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Of these 11 players eligible for the Hall of Fame?


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#1 Sideshow91

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Posted September 13 2017, 11:25 AM

Are than any besides the obvious 2 (Ray Lewis and Randy Moss) that you would consider first ballot HOFers?

 

Randy Moss

Ray Lewis

 

Brian Urlacher

Richard Seymour

Steve Hutchinson

Steve Smith (the other WR Steve Smith, not the one that just retired)

Ronde Barbar

Donald Driver

Matt Birk

Jeff Saturday

Kyle Vanden Bosch



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Posted September 13 2017, 02:29 PM

WTF is the other Steve Smith even doing in this type of discussion.  He has like 2000ish career yards? 

 

I suspect people saw that name and thought Agent 89.  Not realizing they were giving the nod to some garbage 2000 yard Giant WR.    

 

I vote nay on that list outside the top 2 guys you listed. 



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Posted September 13 2017, 02:33 PM

WTF is the other Steve Smith even doing in this type of discussion.  He has like 2000ish career yards? 

 

I suspect people saw that name and thought Agent 89.  Not realizing they were giving the nod to some garbage 2000 yard Giant WR.    

 

I vote nay on that list outside the top 2 guys you listed. 

Agree on all accounts.

 

How is the 2nd best Steve Smith in NFL history going to make the NFL hall of fame when the best Steve Smith of all time is borderline himself?

 

I see most of the others as hall of famers, just not 1st ballot guys. 



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Posted September 13 2017, 06:49 PM

Are than any besides the obvious 2 (Ray Lewis and Randy Moss) that you would consider first ballot HOFers?

 

Randy Moss

Ray Lewis

 

Brian Urlacher

Richard Seymour

Steve Hutchinson

Steve Smith (the other WR Steve Smith, not the one that just retired)

Ronde Barbar

Donald Driver

Matt Birk

Jeff Saturday

Kyle Vanden Bosch

I think Hutch, Seymour, and Saturday have a legitimate shot - in addition to Moss and Lewis.


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Posted September 14 2017, 09:49 AM

I think Hutch, Seymour, and Saturday have a legitimate shot - in addition to Moss and Lewis.

1st ballot???

 

Nah, I think all will make the hall of fame, by none of those three will be 1st ballot. 






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