HOF Profile: Michael Strahan

Defensive statistics have come a long way since the beginnings of the NFL but they are still a strange part of the game. Offensive statistics are easily seen and can be added up by almost anyone watching as they are as simple as the amount of yards run or thrown and the variations. Defensive statistics are a little different as they are, more often than not, subjective.

HOF Profile: Derrick Brooks

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a storied history and but it has been storied for all of the wrong reasons. The start of the franchise came during the 1976 expansion as they came in at the same time as the Seattle Seahawks. The Bucs made an immediate impact when they chose their uniforms with a bright orange, some would say creamsicle, colour jersey. The new bright colours did not help them to get any wins as their first year ended with the worst record in NFL history, a failure that lasted until 2008, going 0-14.

HOF Profile: Andre Reed

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is always one of the most debated topics in football as fans continue to argue about the biggest names who have never made the hall of fame. That was true for a group of wide receivers who were considered one of the biggest groups to never be called into the Hall of Fame. The group included Cris Carter, Tim Brown, and Andre Reed who were all considered some of the best receivers of their time.

HOF Profile: Walter Jones

The foundation of a good team can be drawn back to any number of positions based on the biases of who is speaking. Some say that with the passing game in the NFL that it is the quarterback while others list off a number of defensive positons, citing that Defence wins championships. There is one position that does not have the same glory but is widely considered one of the most important positions on the field, the left tackle.

HOF Profile: Aeneas Williams

In the 1990s the game was changing in the NFL as the shift that has now taken over the NFL was beginning to take shape. Before the 1990s the league remained a running back driven league with teams looking to take over on the ground. In the 1990s it was still running back driven but all of a sudden new quarterbacks that could take over a game were coming into focus. Pivots like Brett Favre, Dan Marino, Troy Aikman, Warren Moon, and Steve Young were taking over the game and showing what a good quarterback can bring to a team

HOF Profile: Claude Humphrey

The Pro Football Hall of Fame will add another set of great players to the busts in Canton this year with the Class of 2014. As always there will be plenty of stories behind these hall of famers with many sitting as unknowns to a new generation of fans. There are the superstars that will make it in with little wait time and those who have been waiting for a long time to get into the hall.

2014 Hall of Fame Preview

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is not known as one of the most exclusive Hall of Fames in the world as the classes continue to be large. The Pro Football Hall of Fame continues to grow by wide margins. 5-6 players continue to make it in every year but every year it becomes harder to say that some players don’t deserve it. A new era is coming in the Hall of Fame as there seems to be more stars than ever up for election to the Hall of Fame.

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