When the Pats drafted Drew Bledsoe in 1993, I had visions of Troy Aikman (not literally) dancing in my head. I was dreaming of a team with Super Bowl victories, hoping we would copy the Cowboys recent success, and wind up with a version of the big 3 (Aikman, Smith & Irvin). I thought we were heading that way when we drafted Bledsoe, then Curtis Martin, and then Terry Glenn. I thought that would be our big 3. Little did I know, we would match the Cowboys 3 championships in 4 years, but with a different cast and a different style of play, TEAM play instead of superstars (Though Brady is indeed a superstar). Though Bledsoe has gone on to other teams, he has put up some incredible numbers over his 13 year career. When you look at those numbers, I start to wonder, does Drew Bledsoe belong in the NFL Hall of Fame ? Though stats don't mean everything, there are QB's in the HOF with lighter stats than Bledsoe, and some of the didn't win a Super Bowl either. Here are some of his accomplishments. 43,447 yards-7th alltime 244 TD's-tied for 13th 6549 Attempts-5th alltime 3749 Completions-5th alltime 3.02 INT %- Similar to Dan Marino's 3.01 and slightly higher than Peyton manning's 3.00 I was a huge Bledsoe fan for many years, and still root for him except when he plays the Pats or Giants. I know as a Pat's fan, I still hold a slight grudge for his performance in Super Bowl XXXI, but I have to admit, I feel he belongs in the HOF, despite his not being a SB winner. His stats are actually better than Dan Fouts, and he will probably play for a couple more years, so 50000 yards passing is certainly attainable for Bledsoe. I think those kind of stats guarantee a space in the HOF for Bledsoe.