Is Jahri Evans a HOFer?
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Is Jahri Evans a HOFer?
Posted by fightingtigers98 on 1/21 at 12:22 am
he has been one of the best o-linemen since 06, but does he make it to Canton. he is gonna be 33 when his contract ends. I assume he will continue playing on a 3 year deal after that. So say he retires at 36 which 6 years away, would he be a HOFer?


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Posted by tigerbaittrick on 1/21 at 12:35 am to fightingtigers98
How many pancakes does he have?


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Posted by GynoSandberg on 1/21 at 1:35 am to fightingtigers98
wat


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Posted by Bayou on 1/21 at 5:29 am to GynoSandberg
Based on others that have made it I'd have to say it's a relatively easy "yes" answer.


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Posted by motorbreath on 1/21 at 7:16 am to fightingtigers98
Seeing as how at least 4 players are required to get in every year, probably so. And people call the MLB process fricked up.


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Posted by goatmilker on 1/21 at 7:40 am to fightingtigers98
I can never tell with guards and centers. The tackles you can see their play better out on the edges but the inside guys its just more difficult to see.


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Posted by The Sad Banana on 1/21 at 7:46 am to goatmilker
A center or guard is such a thankless job. I guess longevity is an indication of good guard or center play.

It's almost like kickers.



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Posted by Midget Death Squad on 1/21 at 8:48 am to fightingtigers98
probably not


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Posted by blueslover on 1/21 at 9:05 am to Midget Death Squad
look at who is in and frequency of middle O-lineman...
last four inductees bold

Larry Allen 1994-2007 Chuck Bednarik (C-LB) 1949-1962 Bob (Boomer) Brown (T) 1964-1973 Roosevelt Brown (T) 1953-1965 Lou Creekmur (T-G) 1950-1959 Dermontti Dawson (C) 1988-2000 Joe DeLamielleure (G) 1973-1985 Dan Dierdorf (T) 1971-1983 Frank Gatski (C) 1946-1957 Forrest Gregg (T-G) 1956, 1958-1971 Russ Grimm (G) 1981-1991 Lou Groza (T) (Also PK) 1946-1959, 1961-1967 John Hannah (G) 1973-1985 Gene Hickerson 1958-1973 Stan Jones (T-G, also DT) 1954-1966 Jim Langer (C) 1970-1981 Larry Little (G) 1967-1980 Tom Mack (G) 1966-1978 Bruce Matthews (G, T, C) 1983-2001 Mike McCormack (T) 1951, 1954-1962 Randall McDaniel 1988-2001 Ron Mix (T) 1960-1969, 1971 Mike Munchak (G) 1982-1993 Anthony Muñoz (T) 1980-1992 Jonathan Ogden 1996-2007 Jim Otto (C) 1960-1974 Jim Parker (G-T) 1957-1967 Jim Ringo (C) 1953-1967 Willie Roaf (T) 1993-2005 Billy Shaw (G) 1961-1969 Art Shell (T) 1968-1982 Jackie Slater (T) 1976-1995 Bob St. Clair (T) 1953-1963 Dwight Stephenson (C) 1980-1987 Gene Upshaw (G) 1967-1981 Mike Webster (C) 1974-1990 Rayfield Wright 1967-1979 Ron Yary (T) 1968-1982 Gary Zimmerman (T) 1986-1997 - See more at: LINK

Longevity and piling up the All Pros are key. If he is still decorated the next few years his chances grow astronomically. He has been All Pro for 5 consecutive years. Getting the highest paying contract for a guard in the history of the NFL shows up on the resume too.



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Posted by Lester Earl on 1/21 at 10:17 am to blueslover
Ogden was a left tackle


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Posted by 4thandinches on 1/21 at 10:25 am to fightingtigers98
I would say tentatively, yes.


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Posted by tigerfan84 on 1/21 at 10:56 am to fightingtigers98
Jerry Kramer is considered by many to be the best guard of all time and he isn't in.


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Posted by Chad504boy on 1/21 at 10:59 am to tigerfan84
quote:

Jerry Kramer


what a gamer, should be a hall of famer, such a shamer, but hell who ya gonna blamer?



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Posted by blueslover on 1/21 at 11:13 am to Chad504boy
a rhyme so lamer and I know ya'ain't no flamer, so I won't be a namer and do the samer, dayum chad, yo be tamer


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Posted by fightingtigers98 on 1/21 at 11:20 am to blueslover
quote:

a rhyme so lamer and I know ya'ain't no flamer, so I won't be a namer and do the samer, dayum chad, yo be tamer






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Posted by blueslover on 1/21 at 11:31 am to fightingtigers98



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Posted by chrisksaint on 1/21 at 3:49 pm to fightingtigers98
I would say yes if he keeps making all pro and pro bowl teams. I know that doesn't really determine a player's career but when they look back at an O-line career for HoF that'll be it probably

This post was edited on 1/21 at 3:51 pm

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Posted by Meateye on 1/21 at 5:29 pm to blueslover
quote:

blueslover


Blues that's really you isn't it?



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Posted by blueslover on 1/21 at 5:34 pm to Meateye
nah
don't think he is on my street



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Posted by Unknown_Poster on 1/21 at 8:56 pm to Midget Death Squad
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probably not



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