Originally Posted by Double Barrel
Spencer Tillman said that AJ is the ONLY
player in NFL history to have 20 games of 10+ catches and 100+ yards.
And he is only one of two players in history to have 10 games of 10+ catches and 150+ yards. The other WR is Jerry Rice, who caught the majority of his passes from HoF QBs Joe Montana and Steve Young. AJ, meanwhile, has hit the milestones with guys like David Carr, Tony Banks, Sage Rosenfels, Matt Schaub, TJ Yates, and Case Keenum.
AJ is building a solid case for a HoF career, and he's still going strong!
I don't think they handicap HoF voting by the quality of talent around a player, do they?
If AJ can play another 2-3 years at a high level, he'll have every stat needed but TD receptions. That will always be a knock against him, especially since he's spent his entire career in the pass-happy era.