The Daily Grind Video


Cooperstown is tainted and the Basketball Hall of Fame is a joke. The Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH is clearly the best Hall of Fame of all sports. Their 2010 induction ceremony is taking place this weekend. I could easily talk about the egregious snubs that happened recently, but I don’t want to take away from anyone else’s shine. These seven players have worked their asses off over the courses of their careers. Congratulations Class of 2010.


Guard; 6-3, 273
Career: 1981-1991 Washington Football Team. 11 seasons, 140 games

He ran with the Hogs on the famed Washington Redskin offensive line and started as rookie. I mean, when you play in four Super Bowls, play in four straight Pro Bowls and your named to the 1980s all-decade team then hell yeah, you’re a Hall of Famer.


Linebacker; 6-2, 243
Career: 1981-1993 Saints, 1994-95 49ers. 15 seasons, 227 games

He was what Dominique Wilkins or Clyde Drexler was t