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View Poll Results: Vote for the THREE LEAST DESERVING HoFers on this list.
Alphonse "Tuffy" Leemans 5 27.78%
Andy Robustelli 3 16.67%
Benny Friedman 4 22.22%
Emlen Tunnell 1 5.56%
Frank Gifford 4 22.22%
Harry Carson 5 27.78%
Ken Strong 1 5.56%
Lawrence Taylor 1 5.56%
Mel Hein 1 5.56%
Michael Strahan 3 16.67%
Morris "Red" Badgro 3 16.67%
Roosevelt Brown 0 0%
Sam Huff 0 0%
Y.A. Tittle 1 5.56%
All of these players are deserving of the Hall of Fame 3 16.67%
Elvis Patterson should make it just for his nickname. 2 11.11%
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Old 05-17-2019, 10:20 AM  
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Least Deserving Hall of Famers: NY Giants

VOTE FOR THREE.

With all of the talk about undeserving people in the Hall of Fame, I thought it might be interesting to identify the absolute least deserving people in the Hall of Fame.

I'll do this first for players, identifying the least deserving players by team, and then we'll do a heat or two for non-players.

Poll coming in less time than it takes for Archie Manning to interfere in the draft to benefit his son.

You can read profiles of the players here, in a very unfriendly format on the HoF site: https://www.profootballhof.com/heroe...me/franchises/

Rules note: If a team has less than 10 HoFers, I'll combine them with another team to get to that number.
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Old 05-18-2019, 05:44 PM   #16
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While sacks weren’t obviously tallied in Robustelli’s days, they’ve retroactively counted enough that he should probably be in. He would be well north of 100 and that’s more or less been the statistical gold standard.

Gold standard might be a bit much, there are a lot of 100+ sack guys not in.
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Love old NFL history. Thanks for starting these threads, Rain Man.

The 1920s-1940s players didn't have as lengthy careers in those days. That has to be weighted.

Friedman is an absolute lock. He threw for 20 TDs in a season. In the 1920s. IIRC, a team didn't throw for 20 TDs until the 1940s. Just a legendary passer born in the wrong era.
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Love old NFL history. Thanks for starting these threads, Rain Man.

The 1920s-1940s players didn't have as lengthy careers in those days. That has to be weighted.

Friedman is an absolute lock. He threw for 20 TDs in a season. In the 1920s. IIRC, a team didn't throw for 20 TDs until the 1940s. Just a legendary passer born in the wrong era.
I was hoping you'd show up. We still have a number of teams remaining in the first round.
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