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Deion Sanders made some comments about the NFL Hall of Fame on Friday that are going viral... Do you agree with him?

(The Spun)
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The NBA a million times worse!!!
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It would be commendable if athletes would just tell the HOFs if they don't get voted in the first go around, to remove them from the future list of consideration. Otherwise it gets like this cause people are still waiting to get in after being rejected 10 or so times. It's stupid. I'm sure HOFs attendances are super low too. I know Cooperstown was once on my travel bucket list, but that was removed a few yrs back.
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It would be commendable if athletes would just tell the HOFs if they don't get voted in the first go around, to remove them from the future list of consideration. Otherwise it gets like this cause people are still waiting to get in after being rejected 10 or so times. It's stupid. I'm sure HOFs attendances are super low too. I know Cooperstown was once on my travel bucket list, but that was removed a few yrs back.
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He’s right. And it will get worse when Eli gets in
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Nah, dude beat the Goat twice, otherwise Brady would have 9 rings. Eli’s 2 rings are greater than Peyton’s tbh. Peyton beat Rex Grossman one year and got carried by his defense when he couldn’t throw the ball further than 15 yards in his last season.
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The very definition of two "yes men."
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Who cares if they are yes men, is he correct in his assessment? I think he’s exactly right.
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Get off the crack Dion. Every offensive and defensive lineman allowed people like him to succeed yet they are the ones that get left out. Complete BS
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The nfl should just make a new hall....call it the hall of legends for the icons like prime
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He ain't wrong. They let a ref in last week
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That ref did change the game. Learn.
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Nice one, kkv75.
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absolutely, it have become the Hall of pretty good
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He’s 100% right, but the Hall of Fame (all of them) are businesses, too. They’ve got tickets to sell, seats to fill, and a TV show to produce. If the don’t induct a bunch of folks that appeal to a bunches of fans, the Hall won’t survive. Transcendent talent be damned!
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Nothing is worse than The Basketball HOF. You could have a good college career and get in even with an unremarkable pro career.
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Deon is so full of himself... but he's right. Too many from big media markets get in because of name recognition. "Quiet Storm" set a lot of records but he was a Saint so...
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I agree with him, and I've thought the same for many years now. Some guys who get in were very good, but the HoF should be for the extreme elite. It's become watered down.
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He has a point. It's descended into a "Participation Trophy Club".
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The Hall of Very Good
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Once upon a time you had to be transcendent, the best of the best and more importantly a dominant figure in the game that teams had to scheme for. Barry Sanders, Joe Montana, Lynn Swann, John Elway. Guys that could change the outcome of games. Now i see the likes of Tony Boselli, Bryant Young, John Lynch going in. Solid players, sure. Game changers, absolutely not.
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First name you mention is Tony Boselli? Dude was one of the greatest OL to ever play the game.
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Richard Seymour
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I mean he’s not wrong
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