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 Post subject: Re: Will he be a Hall of Famer?
PostPosted: Sun August 13, 2017 5:43 pm 
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MattA75 wrote:
run2death wrote:
Monkey_Driven wrote:
jwfocker wrote:
TO should be in the hall of fame.

Randy should be first ballot hall of fame no question.


I whole heartily agree about Moss.


Statistically, Moss is the second best wide receiver ever. He's a first ballot guy for sure.

TO will get in this time.

I really hope Urlacher doesn't get in on first ballot.

One of the most overrated players in NFL history.

~1,300 total tackles, just 41.5 sacks and only created 34 turnovers

I'm not saying he was bad, he was pretty good. But people talk about him like he was a fucking god.


Urlacher is one of the most over-rated players of the last 25-30 years

I think folks had to explain how the Bears made it to the Super Bowl somehow.


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 Post subject: Re: Will he be a Hall of Famer?
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spike wrote:
I think folks had to explain how the Bears made it to the Super Bowl somehow.
2006 really was the peak of NFC suckage in that decade. The rest of the playoff field from that side was two 10-6 teams, two 9-7 teams, and an 8-8 team.


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 Post subject: Re: Will he be a Hall of Famer?
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Green Habit wrote:
spike wrote:
I think folks had to explain how the Bears made it to the Super Bowl somehow.
2006 really was the peak of NFC suckage in that decade. The rest of the playoff field from that side was two 10-6 teams, two 9-7 teams, and an 8-8 team.


The other side of that is the only reason Peyton Manning won a ring at all in his prime years was because he got to play a team whose quarterback was Rex Grossman :lol: :haha:


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