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  1. Don't think we can punish someone when they haven't broke any rules.
  2. Final Vote Count: Krieg: 6 Still: 2 Nelson: 6 James: 4 Fuller: 4 Congrats to Dave Krieg, Darrin Nelson, Roland James, and Steve Fuller. HOF class of 1995.
  3. Dave Krieg: Consistency, Longevity, Tops in most career categories. Yes Art Still: Sure he isn't top 2 dl, but he is still in most top 3's. He had 7 pro-bowls which meant he was among the best at his position the majority of his career. A position that's not heavily celebrated or appreciated. Yeah he only had one double digit sack season, but how many dl ever can produce like that consistently? I am going to say Yes. Darrin Nelson. I thought he should have gotten in last year as he was the best dual threat rb in his day. Yes. Roland James: Solid, longevity, but not spectacular. No. Steve Fuller: Probably his last shot to get in. Solid career numbers, mvp, and super bowl winner. Yes.
  4. I looked at those guys but didn't think they were worthy. A 1 time pro bowler or a lb who never once had double digit sacks doesn't seem to be worthy of the best of the best. Clark was the closest of the bunch but there were better wr's who didn't make it before and there are better who have yet to be nominated. This was a light year as far as quality retirees but the standards are always the same. That's why I thought it was a good year to get some quality guys another shot at the hall who just barely missed previously. Next year is going to be a loaded class.
  5. Reminder of the Criteria: The WTF Hall of Fame will ran by the HOF Committee. The Committee will consist of the HOF Commissioner (myself) and 5 committee members. The introductory committee will consist of Drake, Kamp, Stalltalk, Arncoem, and DT. The Commissioner will nominate all eligible players and the committee will vote. Only the Committee members can vote, but all league owners can respond and discuss in the voting forum. Guidelines for Eligibility: A player will require 66% of the vote to become a hall member. The player has to have played at least 5 seasons. The player has to have retired at least 3 seasons ago. A player can only be eligible a maximum of three different times. If they don't accumulate enough votes three times, they can no longer be eligible in the future. There will be a maximum of 5 eligible players allowed for nomination per year. There will be no minimum. Owners are eligible to join the HOF, but must have played at least 10 seasons or impacted the league dramatically (ie, Brooks-wtfphile) 1995 Hall of Fame Candidates: David Krieg, QB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=18 Dave Krieg was the 3rd overall pick in the inaugural WTF draft. Krieg was one of the most dependable, consistent, and accurate throwers out there. He is a 2 time All-Pro, 3 time Pro-bowler, and 1983 Offensive MVP. Dave Krieg is 2nd all time in Passing Yards, TD's, Attempts, and completions, trailing only Dan Marino. Krieg played 13 seasons and never had a qb rating under 98. He finished his career wiith 29,285 passing yards, 351 td's, and a passer rating of 119.1. Art Still, DL http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=694 Art Still was one of the more dependable defensive lineman in the World Tecmo Federation. He was an original draft pick in 1980 of the Houston Oilers, moving to Dallas for his final 11 seasons. Art Still was a 2 time All-Pro, 7 time Pro-Bowler, and 1987 Super Bowl Champion. He is 3rd all time in dl sacks, 5th in tackles, and tied for 2nd for most sacks in a season. Darrin Nelson, RB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=1294 Another multi-faceted RB, Darrin Nelson was an elite runner and pass catcher for the Giants and Dolphins franchises. Nelson is a 2 time All-Pro, 4 time Pro-Bowler, 1984 Super Bowl Champion, and had 8 consecutive years of over 1,000 yards rushing and 7 straight years of 30+ receptions. Darrin Nelson is 8th all time in rushing yards, 4th in rushing td's, 1st in rb receptions, 1st in receiving yards, and 5th in receiving td's at the time of his retirement. He owns the 3rd most rushing td's in a season with 31 and finishes his career with a 9.0 ypc. This is Nelson's 2nd nomination for the HOF. Roland James, DB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=895 Roland James not only played a dozen seasons but played them all with one team, the Kansas City Chiefs. Under Chief Jr's tutelage James went on to be a 4 time All-Pro, 6 time Pro-Bowler, and 2 time Super Bowl Champion. James is 5th all time in interceptions, 1st in tackles by a db, tied for 1st with 5 interceptions in a single game, and tied for most db return td's at the time of his retirement. James started to fade during his final years but was still a solid contributor to the Chiefs team. This is James' 2nd nomination for the HOF. Steve Fuller, QB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=39 Steve Fuller was a player who always over achieved and eventually went on to dominate the league for a 4 year stretch. During this time Fuller was a 2 time All-Pro, 3 time Pro-Bowler, the 1985 Offensive MVP, and a 1983 Super Bowl champion. Fuller was then traded to the Dolphins where he continued to put up good numbers. Fuller is 6th all time in passing yards, 5th in touchdown passes at the time of his retirement, and has a career qb rating of 109. This is Fuller's 2nd nomination for the HOF.
  6. Are you saying, you are only voting for Anderson and not even Tippett? Regardless, Andre Tippett and Ottis Anderson are your 1994 HOF class, congrats.
  7. Warren Moon: It's close, but I give him the nod. Very consistent numbers throughout his entire career. Shorter career, but still tops in many categories. A bit of a gunslinger when mr.tsb had him but impressive stats and a player who's worthy imo. YES Andre Tippett: 2nd in sacks and tackles, defensive mvp, consistent pro-bowler. Hard to keep him out with that resume. YES Roland James: On the fence here. His overall numbers, accolades, and 2x sb champion seem to me that he should get in. I just don't feel like he ever dominated though, as he had a few very avg seasons, and never had more than 12 ints in a season. NO Ottis Anderson: 1st in career rushing yards, by a lot. YES Darrin Nelson: He may not have all the pro-bowls as some other candidates but he was just as valuable. Not only does he hold most rb receiving records, but is also top 10 in rushing yards and top 5 in rushing td's. YES
  8. Reminder of the Criteria: The WTF Hall of Fame will ran by the HOF Committee. The Committee will consist of the HOF Commissioner (myself) and 5 committee members. The introductory committee will consist of Drake, Kamp, Stalltalk, Arncoem, and Bo. The Commissioner will nominate all eligible players and the committee will vote. Only the Committee members can vote, but all league owners can respond and discuss in the voting forum. Guidelines for Eligibility: A player will require 66% of the vote to become a hall member. The player has to have played at least 5 seasons. The player has to have retired at least 3 seasons ago. A player can only be eligible a maximum of three different times. If they don't accumulate enough votes three times, they can no longer be eligible in the future. There will be a maximum of 5 eligible players allowed for nomination per year. There will be no minimum. Owners are eligible to join the HOF, but must have played at least 10 seasons or impacted the league dramatically (ie, Brooks-wtfphile) 1994 Hall of Fame Candidates Warren Moon, QB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=1727 After briefly playing and dominating in the Canadian Football League, Warren Moon was given a chance to show off his arm with the Washington Redskins in the WTF. Due to his late start in the league, Moon only played seven seasons. But in those seven seasons he averaged 34 touchdown passes and 3,100 yards per season. He was a 3 time All-Pro, 4 time Pro-Bowler, and the 1986 Offensive MVP. Warren Moon was 7th all time in passing yards and 8th in td's, again in a shortened career. Moon also owns 2 of the 3 top seasons for passing yardage, 3rd most completions in a season, and finished with a career passer rating of 115.0. Andre Tippett, LB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=1395 Andre Tippett was a mainstay on the Bengals teams for years. He was an early draft pick and delivered right away. He had double digit sacks his first six seasons and leaves WTF as one of the most celebrated LB's in his day. Tippett was a 4 time All-Pro, 6 time Pro-Bowler, and the 1983 Defensive MVP. When he retired he was 2nd all time in sacks, 2nd all time in tackles, he owns the single game record for sacks with 9, 2 of the top 3 single game tackle records, and shares the single season record for tackles. Roland James, DB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=895 Roland James not only played a dozen seasons but played them all with one team, the Kansas City Chiefs. Under Chief Jr's tutelage James went on to be a 4 time All-Pro, 6 time Pro-Bowler, and 2 time Super Bowl Champion. James is 5th all time in interceptions, 1st in tackles by a db, tied for 1st with 5 interceptions in a single game, and tied for most db return td's. James started to fade during his final years but was still a solid contributor to the Chiefs team. Ottis Anderson, RB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=179 Another HOF candidate who played twelve seasons with the same team. Ottis Anderson may be the best running back to ever play in the World Tecmo Federation. He was a dominant duel threat out of the backfield for the Eagles. He is an 8 time All-Pro, 11 time Pro-Bowler, and 1985 Super Bowl Champion. He is 1st all time in rushing yards, 1st all time in rushing td's, 2nd all time in rb receptions and yards, and 1st all time in receiving and total td's. Anderson owns the no.2 spot for rushing td's in a game with six, and finished his career with a 9.3 ypc. Darrin Nelson, RB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=1294 Another multi-faceted RB, Darrin Nelson was an elite runner and pass catcher for the Giants and Dolphins franchises. Nelson is a 2 time All-Pro, 4 time Pro-Bowler, 1984 Super Bowl Champion, and had 8 consecutive years of over 1,000 yards rushing and 7 straight years of 30+ receptions. Darrin Nelson is 8th all time in rushing yards, 4th in rushing td's, 1st in rb receptions, 1st in receiving yards, and 5th in receiving td's. He owns the 3rd most rushing td's in a season with 31 and finishes his career with a 9.0 ypc.
  9. Browns beat Cincy 35-7. GG Thrash and gl in offseason.
  10. Elway: His overall numbers don't blow me away and originally I wasn't going to vote for him. After digging in, it's hard to find much fault, as he was crazy consistent every season and can't fault him for a somewhat short career. YES Gajan: Again, super consistent. 9 straight seasons of over 1,400 rushing yards. 8 pro bowls in 10 seasons. Top 5 overall in rushing yards. YES Hill: Probably the only class where he would be the second best wr. Dominant during his era. YES Solomon: No brainer. YES WInslow: Owned every tight end record when he retired. 10 pro bowls in 11 seasons. YES
  11. Reminder of the Criteria: The WTF Hall of Fame will ran by the HOF Committee. The Committee will consist of the HOF Commissioner (myself) and 5 committee members. The introductory committee will consist of Drake, Kamp, Stalltalk, Arncoem, and Bo. The Commissioner will nominate all eligible players and the committee will vote. Only the Committee members can vote, but all league owners can respond and discuss in the voting forum. Guidelines for Eligibility: A player will require 66% of the vote to become a hall member. The player has to have played at least 5 seasons. The player has to have retired at least 3 seasons ago. A player can only be eligible a maximum of three different times. If they don't accumulate enough votes three times, they can no longer be eligible in the future. There will be a maximum of 5 eligible players allowed for nomination per year. There will be no minimum. Owners are eligible to join the HOF, but must have played at least 10 seasons or impacted the league dramatically (ie, Brooks-wtfphile) 1993 HOF Candidates: John Elway, QB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=1432 John Elway was selected with the 1st overall pick in the 1983 draft by the Green Bay Packers. Though his career was cut somewhat short due to injuries, Elway was as accurate and precise as they come. John Elway was the 1983 Offensive Rookie of the Year, 3 time All-Pro and Pro-Bowler. He has the 2nd highest career passer rating of 130, and is 3rd all time in completion percentage. He never had a season under 114 passer rating and finished with 209 td's to only 42 interceptions. He also added 1,500 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns on the ground. Hokie Gajan, RB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=1142 Hokie Gajan was never blessed with incredible speed, but utilized his elusiveness, power, and versatility to become of the best running backs in WTF. Gojan is a 3 time All-Pro and 8 time Pro-Bowler. He is 4th all time in rushing yards, 6th in rb receptions,10th in rushing td's and 7th in total td's. Gajan finished his career with a 8.9 ypc, 15,789 rushing yards, and 144 total touchdowns. Drew Hill, WR http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=348 Drew Hill was the 1st round pick for the Cleveland Browns franchise in the inaugural WTF draft. After a brief retirement after his first season, Hill came back to dominate the World Tecmo Federation. Hill was a 5 time All-Pro and Pro-Bowler. He had a 6 year stretch where he averaged 1,900 yards and 17 tds including the 1984 season where he set the single season records for yards and receptions with 91/2,926/22. He also owns the 3rd most receiving yards in season and 3rd most receptions in a season as well. Age eventually caught up to Drew Hill but he finished his career 2nd all time in receiving yards, 2nd in receptions, and had 144 receiving touchdowns. Freddie Solomon, WR http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=349 Freddie Solomon was one of the main cogs of the Pittsburgh Steelers run 'n' gun offense that dominated the 80's. Solomon was a model of consistency and dominance as he is a 7 time All-Pro, an 8 time Pro-Bowler, and a 2 time Super Bowl Champ. He dominates all the WTF receiving records. Solomon is 1st all time in receptions, 1st in receiving yards, 1st in receiving touchdowns (2nd all time is 80 touchdowns away from his record), and holds the top 3 receiving touchdown single season records with 32/31/30. Kellen Winslow, TE http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=379 Kellen Winslow is the 1st Tight End to be nominated for the WTF Hall of Fame. At a position often neglected, Winslow showed the league how he could transform an offense. Winslow is an 8 time All-Pro and 10 time Pro-Bpwler. He dominated the tight end position for 11 seasons. At the time of his retirement he was 1st all time in tight end receiving yards, receptions, and touchdowns. In his first year of action he set the record yards per catch in a season with an astounding 58.0 ypc. He finished his career with 4 seasons over 900 yards, 37 ypc, and 81 touchdowns. .
  12. Final Vote Count: Dave Waymer: 1 Steve Fuller: 3 Ronnie Lott: 1 Mark van Eeghen: 6 Congrats to Mark van Eeghen, your 1992 HOF'er.
  13. Van Eegen: No brainer. 10 year run at the highest level. Yes. Lott: His all time numbers hold up, even if he did have a couple down years. I hated playing this dude. I vote yes. Waymer: Gotta pass. Fuller: Even though he had a short window of being dominate, he accomplished more in those years than most did in their entire careers. Yes.
  14. Reminder of the Criteria: The WTF Hall of Fame will ran by the HOF Committee. The Committee will consist of the HOF Commissioner (myself) and 5 committee members. The introductory committee will consist of Jesusluvsme4ever, Chiefs Jr, Stalltalk, Arncoem, and Bo. The Commissioner will nominate all eligible players and the committee will vote. Only the Committee members can vote, but all league owners can respond and discuss in the voting forum. Guidelines for Eligibility: A player will require 66% of the vote to become a hall member. The player has to have played at least 5 seasons. The player has to have retired at least 3 seasons ago. A player can only be eligible a maximum of three different times. If they don't accumulate enough votes three times, they can no longer be eligible in the future. There will be a maximum of 5 eligible players allowed for nomination per year. There will be no minimum. Owners are eligible to join the HOF, but must have played at least 10 seasons or impacted the league dramatically (ie, Brooks-wtfphile) And on to the candidates: Dave Waymer, DB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=903 Dave Waymer was drafted in the 1st round of the 1980 WTF draft by the Detroit Lions. Waymer was a 4 time All-Pro and 5 time Pro-Bowler. He is 5th all time in interceptions with 83, hitting his high water mark with 16 interceptions in two different seasons. He also has 6 career playoff interceptions. Dave Waymer was also an outstanding tackler ranking in the top 10 all time tackles by a db. This is Waymer's 2nd year as a nominee. Ronnie Lott, DB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=1237 Ronnie Lott was the 1st overall selection in the 1981 draft by the Chicago Bears. He was a true monster of the midway who could cover the entire field by himself. Lott was a 3 time All-Pro and 7 time Pro-Bowler. He is 6th all time in interceptions, 7th all time in db tackles, 6th in db sacks, and tied for 1st with 2 interceptions returned for a td. Ronnie Lott also shares the single game record for most interceptions in a game with 5. Steve Fuller, QB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=39 Steve Fuller was a player who always over achieved and eventually went on to dominate the league for a 4 year stretch. During this time Fuller was a 2 time All-Pro, 3 time Pro-Bowler, the 1985 Offensive MVP, and a 1983 Super Bowl champion. Fuller was then traded to the Dolphins where he continued to put up good numbers. Fuller is 6th all time in passing yards, 5th in touchdown passes, and has a career qb rating of 109. Mark van Eeghen, RB http://www.wtf2.puretecmo.com/main/player_hist.php?pID=158 Mark van Eeghen was one of the most dominant rb's in WTF history and was a staple on the Steelers for his entire 10 year career. Van Eeghen was a Pro-Bowler in 9 of those seasons, a 5 time All-Pro, and a 1988 Super Bowl champion. Van Eeghen averaged over 10 yards a carry per season, never had a season below 1,500 rushing yards, was 5th all time in rushing touchdowns, owned the all time career rushing yards record at the time of his retirement, and finished his last 3 seasons with over 2,000 rushing yards in each season. He also holds the best rushing yards per attempt with 14.3 in his final season.
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