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    First-year HOF candidates

    First-Year Hall Candidates

    [U]Tiki Barber[/U], RB N.Y. Giants, 1997-06
    [U]Drew Bledsoe[/U], QB New England, 1993-01; Buffalo 2002-04; Dallas, 2005-06
    [U]Bill Cowher[/U], coach Pittsburgh, 1992-06
    [U]Stephen Davis[/U], RB Washington, 1996-02; Carolina, 2003-05; St. Louis, 2006
    [U]Keyshawn Johnson[/U], WR N.Y. Jets, 1996-99; Tampa Bay, 2000-03; Dallas, 2004-05; Carolina, 2006
    [U]Bill Parcells[/U], coach N.Y. Giants, 1983-90; New England, 1993-96; N.Y. Jets, 1997-99; Dallas, 2003-06
    [U]Marty Schottenheimer[/U], coach Cleveland, 1984-88; Kansas City, 1989-98; Washington, 2001; San Diego, 2002-06
    [U]Will Shields[/U], G Kansas City, 1993-06
    [U]Rod Smith[/U], WR Denver, 1995-06
    [U]Troy Vincent[/U], DB Miami, 1992-95; Philadelphia, 1996-03; Buffalo, 2004-06; Washington, 2006
    [U]Mike Vanderjagt[/U], PK Indianapolis, 1998-06

    I say Parcells is the only one that gets in. Maybe Shields at some point.

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    stephen davis and rod smith?? really? Were they even all-pros?

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    This list looks blah to me. Parcells is the only sure bet. Will Shields shouldnt be too far behind.

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    [QUOTE=escamoter2;4165677]First-Year Hall Candidates

    [U]Tiki Barber[/U], RB N.Y. Giants, 1997-06
    [U]Drew Bledsoe[/U], QB New England, 1993-01; Buffalo 2002-04; Dallas, 2005-06
    [U]Bill Cowher[/U], coach Pittsburgh, 1992-06
    [U]Stephen Davis[/U], RB Washington, 1996-02; Carolina, 2003-05; St. Louis, 2006
    [U]Keyshawn Johnson[/U], WR N.Y. Jets, 1996-99; Tampa Bay, 2000-03; Dallas, 2004-05; Carolina, 2006
    [U]Bill Parcells[/U], coach N.Y. Giants, 1983-90; New England, 1993-96; N.Y. Jets, 1997-99; Dallas, 2003-06
    [U]Marty Schottenheimer[/U], coach Cleveland, 1984-88; Kansas City, 1989-98; Washington, 2001; San Diego, 2002-06
    [U]Will Shields[/U], G Kansas City, 1993-06
    [U]Rod Smith[/U], WR Denver, 1995-06
    [U]Troy Vincent[/U], DB Miami, 1992-95; Philadelphia, 1996-03; Buffalo, 2004-06; Washington, 2006
    [U]Mike Vanderjagt[/U], PK Indianapolis, 1998-06

    I say Parcells is the only one that gets in. Maybe Shields at some point.[/QUOTE]

    Parcells this year
    Marty Schottenheimer in a few years

    The Rest can forget it....

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    [QUOTE=escamoter2;4165677]First-Year Hall Candidates

    [U]Tiki Barber[/U], RB N.Y. Giants, 1997-06
    [U]Drew Bledsoe[/U], QB New England, 1993-01; Buffalo 2002-04; Dallas, 2005-06
    [U]Bill Cowher[/U], coach Pittsburgh, 1992-06
    [U]Stephen Davis[/U], RB Washington, 1996-02; Carolina, 2003-05; St. Louis, 2006
    [U]Keyshawn Johnson[/U], WR N.Y. Jets, 1996-99; Tampa Bay, 2000-03; Dallas, 2004-05; Carolina, 2006
    [U]Bill Parcells[/U], coach N.Y. Giants, 1983-90; New England, 1993-96; N.Y. Jets, 1997-99; Dallas, 2003-06
    [U]Marty Schottenheimer[/U], coach Cleveland, 1984-88; Kansas City, 1989-98; Washington, 2001; San Diego, 2002-06
    [U]Will Shields[/U], G Kansas City, 1993-06
    [U]Rod Smith[/U], WR Denver, 1995-06
    [U]Troy Vincent[/U], DB Miami, 1992-95; Philadelphia, 1996-03; Buffalo, 2004-06; Washington, 2006
    [U]Mike Vanderjagt[/U], PK Indianapolis, 1998-06

    I say Parcells is the only one that gets in. Maybe Shields at some point.[/QUOTE]

    What a weak class, wow

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    Really weak class. Parcells should make it definitely. Shields maybe one day. Tiki did not play long enough at a high level. Some of the guys on the list were never really elite players.

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    [QUOTE=escamoter2;4165677]First-Year Hall Candidates

    [U]Tiki Barber[/U], RB N.Y. Giants, 1997-06
    [U]Drew Bledsoe[/U], QB New England, 1993-01; Buffalo 2002-04; Dallas, 2005-06
    [U]Bill Cowher[/U], coach Pittsburgh, 1992-06
    [U][/U], RB Washington, 1996-02; Carolina, 2003-05; St. Louis, 2006
    [U]Keyshawn Johnson[/U], WR N.Y. Jets, 1996-99; Tampa Bay, 2000-03; Dallas, 2004-05; Carolina, 2006
    [U]Bill Parcells[/U], coach N.Y. Giants, 1983-90; New England, 1993-96; N.Y. Jets, 1997-99; Dallas, 2003-06
    [U]Marty Schottenheimer[/U], coach Cleveland, 1984-88; Kansas City, 1989-98; Washington, 2001; San Diego, 2002-06
    [U]Will Shields[/U], G Kansas City, 1993-06
    [U]Rod Smith[/U], WR Denver, 1995-06
    [U]Troy Vincent[/U], DB Miami, 1992-95; Philadelphia, 1996-03; Buffalo, 2004-06; Washington, 2006
    [U]Mike Vanderjagt[/U], PK Indianapolis, 1998-06

    I say Parcells is the only one that gets in. Maybe Shields at some point.[/QUOTE]

    Will Shields 12 Pro bowls 2 all pro (best bet)
    Troy Vincent 5 pro bowls 1 all pro
    Rod Smith 3 pro bowls
    Stephen Davis 3 pro bowls
    Tiki Barber 3 pro bowls 1 all pro
    Drew Bledsoe 4 pro bowls
    KJ 3 pro bowls

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    Tiki is going to make it, then have to decline because the Pats are going to sign him to a mega 4 year deal.

    How is the greatest player at his position not in the HOF? :huh:

    They'll probably put Ray Guy in posthumously.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;4165741]Tiki is going to make it, then have to decline because the Pats are going to sign him to a mega 4 year deal.

    How is the greatest player at his position not in the HOF? :huh:

    They'll probably put Ray Guy in posthumously.

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    Did you know Tiki's full name is Atiim Kiambu Barber?? His brother is Jamael Oronde Barber.. :yes:

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    Mike freaking Vanderjagt???? What is his claim to fame? His accurracy? Didn't he have a meltdown in the playoffs or in a big spot one year? Might as well make room for Nate Kaeding...

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    maybe this is the year they find room for Klecko?

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    Coaches: Only Cowher deserves to make it. Parcell will probably make it b/c NY media loves him. Shottenheimer – no shot.

    The Above Average: Tiki Barber, Drew Bledsoe, Stephen Davis, Rod Smith, Troy Vincent, and Will Shields

    The Average Player with Big Mouth (aka the “Ochocinco”): Keyshawn Johnson. Until Drew Pearson makes it in the HOF, this guy has ZERO shot.

    Great, but plays the wrong position: Mike Vanderjagt – kickers have a hard time making it in. Given his issues with teammates, he won’t make it. Probably should.

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    [QUOTE=Digetydog;4165842]Coaches: Only Cowher deserves to make it. Parcell will probably make it b/c NY media loves him. Shottenheimer – no shot.

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    Not sure how Cowher deserves it and Parcells doesn't.

    He won 2 SB and went to another, had a much higher winning percentage then BC, turned around a bunch of franchises including ours.

    Not saying Cowher doesn't, but love him or hate him, BP absolutley does deserve to be in the HOF, notwithstanding what he did to the Jets at the end.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;4165855]Not sure how Cowher deserves it and Parcells doesn't.

    He won 2 SB and went to another, had a much higher winning percentage then BC, turned around a bunch of franchises including ours.

    Not saying Cowher doesn't, but love him or hate him, BP absolutley does deserve to be in the HOF, notwithstanding what he did to the Jets at the end.

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    Parcells will make it as soon as this year.

    Cowher will make it eventually.

    BTW..Cowher (.623) had a much greater winning pct than Parcells (.570)

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    Parcells took a bad Giants team and won two super bowls, he took the Pats, who were awful to the super bowl in less than 3 years, he took the Jets, who were awful to the AFC championship game and he also turned around the Cowboys. To do that with 4 different teams says a lot about his coaching. Cowher didn't do that. Cowher is a great coach but not better than Parcells. Only reason Cowher has higher winning percentage is because Parcells took over crap teams turned them around.

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    [QUOTE=Savage69;4165749]Did you know Tiki's full name is Atiim Kiambu Barber?? His brother is Jamael Oronde Barber.. :yes:[/QUOTE]

    Did you know that Tiki Barber is overrated? LOL What's the difference between him and Ricky Waters? I think Ricky Waters did the same things Tiki did, but in less years.

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    [QUOTE=escamoter2;4165916]Did you know that Tiki Barber is overrated? LOL What's the difference between him and Ricky Waters? I think Ricky Waters did the same things Tiki did, but in less years.[/QUOTE]

    Tiki was the best back in NY from 02-06 overrated or not..:yes:

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    Tuna and Shields,and that's it. The rest of them are a joke. Is this a "Saturday Night Live " skit?

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    [QUOTE=SlickBri481;4165735]Really weak class. Parcells should make it definitely. Shields maybe one day. Tiki did not play long enough at a high level. Some of the guys on the list were never really elite players.[/QUOTE]

    if tiki gets in before joe klecko or curtis martin im gonna end up bustin' a vein!!!!
    :steamin:

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