2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductees: Breaking Down This Year’s Class

August 8, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For fans who grew up watching football in the '90s, the 2015 Hall of Fame class is stacked with some of the most dynamic and memorable players of that decade. From a running back who bowled over defenders to the defensive end who has a Super Bowl ring for every finger on one hand, this year's class is truly special.
Let's break down the players who comprise it.
Jerome Bettis, RB, Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams (1993-95), Pittsburgh Steelers (1996-2005)
Few bruising backs were as fun to watch as Jerome Bettis. Aptly nicknamed The Bus for his downhill, powerful style, Bettis separated himself by being surprisingly nimble and shifty for a man his size. It's no wonder he rushed for 13,662 rushing yards and 91 rushing touchdowns in his career. 
Basically, Marshawn Lynch is the Bettis of this current era. 
Bettis was a Super Bowl champion himself, along with being the Offensive Rookie of the Year in 1993 and the Comebac...

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