Another appeal to put Kent Hull on Hall-of-Fame’s short list


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When the Buffalo Bills went to four straight Super Bowls, guys like Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas, Andre Reed and James Lofton were stars who made that offense one of the most productive and explosive in the NFL. And everyone knew it — one reason all four are in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

But center Kent Hull, who was a foundation of that unit, made it go, too. But because he didn’t play a glamorous position he’s not in Canton, and on the anniversary Wednesday of what would have been Hull’s 55th birthday, Ryan Talbot of the Buffalo Football Report wants to know why.

So he wrote about it, and his story is informative, persuasive and here for you to digest:

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1 Comment

  1. Mike avolio
    January 14, 2016

    I agree Hull is Hall of Famer…

    Football should allow more deserving players in the Hall, the beauratic process is the most ridiculous on all of sports.

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