Post future Hall of Famers that are under 30, Any sport welcome
Affirmative Action, a Super Bowl win, an MVP, and a record like that are HoF worthy. He'll be in the HoF, there's no doubt.
Hopefully Kuechly wins DPotY a couple more times, he's definitely good enough.
1) He's tied for it.
2) He's thrown for 4k, one time, by 51 yards. That's a problem.
3) He's got an attitude problem and rubs a lot of people the wrong way.
4) This is his first dominant year.
5) Bert Jones, Boomer Eaison, Ken Stabler. He could be just like them.
6) He needs many, many, many more years to be considered, QBs last a long time, he needs to put up the numbers.
>This is his first dominant year.
You're a casual football fan. 2013 panthers were 12-4 regular season.
>as does Bell
Ben is a lock, easily.
Miller will get consideration after finishing top 10 in TE receptions and yards, if he isn't there already. Unfortunately Steelers game didn't allow him to pad stats like, say, Jason Witten.
Megatron (although I think he just turned 30)
Maybe Draymond Green
Maybe Bell if he recovers well from that injury
Probably most of the LoB crew if they get to another owl
>Miller will get consideration after finishing top 10 in TE receptions and yards
2 time probowler.
>Not padding passing stats
2 SBs, choked in both.
Zero SB MVPs
Zero all pros.
Worst probowlers by QBs
Run first offense babby
>No player in NFL history since merger has gotten in without at least 1 all pro.
>4 probowl QB
> HOF QB
We both know Jamie is better desu nigga
Sup again, samefag. Putting some extra work into your autismic posts and screencaps I see.
Miller is 8th in all time TE yards, and will pass Kellen Winslow this year. The 6 other TE's above him will all be HoFer's. I'm guessing he's about the same place in receptions. By no means does that put him in the same category as those above him, and will still a longshot, but it's enough to give him consideration, which he will get.
Ben is a two time Super Bowl champ and just put up MVP numbers the two seasons before this one. He was on his way to do so again this year before injuring his MCL. He's only 33 and will continue to put up those kind of numbers with all the weapons around him. But it doesn't matter at this point, because he was a lock 5 years.
not really, how much is that saying really? he has to compete with non-undrafted WR's too.I mean he's good don't get me wrong, but certainly not HOF good.
Especially when there's already a log jam at the WR position to get into the HOF.
>mfw no current bengals player is a hall of famer
Yeah, you're right. Still, the bar is set lower for undrafted players and fundamental receivers last forever in this league. There are a couple guys who were never the best receiver in the league at any point, but were simply productive for a really long time
100% lock, even if he retired today. The GOAT of our generation, of any sport
Did you not even fucking watch Hurns play this season?
Literally put the team on his back for most of the games.
>Miller is 8th in all time TE yards, and will pass Kellen Winslow this year.
He needs 12 years to pass what a 1980s TE did in 9.....congratz?
>The 6 other TE's above him will all be HoFer's
1) Tony G
5) Newsome (1980s TE)
6) Smith (1960s TE)
1, 2, 3 and 4 are the ones from his era......literally raping the shit out of Miller's stats.
>but it's enough to give him consideration, which he will get.
None of that is true.
Gronkowski elevated the standard of a TE, Miller has absolutely ZERO chance.
>Ben is a two time Super Bowl champ
So is Jim Plunkett and Eli MannINT.
22.6 rating "champ"
> just put up MVP numbers the two seasons before this one
2014 - 4952 yards, 32 TDs, 9 ints, 68% completion.
Real MVP - 35 TDs, 5 ints, 66% completion.
2013 - 4261 yards, 28 TDs, 14 ints, 64% completion.
Real MVP - TDs alone - 55 TDs.
Neither year had MVP stats, try again.
He threw 21 TDs and 16 picks with his amazing receiving corp.
That's shit, he should have easily 1/2 those picks and twice the TDs.
>He's only 33
Birthday 3/2, so he's 34 very soon.
You say that like he hasn't missed 21 games in his career due to injuries, he's fragile af
>But it doesn't matter at this point, because he was a lock 5 years
zero all pros
4 pro bowls at the QB position.
Lowest rating in SB history by a winning QB.
The Raiders have always been the team that fucks (you)r bitch, fuck off bitch nigga.
>thinking you can make the HOF without earlobes
You just made my day, thanks man, have a webm
literally the most dominant player at any position in any sport
no getting carried by his team
just speed and strength and size and reflexes
One of the best LBs in the league and still almost entirely off the radar. Literally the 2nd coming of Derrick Brooks.
Here's some game film
This guy right here, and I fucking hate the Habs.
When Packer fans say KUUUUUUUUUUUUUUHN or Steeler fans say HEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAATH it sounds like booing too, but that's not booing.
>yfw jj watt is only 26
feels like hes been in the league forever already
that's what media endorsements, ESPN shoving him down throats, and being the only good player on a team does.
Only a matter of time before he jumps ship to a good team unless the Texans turn it around
eventually the league has to acknowledge him right?
Jamie Collins is the better of the 2 I think, but Hightower is a better run stuffer, Collins seems to have more of the instincts, and in my opinion, intangibles will always trump the tangibles.
read the thread, you knock off mexican rapist
not so fast, fatass. You are going to run out of breath