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In a year where the 2013 NFL Hall of Fame Class included several worthy first time nominees and snubbed finalists from prior years, someone was going to get the “Hi Hat.” And Michael Strahan was that Giant–that came up a little short. And while this may be a disappointment for the great #92, the consolation prize is that he’ll be eligible for enshrinement next season,where the Superbowl festivities will be held at Metlife Stadium and Gotham City– venues where Michael Strahan carved out his TV and Hall of Fame careers.
Before the votes were caucused by NFL Sports Writers, I perceived that either Strahan or Sapp would make it. But not both. Allen and Ogden were locks, but Chris Carter and Bill Parcells have been left at the alter with tears in their bouquets for some time now, and with Carter’s ESPN visibility and incessant whining, the football gods opened up the pearly gates for both. Hence it came down to Strahan or Sapp. Both perennial All Pro’s, Super Bowl
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Odds are like most sensible folks you were shocked to find out that former New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan did not receive the honor of becoming a first-ballot Hall of Fame entry.
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The 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductees were announced recently, and the biggest criticism made on the 2013 inductees was leaving New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan off the list. How far has the Hall fallen to leave this man off the list?
Arguments can be made denying him entry because he might not be a first ballot Hall of Famer, however, evidenced by the players...
Michael Strahan didn't get elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but the former Giants defensive end thinks he will get in eventually.
In a shock to end all shocks, New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan was not given the honor of being selected as a first-ball Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee.
Strahan will not be a part of the 2013 class that features a lot of variety.
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Former New York Giants’ defensive end Michael Strahan will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame…someday, but not in 2013. When the Hall of Fame announced its new members on Saturday night, Strahan was passed over for Bill Parcells, Cris Carter, Larry Allen, Jonathan Ogden and Warren Sapp. Many people assumed the popular and talented Strahan, who holds the NFL single...