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Ronde Barber

July 10, 2011

Super Bowl champion. 2000′s all decade team. All around good dude. That’s Ronde Barber. He’s a premier corner back for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who has played more than effectively into years most would consider to be past his prime. His name isn’t on the shortlist of future hall of famers, but he has name […]

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Derrick Mason

August 28, 2009

Derrick Mason, not typically in the HoF discussion, has quietly assembled a solid career as wide receiver for the Tennessee Titans and the Baltimore Ravens. After a brief retirement, Mason will return to the Ravens for the 2009-10 season looking to finish what he started. Can he continue where he left off with 1000+ yards seven out of his last eight seasons? How does Mason stack up against other wide receivers of his generation? Will Derrick Mason have enough left in his tank to make it to the Hall?

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Steve McNair

August 7, 2009

Steve McNair was one of the toughest quarterbacks to ever take a snap in an NFL game. He played through pain and injury and was fearless in and out of the pocket. Drafted third in the 1995 NFL Draft by the Houston Oilers, McNair didn’t take the helm until the 1997 season. After two 8-8 seasons, McNair lead his Titans to Super Bowl XXXIV where they most memorably came up a foot short of the goal line on a pass to Kevin Dyson as time ran out. Nicknamed “Air” McNair, he was as impressive with his legs as he was with his arm, racking up 31,304 passing and 3,590 rushing yards. So the question remains, is he Hall or No Hall?

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