NFL games will enter into their 100th season as soon as the preseason matches are over. Before that, the list of Pro Football Hall of Famers will be announced in August. The club already has 326 members and a lot more will be added soon. There are a total of 32 NFL teams and each one has several players who can be given the honor. Here are the potential Hall of Famers from the teams of Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons and Baltimore Ravens.
Larry Fitzgerald is fully confirmed to be the next Hall of Fame entry from the Arizona Cardinals team. Terell Suggs is also considered to win the honor for playing at his home team. Chandler Jones has high chances if he performs well in the next few games. Patrick Peterson is worthy for the Hall of Fame list, but his PED suspension can endanger that. David Johnson needs to avoid injuries and have an outstanding regular NFL season to do the trick.
1) Asked Kliff Kingsbury if QB Kyler Murray is unequivocally his starter now. No hesitation: “Yes.” Murray’s impressed everyone. While I was there, he made a throw rolling right, where he flicked it down the seam to Larry Fitzgerald on the move got a few “wows” from teammates.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) August 6, 2019
Julio Jones just needs three more yards in the next season and he will enter the top 20 at his position. If his All-Pro place is secured, then the next stop is nothing but the NFL hall of fame. Matt Ryan is close to making his 7th quarterback locks after six consecutive seasons. There is high competition and he needs to stand out from the crowd. Alex Mack has performed well for both Atlanta and Cleveland and can win for any of the team.
Explosive Plays (15+ yards); 2018 #NFL WRs
Julio Jones 50
DeAndre Hopkins 42
Mike Evans 42
Brandin Cooks 37
— PFF Fantasy Football (@PFF_Fantasy) August 5, 2019
Earl Thomas has performed well in both Seattle and Baltimore Ravens to win an entry in the NFL hall of fame club. Marshal Yanda has been considered as the top interior lineman for a long time. He might win the honors this year for sure. There have been only two kickers in the history of the hall of fame and it includes Jan Stenerud and Morten Anderson. Justin Tucker has to be the third name and fight hard for the title.
Stat of the Day:
Earl Thomas is the only player in the NFL with 25+ INTs and 10+ forced fumbles since 2010 pic.twitter.com/qdMzSroHjZ
— NFL Stats (@NFL_Stats) August 13, 2019