Bill Polian, the longtime Colts executive and Pro Football Hall of Fame member, turned some heads when he commented yesterday about Terrell Owens and Randy Moss' hopes of reaching Canton.
In an interview with Clark Judge on the Talk of Fame network, Polian said he wouldn't vote for either prolific wide receiver:
Bill Polian on keeping T.O. AND Randy Moss out of the HOF.. My God 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/zZ9lriXzmo— #PayZEUS (@fearthe_beard11) February 27, 2017
Owens and Moss were headaches, at times, but both rank among the top three all-time in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. These two aren't borderline cases. Plus, there are many teammates who have gone to bat for both guys, including Tom Brady for his former #1 target:
Brady has said that Moss was the smartest and one of the hardest-working players he's ever played with. I'll go with that. https://t.co/35kNp8227c— Doug Farrar (@BR_DougFarrar) February 27, 2017
Bottom line: A Hall of Fame not including two of the most dominant and feared players of their era seems ridiculous.