Ironically, the two had almost identical stats for the decade, but we like to think JT's extra-curricular activities put him over the top.
Which would you rather have? A movie-star handsome, dancing hunk or a gap-toothed jester who sings the five-dollar foot long song with Jared? No brainer.
On the field, Taylor was no slouch either, winning the defensive MVP award once and terrorizing quarterbacks on a weekly basis. He also had a nose for the end zone, scoring more touchdowns than any defensive lineman in NFL history.
The U was also properly represented in the All-Decade team. Ray Lewis and Ed Reed both made the squad.
SI gets a pass for its selection for head coach of the team, Bill Belichick.
At least it wasn't Cam Cameron or Nick "I Ain't Leaving" Satan, er, Saban.