Currently, the Pats induct one new member every year. This year it is Troy Brown. IMO, The Pats need to induct more than one player per year. If they continue doing that, there will be a lot of players that should be in that will be passed over. In fact, the qualifications should be changed slightly, as follows. One inductee from the era 1960-1979. One inductee from the era 1980-1999 One inductee from the era 2000 - eligibility year. That way there will be players that are deserving, from earlier eras, that will not be passed over by the selection of players from more recent eras. For example, the year that Tom Brady and others from the current era get inducted, there will be several players from earlier eras that will not get inducted under the one per year guideline, and that is wrong. Open it up as I have suggested.