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#1 vmax

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Posted 06 August 2018 - 04:03 PM

 

Ed Reed (next year): “Arguably the greatest safety to ever play the game, Ed Reed is a slam-dunk as a first-ballot Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee.”

Terrell Suggs: “Terrell Suggs seems like a virtual lock for the Hall of Fame at this point in his career. The man known as ‘T-Sizzle’ has 125.5 career sacks and 34 forced fumbles. … Suggs is also a 7x Pro Bowl selection and ranks 17th all-time on the sack list, and could easily cross into the top 10 if he plays another year-or-two. Suggs definitely has the hardware and the stat sheet to justify a Hall of Fame selection, but that doesn’t do justice to the kind of player that Suggs truly is.”

Marshal Yanda: “So long as Marshal Yanda returns to form following his broken ankle that cost him the majority of his 2017 season, there’s no reason to doubt that Yanda will find himself in the Pro Football Hall of Fame one day. … Already regarded as one of the best offensive guards of the last decade, Yanda was perhaps on his way to bragging rights as one of the best to ever play in the NFL.”

Haloti Ngata: “Defensive linemen have a hard time getting into the Hall of Fame because of so much discussion over what stats make a good resume for induction. … Rant aside, Haloti Ngata is one of the greatest nose tackles of all-time, hands down. What Ngata was able to do as a gap-eating, pressure producing big-man is unheard of.”

Justin Tucker: “The most accurate kicker of all-time, Justin Tucker may still have a long road ahead of him thanks to the position he plays, but he’s on the right track. With a Super Bowl title to his name and a couple First-Team All-Pro nods, Tucker is definitely fairing towards G.O.A.T. status.”..https://www.baltimor...in-joint-practi

 

They have Mosley in the conversation too.

 

 

C.J. Mosley: “Half-man. Half-amazing. C.J. Mosley will probably live forever in the shadow of Ray Lewis as a great inside linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens, but my goodness is he still a tremendous player. In just four seasons in the league, Mosley is already a 3x Pro Bowl and Second-Team All-Pro selection with nearly 500 career tackles and eight sacks and interceptions.”

Bradshaw also names wide receiver Steve Smith Sr., wide receiver Anquan Boldin and safety Eric Weddle as possibilities, but all three played the majority of their careers for another team(s). Read Bradshaw’s reasoning for all three here.

 

I think Ozzie should get in as a GM.

 

Art definitely belongs there.


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Posted 09 August 2018 - 03:51 PM

I believe you are correct about both of these men. Modell helped build the NFL, especially when it came to TV and Ozzie was just a damn good GM, period. Both extremely worthy. If Art doesn't make it, it will be because of the Cleveland fan base.


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