Baltimore Ravens: Most likely Ravens to enter the Hall of Fame
Honorable mentions pt.2:
Nose tackles are people, too! Defensive linemen have a hard time getting into the Hall of Fame because of so much discussion over what stats make a good resume for induction. If we just separated nose tackles from defensive tackles this wouldn’t be a problem. Rant aside, Haloti Ngata is one of the greatest nose tackles of all-time, hands down. What Ngata was able to do as a gap-eating, pressure producing big-man is unheard of. You can stack up Ngata’s numbers to another nose tackle who is considered a Hall of Famer, Vince Wilfork, and give the edge to Ngata in nearly every category. Unfortunately, Ngata will likely have trouble getting his bust in Canton, but he is more than deserving.
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The most accurate kicker of all-time, Justin Tucker may still have a long road ahead of him thanks to the position he plays, but he’s on the right track. With a Super Bowl title to his name and a couple First-Team All-Pro nods, Tucker is definitely fairing towards G.O.A.T. status. Tucker has never missed an extra point in his career and holds the NFL record for longest field goal made in an indoor stadium at 61-yards. As long as Tucker plays for a long time, he should get into Canton one day, maybe as the greatest to ever kick a pigskin.
Half-man. Half-amazing. C.J. Mosley will probably live forever in the shadow of Ray Lewis as a great inside linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens, but my goodness is he still a tremendous player. In just four seasons in the league, Mosley is already a 3x Pro Bowl and Second-Team All-Pro selection with nearly 500 career tackles and eight sacks and interceptions. Regarded as one of the top linebackers in the league, Mosley does the dirty work that sometimes goes unappreciated. A quiet leader, Mosley is the golden boy for the saying, “Speak softly and carry a big stick.” Mosley is trending towards the Hall of Fame and still has so much youth left in him to leave a large mark on the team as an all-time great Raven.