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Thread: Is WR Brandon Marshall (remember him?) a HOFer?

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    Default Is WR Brandon Marshall (remember him?) a HOFer?

    970 career receptions
    12351 yards
    83 TD

    https://www.pro-football-reference.c...M/MarsBr00.htm

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    Statistically close, but no.
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    Doubtful.

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    No, he's not.

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    nope

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    Negative.
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    Statically he has the numbers to be in the conversation.

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    He doesn’t have a ring like Bennie Fowler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeefStew25 View Post
    He doesn’t have a ring like Bennie Fowler.
    True, but neither does Terrell Owens.

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    Nice stats. I wonder what his postseason stats are like?


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    Quote Originally Posted by UnderArmour View Post
    Nice stats. I wonder what his postseason stats are like?

    Ouch...

    But, I don't believe he deserves a HOF calling. He was good but I never thought of him as a game changing WR. He was a big possession type WR that made tough grabs but I don't think any D Coordinators focused their schemes to stop him.
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    I wish because he's a cool guy and has the talent to get into the HOF. But I don't think he ever really hit his ceiling due to off-the-field issues and etc. Gotta go with a no.
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    Just about every year there's at least 1 player that have this site goes ballistic over because its believed that he didn't do near as much as those that have been waiting for years, if not decades. A disproportionate number of these players have spent a significant amount of their careers playing for the NFL's "flagship franchises" (Bears, Giants, Cowboys & Steelers). Over the course of his 13 seasons, BM has spent 3 with the Bears & 1 with the Giants. He also spent 2 seasons with the other NY franchise. None of this should matter, but as long as Gradishar & Mecklenburg are still not let in, I'm not going to buy that it doesn't.
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    Didn't he have one game where he caught 21 passes or something? He gets consideration, but I doubt whether he gets in anytime soon. Perhaps he can lobby the Geezer Consideration Committee in a couple of decades. Or he can go into broadcasting, make a career of that and in a decade or so, he's still in the public eye, so the voters remember him. Guys like Gradishar just became "where are they now?" when they were done, so it's hard for them to get in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FanInAZ View Post
    Just about every year there's at least 1 player that have this site goes ballistic over because its believed that he didn't do near as much as those that have been waiting for years, if not decades. A disproportionate number of these players have spent a significant amount of their careers playing for the NFL's "flagship franchises" (Bears, Giants, Cowboys & Steelers). Over the course of his 13 seasons, BM has spent 3 with the Bears & 1 with the Giants. He also spent 2 seasons with the other NY franchise. None of this should matter, but as long as Gradishar & Mecklenburg are still not let in, I'm not going to buy that it doesn't.
    His year with the NYG he was considered a FA bust.
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