NFL Hall of Fame 2011: Touchdown Machine Cris Carter Passed Over By the Hall

February 6, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

NFL Hall of Fame 2011 Class Doesn't Include Legendary Receiver Cris Carter
Cris Carter caught a whopping 130 touchdown passing during his illustrious NFL career. 
Apparently, that wasn't good enough for him to catch on in Canton in 2011.
Carter joined Jerome Bettis as the biggest snubs of this year's Pro Football Hall of Fame voting, meaning he will have to assume his place among the NFL greats.
He wasn't the biggest receiver and certainly wasn't the fastest, but his precise route-running and sure hands made him one of the most reliable targets in NFL history.
Carter's statistical accomplishments are admirable, but he will be remembered for perfecting catches along the sidelines while keeping both feet in bounds.
He will also be remembered as Randy Moss' mentor in Minnesota, when he teamed with the young star and the underrated Jake Reed to give the Vikings an absolutely lethal combination on the outside.
Based on his standing in the NFL's all-ti...

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