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  • I say no.
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  • HoF, no way... maybe the RoH but that's tops.
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  • What's ROH ?
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  • No ring of honor maybe but no way

    His career numbers are not that good.

    Carrer durign the 11 years he started more than 7 games
    80.2 Qb rating
    17tds per year avg
    3k yads per year
    59 compt%
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  • Ring of Honor.
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  • I love Matt, but of course not. Who on Earth ever suggested he should be?
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  • You mean the Boston College Hall of Fame? Sure.
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  • John63 wrote:No ring of honor maybe but no way

    His career numbers are not that good.

    Carrer durign the 11 years he started more than 7 games
    80.2 Qb rating
    17tds per year avg
    3k yads per year
    59 compt%


    You're viewing these stats in a modern context. An 80 PASSER RATING, not QB RATING, was above average in the early 2000s believe it or not.

    Still nowhere near a HoF career, but let's at least consider the era.
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  • Maelstrom787 wrote:
    John63 wrote:No ring of honor maybe but no way

    His career numbers are not that good.

    Carrer durign the 11 years he started more than 7 games
    80.2 Qb rating
    17tds per year avg
    3k yads per year
    59 compt%


    You're viewing these stats in a modern context. An 80 PASSER RATING, not QB RATING, was above average in the early 2000s believe it or not.

    Still nowhere near a HoF career, but let's at least consider the era.



    Perhaps but lets say 2004 he was 17th and that was with a 83 QB rating. In fact he never ranked higher than 3rd his career in Qb raring and that was 2005. of this 11 years of 7 or more games he avg 16th so even back then not great
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  • John63 wrote:
    Maelstrom787 wrote:
    John63 wrote:No ring of honor maybe but no way

    His career numbers are not that good.

    Carrer durign the 11 years he started more than 7 games
    80.2 Qb rating
    17tds per year avg
    3k yads per year
    59 compt%


    You're viewing these stats in a modern context. An 80 PASSER RATING, not QB RATING, was above average in the early 2000s believe it or not.

    Still nowhere near a HoF career, but let's at least consider the era.



    Perhaps but lets say 2004 he was 17th and that was with a 83 QB rating. In fact he never ranked higher than 3rd his career in Qb raring and that was 2005. of this 11 years of 7 or more games he avg 16th so even back then not great


    In 2004 he had an 88.8 PASSER RATING, which was good for 8th in the league.

    Only 15 quarterbacks had a PASSER RATING above 80.
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  • ROH absolutely, HOF no, he was not a guy that could carry a team if needed, he was a piece of a complex offense that needed everyone to work correctly, yes he was the field general, but not HOF.
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  • No.

    And I really liked Matt. But he's not a hall of fame quarterback.

    The only Seahawk hall of famers under Holmgren are Jones and Hutchinson. Alexander sparks a ton of debate, but I'll be surprised if he ever makes it.

    Matt Ryan > Matt Hasselebeck when it comes to Boston College "Matt"
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  • Loved Matt, but he's not HoF material.
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  • No, although I would argue his heroics in the playoff victory against the Saints (best remembered for Beastquake) was among the best QB performance in Seahawks playoff history (Wilson's heroics against Green Bay are tarnished by his helping to dig the hole in the first place and starting now very tired motifs of "he can't play in the rain" and we can't play well in the first half).
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  • Why was this even a question? No
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  • Definitely not
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  • If there was a "good guy" and best personality section of the HOF, then absolutely. I mean the Seahawks "practice slides" video on Youtube should be rewatched at least once a year

    Matt still might be my favorite Seahawk of all time (or at the very least top three) but he's nowhere close to HOF material.
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  • Seanhawk wrote:I love Matt, but of course not.


    This.

    Seanhawk wrote:Who on Earth ever suggested he should be?


    Nobody ever. At least not that I've ever heard.
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  • Listen, I like Matt, as much has the next fan but Hasselbeck is not HoF worthy.

    Seahawks, legend, and Ring of Honor but no where near HoF.
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  • Both Alexander and Lynch should be tho...
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  • More deserving, and shouldn't be in either:

    Philip Rivers
    Eli Manning
    Phil Simms
    Matt Ryan
    Carson Palmer
    Vinny Testaverde
    Drew Bledsoe
    Joe Flacco
    Donovan McNabb
    Alex Smith
    Tony Romo
    Dave Krieg
    Cam Newton
    Boomer Esiason

    Dude was a legit multi-year starter, the first this team had since Krieg left town. He had a great personality and played well. But there are so many QBs who I'd put farther up the list than him. He only was picked for the Pro Bowl three times and obviously had no All-Pro selections, not even second team.

    If that Wilson guy keeps playing at high level for a few more years he'll have a really good shot.

    We've been so lucky to get a solid QB then a top one back to back after suffering through so much crap at the position for so long. There were some small bright spots like Moon and Kitna along the way, but having the better part of 20 years of a Hasselbeck/Wilson situation has been so good.
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  • Good QB for the Hawks , but HOF ? Not in my world.
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  • Lol no.

    I thought it was stupid when Card fans were stumping for Carson Palmer, and he had better numbers.
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  • Hass is way better than Palmer
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  • K.J WRIGHT wrote:Hass is way better than Palmer


    No.
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  • K.J WRIGHT wrote:Hass is way better than Palmer


    Matt Hasselbeck in 17 years, 209 games, and 160 starts:

    5,330 Att., 3,222 Cmp., 60.5 Cmp.%, 36,638 Yds., 212 TD, 153 Int, 82.4 Rtg.

    Carson Palmer in 14 years, 182 games, and 181 starts:

    6,307 Att., 3,941 Cmp., 62.5 Cmp.%, 46,247 Yds., 294 TD, 187 Int, 87.9 Rtg.

    Palmer is not a HoFer.

    He WAS better than Hasselbeck.
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  • Yes! I said what I said!
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  • Spohawks wrote:Yes! I said what I said!


    Hall of fame for most gracefully bald men, maybe.
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  • Maulbert wrote:
    K.J WRIGHT wrote:Hass is way better than Palmer


    Matt Hasselbeck in 17 years, 209 games, and 160 starts:

    5,330 Att., 3,222 Cmp., 60.5 Cmp.%, 36,638 Yds., 212 TD, 153 Int, 82.4 Rtg.

    Carson Palmer in 14 years, 182 games, and 181 starts:

    6,307 Att., 3,941 Cmp., 62.5 Cmp.%, 46,247 Yds., 294 TD, 187 Int, 87.9 Rtg.

    Palmer is not a HoFer.

    He WAS better than Hasselbeck.


    Palmer was the real deal. He was legitimately seen as a top-3 quarterback before his knee got destroyed by Von Oelhoffen. His 2005 season was great, he threw the ball so effortlessly. I always wonder how his career would've gone if the Bengals weren't cursed - and coincidentally how Seattle's 2005 season would've gone, because the Bengals were gonna beat the Steelers if Palmer was able to play the game.

    Hell, even the play Palmer got injured on (their first offensive play of the game) was a completed 66 yard bomb to Chris Henry.

    If Palmer were a Steeler or something, he'd be in the Hall of Fame conversation. I'm confident in that.
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  • Maelstrom787 wrote:
    Spohawks wrote:Yes! I said what I said!


    Hall of fame for most gracefully bald men, maybe.

    I was thinking of a bald joke for justification but I had nothing...strong work!
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  • Spohawks wrote:
    Maelstrom787 wrote:
    Spohawks wrote:Yes! I said what I said!


    Hall of fame for most gracefully bald men, maybe.

    I was thinking of a bald joke for justification but I had nothing...strong work!


    Glad to hear we were on the same wavelength there. Great minds, etc etc.
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