Who Should Be in the Fantasy Football Hall of Fame?

August 6, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Do you remember when Chuck Muncie had 19 rushing touchdowns for the San Diego Chargers in 1981? How about when Spec Sanders delivered 18 rushing scores for the then-New York Yankees in 1947?
No? That's OK, we don't either. But those epic statistical campaigns would have been incredibly fun fantasy seasons. Which brings us to this question: Which NFL players have enjoyed the most significant stretches of statistical success, worthy of recognition for the Fantasy Football Hall of Fame? An imaginary Canton, Ohio, if you will.
If we are to consider historical incumbents worthy of induction, Jim Brown's dominant Sundays for the Cleveland Browns, Dan Marino's magical pass-happy seasons for the Miami Dolphins, the San Francisco 49ers' peerless Jerry Rice and '90s rushing sensations Emmitt Smith and Barry Sanders are undeniably worthy of bronze busts.
But for this piece, let's hone our focus on the age of the internet and the rapid ascension of fantasy football over the past 16 ...

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