Is Wilfork a HOF'er?

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    Is Wilfork a HOF'er?

    I had a colleague tell me he will be. I think he needs 3-4 more years with no drop off, but he and ngata surely are knocking on the door. Hard to put numbers on an interior lineman, but Vince simply dominates games. I cannot remember his last bad game?

     
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    Re: Is Wilfork a HOF'er?

    If he had those 2 rings, I'd say without question yes.  If he gets a ring 80% yes.  No rings 50% chance.

     
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    Seems hard to put SB wins on anyone other than a coach and QB, let alone a lineman

     
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    I think he'd basically have to reinvent the position of a nose tackle to make it into the hall of fame. I don't think he's done that, but the guy is an outrageously good player.

     
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    Didn't Wilfork start in the SB in 2004?  What is this about having no rings?

     
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    Re: Is Wilfork a HOF'er?

    Ya, wilfork has a ring people!

     
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    Nose tackles don't compile statistics that are easy for voters to gauge. Personally I think Seymour has a better chance than Wilfork but he has been "outrageously good" as mthurl stated.

     
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    Re: Is Wilfork a HOF'er?

    In response to DelGriffith's comment:
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    Seymour has been average since arriving in Oakland. His whole claim to fame since arriving there has been "leadership".  Well, I am glad Oakland is paying 14 mil per year for that. I'll take production and consistency as well as a player that offenses must account for or gameplan around.

    Wifork needs another ring, IMO.  The best NT in the game the last 9 years or so, so we'll see.

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    Seymour has played well in Oakland according to the Raider fans I know (unfortunately i know a lot). He's been to 2 pro bowls as a Raider and they gave him a huge contract so someone thinks he's doing good. I honestly avoid watching Raider games so I can't say whether or not he's earned the pay or the pro bowls.

     
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    Re: Is Wilfork a HOF'er?

    Vince has a 50/50 shot if he plays well 4 more years.

     
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    Re: Is Wilfork a HOF'er?

    I was wrong about Wilfork not having a ring.  When I think of 04 it's Keith Tractor Traylor who comes to mind as the NT.

     
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    Re: Is Wilfork a HOF'er?

    It's really tough to make it to the hall, Wilfork is the best NT in the game but it's not a position that piles up the stats that some put a lot of stock into. I think it's still to be determined. Another ring and a couple of all pro's would get him in imo

     
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    Re: Is Wilfork a HOF'er?

    In response to tcal2-'s comment:
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    I was wrong about Wilfork not having a ring.  When I think of 04 it's Keith Tractor Traylor who comes to mind as the NT.

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    Robert "Tractor Traylor" was a basketball player.

     
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