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How many HOFers were on the 1999 Rams? (1 Viewer)

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Marshall Faulk

Tory Holt

Orlando Pace

They seem like locks. Here are a list of guys I've heard some like and others don't. I'm not sure myself on some of them.

Adam Timmerman?

Isaac Bruce?

London Fletcher?

Kurt Warner?

**** Vermiel?

 
Bruce and Warner are borderline. Holt is borderline, too, but I think he's got a slightly better chance than both. Timmerman and Fletcher aren't even close.

Vermeil is a likeable guy, but I doubt he gets much attention, either. I'd say 3.5 is a pretty reasonable over/under on the number of HOFs from that team.

 
How many kickers make the hall? possibly Jeff Wilkins from that group too

I would say Bruce and Warner from the additional bunch have the best chance to make it (eventually)

If you want to expand , and put the 2003 team on your list I would say Aneas Williams has a good shot,too.

 
Faulk and Pace definitely. Warner possibly, maybe eventually. Bruce and Holt maybe eventually.

 
How many kickers make the hall? possibly Jeff Wilkins from that group tooI would say Bruce and Warner from the additional bunch have the best chance to make it (eventually)If you want to expand , and put the 2003 team on your list I would say Aneas Williams has a good shot,too.
Only one kicker is in the Hall, Jan Stenerud.
 
Bruce and Warner are borderline. Holt is borderline, too, but I think he's got a slightly better chance than both. Timmerman and Fletcher aren't even close.Vermeil is a likeable guy, but I doubt he gets much attention, either. I'd say 3.5 is a pretty reasonable over/under on the number of HOFs from that team.
In Timmerman's case, he helped anchor 4 super bowl offensive lines. I think he and Frank Winters were the two top linemen on the Packers teams and he and Pace were the two top linemen on the Rams teams.Fletcher I guess is the hall of pretty good.Vermiel has coached in 3 super bowls and is one of only 4 head coaches to take two different franchises to the super bowl and win at least once. The other three are Don Shula, Bill Parcells, and Mike Holmgren.
 
Pace and Faulk should be locks, Holt needs another few good years [needs to shake off the injury bug and a decline of late], and Bruce and Warner are borderline. Bruce is a victim of a prolific era for receivers. I could see him getting in down the road, a la Harry Carson, but don't see him getting love immediately.

 
Bruce and Warner are borderline. Holt is borderline, too, but I think he's got a slightly better chance than both. Timmerman and Fletcher aren't even close.Vermeil is a likeable guy, but I doubt he gets much attention, either. I'd say 3.5 is a pretty reasonable over/under on the number of HOFs from that team.
In Timmerman's case, he helped anchor 4 super bowl offensive lines. I think he and Frank Winters were the two top linemen on the Packers teams and he and Pace were the two top linemen on the Rams teams.Fletcher I guess is the hall of pretty good.Vermiel has coached in 3 super bowls and is one of only 4 head coaches to take two different franchises to the super bowl and win at least once. The other three are Don Shula, Bill Parcells, and Mike Holmgren.
Vermeil is barely .500 for his career. I don't think he's going to come close. Timmerman needs about 8 more pro bowls.
 
Vermiel has coached in 3 super bowls and is one of only 4 head coaches to take two different franchises to the super bowl and win at least once. The other three are Don Shula, Bill Parcells, and Mike Holmgren.
I count 2 SB appearances by Vermeil. 80 and 99. 01 was Martz.As for the thread, I think Pace, Faulk, Warner, Holt, and Bruce will all make it in eventually.
 
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Bruce and Warner are borderline. Holt is borderline, too, but I think he's got a slightly better chance than both. Timmerman and Fletcher aren't even close.Vermeil is a likeable guy, but I doubt he gets much attention, either. I'd say 3.5 is a pretty reasonable over/under on the number of HOFs from that team.
In Timmerman's case, he helped anchor 4 super bowl offensive lines. I think he and Frank Winters were the two top linemen on the Packers teams and he and Pace were the two top linemen on the Rams teams.Fletcher I guess is the hall of pretty good.Vermiel has coached in 3 super bowls and is one of only 4 head coaches to take two different franchises to the super bowl and win at least once. The other three are Don Shula, Bill Parcells, and Mike Holmgren.
Vermeil is barely .500 for his career. I don't think he's going to come close. Timmerman needs about 8 more pro bowls.
Yah I forgot Martz coached the 2001 team. Doesn't change the stat however. And I think that's where the argument comes in. Are regular season accomplishments more important than postseason ones? Some people say no. That's why a guy like Vermiel gets mentioned.
 
And I think that's where the argument comes in. Are regular season accomplishments more important than postseason ones? Some people say no. That's why a guy like Vermiel gets mentioned.
Vermeil ranks 26th in regular season wins, 68th in regular season winning percentage, and 24th in postseason wins.I doubt he will ever make it to the final grouping of candidates. Not enough compared to his peers. Sure, he developed a great system but there are so many other coaches with more to offer that I can't see him getting much consideration.
 
And I think that's where the argument comes in. Are regular season accomplishments more important than postseason ones? Some people say no. That's why a guy like Vermiel gets mentioned.
Vermeil ranks 26th in regular season wins, 68th in regular season winning percentage, and 24th in postseason wins.I doubt he will ever make it to the final grouping of candidates. Not enough compared to his peers. Sure, he developed a great system but there are so many other coaches with more to offer that I can't see him getting much consideration.
But he did develop two completely different teams in two completely different eras into super bowl teams, which some may see as more important than simply how many games he won or lost.
 
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Vermiel has coached in 3 super bowls and is one of only 4 head coaches to take two different franchises to the super bowl and win at least once. The other three are Don Shula, Bill Parcells, and Mike Holmgren.
I count 2 SB appearances by Vermeil. 80 and 99. 01 was Martz.As for the thread, I think Pace, Faulk, Warner, Holt, and Bruce will all make it in eventually.
Faulk and Bruce. Pace I'm on the fence about. The rest, let's see how the rest of their career pans out.
 
Vermiel has coached in 3 super bowls and is one of only 4 head coaches to take two different franchises to the super bowl and win at least once. The other three are Don Shula, Bill Parcells, and Mike Holmgren.
I count 2 SB appearances by Vermeil. 80 and 99. 01 was Martz.As for the thread, I think Pace, Faulk, Warner, Holt, and Bruce will all make it in eventually.
Faulk and Bruce. Pace I'm on the fence about. The rest, let's see how the rest of their career pans out.
Through age 32, Holt #1 alltime in receptions. #3 in receiving yards. 13th in receiving TD. Already 10th in career receptions and 14th in career yardage. I'm guessing he would have to try hard to not get in.
 
Vermiel has coached in 3 super bowls and is one of only 4 head coaches to take two different franchises to the super bowl and win at least once. The other three are Don Shula, Bill Parcells, and Mike Holmgren.
I count 2 SB appearances by Vermeil. 80 and 99. 01 was Martz.As for the thread, I think Pace, Faulk, Warner, Holt, and Bruce will all make it in eventually.
Faulk and Bruce. Pace I'm on the fence about. The rest, let's see how the rest of their career pans out.
Through age 32, Holt #1 alltime in receptions. #3 in receiving yards. 13th in receiving TD. Already 10th in career receptions and 14th in career yardage. I'm guessing he would have to try hard to not get in.
You're completely right, and that's what I get for posting without checking stats. For some reason, I thought that Holt was lower in the pack. I'm embarrassed to call myself a Rams fan. For many reasons. =) Just to correct numbers, pro football reference.com has:Career receptions: Bruce 5th (1,003), Holt 11th (869). Rice first with 1,549.Career receiving yards: Bruce 2nd (14,944), Holt 14th (12,660). Rice first with 22,895. Insane. Receiving TDs: Bruce 9th (91), Holt 26th (74). Rice first with 197.Receiving yards per game: Holt 2nd (80.1), Bruce 15th (70.5). Boldin first with 81.2An important fact as well is that Holt is 32, and Bruce is 36. Only Moss and Gonzalez are of similar age and rankings.
 
Fun trivia question:

Which team and year had the most current HOFers rostered (coaches, etc included)?

 
Chaka said:
MaddHatter said:
RBM said:
Wouldnt be so quick to call Pace a lock hall of famer
:thumbup:
I agree. I can think of five of his contemporaries, Boselli, Ogden, Walter Jones, Willie Anderson and Flozell that were every bit as good as Pace, if not better.
Ogden & Jones are beyond reproach, no doubt.But I think Pace is in the category right under them. Boselli wil struggle due to longevity issues even though he was dominant. Flozell never made an All-Pro team. Anderson was largely a RT.Is Pace a HOF'er? I think he'll be debated, but of the players you listed, I'd rank him 3rd.
 
If Holt's 2008 decline is the beginning of his permanent decline, I don't think he gets in. If it was an injury-thing and he can rebound to be solid for another couple of years, he has a good shot.

I know his numbers are ridiculous, but in that offense he was in, they were bound to be.

 
IMO London Fletcher will be a lock by the time he's done playing. The guy needs 22 more solos to hit 1000, almost 1400 total tackles, 28 sacks, 14 picks.

Thats already better then half of the linebackers already inducted, and he's only played 10 years so far. Add in another 2-3 seasons, I think he's in.

 
If Holt's 2008 decline is the beginning of his permanent decline, I don't think he gets in. If it was an injury-thing and he can rebound to be solid for another couple of years, he has a good shot.I know his numbers are ridiculous, but in that offense he was in, they were bound to be.
Age old argument, would that offense have been that offense is Torry Holt wasn't a compliment to the other players?
 
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If Holt's 2008 decline is the beginning of his permanent decline, I don't think he gets in. If it was an injury-thing and he can rebound to be solid for another couple of years, he has a good shot.I know his numbers are ridiculous, but in that offense he was in, they were bound to be.
Age old argument, would that offense have been that offense is Torry Holt wasn't a compliment to the other players?
Yes, I believe it would. Or certainly very, very close to it.
 
IMO London Fletcher will be a lock by the time he's done playing. The guy needs 22 more solos to hit 1000, almost 1400 total tackles, 28 sacks, 14 picks.Thats already better then half of the linebackers already inducted, and he's only played 10 years so far. Add in another 2-3 seasons, I think he's in.
How do you get in the HOF without making a Pro Bowl Team?
 
How many kickers make the hall? possibly Jeff Wilkins from that group tooI would say Bruce and Warner from the additional bunch have the best chance to make it (eventually)If you want to expand , and put the 2003 team on your list I would say Aneas Williams has a good shot,too.
Only one kicker is in the Hall, Jan Stenerud.
Only kicker getting in from this generation is Vinateri.
 
How many kickers make the hall? possibly Jeff Wilkins from that group tooI would say Bruce and Warner from the additional bunch have the best chance to make it (eventually)If you want to expand , and put the 2003 team on your list I would say Aneas Williams has a good shot,too.
Only one kicker is in the Hall, Jan Stenerud.
Only kicker getting in from this generation is Vinateri.
There are a ton of prolific and fantastic kickers not even considered finalists for the Hall when voting comes around, Vinatieri is no lock.
 
I think Pace will get in, but it's not as stone cold a lock as I thought when I originally commented. To be fair, it's been quite awhile since Pace was considered one of THE dominant tackles. On the face of it, 7 Pro Bowls and 3 All Pro teams combined with a SB ring and another appearance is quite good. However, he's up against some tough contemporaries:

Orlando Pace -- 7 PBs, 3 All Pros, 2 SBAs, 1 SBR

Jon Ogden -- 11 PBs, 4 All Pros, 1 SBA, 1 SBR

Walter Jones -- 8 PBs, 4 All Pros, 1 SBA, 0 SBR

Larry Allen -- 11 PBs, 6 All Pros, 1 SBA, 1 SBR

Willie Roaf -- 11 PBs, 3 All Pros*, 0 SBAs, 0 SBR

 
I think Pace will get in, but it's not as stone cold a lock as I thought when I originally commented. To be fair, it's been quite awhile since Pace was considered one of THE dominant tackles. On the face of it, 7 Pro Bowls and 3 All Pro teams combined with a SB ring and another appearance is quite good. However, he's up against some tough contemporaries:Orlando Pace -- 7 PBs, 3 All Pros, 2 SBAs, 1 SBRJon Ogden -- 11 PBs, 4 All Pros, 1 SBA, 1 SBRWalter Jones -- 8 PBs, 4 All Pros, 1 SBA, 0 SBRLarry Allen -- 11 PBs, 6 All Pros, 1 SBA, 1 SBRWillie Roaf -- 11 PBs, 3 All Pros*, 0 SBAs, 0 SBR
I would confidently say all 4 of those guys were better than PaceAlso, I was looking at this guy recently, and hes not in the hall, and look at these numbers. Different position but still unreal for an o-linemanRandall McDaniel12x pro bowler7x All Pro
 
I think Pace will get in, but it's not as stone cold a lock as I thought when I originally commented. To be fair, it's been quite awhile since Pace was considered one of THE dominant tackles. On the face of it, 7 Pro Bowls and 3 All Pro teams combined with a SB ring and another appearance is quite good. However, he's up against some tough contemporaries:Orlando Pace -- 7 PBs, 3 All Pros, 2 SBAs, 1 SBRJon Ogden -- 11 PBs, 4 All Pros, 1 SBA, 1 SBRWalter Jones -- 8 PBs, 4 All Pros, 1 SBA, 0 SBRLarry Allen -- 11 PBs, 6 All Pros, 1 SBA, 1 SBRWillie Roaf -- 11 PBs, 3 All Pros*, 0 SBAs, 0 SBR
I would confidently say all 4 of those guys were better than PaceAlso, I was looking at this guy recently, and hes not in the hall, and look at these numbers. Different position but still unreal for an o-linemanRandall McDaniel12x pro bowler7x All Pro
No doubt, I also didn't include Dermontti Dawson [again, different position] but think he should get in before someone like Pace. He made 6 CONSECUTIVE 1st team All Pros for a very good Steelers team. Centers have a tough time getting the nod though, I hope Dawson isn't overlooked.
 
Chaka said:
MaddHatter said:
RBM said:
Wouldnt be so quick to call Pace a lock hall of famer
:goodposting:
I agree. I can think of five of his contemporaries, Boselli, Ogden, Walter Jones, Willie Anderson and Flozell that were every bit as good as Pace, if not better.
Ogden & Jones are beyond reproach, no doubt.But I think Pace is in the category right under them. Boselli wil struggle due to longevity issues even though he was dominant. Flozell never made an All-Pro team. Anderson was largely a RT.Is Pace a HOF'er? I think he'll be debated, but of the players you listed, I'd rank him 3rd.
Let me clarify. I did not mean that each of those guys will be in the HoF but just to point out that Pace was not necessarily the best player at his position in any given season. This was one of arguments that kept Art Monk out of the HoF for so long.
 
Chaka said:
MaddHatter said:
RBM said:
Wouldnt be so quick to call Pace a lock hall of famer
:goodposting:
I agree. I can think of five of his contemporaries, Boselli, Ogden, Walter Jones, Willie Anderson and Flozell that were every bit as good as Pace, if not better.
Throw Willie Roaf in there too
Larry Allen too.
Another good one. It's going to be tough for these guys to make the hall simply because there are so many of them. I think Holt will suffer from that too. Lots of receivers in the top 10 of multiple receiving categories have recently retired, or will be retiring soon. It's going to make it tougher for those following them to get in. Then again they let Michael Irvin in (and Lynn Swann) so pretty much any WR can make the HoF.
 
I think Holt will suffer from that too. Lots of receivers in the top 10 of multiple receiving categories have recently retired, or will be retiring soon. It's going to make it tougher for those following them to get in. Then again they let Michael Irvin in (and Lynn Swann) so pretty much any WR can make the HoF.
As mentioned earlier, if Holt posts even average WR numbers for 3-4 more years he will end up in or near the Top 5 in receptions and yardage (clearly much farther back in TDs). So with 4 years similar to what he just had that would give him roughly 250 more receptions and 3,000 more yards.That would get him over 15,000 receiving yards and Rice is the only one to hit that mark so far (with Bruce, Harrison, Owens, and Moss soon to follow).IMO, he's probably not in the same tier as Harrison, Moss or Owens, but after that I think Bruce and Holt are the enxt group that will get serious consideration.
 
A more interesting question would be are there any Super Bowl champions with no current or future HOFers? Paging Chase...

 
A more interesting question would be are there any Super Bowl champions with no current or future HOFers? Paging Chase...
Pretty sure the answer to that is no. Didn't look it up, but off the top of my head every team has one, if we're calling Brady, Derrick Brooks and Ray Lewis future HOFers.
 
A more interesting question would be are there any Super Bowl champions with no current or future HOFers? Paging Chase...
Pretty sure the answer to that is no. Didn't look it up, but off the top of my head every team has one, if we're calling Brady, Derrick Brooks and Ray Lewis future HOFers.
Yeah I just looked over it myself and don't see any possibilities. Thought the 1980 Raiders could fit the bill, but they had Casper and Hendricks, among others.
 
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A more interesting question would be are there any Super Bowl champions with no current or future HOFers? Paging Chase...
Pretty sure the answer to that is no. Didn't look it up, but off the top of my head every team has one, if we're calling Brady, Derrick Brooks and Ray Lewis future HOFers.
Another interesting question would be whether the Pats with 3 titles in 4 years (justlike the Cowboys) only produce Brady as a HOFer. THe other multiple SB winning/dynasty teams appear to have multiple HOFers (or will have once eligible).Other than Brady, who else from those teams would get considered? Harrison, Law, Dillon, Bledsoe, Bruschi, Samuel, Seymour, Wilfork, Vinateri? I can't think of anyone else really worthy of an honorable mention, and I'm not sure any of those guys are really great options to begin with.
 
A more interesting question would be are there any Super Bowl champions with no current or future HOFers? Paging Chase...
Pretty sure the answer to that is no. Didn't look it up, but off the top of my head every team has one, if we're calling Brady, Derrick Brooks and Ray Lewis future HOFers.
Another interesting question would be whether the Pats with 3 titles in 4 years (justlike the Cowboys) only produce Brady as a HOFer. THe other multiple SB winning/dynasty teams appear to have multiple HOFers (or will have once eligible).Other than Brady, who else from those teams would get considered? Harrison, Law, Dillon, Bledsoe, Bruschi, Samuel, Seymour, Wilfork, Vinateri? I can't think of anyone else really worthy of an honorable mention, and I'm not sure any of those guys are really great options to begin with.
Captain Spygate?
 
2000 Ravens had a few HOF guys, if you include Rent-A-HOFers Rod Woodson and Shannon Sharpe. Others include:

Ray Lewis

Jon Ogden

I don't think Priest Holmes or Jamal Lewis is going to make it. Matt Stover's name gets brought up from time to time and he will end up as the #3 all-time scorer and FG kicker, but he's not a HOF guy to me.

Once upon a time, Chris McAlister seemed like a potential HOFer, but that time has passed.

 
A more interesting question would be are there any Super Bowl champions with no current or future HOFers? Paging Chase...
I really need to get out more . . .HOFers per SB winning team (so far):If I am missing anyone we can add him in.1966 GBP (10)HC Vince Lombardi, DB Herb Adderley, DE/T Willie Davis, T/G/DT Forrest Gregg, RB/FB/QB Paul Hornung, DT/DE Henry Jordan, LB Ray Nitschke, QB Bart Starr, FB Jim Taylor, S Willie Wood 1967 GBP (8)HC: Vince Lombardi, DB Herb Adderley, DE/T Willie Davis, T/G/DT Forrest Gregg, DT/DE Henry Jordan, LB Ray Nitschke, QB/HC Bart Starr, S Willie Wood1968 NYJ (3)HC Weeb Ewbank, WR Don Maynard, QB Joe Namath 1969 KCC (6)LB Bobby Bell, DT Buck Buchanan, QB Len Dawson, LB Willie Lanier, PK Jan Stenerud, DB Emmitt Thomas 1970 BAL (3)LB Ted Hendricks, TE John Mackey, QB Johnny Unitas 1971 DAL (9)HC Tom Landry, DB Herb Adderley, WR Lance Alworth, TE Mike Ditka, T/G/DT Forrest Gregg, DT Bob Lilly, DB/RB Mel Renfro, QB Roger Staubach, T Rayfield Wright 1972 MIA (7)HC Don Shula, LB Nick Buoniconti, RB Larry Csonka, QB Bob Griese, C/G Jim Langer, G/T Larry Little, WR Paul Warfield 1973 MIA (7)HC Don Shula, LB Nick Buoniconti, RB Larry Csonka, QB Bob Griese, C/G Jim Langer, G/T Larry Little, WR Paul Warfield 1974 PIT (10)HC Chuck Noll, CB Mel Blount, QB Terry Bradshaw, DT Joe Greene, LB Jack Ham, RB Franco Harris, LB Jack Lambert, WR John Stallworth, WR Lynn Swann, C/G Mike Webster 1975 PIT (10)HC Chuck Noll, CB Mel Blount, QB Terry Bradshaw, DT Joe Greene, LB Jack Ham, RB Franco Harris, LB Jack Lambert, WR John Stallworth, WR Lynn Swann, C/G Mike Webster 1976 OAK (7)HC John Madden, WR Fred Biletnikoff, CB Willie Brown, TE Dave Casper, LB Ted Hendricks, T Art Shell, G Gene Upshaw 1977 DAL (6)HC Tom Landry, RB Tony Dorsett, DB/RB Mel Renfro, QB Roger Staubach, DT/DE Randy White, T Rayfield Wright 1978 PIT (10) HC Chuck Noll, CB Mel Blount, QB Terry Bradshaw, DT Joe Greene, LB Jack Ham, RB Franco Harris, LB Jack Lambert, WR John Stallworth, WR Lynn Swann, C/G Mike Webster 1979 PIT (10)HC Chuck Noll, CB Mel Blount, QB Terry Bradshaw, DT Joe Greene, LB Jack Ham, RB Franco Harris, LB Jack Lambert, WR John Stallworth, WR Lynn Swann, C/G Mike Webster 1980 OAK (4)TE Dave Casper, LB Ted Hendricks, T Art Shell, G Gene Upshaw 1981 SFO (4)HC Bill Walsh, DE Fred Dean, S Ronnie Lott, QB Joe Montana 1982 WAS (3)HC Joe Gibbs, WR Art Monk, RB John Riggins 1983 OAK (4)RB Marcus Allen, DB Mike Haynes, LB Ted Hendricks, DE Howie Long 1984 SFO (4)HC Bill Walsh, DE Fred Dean, S Ronnie Lott, QB Joe Montana 1985 CHI (4)HC Mike Ditka, DT/DE Dan Hampton, RB Walter Payton, LB Mike Singletary 1986 NYG (2)LB Harry Carson, LB Lawrence Taylor1987 WAS (3)HC Joe Gibbs, CB Darrell Green, WR Art Monk 1988 SFO (4)HC Bill Walsh, S Ronnie Lott, QB Joe Montana, QB Steve Young 1989 SFO (3)S Ronnie Lott, QB Joe Montana, QB Steve Young1990 NYG (1)LB Lawrence Taylor 1991 WAS (3)HC Joe Gibbs, CB Darrell Green, WR Art Monk 1992 DAL (2)QB Troy Aikman, WR Michael Irvin1993 DAL (2)QB Troy Aikman, WR Michael Irvin1994 SFO (1)QB Steve Young1995 DAL (2)QB Troy Aikman, WR Michael Irvin1996 GBP (1)DE Reggie White 1997 DEN (2)QB John Elway, T Gary Zimmerman 1998 DEN (2)QB John Elway, T Gary Zimmerman I don't think there are any other already elected HOFers on teams after that. Like I said, if I missed anyone I can add those players in.
 
David Yudkin said:
A more interesting question would be are there any Super Bowl champions with no current or future HOFers? Paging Chase...
I really need to get out more . . .HOFers per SB winning team (so far):If I am missing anyone we can add him in.1966 GBP (10)HC Vince Lombardi, DB Herb Adderley, DE/T Willie Davis, T/G/DT Forrest Gregg, RB/FB/QB Paul Hornung, DT/DE Henry Jordan, LB Ray Nitschke, QB Bart Starr, FB Jim Taylor, S Willie Wood 1967 GBP (8)HC: Vince Lombardi, DB Herb Adderley, DE/T Willie Davis, T/G/DT Forrest Gregg, DT/DE Henry Jordan, LB Ray Nitschke, QB/HC Bart Starr, S Willie Wood1968 NYJ (3)HC Weeb Ewbank, WR Don Maynard, QB Joe Namath 1969 KCC (6)LB Bobby Bell, DT Buck Buchanan, QB Len Dawson, LB Willie Lanier, PK Jan Stenerud, DB Emmitt Thomas 1970 BAL (3)LB Ted Hendricks, TE John Mackey, QB Johnny Unitas 1971 DAL (9)HC Tom Landry, DB Herb Adderley, WR Lance Alworth, TE Mike Ditka, T/G/DT Forrest Gregg, DT Bob Lilly, DB/RB Mel Renfro, QB Roger Staubach, T Rayfield Wright 1972 MIA (7)HC Don Shula, LB Nick Buoniconti, RB Larry Csonka, QB Bob Griese, C/G Jim Langer, G/T Larry Little, WR Paul Warfield 1973 MIA (7)HC Don Shula, LB Nick Buoniconti, RB Larry Csonka, QB Bob Griese, C/G Jim Langer, G/T Larry Little, WR Paul Warfield 1974 PIT (10)HC Chuck Noll, CB Mel Blount, QB Terry Bradshaw, DT Joe Greene, LB Jack Ham, RB Franco Harris, LB Jack Lambert, WR John Stallworth, WR Lynn Swann, C/G Mike Webster 1975 PIT (10)HC Chuck Noll, CB Mel Blount, QB Terry Bradshaw, DT Joe Greene, LB Jack Ham, RB Franco Harris, LB Jack Lambert, WR John Stallworth, WR Lynn Swann, C/G Mike Webster 1976 OAK (7)HC John Madden, WR Fred Biletnikoff, CB Willie Brown, TE Dave Casper, LB Ted Hendricks, T Art Shell, G Gene Upshaw 1977 DAL (6)HC Tom Landry, RB Tony Dorsett, DB/RB Mel Renfro, QB Roger Staubach, DT/DE Randy White, T Rayfield Wright 1978 PIT (10) HC Chuck Noll, CB Mel Blount, QB Terry Bradshaw, DT Joe Greene, LB Jack Ham, RB Franco Harris, LB Jack Lambert, WR John Stallworth, WR Lynn Swann, C/G Mike Webster 1979 PIT (10)HC Chuck Noll, CB Mel Blount, QB Terry Bradshaw, DT Joe Greene, LB Jack Ham, RB Franco Harris, LB Jack Lambert, WR John Stallworth, WR Lynn Swann, C/G Mike Webster 1980 OAK (4)TE Dave Casper, LB Ted Hendricks, T Art Shell, G Gene Upshaw 1981 SFO (4)HC Bill Walsh, DE Fred Dean, S Ronnie Lott, QB Joe Montana 1982 WAS (3)HC Joe Gibbs, WR Art Monk, RB John Riggins 1983 OAK (4)RB Marcus Allen, DB Mike Haynes, LB Ted Hendricks, DE Howie Long 1984 SFO (4)HC Bill Walsh, DE Fred Dean, S Ronnie Lott, QB Joe Montana 1985 CHI (4)HC Mike Ditka, DT/DE Dan Hampton, RB Walter Payton, LB Mike Singletary 1986 NYG (2)LB Harry Carson, LB Lawrence Taylor1987 WAS (3)HC Joe Gibbs, CB Darrell Green, WR Art Monk 1988 SFO (4)HC Bill Walsh, S Ronnie Lott, QB Joe Montana, QB Steve Young 1989 SFO (3)S Ronnie Lott, QB Joe Montana, QB Steve Young1990 NYG (1)LB Lawrence Taylor 1991 WAS (3)HC Joe Gibbs, CB Darrell Green, WR Art Monk 1992 DAL (2)QB Troy Aikman, WR Michael Irvin1993 DAL (2)QB Troy Aikman, WR Michael Irvin1994 SFO (1)QB Steve Young1995 DAL (2)QB Troy Aikman, WR Michael Irvin1996 GBP (1)DE Reggie White 1997 DEN (2)QB John Elway, T Gary Zimmerman 1998 DEN (2)QB John Elway, T Gary Zimmerman I don't think there are any other already elected HOFers on teams after that. Like I said, if I missed anyone I can add those players in.
This place would be a lot less interesting if you did get out more.Nice work.
 

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