The NFL 2000s All-Decade Team is composed of outstanding performers in the National Football League in the ten years spanning 2000–2009. Only a player or coach's performance in the 2000s is used as criteria for voting. The full team was announced on January 31, 2010 during the pregame show for the 2010 Pro Bowl.
Mid 2000s-early 2010s. British musical success in the United States was at its lowest point in the early 2000s. Less than 2% of the top 100 United States albums in both 2000 and 2001 were from the United Kingdom. In April 2002, for the first time since October 1963, there were no British acts on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
The Lost Decade (失われた10年, Ushinawareta Jūnen) was a period of economic stagnation in Japan caused by the asset price bubble's collapse in late 1991. The term originally referred to the 1990s, but the 2000s (Lost 20 Years, 失われた20年) and the 2010s (Lost 30 Years, 失われた30年) have been included by commentators as the phenomenon continued.
Horror films released in the 2000s are listed in the following articles: List of horror films of 2000; List of horror films of 2001; List of horror films of 2002; List of horror films of 2003; List of horror films of 2004; List of horror films of 2005; List of horror films of 2006; List of horror films of 2007; List of horror films of 2008
Japan was in recovery in the middle of the decade 2000s but slipped back into recession and deflation in 2008. The recession in Japan intensified in the fourth quarter of 2008 with a GDP growth of −12.7%, and deepened further in the first quarter of 2009 with a GDP growth of −15.2%.
Name, age Date Location, comments (Unnamed Child), 3: August 21, 1868 "Killed by a Cougar.— The Oregon Harold of August 24th contains the following: On the 21st instant, a little child three years old, of Mr. Patton, living on Rear Creek, three miles west of the Long Tom, in Lane county, was killed by a cougar.
List of the top 20 highest-grossing tours of the 2000s decade; Rank Actual gross Inflation (adjusted 2022 gross) Artist Tour name Year(s) Shows Attendance Average gross (millions) Average attendance Ref. 1 $558,255,524 $729,557,813 The Rolling Stones: A Bigger Bang Tour: 2005–07 144 4,680,000 $3.88 32,500  2 $411,000,000 ...