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August 1, 2011, 02:05 PM
Randy Moss has retired...

That is two locks for the Hall in five years...

Brett Favre
Randy Moss
Comment #1 has been removed
August 1, 2011  02:58 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Maybe the Bears should sign them.

Favre and Moss would give the Bears a legitimate shot at the Super Bowl in my opinion.

August 1, 2011  10:54 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

Favre and Moss would give the Bears a legitimate shot at the Super Bowl in my opinion.

Even if you go back 5 years ago I dont think they would fit very well in Martz's scheme which calls for timing and crisp routes. Favre is an impulsive gun slinger and Moss is a deep jump ball guy.

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August 1, 2011  11:27 PM ET

Favre is defiantly a Hofe'r even though his career didn't end on the best notes, Moss I'm not sure about a lock for the HOF, he did some things well but also had an equal amount of negativity, JMO.

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August 1, 2011  11:45 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

153 Touchdowns...That is first ballot...

Sometimes character plays into the voting as well as accomplishments.

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August 4, 2011  12:38 AM ET
QUOTE:

Randy Moss has retired...That is two locks for the Hall in five years...Brett FavreRandy Moss

Farve is a lock .. I don't know about Randy Moss. There's no doubt he's deserving of it, but I doubt he makes the first ballet

August 4, 2011  12:41 AM ET
QUOTE(#8):

If it is on the field...he is a lock...

No it's not. In our eyes it may be so. But we're not voting on it. I doubt Terrel Owens makes into the the hall of fame for a while after he decides to retire either. We'll see what happens. Cris Carter is still not in the hall of fame, you know why?
Because of what he did off the field ...

August 4, 2011  12:41 AM ET
QUOTE(#9):

I don't know about Randy Moss. There's no doubt he's deserving of it, but I doubt he makes the first ballet

I didn't know Moss could dance. I'll assume that second ballet is still impressive.

August 4, 2011  12:43 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

Favre is defiantly a Hofe'r even though his career didn't end on the best notes,

Agreed. No one gets to go out like John Elway. Most guys sputter to the finish line.

August 4, 2011  12:44 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

Favre and Moss would give the Bears a legitimate shot at the Super Bowl in my opinion.

You must have been soaking in the Hot Tub Time Machine!

August 4, 2011  12:44 AM ET

You're funny. Thanks for pointing out the spelling error, that's a pet peeve of mine.

August 4, 2011  12:44 AM ET

Quad!

August 4, 2011  12:46 AM ET
QUOTE(#14):

You're funny. Thanks for pointing out the spelling error, that's a pet peeve of mine.

I hate that too. But I could see Randy tip-toeing around gracefully. With a doobie in his hand...

August 4, 2011  12:48 AM ET
QUOTE(#10):

No it's not. In our eyes it may be so. But we're not voting on it. I doubt Terrel Owens makes into the the hall of fame for a while after he decides to retire either. We'll see what happens. Cris Carter is still not in the hall of fame, you know why?Because of what he did off the field ...

Favre's off the field antics (arguably much worse than Moss) will be ignored.

August 4, 2011  12:49 AM ET

Oops. Meant to quote #9

August 4, 2011  12:51 AM ET

Pet Peeve is a funny word.

I've always admired it.

 
August 4, 2011  12:53 AM ET

Moss a lock? Hmmmm....

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