There can be little argument that Peyton Manning, should he retire tomorrow, would be a first-ballot inductee into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. His skill and prowess at the quarterback position are legendary, and he has a Super Bowl victory on his resumé. Yet, in a season where he was winning a second world championship while Peyton never set foot on the field, most fans would still say that Eli Manning has not eclipsed the accomplishments of his older brother.
For any NFL player, reaching the Hall of Fame represents the highest culmination of achievement one could hope for. Many fans and analysts measure success by wins and rings, but in reality, being elected to the Hall validates a play... Read Post
No one scored more touchdowns in NFL history than receiver Jerry Rice. But one man scored twice as many points: kicker Morten Andersen. Sure, that’s an apples-to-oranges comparison. But that’s what the Pro Football Hall of Fame is a... Read Post
For the first time in the process, Jimmy Johnson will have his name bandied in a room full of Pro Football Hall of Fame voters. He faces long odds as a first-timer on the ballot. He is one of three coaches up for discussion with Don... Read Post