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Do you guys think Mark Clayton should be a HOFer?

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He scored 84 TD's and was part of a passing game that revolutionized the passing game.

 

Four seasons of double digit TD's.

 

Five seasons over 1,000 yards.

 

Maybe he falls short, but his numbers are solid.

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20 minutes ago, freddyjj said:

What does this have to do with the Bills?

 

He did a lot of his damage to the Bills.

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1 minute ago, Just Joshin' said:

Nope, not close to dominating.  Maybe not best on his team.

 

Are you referring to Mark ‘Super’ Duper??

 

Yes, they were good WRs and had speed, but they were products of Marino.  He could make any WR look great.

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He is a HoFer...in Kentucky. 

29 minutes ago, KD in CA said:

 

Are you referring to Mark ‘Super’ Duper??

 

Yes, they were good WRs and had speed, but they were products of Marino.  He could make any WR look great.

 

Clayton was definitely the better of the two WRs

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1 hour ago, KD in CA said:

 

Are you referring to Mark ‘Super’ Duper??

 

Yes, they were good WRs and had speed, but they were products of Marino.  He could make any WR look great.

I disagree with this line of thinking.  Duper and Clayton were good WR's as you state.  They ran the routes and had to get open.

Marino was able to put the ball where it needed to be consistently, but he wasn't working with stumble bums out there.

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1 hour ago, valle78787878 said:

NOPE HE WAS NOT THAT GOOD 

 

 

OK, OK! Ya don’t have to yell! 🙉

 

To the OPs question, he has the numbers. The Hall is overflowing with WRs though, which makes it a tougher challenge to consider older retirees at the position. Look how long it took Andre -with equal #s. Then there’s the new phase of how the game is played and more WRs will likely see 84 TDs & multiple PBs, fair or not. So my guess is no going forward.

 

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6 hours ago, njbuff said:

 

He did a lot of his damage to the Bills.

Less than 10 TDs in 11 years vs Bills.  And none in p layoff games against Bills.  He was okay. 

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He was good, no doubt.  HOF? 

Just after Steve Tasker

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6 hours ago, KD in CA said:

 

Are you referring to Mark ‘Super’ Duper??

 

Yes, they were good WRs and had speed, but they were products of Marino.  He could make any WR look great.

 

,,,,Marino and the "Marks Brothers" were entertaining, but neither WR merits HOF IMO............

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1 hour ago, HOUSE said:

He was good, no doubt.  HOF? 

Just after Steve Tasker

I read the final sentence quickly, and saw ‘just ask Steve Tasker’.  I was going to say we’re picking on him in another thread.  Time for more coffee.  😴

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9 hours ago, freddyjj said:

What does this have to do with the Bills?

It's about football....you can check other topics...we discuss things not related to the Bills here...

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27 minutes ago, nucci said:

It's about football....you can check other topics...we discuss things not related to the Bills here...

Gotcha - my understanding that topics must have Bills the is erroneous. 

 

Seemed like a random topic as he has been out of league 26 years and out of the news.  

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31 minutes ago, freddyjj said:

Gotcha - my understanding that topics must have Bills the is erroneous. 

 

Seemed like a random topic as he has been out of league 26 years and out of the news.  

Yeah, we do random stuff here too

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10 hours ago, njbuff said:

He scored 84 TD's and was part of a passing game that revolutionized the passing game.

 

Four seasons of double digit TD's.

 

Five seasons over 1,000 yards.

 

Maybe he falls short, but his numbers are solid.

 

Good player but not HOF worthy

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45 minutes ago, Ethan in Portland said:

No. Hall of the very Good

I wanna post exacty this.

 

If you let guys in like Clayton, who had a couple elite seasons playing with an MVP-caliber QB, you'd have to let in guys like Antonio Freeman, Marques Colston, Anthony Miller, etc.

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Mark Clayton and Mark Duper were a dynamic DUO on Miami.  

 

Duper was inducted (with Mark Clayton) into the Miami Dolphins Honor Roll in 2003.  

 

I think so 

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12 hours ago, freddyjj said:

What does this have to do with the Bills?

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