Pro Football Hall of Fame: Which Finalists Get Busted In 2015

Pro Football Hall of Fame: Which Finalists Get Busted In 2015

Tonight the Pro Football Hall of Fame selection committee announces the 2015 induction class from a list of 18 finalists. According to the rules the hall can elect a minimum of five and a maximum of eight for enshrinement each year.

Only five candidates will be selected from the 15 Modern-Era finalists. Add in the two Contributor Category finalists, Bill Polian and Ron Wolf, plus the one Senior finalist, Mick Tingelhoff, and there could easily be eight new Hall of Fame inductees wearing gold jackets next August.

Who will be the in the group introduced to fans at the Super Bowl tomorrow night? Here’s the rundown from least to most likely…

Pro Football Hall of Fame Shame: Jerry Kramer Not Honored Yet

 Pro Football Hall of Fame Shame: Jerry Kramer Not Honored Yet

The Pro Football Hall of Fame Senior Committee will be meeting soon to select two candidates to add to the list of 2015 finalists. One name, Jerry Kramer, needs to be heard that day.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame: Ranking the 2014 Finalists

The Pro Football Hall of Fame: Ranking the 2014 Finalists

The Pro Football Hall of Fame announces its new inductees tonight. Who are they likely to be and who should they be?

Hall of Fame Class Of 2013: Profiling Dave Robinson

Hall of Fame Class Of 2013: Profiling Dave Robinson

Dave Robinson finally receives his due as an irreplaceable part of Vince Lombardi‘s Green Bay Packers dynasty.

Dropping Back In NFL History: George Allen, The Future is Now

Dropping Back In NFL History: George Allen, The Future is Now

George Allen never met a draft pick that he couldn’t trade for more veterans to add to his football teams.

 

Pro Football Hall of Fame: Rating the 2013 Finalists

Pro Football Hall of Fame: Rating the 2013 Finalists

Rating the 15 candidates on the finalist list for the 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame class from least to most likely for induction.

Dropping Back In NFL History: The Million Dollar Backfield

Dropping Back In NFL History: The Million Dollar Backfield

In the mid-1950’s the San Francisco 49ers had a backfield anchored by Joe “The Jet” Perry that ran through and around the defenses of the NFL.