The New Zealand Herald newspaper names them alongside seven All Blacks, three Frenchmen and an Australian.
The full team is: Israel Dagg, NZ; Cory Jane, NZ; Aurelien Rougerie, France; Jamie Roberts, Wales; Digby Ioane, Australia; Aaron Cruden, NZ; Mike Phillips, Wales; Toby Faletau, Wales; Richie McCaw, NZ; Jerome Kaino, NZ; Lionel Nallet, France; Luke Charteris, Wales; Owen Franks, NZ; Keven Mealamu, NZ; Jean-Baptiste Poux, France
The newspaper also chose the try by Mike Phillips against France as their Try of the Week.
They said: "Phillips' running game is about as dangerous as it gets from a halfback because of his sheer size. He made Pascal Pape look pretty ordinary as he pushed past the big lock and scored the try that should have really won it for Wales."
Toby Faletau was named as one of the Players of the Week for "doing the work of two men" in the absence of Sam Warburton.
They wrote: "Injuries permitting he could become one of the sports most influential forwards over the next decade."