I think being a shameless, self promoting diva will hurt him.I hope it does.
lso keep in mind that there are plenty of other WR's waiting to get in, so those that retired ahead of him and still waiting might get in first.
Also keep in mind that there are plenty of other WR's waiting to get in, so those that retired ahead of him and still waiting might get in first.Great..now you believe that when you retire and then in 5 years you go down to the Hall and stand in line to get inducted behind those that have been on the list longer.
He will get in, and should be a first ballot guy. If Warren Sapp is 1st ballot, so is Randy.Except Sapp didn't have the motivation issues that Moss had. Did Sapp ever quit on his teammates or take plays off? Yeah, he was a loud mouth jerk, but he worked his arse off on the field. Moss did not.
Remember its the hall of fame, not the hall of stats.Both matter to a degree. What if a guy comes along and posts 3 of the greatest seasons ever, but does nothing the rest of career? The level of dominance is there, but he just didn't play long enough. Moss had a period of dominance, but even then, did he give it his all?
Moss has about as much chance of getting in on the 1st ballot as I do of winning the Powerball jackpot.I would have said the same about Joe Namath and Lynn Swann ever getting in, but they did. Go buy your ticket...
I would have said the same about Joe Namath and Lynn Swann ever getting in, but they did. Go buy your ticket...And they have SB wins to back up their claims. Namath has an MVP. Plus, their numbers don't look nearly as good based on the era when they played.
Here's Moss' career averages in 16 years:
61 receptions, 956 receiving yards, 10 TDs
Yippie!!! What an amazing player!
The HOF is an honor Moss doesn't deserve,Because of your supposed moral high ground. Pfft.