LaDainianTomlinson – Definitely my favorite inductee out of this class. He was a great running back who was also a great receiver out of the backfield. I loved watching him play for San Diego and he is truly deserving of getting into the Hall on the first ballot.
Kurt Warner – This guy could sling it. I think he is one of those guys who despite a relatively short career has the resume for the Hall. He took two teams to three Super Bowls while throwing for a ton of yards efficiently and racking up some monster years.
Terrell Davis – Davis’ short career always made it tough on voters and even me. But he was truly great even if he only had four effective years. Those years, though, were outstanding – 1117, 1538, 1750 and 2008 yards while averaging a whopping 4.8 yards per carry during that timeframe before injuries limited him to 17 more games over three seasons.
Kenny Easley – One of my favorite hard hitters from when I was a kid. Glad to see him make it.Jason Taylor – I kind of overlooked Taylor. I was surprised at his sack totals, 139.5 good for 7th all-time, but I do remember him being a force throughout his career.
Morten Anderson – You can say what you want about kickers but they do deserve a place in the Hall and Anderson deserves his enshrinement. A look at his stats will show you he is at the top or near the top in totals for kickers all-time in multiple categories. And he was the all-time leading scorer for two different teams. wowJerry Jones – Love ‘em or hate ‘em, he has done much to influence the NFL even if it is just due to the debates he starts.