Explain why Tim isn’t in Canton

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So why isn’t Tim Brown in the Hall of fame? Your talking about an NFL wide who was a nine time pro bowler and a franchise player for one of the most historic franchises. He held the record for most games played in the silver and black. Tim Brown helped the Raiders win a Superbowl and get to another. Rather it was special teams or on downs 1-3 Tim Brown was an impact player throughout his 16 year career. Over the time period he showed durability, consistency, and play making ability that has him on the record list amongst many great receivers. You can look up the stats yourself and see this guys resume. Yet somehow he has already been passed on the list 3 times

If guys like Michael Irvin, Andre Ward, and Chris Carter can make it into canton, surely Tim Brown can. The Former Heisman trophy winner was even named to the all decade team.  But I guess playing for the Raiders makes it a little bit harder to make it into the hall of fame. Ask Ray Guy, or Kenny Stabler. However, Tim Brown has a far bigger argument than both of those guys. Because of that, I know Tim Brown will eventually make it into the HOF, I just hope that hes alive to see it!

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About Pete D. Camarillo

B.A. in Journalism from CSUN and Raiders fan since birth. Work featured on Fansided, Sports Out West, various other online publications and in print. Former Sundial Sports Editor and LA Clippers intern. Follow me on Twitter: @petecertified.

Posted on June 3, 2013, in Commentary, Oakland Raiders and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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