Marino, Miami Dolphins (NEA-2)
Running back Eric Dickerson, Los Angeles Rams (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Joe Morris, New York Giants (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Walter Payton, Chicago Bears (AP-2, NEA-2)
Curt Warner Seattle Seahawks (AP-2, NEA-2)
Wide receiver Jerry Rice, San Francisco 49ers (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Al Toon, New York Jets (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW)
Stanley Morgan, New England Patriots (TSN)
Gary Clark, Washington Redskins (AP-2)
Steve Largent, Seattle Seahawks (NEA-2)
Stanley Morgan, New England Patriots (AP-2, NEA-2)
Tight end Mark Bavaro, New York Giants (AP, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Todd Christensen, Los Angeles Raiders (NEA)
Mark Bavaro, New York Giants (NEA-2)
Todd Christensen, Los Angeles Raiders (AP-2)
Tackle Anthony Munoz, Cincinnati Bengals (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Jim Covert, Chicago Bears (AP, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Brian Holloway, New England Patriots (NEA)
Jackie Slater, Los Angeles Rams (AP-2, NEA-2)
Gary Zimmerman, Minnesota Vikings (NEA-2)
Brad Benson, New York Giants (AP-2)
Guard Bill Fralic, Atlanta Falcons (AP, NEA, PFW, TSN)
Dennis Harrah, Los Angeles Rams (AP, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Russ Grimm, Washington Redskins (NEA, PFWA)
Randy Cross, San Francisco 49ers (AP-2, NEA-2)
Dan Fike, Cleveland Browns (NEA-2)
Russ Grimm, Washington Redskins (AP-2)
Center Dwight Stephenson, Miami Dolphins (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN) Jay Hilgenberg, Chicago Bears (AP-2, NEA-2)

Defense

Position First Team Second Team
Defensive end Dexter Manley, Washington Redskins (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Rulon Jones, Denver Broncos (AP, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Dan Hampton, Chicago Bears (NEA)
Leonard Marshall, New York Giants (AP-2)
Howie Long, Los Angeles Raiders (NEA-2)
Rulon Jones, Denver Broncos (NEA-2)
Dan Hampton, Chicago Bears (AP-2)
Defensive tackle Reggie White, Philadelphia Eagles (AP, NEA, PFWA)
Steve McMichael, Chicago Bears (PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Bill Pickel, Los Angeles Raiders (AP, TSN)
Michael Carter, San Francisco 49ers (NEA)
Bill Maas, Kansas City Chiefs (PFW)
Bob Golic, Cleveland Browns (NEA-2)
Keith Millard, Minnesota Vikings (NEA-2)
Steve McMichael, Chicago Bears (AP-2) W, TSN)
Bill Maas, Kansas City Chiefs (AP-2)
Middle linebacker Mike Singletary, Chicago Bears (AP, NEA, PFWA. PFW, TSN)
Karl Mecklenburg Denver Broncos (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Harry Carson, New York Giants (AP-2, NEA-2)
John Offerdahl, Miami Dolphins (AP-2)
Kyle Clifton, New York Jets (NEA-2)
Outside linebacker Lawrence Taylor, New York Giants (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Wilber Marshall, Chicago Bears (AP, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Rickey Jackson, New Orleans Saints (NEA)
Andre Tippett, New England Patriots (AP-2, NEA-2)
Wilber Marshall, Chicago Bears (NEA-2)
Rickey Jackson, New Orleans Saints (AP-2)
Cornerback Hanford Dixon, Cleveland Browns (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
LeRoy Irvin, Los Angeles Rams (AP, PFWA, TSN)
Darrell Green, Washington Redskins (NEA)
Raymond Clayborn, New England Patriots (PFW)
Jerry Gray, Los Angeles Rams (AP-2)
LeRoy Irvin, Los Angeles Rams (NEA-2)
Darrell Green, Washington Redskins (AP-2)
Safety Ronnie Lott, San Francisco 49ers (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW)
Deron Cherry, Kansas City Chiefs (AP, TSN)
Dave Duerson, Chicago Bears (PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Dennis Smith, Denver Broncos (NEA)
Leonard Smith, St. Louis Cardinals (AP-2, NEA-2)
Deron Cherry, Kansas City Chiefs (NEA-2)
Dave Duerson, Chicago Bears (AP-2)

Special teams

Position First Team Second Team
Kicker Morten Andersen, New Orleans Saints (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN) Tony Franklin, New England Patriots (AP-2)
Pat Leahy, New York Jets (NEA-2)
Punter Sean Landeta, New York Giants (AP, PFWA)
Rohn Stark, Indianapolis Colts (NEA)
Sean Landeta, New York Giants (NEA-2)
Rohn Stark, Indianapolis Colts (AP-2)
Kick Returner Dennis Gentry, Chicago Bears (PFWA, PFW)
Bobby Joe Edmonds, Seattle Seahawks (AP)
Mel Gray, New Orleans Saints (TSN)
Vai Sikahema, St. Louis Cardinals (AP-2)
Punt Returner Bobby Joe Edmonds, Seattle Seahawks (PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Special Teams Mosi Tatupu, New England Patriots (PFW)

Key

AP = Associated Press All-Pro team; AP-2 Associated Press Second-team All-Pro; PFWA = Pro Football Writers Association All-Pro team; NEA = Newspaper Enterprise Association All-Pro team; NEA-2 Newspaper Enterprise Association Second-team All-Pro; PFW = Pro Football Weekly All-Pro team; TSN = The Sporting News All-Pro team; t = players tied in selection

References

  • Pro-Fooball-Reference.com
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