Which numbers do you think should be retired, in order of most deserving? And if we scrap the retired numbers on account of not having enough left, then it could be, who should make the Patriots Hall of Fame, in which order? I believe, for one, you get a better chance if you stay with the team. My list. First, put a sleeveless hoodie next to the retired numbers. 1. Tom Brady. And we should also retire #s 10, 11, 13, and 14, just because they are in the vicinity of #12. 2. Troy Brown. Far from the greatest player in Patriots history, but maybe the most selfless, versatile, clutch, and appreciated. 3. Richard Seymour. The anchor the dynastic defense... likely going to Canton. 4. Tedy Bruschi. Represents all the good of the team. Tough, modest, better player than his statistics. 5. Rodney Harrison. The HGH scandal tarnishes his image, but what a true Patriot. Great leader, great player. 6. Mike Vrabel. See Tedy Bruschi. 7. Willie McGinest. All-time NFL leader in post-season stats. I wouldn't be surprised if we see him wearing the blue and silver again before he retires. 8. Adam Vinatieri. You can't talk about 3 Super Bowl wins without mentioning #4. But because of his bitter departure, they might not retire it. 9. Ty Law. Was the best corner if football, and huge in Super Bowl 36. 10. Randy Moss. Yeah, it's really early, but he's already done more than most have accomplished in years. Give him 4 years in New England and he'll be remembered for all-time as the greatest receiver in Pats' history. His name is ALREADY in the record books in several categories, and his presence this year has had a historical impact. I don't want to be the Yankees and want to retire every number, but putting him on here is just a tribute to how incredible he has been, and hopefully, will continue to be. Honorable Mentions: Kevin Faulk, Larry Izzo, Matt Light, Dan Koppen Am I missing anyone?