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  • #16
    APS is saying that cause he wants to look good for trading for him in the forum mock

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    • #17
      At this point in time the answer is no.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by BUSTKUNTLAWL View Post
        How about 2005 when he had averaged 100 yards a game?
        So he's had one season where he might be a top 5 receiver?

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Highagain View Post
          So he's had one season where he might be a top 5 receiver?
          Everyone is going to have a different opinion on who the top 5 receivers in football are. He's put up some remarkable numbers catching passes from losers for the most part.

          One could argue pretty easily he's been a top 5 WR for a long time. Maybe his entire career. I mean, look at his rookie season..

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          • #20
            If he can stay healthy and his body can hold up while putting up numbers similar to what he has so far, hell yes.

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            • #21
              Way to early.

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              • #22
                He set the record for receptions in a rookie year, i think he had more yards than Moss had in an equally awesome rookie year (moss had more TD though, but his offense was way better).

                Fastest player to 300 receptions or something (or tied)

                I think if he goes to another team and stays their #1 for 5-6 years, he's definitely a HOF candidate.

                He's got a better shot than Chad Johnson IMO and we all know how Chad Johnson feels about his HOF credentials.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by BUSTKUNTLAWL View Post
                  Everyone is going to have a different opinion on who the top 5 receivers in football are. He's put up some remarkable numbers catching passes from losers for the most part.

                  One could argue pretty easily he's been a top 5 WR for a long time. Maybe his entire career. I mean, look at his rookie season..
                  Easily been a top 5 WR for a long time? I would like to hear that argument.

                  Is Joey Galloway a HOFer? Chad Johnson? Donald Driver? Reggie Wayne? Derrick Mason?

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                  • #24
                    Boldin isn't even worthy of a thread asking if he's HOF worthy thus far.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Highagain View Post
                      Easily been a top 5 WR for a long time? I would like to hear that argument.

                      Is Joey Galloway a HOFer? Chad Johnson? Donald Driver? Reggie Wayne? Derrick Mason?
                      Boldin is better than all those guys you just listed.

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                      • #26
                        He's on pace to be a Hall of Famer, but will his body hold up? If it does, then yes, if not, then he probably won't have enough of a resume to make it.


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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by TitleTown088 View Post
                          Boldin isn't even worthy of a thread asking if he's HOF worthy thus far.
                          Sorry, I'm trying to settle a dispute lol. I don't think he is.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by cdf_2108 View Post
                            He set the record for receptions in a rookie year, i think he had more yards than Moss had in an equally awesome rookie year (moss had more TD though, but his offense was way better).

                            Fastest player to 300 receptions or something (or tied)

                            I think if he goes to another team and stays their #1 for 5-6 years, he's definitely a HOF candidate.

                            He's got a better shot than Chad Johnson IMO and we all know how Chad Johnson feels about his HOF credentials.
                            That is as well in good but the question was not is he on pace to be a HOF the question was is he a HOF today and no he is not.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by BUSTKUNTLAWL View Post
                              Boldin is better than all those guys you just listed.
                              i agree on that

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by BUSTKUNTLAWL View Post
                                Boldin is better than all those guys you just listed.
                                Statistically it is difficult to argue Boldin over Wayne or Johnson at this point.

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