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Nobody is going to count his last 3 years for his Hall of Fame resume unless they try to say that he played for 7 years; but nobody is buying that. I'm taking these running backs not because they can contribute, not because they have the potential to play for a long time, but instead, I'm taking them because they are all-world greats.He is going to be compared to Gale Sayers in that they played for only a handful of years (4 in TD's case, 5 in Sayers' case), and the Hall of Fame wants to see longevity combined with stats. TD had more impact on the game in his 4 short seasons than Curtis Martin did in his 11. I want players who were absolutely dominant even when everyone was gunning for them. Terrell Davis (signifying greatness), or Curtis Martin (signifying longevity).The flaw to that system is that they shun some truly "all time great" players. They shun Bo Jackson because he didn't play long enough, but ask yourself this, "If you had a time machine and you could enter the 1995 draft and draft either Terrell Davis or Curtis Martin (they were both 1995 draft picks), and you knew that you'd get only 4 years from Davis, or 11 from Martin, who would you pick? Curtis Martin will always be remembered for being a back that had longevity. Or a back who's legacy is based off of simply not getting injured? I want a back who I can ride to championships, not a back that simply keeps me from drafting his replacement for 10 years. Try to be objective and not look through orange and blue glasses.

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I want Randy Moss in 2007 (98 rec, 1493 yds, 23 TD) over Kevin Curtis in 2007 (77 rec, 1110 yds, 6 TD).

It isn't that Curtis had a bad season, quite the opposite, he had over 1,000 yards, it's just that I want GREATNESS on my team.

Martin played in the National Football League for the New England Patriots and the New York Jets and amassed the fourth highest total of rushing yards in NFL history.

Martin entered the NFL in 1995, as a third round draft pick of the New England Patriots. He won the Offensive Rookie of the Year Award after rushing for 1,487 yards, and was named to the Pro Bowl.

He also won the Fed Ex Ground Player of the Year Award in 2004.

Martin made history for being the oldest player in history to lead the league in rushing at 31 years old.If I could jump into a time machine and go back to 2007, I'd pick up Randy Moss over Kevin Curtis every day of the week. Instead, they have full disclosure and full information about how impactful the players are, full information about their stats and their games played, and anything else you might want to know about them. His stats are what they are, but in that 11 year career, Martin was only a pro-bowler 5 times and 1st team once. Take those seasons out of the mix, and he averaged 1,422 yards per season.They use this information to pick the best of the best; So how in the world did they pick Curtis Martin over Terrell Davis? Take out his injury riddled final season where he retired halfway through, and he averaged an eye-popping 1,603 yards per season! In his effective 4 year career, TD made the Pro-Bowl 3 times and was a 3 time 1st team All-Pro. He also topped 2,000 yards when only 3 people had done it.This debate has raged on ever since I heard the news about Curtis Martin making it into the Hall of Fame.My simple stance was this: "I would rather have great players for a little time than good players for a longer time." See, I want greatness on my team.Look, I get it, Curtis Martin had an 11 year career in which he averaged 1,200 yards. That in and of itself is remarkable, but when you take into account how many 2nd half games that TD sat out because the Broncos were blowing the doors off of teams, him reaching 2,000 yards is simply astonishing.

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