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    Who are Future Hall OF Famers Playing right now in the NFL? Who are player that if they Retire right now they would get in First Ballot? Who needs to do a little more?
    The First Ballot right now are Favre,LT,Moss.Manning,Brady,Baliey Who else?

  • #2
    Bobby Carpenter.

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    • #3
      Jordy Nelson is a Zero time ballot HoF

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      • #4
        In now:
        Ray Lewis
        Ed Reed
        Pace - Is he still playing? Odgen too, but I think both are retired
        Tony Gonzalez
        Randy Moss


        Near in/need a little more
        Brees
        Seymour
        Kevin/Pat Williams
        Jason Taylor - not first ballot, but has a good shot.
        Steven Jackson - probably needs more then most people on this list, but the guys a tank.

        I'm hesitent to put WRs in, since if Chris Carter has to wait, no one other then JR is first ballot. I'm not convinced TO is on pace for the hall of fame. Steve Smith, Reggie Wayne & 85 are all 5 years after TO and of those I think Wayne has the best chance (biased of course).

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        • #5
          Yeah. When you look at Steven Jackson he has put up Huge Numbers on a team that has been bad ever since he was Drafted There. Andre Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald both have a ways to go but if they play like they have for Five More Years they should be in.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by falloutboy14 View Post
            In now:
            Ray Lewis
            Ed Reed
            Pace - Is he still playing? Odgen too, but I think both are retired
            Tony Gonzalez
            Randy Moss


            Near in/need a little more
            Brees
            Seymour
            Kevin/Pat Williams
            Jason Taylor - not first ballot, but has a good shot.
            Steven Jackson - probably needs more then most people on this list, but the guys a tank.

            I'm hesitent to put WRs in, since if Chris Carter has to wait, no one other then JR is first ballot. I'm not convinced TO is on pace for the hall of fame. Steve Smith, Reggie Wayne & 85 are all 5 years after TO and of those I think Wayne has the best chance (biased of course).
            LT LT STAB STAB

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            • #7
              Not many 1st ballot HOFers playing if they retired tomorrow, but there are several guys who are near locks for the HOF in the future.

              Ray Lewis, Ladanian Tomlinson - (outside chance at 1st ballot), Ed Reed, Favre, Pace, (outside chance at 1st time selection), Randy Moss, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Junior Seau, Bill Belichick, Tony Gonzalez.

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              • #8
                Where does Ty Law stand? Darren Sharper? Charles Woodson?

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                • #9
                  Troy Polamalu is pretty colse aswell I think, he might need 1-2 more good seasons.
                  "Not only is Polamalu the best player in the AFC North, but I feel he's the best defensive player in the entire NFL. No defender in the league combines world-class athleticism, smarts, fundamentals, natural football instincts and the knack for big plays better than Polamalu."

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by tenorx View Post
                    Troy Polamalu is pretty colse aswell I think, he might need 1-2 more good seasons.
                    Yeah but safety is a ***** of a position to get into the Hall playing. As far as safeties go, no safety(Ed Reed included) has to be gameplanned against as much as Polamalu. But I just think he will struggle to get in, although two rings helps.


                    BoneKrusher killing it with the sig

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                    • #11
                      Yes, but I think people can realise that Troy is the most important part of the 2-time Super Bowl champion Steelers team. If not, just need to take a look at this:
                      "Not only is Polamalu the best player in the AFC North, but I feel he's the best defensive player in the entire NFL. No defender in the league combines world-class athleticism, smarts, fundamentals, natural football instincts and the knack for big plays better than Polamalu."

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                      • #12
                        LaDainian Tomlinson
                        Ray Lewis
                        Ed Reed
                        Orlando Pace
                        Walter Jones
                        Torry Holt
                        Isaac Bruce
                        Terrell Owens
                        Randy Moss
                        Kurt Warner
                        Peyton Manning
                        Tom Brady
                        Marvin Harrison
                        Tony Gonzalez
                        Charles Woodson
                        Champ Bailey


                        And I think Alan Faneca/Steve Hutchinson, Kevin Mawae, and Jason Taylor have a shot

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                        • #13
                          Locks:

                          Peyton Manning
                          Tom Brady
                          Brett Favre
                          Ray Lewis
                          Tony Gonzalez
                          Randy Moss

                          Almost Definites:

                          Ladanian Tomlinson
                          Ed Reed
                          Champ Bailey
                          Terrell Owens
                          Steve Hutchinson
                          Jason Taylor

                          Good Chance:

                          Charles Woodson
                          Kevin Williams
                          Kevin Mawae
                          Ben Roethlisberger
                          Drew Brees

                          With a Few More Years:

                          Jared Allen
                          Demarcus Ware
                          Reggie Wayne
                          Andre Johnson
                          Larry Fitzgerald


                          Note-I didn't include players like Chris Johnon, AD, Revis etc because it is too early for them to be included. I will have undoubtedly forgotten some players but those are the main ones I can think of.


                          BoneKrusher killing it with the sig

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                          • #14
                            People are forgetting the original question; how many players would be 1ST BALLOT HOFers if they retired tomorrow?

                            Not who would be a HOFer in time.

                            On AntoinCD's list, the only 1st ballot guys IMO are Brady, Manning, Favre, Lewis, Gonzalez, Moss and Ed Reed.

                            Also, I would not be surprised if Troy Polamalu got in 1st ballot, the respect level he has around the league among players and coaches is extremely high.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by FUNBUNCHER View Post
                              Also, I would not be surprised if Troy Polamalu got in 1st ballot, the respect level he has around the league among players and coaches is extremely high.
                              He's not a lock for the Hall of Fame, but now he's a 1st ballot Hall of Famer?

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