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So pathetic that Ricky Watters is 7 and Roger Craig isn't even going to make the list.

BTW..

10 - Kenny Anderson

9 - Steve Tasker

8 - Alex Karras

7 - Ricky Watters

6 - Ken Stabler

5 - Andre Reed

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Joe, if Kerry Rhodes isn't in the Top-5 I'm going to flip out.

You have to have to be at least 6 years away from your last NFL game to make the list.

One day, Kerry will be there, first ballot, definitely. :Typotux:

I'm actually thinking of adding a Titans of NY Kerry jersey to my Kerry Rhodes jersey collection. (It's big. I have a white one. :))

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You have to have to be at least 6 years away from your last NFL game to make the list.

One day, Kerry will be there, first ballot, definitely. :Typotux:

I'm actually thinking of adding a Titans of NY Kerry jersey to my Kerry Rhodes jersey collection. (It's big. I have a white one. :))

What are you going to do when Rex trades him to Cleveland for Braylon Edwards? :D

GOD I would do that trade in a millisecond.

Interesting topic, btw. Good pickup Ryno.

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What are you going to do when Rex trades him to Cleveland for Braylon Edwards? :D

GOD I would do that trade in a millisecond.

Interesting topic, btw. Good pickup Ryno.

I go where Kerry Rhodes goes!

Mike Nugent was always 1B to Kerry Rhodes!

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Stabler is never getting in because he paled around with SOuthern bookies. If you

watched his last few seasons it's entirely plausible he purposely tanked a few games.

I love Klecko. If only he had stayed healthy for a serious playoff run in 1986, he'd be enshrined.

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So pathetic that Ricky Watters is 7 and Roger Craig isn't even going to make the list.

BTW..

10 - Kenny Anderson

9 - Steve Tasker

8 - Alex Karras

7 - Ricky Watters

6 - Ken Stabler

5 - Andre Reed

Ken, both Stabler and Anderson justly deserve to be in the HoF.

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Stabler is never getting in because he paled around with SOuthern bookies. If you

watched his last few seasons it's entirely plausible he purposely tanked a few games.

namath had a file opened up on him by the FBI

hoover and nixon thought he was throwing games for sure

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I thought Klecko should be on the list for sure and Gasteneau maybe too. I also thought putting Chris Carter on there so high was a little questionable. He was never "great" without a HOF'r on the other side of him and he just missed it by a year or two....no big deal as he will get in eventually.

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I thought Klecko should be on the list for sure and Gasteneau maybe too. I also thought putting Chris Carter on there so high was a little questionable. He was never "great" without a HOF'r on the other side of him and he just missed it by a year or two....no big deal as he will get in eventually.

Jake Reed was a HOfer?

I do agree, though. People like Sharpe and Carter that have only been passed over a couple times should not have been on the list.

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Jake Reed was a HOfer?

I do agree, though. People like Sharpe and Carter that have only been passed over a couple times should not have been on the list.

Jake Reed was only for a few years. Carter accumulated most of his impressive stats with Moss on the other side of him, and playing indoors. He was a great WR, no doubt. Just not a first ballot HOF'r. Hence the reason he should not have been on this list.

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Jake Reed was only for a few years. Carter accumulated most of his impressive stats with Moss on the other side of him, and playing indoors. He was a great WR, no doubt. Just not a first ballot HOF'r. Hence the reason he should not have been on this list.

Carter was definitely a complementary player.

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Jake Reed was only for a few years. Carter accumulated most of his impressive stats with Moss on the other side of him, and playing indoors. He was a great WR, no doubt. Just not a first ballot HOF'r. Hence the reason he should not have been on this list.

Moss didn't get there until 1998.

1993: 86 rec, 1,071 yds, 9 TDs

1994: 122 rec, 1,256 yds, 7 TDs

1995: 122 rec, 1,371, 17 TDs

1996: 96 rec, 1,163 yds, 10 TDs

1997: 89 rec, 1,069 yds, 13 TDs

In the five years prior to Moss' arrival, Carter's per season averages were 103 catches for 1,186 yards and 11 touchdowns.

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