Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by Joey007, Nov 20, 2018.
Sure, and reche Caldwell.
...and Coryell is happy.
Allen was a little before my time but I very much remember the 80s Chargers.
No question both were innovative, great coaches. Just not sure about HoF.
How was Ward even nominated? Great gritty player and I’d love to have him but c’mon lol. No way he’s better than Rodney.
The 3rd quote, implying that the reason that Dingy Tony was elected so quickly to the HOF was due to his ties to the Sh!tsdirt Stealers & Indy Clots - while certainly not hurting his chances - is not, of course, the Real Reason.
What would that be? Media darling?
I think both will have to wait a while if they get in at all. Edge was never known as the best running back in football compared to his peers, and he only averaged 4+ YPC just 7 times in his 11 year career.
Dillon IMO had a cancerous reputation in the Cin locker room before he came here and that hurts his case unfortunately. I think that kind of stuff matters to people - hence a popular Bettis getting in even though his numbers don't warrant it. If Dillon was a Patriot for his whole career he would be a lock IMO.
Agreed. That doesn't help. Neither does his injuries nor his PED suspension.
Wait for Polamalu to get in first. Ridiculous.
That is not where I was going with it.
I’m not quite saying Corey should be a HOF’er either. Just that it’s befuddling to me that Edge gets all this glory, when he really wasn’t any better than Dillon was.
Being a media darling - again, while certainly not hurting his chances - isn't the Real Reason.
I think Shotsie should get in for no other reason than losing his job after a 14-2 season and never being hired again. The list of mediocre to awful head coaches that were hired after his final San Diego stint would fill the Manhattan phone directory.
I think he was coaching semi-pro until recently. I think he has Alzheimer's now.
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