Best 2016 NFL Hall of Fame Nominees
The Top Ten Best 2016 NFL Hall of Fame Nominees
Favre played 20 seasons in the NFL, with the Packers, Vikings, Jets, and Falcons. He retired as the all time leader in both passing yards and touchdowns. He was a 3 time MVP, 11 time Pro Bowler, 2 time NFC Champion and a won one Super Bowl - ryanrimmel
He is the best but a lot of good candidates - 2storm
There are many players that were great but had a short career. They are: Kurt Warner, Terrell Davis, Sterling Sharpe, Kenny Easley, and Gale Sayers. Only Sayers is in the Hall of Fame and Easley is about to get in. I think he should have to wait a while or get voted on by the senior voters.
He is the best because they picked him up at the grocery store!
And he used to bag groceries...
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This is a little high for Warner.
He played 13 NFL seasons with the Colts with Peyton Manning as his Quarterback. He retired an 8 time Pro Bowler, Super Bowl Champion, 7th all time in receiving yards, 5th all time in touchdown catches, and 3rd all time in catches. He also set the single season record for catches. - ryanrimmel
Definitely the best wide reciever not in the Hall of Fame
He only played 7 seasons, and in that time he was a 3 time Pro Bowler, an MVP, 2 time Super Bowl Champion and a Super Bowl MVP, and he was the 4th player ever to rush for 2,000 yards in a season. - ryanrimmel
His first for years were amazing. Unfortanatly for great years doesn't get you into the Hall of Fame.
Easily a top 5 receiver of all time and deserves to be in the hall - fronterrific
He is not a top five receiver, but he is Hall of Fame worthy. He has great stats but teams couldn't wait to get rid of him great. To me he should not be a first ballot Hall of Famer.
He played 15 seasons for the 49ers, Cowboys, Eagles, Bills, and Bengals. He is currently 2nd all time in receiving yards and 3rd all time in touchdowns. He was a 6 time Pro Bowler and an NFC Champion - ryanrimmel
He owned the San Francisco 49ers from 1977-2000. He won 5 Super Bowls, made 10 NFC Championship appearances, and hired/drafted hall of famers like Bill Walsh, Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Ronnie Lott, & Steve Young - ryanrimmel
He played 3 seasons in the 70s with the Steelers and 49ers, and he won a Super Bowl in that time with Pittsburgh. He went on to become a coach the Buccaneers and Colts, and won a Super Bowl with the Colts. He is the only person to win a Super Bowl as a player and Head Coach. - ryanrimmel
One of the greatest coaches of all time, not because he won a lot, but because of his character
Tony Dungy is in the Hall of Fame.
Looked at as one of the best Offensive Linemen of the 2000s, he played 13 seasons with the Steelers, Jets, and Cardinals. He was a 9 time Pro Bowler and Super Bowl Champion - ryanrimmel
He should make it in by 2019.
He played 15 seasons with the Raiders, Oilers, and Saints. He was a 4 time Pro Bowler, MVP, and a Super Bowl Champion. - ryanrimmel
Ken Stabler is in the Hall of Fame.
He was a kicker who played 20 seasons with the Saints, Falcons, Giants, Chiefs, and Vikings. He was a 7 time Pro Bowler, and holds 13 NFL records, including most points scored. - ryanrimmel
Its hard for kickers to get in the Hall of Fame and it should be. He deserves Hall of Fame but as a senior canidate.
Most games ever. Most points ever. I realize he's a kicker, but the game is called "football", not "passball", not "runball", not "tackleball", not "blockball".
He must be into the top 10. He should at least be number 3
Kevin Greene is the Hall of Fame.
He played 15 seasons with the Rams, Steelers, Panthers, and 49ers. He was a 5 time Pro Bowler, AFC Champion, and is 3rd all time for sacks. - ryanrimmel
Played 11 seasons with the Colts, Cardinals and Seahawks. He was a part of the famous Colts offense of the early 2000s with Peyton Manning, Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne, Dallas Clark, and Jeff Saturday. He was a 4 time Pro Bowler and is the 11th all time leading rusher - ryanrimmel
Very underrated, should get in before Terrell Davis.
He played 7 NFL seasons, and was a Pro Bowler in 5 of them - ryanrimmel
Dick Stanfel is in the Hall of Fame.
He's in the league man
Wooow so awesome he is the best
Broken nose and still plays 😱
He played 15 seasons with the Buccaneers and Broncos. He was a 9 time Pro Bowler and a Super Bowl Champion - ryanrimmel
Represent those buccaneers! - fronterrific
2017: John Lynch. 2018: Steve A twat er. 2019: Ed Reed. 2020: Troy Polamalu. 2021: Brian Dawkins.
He played 13 seasons with the Rams and Bears, and was a 7 time Pro Bowler and a Super Bowl Champion - ryanrimmel
The Greatest show on Turf wouldn't be possible without the Greatest Tackle on Earth
Orlando Pace is in the Hall of Fame.
Should be higher
He played 14 seasons with the Redskins, making 4 Pro Bowls, winning 3 Super Bowls and 4 NFC Championships - ryanrimmel
He played 11 seasons with the Broncos and Jets and was known for his big hits. He was an 8 time Pro Bowler, 2 time Super Bowl Champion and a 3 time AFC Champion.
P.S. I had to space out his last name because there is a "dirty word" in there. - ryanrimmel
He coached in the NFL for 14 years for the Cardinals and Chargers, and was named Coach of the Year in 1974. He is already a member of the College Football Hall of Fame - ryanrimmel
Charles woods on isn't eligible for the hall of fame yet - ryanrimmel
Shut down cornerback clutch
He's not eligible - ryanrimmel
He Was The Best SS Hands Down