Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Hall Of Fame worthy??

Am I James Worthy? So just since Curtis is finally gonna hang it up alot of people think he is HOF worthy. Is he? not in my opinon but many will think he is. Same with Bus. Just because you had a long career doesnt make you the best to play at your position. If that was the case, then Vinny Testeverde and Drew Bledsoe are first balloters. BUt that aint tha case. Props for being able to play 10+ years, but you arent great. I think Marshall Faulk will get in. In that span from like 1998-2002, he was the greatest thing ever. A coming up class will be pretty punishing for runningbacks, but none of them but Fauilk should get in. And i dont think Tiki should get in either. What do you think??


Anonymous b-bop said...

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7:51 AM  
Blogger pete silva said...

faulk yes, bus no, curtis no, tiki maybe but prolly not

7:54 AM  
Blogger Situ said...

good point about longevity not being enough of a reason to vote someone in. I'm with Petes. Faulk yes because he was a GREAT running back. Bus no, curtis no, Tiki no.

7:58 AM  
Anonymous sports pulse said...

Martin was a great back but I don't think he did enough. Faulk yes. Bus I HOPE not. Tiki probably not cause he didn't play long enough.

8:05 PM  
Blogger Willie B said...

i think Curtis "my favorite" Martin should go to the hall of fame, because he lead the league in rushing i know one year, and maybe more, and at one point maybe the best in the league!

9:02 PM  
Blogger twins15 said...

I think he should be in. In general I'm not a big fan of the longevity argument, but for NFL RB I lend more credence to it. It's such a demanding position that to be a very good RB for so long like Curtis Martin is a great accomplishment.

11:58 PM  
Blogger Mini Me said...

yes no doubt he is. Tiki no, Martin yes.

12:14 AM  
Blogger pete silva said...

curtis shouldn't be HOF. his average year would be:

1281 rush yards, 8 TD's
44 rec. w/ 302 yards

reuben droughns got 1200+ his past two years. as beavis would say, thats really not that much. he may be consistent and play for a long time, but in a top RB chat, you'd say Emmitt, Sweetness, Barry, Jim Brown, maybe Jim Breuer, and never Curtis. although i would mention my man TD but thats a different story

8:25 AM  
Blogger SportsRx said...

Curtis Martin was solid for a number of years, however 1,200 yards/season isn't what it used to be, running backs are getting that left and right. Only time will tell, won't be a first ballot for sure, but may get in.

7:31 PM  

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