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Old 11-18-2013   #98
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Default Re: Realistically, is AJ going to the hall of fame??

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Originally Posted by eriadoc View Post
Look at all the WRs in front of him that are either not in the HOF, or had to wait a very long time (Monk). Cris Carter was kind of a no brainer and he still had to wait a while.
AJ is not done yet. By the time he is he may very well have only one player in front of him.

Cris Carter was for from a no brainer. In a 15 year career he was the leading WR on his team only 5 times and 3 of those were 962, 681 & 1071 yds.

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Originally Posted by The1ApplePie View Post
AJ will have a tough uphill battle with Moss and TO ahead of him, though maybe the Hall will be more generous with receivers in the next decade or so.
Folks always leave Marvin Harrison off. He'll be up next year for the 1st time.

That is a pair of dogs with flea infestations. If WRs are left waiting around for years, my bet is on them. Both of them were on 5 teams as a result of all the antics.

I think when AJ comes up Harrison will have gotten in and Moss & TO will be cooling their heels.

Reggie Wayne will be the only other guy in the discussion and now we'll have to see how he rebounds. .

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Originally Posted by Texecutioner View Post
Everyone keep talking about the QB's, but the biggest thing that has plagued AJ's career as far as I'm concerned is Capers/Palmer and Kubiak.
Maybe so but imagine this as a sales job by John McClain. He can quantify years with pro bowlers or all pros as QB and there is a clear connection between QB & WR. Coaching isn't going to be as easy to quantify or sell.
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