The Pro Football Hall of Fame was once an exclusive club for the best players and coaches in the sport's history. Now? It's become far more inclusive, and football legend Deion Sanders thinks that's a problem.
In a recent video, Sanders called the Pro Football Hall of Fame a "free for all." What he means by that is there's way to many players getting in who wouldn't have been worthy of the prestigious honor a decade or so ago.
"The Hall of Fame ain't the Hall of Fame no more," said Sanders.
He's got a point. Some of the players being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame these days aren't well known.
"Zero lies told, and the class that went in last weekend proved it," one fan wrote.
"Facts!! This is what I’ve been saying," another fan commented.
"Super interesting to hear one of the s talk about this. I totally understand what he’s saying too. Even among hall of famers, there probably should be special distinctions for people like him, Jerry Rice, LT etc," a fan wrote.
It'd be interesting to hear from other NFL legends on this.
There should probably be a special distinction for players like Deion Sanders; he's simply in another class compared to recent inductions.