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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by escamoter2 View Post
    First-Year Hall Candidates

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

    I say Parcells is the only one that gets in. Maybe Shields at some point.
    I can't believe Joe Klecko is snubbed again. He is a lot more deserving than almost every name on this list. This list is a joke!

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    This is the First Year Candidates not the final list
    Not sure if either Bill makes it this year
    NFL doesn't want HOF coaches coaching it wants everyone to be retired for good. Shield could possible make the final cut but off my head others probably before him. Did Willie Roaf make it yet?

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    Both Bill's make it. By the way. Ketshawn Johnson's numbers are as good or better than half the receivers in HOF. The only thing lacking is the rings.
    Michael Irvin=Keyshawn Johnson in numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage69 View Post
    No way Tiki gets in I would vote for Martin over Tiki..
    I agree. I do not think either deserves to be in. At least we got beyond that "first ballot HOF lock" nonsense last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROPE View Post
    Both Bill's make it. By the way. Ketshawn Johnson's numbers are as good or better than half the receivers in HOF. The only thing lacking is the rings.
    Michael Irvin=Keyshawn Johnson in numbers.

    Stanley Morgan's numbers are better than Keyshawn's and he's not in. Nothing is a lock.

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    Curtis Martin is a stone cold lock. Bettis is odds on. Agree with poster who said Parcells has come back one too many times to be voted in yet - need to be really retired. Cowher is way overrated and doesn't belong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by escamoter2 View Post
    First-Year Hall Candidates

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

    I say Parcells is the only one that gets in. Maybe Shields at some point.
    First-Ballot:
    Bill Cowher, Steelers
    Bill Parcells, Giants
    Will Shields, Chiefs

    Will Get in Eventually:
    Marty Schottenheimer, Chiefs
    Rod Smith, Broncos

    Take them off the list, you're embarassing me:
    Tiki Barber, Giants
    Drew Bledsoe, Patriots
    Stephen Davis, Redskins
    Keyshawn Johnson, Bucs
    Troy Vincent, Eagles
    Mike Vanderjagt, Colts

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