|Ok who do you think is long over do for the nfl hall fame that hasn't been made it yet coach and player?|
ok I'm not sure about any coaches tell me if I'm wrong, but I think all the good one's are in there
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Art Monk belongs. John Taylor w/ the Niners. Lastly, Buddy Ryan due to his vaunted 46 defense he came up w/...
Chuck Howley from the cowboys was Super Bowl MVP all pro several times, dominated games, has better stats than many in the hall. Whats up?
Archie Manning :D
Fuzzy Thurston and Jerry Kraemer.
Howley, Cliff Harris, and Charlie Waters all belong. I also think Billy Sims belongs. He played just about as much as Gayle Sayers did and was fantastic! He was the only one I ever saw actually hurdle both lines into the end zone!
Look ART MONK is without a doubt the second best wide receiver of all time. His era just happened to overlap the great Jerry Rice. Check the numbers and you will know I am right.
barry saunders (detroit lions ) after all the screwing the lions gave him,,, damn one of the best RB's of all times
Detroit Lion OT Lomas Brown. He was a perennial pro bowler and anchored the line for years.
Many of the cowboys of the1960s and 1970s Pearson,Harris,Bob Hayes,Don Meredith,Chuck Howley,Lee Roy JOrdan.
I agree, Barry Sanders was Magic...he definatelly deserves a place in the HOF!
Hey guys Barry Sanders is a Hall of Famer. The one for me that should of been a lock is Art Monk as stated before my answer he is the second best receiver to play the game, the only person better is Jerry Rice. My other one is Darrell Green, this guy was one of the best players in the NFL for over 15 years. He is my favorite cornerback of all time I would rather have Mr. Green than Deon Sanders.
Well for the guy who said Archie, I hope you're joking cause he never made it in the NFL. Barry Saunders. Best RB EVER!