As part of our ongoing research into the question of whether off-field conduct should keep players out of the Hall of Fame (we’ve done that research in connection with our season preview magazine . . . have we mentioned that we’re doing a season preview magazine?), we came across some strong opinions regarding two receivers who have had, based on their on-field performances, Hall of Fame careers.
Randy Moss and Terrell Owens have been great players, but at times bad teammates. Possibly bad enough to delay their entry into Canton.
We take a closer look at the situation in our latest item for SportingNews.com.