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LIST THE FUTURE NFL HALL OF FAMERS
PICK THE TOP10 OF 20 LISTED
| Closed on 08/19/08 at 05:00PM
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Team Breakout:
Rank57 FansAvg (1st)
1.BRETT FAVRE9.5 (39)
2.PEYTON MANNING8.2 (4)
3.TOM BRADY8.1 (9)
4.RAY LEWIS4.4 (1)
5.MICHAEL STRAHAN4.1 (2)
6.LADANIAN TOMLISON3.9
7.MARVIN HARRISON3.4
8.LARRY ALLEN3.1 (1)
9.RANDY MOSS2.6
10.TERRELL OWENS2.4 (1)
Also receiving votes:JONATHAN OGDEN2.2
JOHN LYNCH1.1
ADAM VINATERI0.8
ANTONIO GATES0.4
JULIUS PEPPERS0.3
RICHARD SEYMOUR0.2
STEVE SMITH0.2
ALLAN FANECA0.2
STEVE HUTCHINSON0.1

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#5 | 2193 days ago

Isaac Bruce, ever heard of him?

 

  • 2007 - Achieved 14,109 receiving yards and 942 receptions, putting him at 6th place for all-time receptions and 3rd for total yardage. He is also 13th all time in receiving touchdowns with 84. He is the most prolific receiver in Rams history in every category.
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    #1 | 2196 days ago

    OPINIONS VARY( YOUR PICK MAY NOT BE LISTED)
    #2 | 2196 days ago

    More will make it from the choices, but if they retired today, this would be my list
    1. BRETT FAVRE  2. PEYTON MANNING  3. TOM BRADY  4. MICHAEL STRAHAN  5. LARRY ALLEN  6. JOHN LYNCH  7. ADAM VINATERI  8. JONATHAN OGDEN  9. RAY LEWIS  10. MARVIN HARRISON  
    #3 | 2196 days ago

    Alot of these are hall of famers, about 18 of them

    1. BRETT FAVRE  2. PEYTON MANNING  3. MICHAEL STRAHAN  4. MARVIN HARRISON  5. TOM BRADY  6. RANDY MOSS  7. LADANIAN TOMLISON  8. RAY LEWIS  9. TERRELL OWENS  10. STEVE HUTCHINSON  
    #4 | 2195 days ago

    I see only 4 players here that really have no chance of getting in, but then I've seen players that deserve to be in (Randy Gradishar) get passed over and players that are less deserving get in just because their teams won a super bowl. If winning a super bowl is all it takes, then let's toss Dan Marino out and replace him with Matt Cassell.
    1. BRETT FAVRE  2. LARRY ALLEN  3. PEYTON MANNING  4. TOM BRADY  5. MARVIN HARRISON  6. RAY LEWIS  7. LADANIAN TOMLISON  8. RANDY MOSS  9. TERRELL OWENS  10. JONATHAN OGDEN  
    #5 | 2193 days ago

    Isaac Bruce, ever heard of him?

     

  • 2007 - Achieved 14,109 receiving yards and 942 receptions, putting him at 6th place for all-time receptions and 3rd for total yardage. He is also 13th all time in receiving touchdowns with 84. He is the most prolific receiver in Rams history in every category.
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    #6 | 2193 days ago

    Its so tough for WR's to get in.. Plus right now Bruce is overshadowed by TO and Moss. Thats not to say he wont get it, but it will be while.
    1. TOM BRADY  2. PEYTON MANNING  3. LARRY ALLEN  4. BRETT FAVRE  5. LADANIAN TOMLISON  6. JOHN LYNCH  7. RANDY MOSS  8. TERRELL OWENS  9. MICHAEL STRAHAN  10. JONATHAN OGDEN  
    #7 | 2192 days ago

    I didn't put Brady in cause he's SO young and he'd get in on the "next" ballot; Gates, yes it is hard for Tight Ends but he is the Template for the BEST at the position, so I put him in the Hall!
    1. RAY LEWIS  2. BRETT FAVRE  3. LARRY ALLEN  4. PEYTON MANNING  5. MICHAEL STRAHAN  6. JOHN LYNCH  7. ALLAN FANECA  8. RANDY MOSS  9. TERRELL OWENS  10. ANTONIO GATES  
    #8 | 2192 days ago

    danny_n94 wrote:
    Its so tough for WR's to get in.. Plus right now Bruce is overshadowed by TO and Moss. Thats not to say he wont get it, but it will be while.
    Isaac Bruce is an obvious choice for H.O.F because he was one of the elites at his prime he is like a Randy Moss or Terrell Owens. And both Moss and Owens will make it as so will Bruce
    1. BRETT FAVRE  2. PEYTON MANNING  3. MICHAEL STRAHAN  4. MARVIN HARRISON  5. TOM BRADY  6. RANDY MOSS  7. LADANIAN TOMLISON  8. RAY LEWIS  9. TERRELL OWENS  10. STEVE HUTCHINSON  
    #9 | 2192 days ago

    jtm25 wrote:
    Isaac Bruce is an obvious choice for H.O.F because he was one of the elites at his prime he is like a Randy Moss or Terrell Owens. And both Moss and Owens will make it as so will Bruce
    Being obvious doesnt mean a lock. He was never an elite, but a good WR. He may have the stats. To prove my point is Art Monk was an obvious choice and look how long its taken him to get in. Rean and understand wht I wrote
    1. TOM BRADY  2. PEYTON MANNING  3. LARRY ALLEN  4. BRETT FAVRE  5. LADANIAN TOMLISON  6. JOHN LYNCH  7. RANDY MOSS  8. TERRELL OWENS  9. MICHAEL STRAHAN  10. JONATHAN OGDEN  
    #10 | 2192 days ago

    danny_n94 wrote:
    Being obvious doesnt mean a lock. He was never an elite, but a good WR. He may have the stats. To prove my point is Art Monk was an obvious choice and look how long its taken him to get in. Rean and understand wht I wrote
    i think Wide Receivers are underrated for getting into the H.O.F. as you said but i fell Isaac Bruce will get his time
    1. BRETT FAVRE  2. PEYTON MANNING  3. MICHAEL STRAHAN  4. MARVIN HARRISON  5. TOM BRADY  6. RANDY MOSS  7. LADANIAN TOMLISON  8. RAY LEWIS  9. TERRELL OWENS  10. STEVE HUTCHINSON  
    #11 | 2187 days ago

    I think Bruce is more deserving than TO or Moss. Moss started his career with a bang... then his numbers, attitude, and level of play went down steadily until he got out of Oakland... I think he needs a few more seasons with Brady before I'd give him my vote... TO? Hmmm... hard to argue his numbers. Played on 3 different winning teams...but no ring (yet)... but begrudgingly I'd have to vote for him.
    1. LARRY ALLEN  2. BRETT FAVRE  3. PEYTON MANNING  4. TOM BRADY  5. JONATHAN OGDEN  6. RAY LEWIS  7. LADANIAN TOMLISON  8. MICHAEL STRAHAN  9. MARVIN HARRISON  10. ADAM VINATERI  
    #12 | 2187 days ago

    you know... I think Larry Allen is best of the whole group. His rings, longevity, multiple positions, probowls... not a flashy player at an unflashy position... but not one guy on that list would have a better resume than Allen...
    1. LARRY ALLEN  2. BRETT FAVRE  3. PEYTON MANNING  4. TOM BRADY  5. JONATHAN OGDEN  6. RAY LEWIS  7. LADANIAN TOMLISON  8. MICHAEL STRAHAN  9. MARVIN HARRISON  10. ADAM VINATERI  
    #13 | 2180 days ago

    John Lynch was never even the best DB on his own team (Barber in TB, Bailey in Denver)
    1. TOM BRADY  2. PEYTON MANNING  3. BRETT FAVRE  4. LADANIAN TOMLISON  5. RAY LEWIS  6. RANDY MOSS  7. LARRY ALLEN  8. JONATHAN OGDEN  9. MICHAEL STRAHAN  10. MARVIN HARRISON  
    #14 | 2180 days ago

    HI JOE VINATERI IS ON THE LIST.
    #15 | 2180 days ago

    81Forever wrote:
    John Lynch was never even the best DB on his own team (Barber in TB, Bailey in Denver)

    Seeing how Lynch is a Safety his responsibilities are different than that compared to a CB. You compared him to a pair of Corners. So I dont think that is a fair comparsion. Its like comparing a pass catching TE to a WR

    1. TOM BRADY  2. PEYTON MANNING  3. LARRY ALLEN  4. BRETT FAVRE  5. LADANIAN TOMLISON  6. JOHN LYNCH  7. RANDY MOSS  8. TERRELL OWENS  9. MICHAEL STRAHAN  10. JONATHAN OGDEN  
    #16 | 2180 days ago

    danny_n94 wrote:

    Seeing how Lynch is a Safety his responsibilities are different than that compared to a CB. You compared him to a pair of Corners. So I dont think that is a fair comparsion. Its like comparing a pass catching TE to a WR

    very well said...safeties have a completly different job then a CB and yes barber and bailey are both GREAT players....lynch was also there in the back to help them as well...anytime you see a tackle the 47 was there somewhere...he wont get in anytime soon but he should definately get in....a great safety....one of the best of all time in my own opinion
    1. BRETT FAVRE  2. MICHAEL STRAHAN  3. PEYTON MANNING  4. JOHN LYNCH  5. TOM BRADY  6. MARVIN HARRISON  7. RAY LEWIS  8. TERRELL OWENS  9. LADANIAN TOMLISON  10. ADAM VINATERI  
    #17 | 2180 days ago

    danny_n94 wrote:

    Seeing how Lynch is a Safety his responsibilities are different than that compared to a CB. You compared him to a pair of Corners. So I dont think that is a fair comparsion. Its like comparing a pass catching TE to a WR

    That may be true, but the point is that Ronde Barber and Champ Bailey are more deserving of being on this list than Lynch is.
    1. TOM BRADY  2. PEYTON MANNING  3. BRETT FAVRE  4. LADANIAN TOMLISON  5. RAY LEWIS  6. RANDY MOSS  7. LARRY ALLEN  8. JONATHAN OGDEN  9. MICHAEL STRAHAN  10. MARVIN HARRISON  
    #18 | 2180 days ago

    81Forever wrote:
    That may be true, but the point is that Ronde Barber and Champ Bailey are more deserving of being on this list than Lynch is.
    That maybe true, but Baliey and barber are still playing and they will be voted in by position
    1. TOM BRADY  2. PEYTON MANNING  3. LARRY ALLEN  4. BRETT FAVRE  5. LADANIAN TOMLISON  6. JOHN LYNCH  7. RANDY MOSS  8. TERRELL OWENS  9. MICHAEL STRAHAN  10. JONATHAN OGDEN  
    #19 | 2180 days ago

    I don't think Lynch is a hall of famer. LeRoy Butler belongs in HOF a lot more than Lynch at safety.
    1. LARRY ALLEN  2. BRETT FAVRE  3. PEYTON MANNING  4. TOM BRADY  5. JONATHAN OGDEN  6. RAY LEWIS  7. LADANIAN TOMLISON  8. MICHAEL STRAHAN  9. MARVIN HARRISON  10. ADAM VINATERI  
    #20 | 2179 days ago

    danny_n94 wrote:
    Being obvious doesnt mean a lock. He was never an elite, but a good WR. He may have the stats. To prove my point is Art Monk was an obvious choice and look how long its taken him to get in. Rean and understand wht I wrote
    never an elite!?!
    - 119 receptions in a season in 1995 (4th all time), im not even sure if TO has ever had 100 receptions in a season. randy moss is #10 with 111 reception in his best reception season.

    - 1781 recieving yards in one season (only 67yds behind the record set by jerry rice) putting him #2 on the list. Moss is #10 with 1632, and TO is #36 1451.  heck bruce is also #34 (ahead of TO twice and having two better single seasons that was better than TOs best all time in his career).

    - superbowl rings? Bruce has 1, while the Dominant and Overshadowing Moss and TO have ZERO.
    super bowl appearances with dominant performances:
    Randy Moss (2008) 5catches 62yards 1TD
    T.O. (2005) 9catches 122yards 0TDs
    Isaac Bruce (2000) 6catches 162yards 1TD
    Issac Bruce (2002) 5catches 56yards 0TDs

    i think if you were elite you may:
    1. win a superbowl
    2. play in more than one super bowl
    3. actually show up to the superbowl and be the better reciever on your team @ the superbowl.


    have you ever heard of the greatest show on turf?

    not sure you know what an elite is after that comment

    #21 | 2179 days ago

    Big_Country78 wrote:
    never an elite!?!
    - 119 receptions in a season in 1995 (4th all time), im not even sure if TO has ever had 100 receptions in a season. randy moss is #10 with 111 reception in his best reception season.

    - 1781 recieving yards in one season (only 67yds behind the record set by jerry rice) putting him #2 on the list. Moss is #10 with 1632, and TO is #36 1451.  heck bruce is also #34 (ahead of TO twice and having two better single seasons that was better than TOs best all time in his career).

    - superbowl rings? Bruce has 1, while the Dominant and Overshadowing Moss and TO have ZERO.
    super bowl appearances with dominant performances:
    Randy Moss (2008) 5catches 62yards 1TD
    T.O. (2005) 9catches 122yards 0TDs
    Isaac Bruce (2000) 6catches 162yards 1TD
    Issac Bruce (2002) 5catches 56yards 0TDs

    i think if you were elite you may:
    1. win a superbowl
    2. play in more than one super bowl
    3. actually show up to the superbowl and be the better reciever on your team @ the superbowl.


    have you ever heard of the greatest show on turf?

    not sure you know what an elite is after that comment

    gotta give it to him he made his point very good..i think all 3 will hit the HOF....moss/to/bruce....
    1. BRETT FAVRE  2. MICHAEL STRAHAN  3. PEYTON MANNING  4. JOHN LYNCH  5. TOM BRADY  6. MARVIN HARRISON  7. RAY LEWIS  8. TERRELL OWENS  9. LADANIAN TOMLISON  10. ADAM VINATERI  
    #22 | 2179 days ago

    Big_Country78 wrote:
    never an elite!?!
    - 119 receptions in a season in 1995 (4th all time), im not even sure if TO has ever had 100 receptions in a season. randy moss is #10 with 111 reception in his best reception season.

    - 1781 recieving yards in one season (only 67yds behind the record set by jerry rice) putting him #2 on the list. Moss is #10 with 1632, and TO is #36 1451.  heck bruce is also #34 (ahead of TO twice and having two better single seasons that was better than TOs best all time in his career).

    - superbowl rings? Bruce has 1, while the Dominant and Overshadowing Moss and TO have ZERO.
    super bowl appearances with dominant performances:
    Randy Moss (2008) 5catches 62yards 1TD
    T.O. (2005) 9catches 122yards 0TDs
    Isaac Bruce (2000) 6catches 162yards 1TD
    Issac Bruce (2002) 5catches 56yards 0TDs

    i think if you were elite you may:
    1. win a superbowl
    2. play in more than one super bowl
    3. actually show up to the superbowl and be the better reciever on your team @ the superbowl.


    have you ever heard of the greatest show on turf?

    not sure you know what an elite is after that comment

    Thats not elite. I never said he wasnt good. Take off your Rams glasses. He was never even considered the best WR in his conference let alone the NFL. He has some good stats. But where was he in SB 36? If he is such the ELITE WR why is he in SF. Ohhh now you will say cuz he is old? I know whats Elite and its not Bruce
    1. TOM BRADY  2. PEYTON MANNING  3. LARRY ALLEN  4. BRETT FAVRE  5. LADANIAN TOMLISON  6. JOHN LYNCH  7. RANDY MOSS  8. TERRELL OWENS  9. MICHAEL STRAHAN  10. JONATHAN OGDEN  
    #23 | 2179 days ago

    Bruce is elite in my book.  And I KNOW elite.
    1. TOM BRADY  2. BRETT FAVRE  3. PEYTON MANNING  4. MARVIN HARRISON  5. LADANIAN TOMLISON  6. RAY LEWIS  7. MICHAEL STRAHAN  8. LARRY ALLEN  9. ALLAN FANECA  10. ADAM VINATERI  
    #24 | 2179 days ago

    (Edited by danny_n94)

    He hasnt even been the best WR on HIS own team since 2000. NOT ELITE!
    If he is so elite why hasnt he been to a pro bowl since 2001 or been the best WR on his team since then. Amazing
    Now if you said the 7 time pro bowler from the Rams Torry Holt I would agree.

    1. TOM BRADY  2. PEYTON MANNING  3. LARRY ALLEN  4. BRETT FAVRE  5. LADANIAN TOMLISON  6. JOHN LYNCH  7. RANDY MOSS  8. TERRELL OWENS  9. MICHAEL STRAHAN  10. JONATHAN OGDEN  
    #25 | 2179 days ago

    holt is by far elite....that man is just insane....def should of had him in this poll
    1. BRETT FAVRE  2. MICHAEL STRAHAN  3. PEYTON MANNING  4. JOHN LYNCH  5. TOM BRADY  6. MARVIN HARRISON  7. RAY LEWIS  8. TERRELL OWENS  9. LADANIAN TOMLISON  10. ADAM VINATERI  
    #26 | 2178 days ago

    danny_n94 wrote:
    Thats not elite. I never said he wasnt good. Take off your Rams glasses. He was never even considered the best WR in his conference let alone the NFL. He has some good stats. But where was he in SB 36? If he is such the ELITE WR why is he in SF. Ohhh now you will say cuz he is old? I know whats Elite and its not Bruce
    ROFLMFAO

    haha too funny.  yeah its kinda hard to be the best in your conference when Jerry Rice is in your conference.  BTW Bruce lead the NFL in Recieving yards in 1996 (something neither TO, nor Randy Moss have on thier resumes).

    your set up lines are funny.

    would you call Brett Farve elite?  if brett farve is elite why is he on the jets?  probably for similar reasons Isaac Bruce is on thewhiners.  see how weak your logic is.

    why do you think holt has such good numbers and was not as well covered? because for years the rams had two #1 WRs on the field at the same time.
    #27 | 2178 days ago

    danny_n94 wrote:

    He hasnt even been the best WR on HIS own team since 2000. NOT ELITE!
    If he is so elite why hasnt he been to a pro bowl since 2001 or been the best WR on his team since then. Amazing
    Now if you said the 7 time pro bowler from the Rams Torry Holt I would agree.

    so is this about age or not?

    the pro bowl question is easy.  the voting is extremely biased, and people only go from winning teams, its not based on performance, a perfect example is Isaac Bruce from 1995 - 1781 recieving yards, 119 receptions, 13 touchdowns, 111 yds/game, with a long reception of 72 yards AND he didn't make it to the probowl.

    in 2001 he had 64 receptions, 1106 yards, and 6 TDs

    compare 2001 to 2004 (89 receptions 1292 yards and 6 TDs) or even 2006 (74 receptions 1098yards 3 TDs)

    the probowl is more about how you team does, rather than your performance.
    #28 | 2171 days ago
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    #29 | 2166 days ago

    Flip62 wrote:
    I see only 4 players here that really have no chance of getting in, but then I've seen players that deserve to be in (Randy Gradishar) get passed over and players that are less deserving get in just because their teams won a super bowl. If winning a super bowl is all it takes, then let's toss Dan Marino out and replace him with Matt Cassell.
    Good call with Randy Gradishar. He was very quick and a great tackler.
    1. TOM BRADY  2. PEYTON MANNING  3. LARRY ALLEN  4. RAY LEWIS  5. BRETT FAVRE  6. MARVIN HARRISON  7. RANDY MOSS  8. JONATHAN OGDEN  9. TERRELL OWENS  10. MICHAEL STRAHAN  

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