With the NFL season just ending with Tom Brady winning another Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, we are here today noting the veteran players who have retired and have received the title of being an NFL hall of famer and I personally would like to congratulate them.
I now congratulate- Peyton Manning.
Peyton “The Sheriff” Manning, player for 18 years with the Indianapolis Colts (1998-2011) and the Denver Broncos (2012-2015). A 5-time MVP, 14-time Pro Bowl, With 539 passing touchdowns, a 65.3 percent pass completion rate, 71,940 passing yards. With all that being recorded, there is a reason why Peyton Manning is now a hall of famer.
I now congratulate- Charles Woodson
Charles Woodson, played for the Oakland Raiders from 1998-2005 then traded to the Green Bay Packers from 2006-2012 then traded back to the Oakland Raiders from 2013-2015. With that being said Charles Woodson was a time 9 Pro Bowler, had 13 defensive touchdowns, forced 33 fumbles, had 65 interceptions, 997 solo tackles, 1220 combined tackles, and 183 passes defended. Charles Woodson is definitely a hall of famer with those defending stat lines.
I now congratulate- Calvin Johnson
Calvin “Megatron” Johnson, played for eight years for the Detroit Lions. Calvin Johnson was a 6 time Pro Bowler, has a total of 11,619 receiving yards, a total of 86.1 career average of receiving yards, 84 rushing/receiving touchdowns, 508 career points, a total of 11,787 all-purpose yards, 731 receptions, 83 receiving touchdowns, and 84 touchdowns. Calvin Johnson definitely belongs in the hall of fame for his ability to score.
I now congratulate- Drew Pearson
Drew Pearson played for the Dallas Cowboys from 1973-1983. Drew Pearson was a 3 time Pro Bowler, 7,822 receiving yards, 45 fumble return touchdowns, 489 receptions. For the time Drew Pearson played football in the 70’s and 80’s, he was dominant in the time period.
I now congratulate- Alan Faneca
Alan Faneca played for the Pittsburgh Steeler from 1998-2007, The New York Jets from 2008-2009, and for the Arizona Cardinals in 2010. Alan Faneca is a 1-time super bowl champion, has 9-time Pro Bowl appearances, and has 6 First Team All-Pro awards. Alan Feneca is known for being in teams where he knows how to win by attaining a super bowl and a lot of pro bowls.
I now congratulate- Bill Nunn
Bill Nunn is noted to being a sports writer, newspaper editor, and NFL scout for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
I now congratulate- John Lynch
John Lynch played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1993-2003, then played for the Denver Broncos from 2004-2007. John Lynch has won 1 Super Bowl championship, appeared in 9 pro bowls, has a total of 727 solo tackles, has 1059 combined tackles, 16 forced fumbles, and 68 defended passes. John Lynch is definitely a hall of famer of his great playing of tackling a defense.
I now congratulate- Tom Flores
Tom Flores played for the Oakland Raider from 1960-1966, The Buffalo Bills from 1967-1969, and the Kansas City Chiefs from 1969. Tom Flores is a 1-time pro bowl, a 1-time Super Bowl champ, a 1-time AFL champ. Tom has also had, 838 passes completed, 93 passing touchdowns, has a 67.6 passer rating, 12,255 total offense, 11,959 passing yards, and 9 career game comebacks.
I congratulate them all to surpass to become the best of the best of the game of football so congratulations to these players.