Top 10 NFL Players Not in the Hall of Fame


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61 Aaron Glenn

Had some great years early in his career and then petered out. Hall of very good, not Hall of Fame.

62 Nick Lowery

I know kickers were not as accurate as they are now, but during the eighties, it was a battle between Lowery and Morten Anderson as to who you would rather have. Anderson might have been more accurate but Lowery had a bigger leg. He was clutch from 50+ yards

63 Joe Jacoby

Hard for me to believe Joe Jacoby is not in the Hal of Fame. He was a great Tackle during the redskins glory years and a famed member of the "hogs." Russ Grimm was inducted a few years ago, but you could argue that Jacoby was more indispensable. Grimm was know to miss a lot of games with injury. Jacoby was more reliable and protected the blind side of the QB.

Part of the awesome Hogs. definitely should be in. 2019, if he is not a Senior nominee, should be his year.

I think the voters will get Joe Jacoby in before Alan Faneca. 2017 Should be his year. If not 2017, Steve Huchinson comes in 2018. If Jacoby doesn't get voted in for 2018, he will have to go to the senior pole.

64 Chuck Foreman

Was a great running back and exceptional receiver out of the backfield. Was Fran Tarkenton's security blanket. I would vote yes for Hall of Fame.

65 Shaun Alexander Shaun Alexander Shaun Edward Alexander is a former American football running back who played for the Seattle Seahawks and Washington Redskins of the National Football League.

Should get in Hall but will probably get in as a senior nominee.

I often hear the argument for Terrell Davis for the HOF, and I agree that he belongs. If this is the case Alexander should be considered. His career was short but he rushed for 100 career TD's. Short or long, that is a lot of touchdowns. His career included everything Davis accomplished except for the SB wins.

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66 Cornelius Bennett

I wonder if the bills had one even one of the four Super Bowls they were in if they would have had better representation. One of the players that I feel have suffered is Bennett. He was a dominating linebacker for an extended period of time. Hall worthy in my opinion.

67 Rodney Harrison

Rodney was a hard hitting safety who epitomized tough nosed defense. All time leader in sacks for a member of the secondary. Made Super Bowl appearances with the Chargers and Patriots.

68 Karl Mecklenburg

Karl was one of the most versatile and effective defensive players of the 80's. He was a leader on one of the best defenses during that time frame and he compares very well with other linebackers that are already in the HOF. Hopefully he does not have to wait until the Senior Pool.

The Senior Pool will probably determine if he gets in or not.

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69 Clinton Portis

Just not seeing the career numbers needed for HOF. Does have a HOF personality though!

70 Rick Casares

How about one of his lineman - Ted Karras?

Does anyone remember this bruising fullback? At one point he was the NFL's All-Time leading rusher. He should be remembered in the HOF.

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71 Cliff Branch

Cliff Branch was the big play receiver for two Super Bowl Champion Raider teams. It is long past due for Branch to join the elite fraternity that is the HOF.

One of the best

72 Steve Wisniewski

Steve was an All-Pro offensive lineman for the Raiders and was one of the best of his generation. his postseason accolades compare very will with other lineman already entrenched in the HOF. Tough nosed and intimidating and well respected among his peers.

73 Steve Tasker

Simply the BEST player ever at his position! He took special teams play to a different level. Just ask the guys that played against him.

I will agree that he was exceptional at his position, but there have been other special team performers that have been pretty good themselves. In fact two current players Matt Slater of the Patriots and Kenyon Rambo are both really good. Having said that Steve Tasker was close to HOF level.

74 Bruce Armstrong

Bruce was a many time Pro Bowl tackle for New England patriots. Legendary battles what Bruce Smith and Jason Taylor. Should be considered for the HOF..

75 Stanley Morgan

How many people remember Stanley Morgan. For years the the best downfield threat in the national football league. His numbers were better than Swann, Stallworth or Bob Hayes but because he played for a team that didn't win Super Bowls he has been largely forgotten. Some day should at lest get A seniors nominee. Averaged 20 yards per catch for his career!

76 Charlie Hennigan

One of the best receivers of the old AFL

77 Jim Nance

One of the best running backs of the old AFL

78 Nate Newton

If not for off field he would be in

79 Daryle Lamonica

His window of very good was not long enough but he did have a great nickname, the "Mad Bomber."

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80 Jim Plunkett

Never inducted and will never be inducted but is one of the best all time comeback stories in NFL history.

My grandpa (step grandpa) went to the same high school as him and his brother and plunkett were friends - ThePerson

Who in the world is this guy

Should be there on the strength of 2 Superbowls and one MVP

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