State Your Case: Is Randy Moss a first-ballot HOFer?

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State Your Case: Bo knows HOF

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State Your Case: Art Powell had a HOF career and a HOF life

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Patriots’ center David Andrews wasn’t wanted on draft day but Tom Brady is glad he’s always lining up in front of him.

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Rams’ general manager Les Snead is buidling an overpowering defense this offseason to have teh back of the NFL’s highest scoring offense in 2017.

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If the NFL eliminates the kickoff from pro football will the game still be football?

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Houston Antwine was as dominating a defensvie tackle in his day as Warrenn Sapp but football has forgotten him. Is it because he was a victim of AFL bias in the Hall of Fame’s early days?

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Devin McCourty and the Players Coalition are continuing their fight for social justice and they believe it all began moving forward when they took a knee to raise awareness that justice isn’t free.

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Terrell Owens’ foremr coach will be his HOF presenter. The story he will tell is of a misunderstood player who wanted to be great to prove to the world that once shunned him that he belonged.

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After 10 years with the Patriots, Ty Law left to join the New York Jets. He proved he wasn’t washed up by leading the NFL in interceptions with a career-high 10 and picking off Tom Brady with one of them.

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Kevin Greene may have been one of the best free agent values in NFL history and he did it more than once.

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When Ty Law returned to Super Bowl XXXVIII, two years after upsetting the St. Louis Rams and returning a Kurt Warner pass for a pick six touchdown and the New England Patriots’ first points in a 20-17 upset victory, he had a far different point of view on things. On today’s Talk of Fame “5 …

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Tom Brady beat Peyton Manning 11 of the 17 times he faced him, yet ESPN has declared Manning more dominant than Brady over the last 20 years. Maybe it should check the two men’s respective ring collections and then re-think that conclusion?

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Ty Law intercepted Peyton Manning three times in the 2003 AFC Championship game to break his heart and send the Patriots back to the Super Bowl. His physical play that day also changed how future defenses would be allowed to play the gaem.

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Ty Law didn’t like the Patriots’ defensive game plan for Super Bowl XXXVI so he made his feelings known. The resulting changes may have won the Patriots their first Super Bowl championship.

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George Saimes as a member of the AFL’s All-Time team and one of the two best safeties in that league’s history. He was also a member of the Buffalo Bills’ 50th Anniversary team. Yet he has been ignored by the Hall of Fame for 43 years. Why?

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Ty Law expected to beat the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XXXI even though his Patriots were heavy underdogs. He lost that game and a lot more and it wasn’t all because of Desmond Howard.

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The Bears have 27 Hall of Famers in their 98 year history. Does former All-Decade tackle Jimbo Covert deserve to be the next in line for enshrinement in Canton? And what’s happened to Texas football? It used to produce piles of NFL talent. This year it’s top choice will be a punter!

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