Over the past few years, there’s been a lot of discussion about the Pro Football Hall of Fame voting process being flawed. We’ve discussed it. People thinking their specific guy (Will Shields, Jerome Bettis, Bill Parcells, Cris Carter) deserves to be there have discussed it. Even people thinking their entire league are being blacklisted discuss it.
But what are some possible solutions to the problem? Here’s one that apparently shouldn’t be on the list–let the players vote.
For Eagles, Redskins and Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb, during an appearance on a FoxSports.com show, said he would vote for himself for the Hall of Fame:
Mark Kriegel: “Would you vote for you for the Hall of Fame?”
McNabb: “Absolutely. One thing people don’t realize, I never played the game to make it to the Hall of Fame. I played the game because I love it. I played the game to win because I’m a competitor. When I step out on the field, I feel like I’m the best player on the field. Even these last two y...