PFHOF Profile: Tim Brown

The Pro Football Hall of Fame has always had their long debate over who should and who shouldn’t be in the hall.

PFHOF Profile: Will Shields

There is a theme among the two lineman selected as a part of the Class of 2015 in the Pro Football Hall of Fame this year, toughness.

PFHOF Profile: Ron Wolf

The builder category is an interesting group of people as executives can at one moment be a hero or at another moment be the enemy.

PFHOF Profile: Bill Polian

Much like the senior nominees in the Hall of Fame executives have their own committee to evaluate if they belong.

PFHOF Profile: Mick Tingelhoff

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is not the toughest hall to get into as classes usually run around five people every year.

Pro Football Hall of Fame Preview

As the Super Bowl approaches with the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks looking to finish off another NFL season with a win. As these teams prepare to become the next Super Bowl Champion some time is taken to reflect on the past as the Pro Football Hall of Fame decides on their new class. Super Bowl weekend is a celebration of the sport as the biggest show in North American sports highlights the look back to the NFL and the people that got them to this point.

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: Ray Guy

It has finally happened, a kicker has made the Hall of Fame for the first time in the history of the NFL. Appropriately the man to lead as the first ever kicker in the hall is possibly the greatest kicker in the history of the NFL. It is another step towards kickers getting respect in a game that sees them as secondary. Kickers have always been a different part of the NFL, sitting on the outside of the game and being seen as less than football players.

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