Top Ten NFL Players Most Likely to Make the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2019

PackFan2005
With the nominees selected, the voting process for the hall of fame begins. Over a hundred players were selected, yet only a few will make it in. Here, we’re looking at the top ten NFL players most likely to make the pro football hall of fame in 2019.

The Top Ten

1 Tony Gonzalez Tony Gonzalez Anthony David Gonzalez is a former American football tight end who played 17 seasons in the National Football League.

Gonzalez is a complete lock, without a doubt. The stats say it all. 14 pro bowls, 15,000+ receiving yards, and 111 career touchdowns. Definitely the greatest tight end of all time. I don’t know why some say Rob Gronkowski is better than him. - PackFan2005

2 Ed Reed

Reed is another complete lock for the hall. 9 pro bowls, three time NFL interceptions leader, once won NFL defensive player of the year, 64 career interceptions and 13 touchdowns as well. - PackFan2005

3 Champ Bailey

Bailey is the third among the locks, and his resume is just amazing. 12 pro bowls, NFL interceptions leader of 2006, and has 52 interceptions. Bailey will make it. - PackFan2005

4 Isaac Bruce Isaac Bruce

Bruce would have made it in 2018 if Terrell Owens and Randy Moss hadn’t been in his class. I’d say he has a good chance of making the hall of fame in 2019. - PackFan2005

5 Steve Atwater Steve Atwater Stephen Dennis Atwater nicknamed "Smiling Assassin" is a former American football player who spent most of his career playing free safety for the Denver Broncos.

I know Gonzalez, Reed, and Bailey are locks, but I think Atwater should be selected. He deserves it. He gets snubbed ever single year. - 2storm

Atwater has the stats to back him up, but the issue is that safeties are often overlooked in hall of fame voting. Plus, with Ed Reed going in, it’ll be even tougher. Perhaps maybe he’ll miraculously make it. - PackFan2005

6 Ty Law

Law may not get in this year either, due to being in the same year as Champ Bailey. Although, he has a shot, as he was one of foorball’s most dominating cornerbacks for a few years with the Patriots. He won three Super Bowls with them. - PackFan2005

7 John Lynch John Lynch John Terrence Lynch, Jr. is a former American football strong safety who played fifteen seasons in the National Football League and is a current color commentator for the Fox network's coverage of the NFL.

Lynch hasn’t gotten too much consideration over the years, but the current 49ers general manager has a legitimate shot this year. - PackFan2005

8 Steve Hutchinson

Hutchinson was a pretty good offensive lineman, and I think has a good shot this year. - PackFan2005

9 Jimmy Johnson

Johnson was one of the NFL’s best head coaches back in the 1980’s, and won two Super Bowls. Johnson could be the coach that makes it into Canton this year. - PackFan2005

10 Bill Cowher

Was a pretty solid coach, and led the Steelers to a super bowl in 2005. - PackFan2005

The Contenders

11 Tony Boselli

As a Jags fan, I will boycott the NFL if he is snubbed again. - DoroExploro13

He could very well become the first Jaguar to make the hall of fame. - PackFan2005

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