Re: HOF hopefuls...
- I posted this a year and a half ago, and Randy astutely pointed out
that I had somehow forgotten Vinatieri. Vrabel and Wilfork were also
mentioned as possibles.
The only reason I bring it up again now is that there seems to be
another player that has toiled almost unnoticed, except to Pats fans.
Another player who will be worthy of consideration when his time
comes. That would be Kevin Faulk. Considering his versatility and
contributions, I'd consider placing him in the probable category.
--- In email@example.com, "Frank" <frank.dana@...> wrote:
> Now that it's come up, in the Bob Kraft era, who do you think is or
> will be deserving of the Pats HOF honor after retirement. Just off
> the top of my head, my suggestions would be...
> The locks:
> The killer B's - Brady, Brown, Bruschi
> also Ty Law
> Milloy, Seymour
> Ted Johnson, Dan Koppen, Willie McGinest
> Too early to tell, but on the right track:
> Ty Warren
> I'm sure I'm missing someone, but it ain't Chris Canty.
- Faulk will likely contend for the Pats HOF - though there will be much contest at the time he retires and waits the requisite five years. Still he's absolutely shown himself to be more than anticipated.I'm still amazed when I think that JR Redmond did the Faulk role in that final SB 36 drive - and yet he was replaced by Faulk one year later...and clearly that was the right choice.Go Pats!Zip