When you talk about the Hall of Fame, you have to be very selective. When you talk about the Hall of Fame, you’re talking about something incredibly special. Being great isn’t good enough so there are going to be guys who don’t make it. Now, let’s take a look at the borderline cases and the resumes that aren’t quite there yet.
Those are the Ravens that have the best arguments for enshrinement. The Ravens have other players who can at least be part of the conversation. Jamal Lewis was a special running back. He is one of just seven players to rush for over 2,000 yards in a season. Haloti Ngata was one of the best defensive linemen of all-time and he fits the once in a lifetime category.
Joe Flacco isn’t in the Hall of Fame category yet, but a Super Bowl or two could change that. Flacco is a Super Bowl MVP who has the most road playoff wins of all-time. When his career is over, Flacco could have an argument, at least from an accomplishments perspective. Justin Tucker could end up in Canton if he keeps making history with his epic kicking.