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  • #91
    Originally posted by Mainrnxile View Post
    Congratulations to TD. Personally, I don't think he should have it - but it's not a huge head scratching moment.

    That he was selected over TO on the other hand is a pretty egregious failure for the HoF committee.

    Owens was good, but as good as he was he was dumped by 3 teams during his prime because he was a cancer to those teams. Plus it's notoriously tough for WRs to get into Canton, look at Cris Carter to see that. Eventually Owens will get in, but I think he's going to wait a few years.

    Next year Randy Moss is eligible (I believe) their resumes are very similar, it'll be interesting to see if both wait next year or if the let Owens in and make Moss wait another year?

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    • #92
      Originally posted by Butler By'Note View Post
      Owens was good, but as good as he was he was dumped by 3 teams during his prime because he was a cancer to those teams. Plus it's notoriously tough for WRs to get into Canton, look at Cris Carter to see that. Eventually Owens will get in, but I think he's going to wait a few years.

      Next year Randy Moss is eligible (I believe) their resumes are very similar, it'll be interesting to see if both wait next year or if the let Owens in and make Moss wait another year?
      Moss and Owens are 2 and 3 ( behind Jerry Rice) in a majority of WR categories. Both are significantly better then Cris Carter. It'll be interesting to see how this unfolds.

      You're right about TO being a cancer in clubhouse - but when it was time to lace em up, he typically delivered. WR being divas isn't a new development. He should be in.

      Btw - good post!

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