Teams With More Hall of Famers Than Wins

Re: Teams With More Hall of Famers Than Wins

Postby Eagles One » Sat Feb 15, 2020 12:33 pm

1958 Philadelphia Eagles 2 wins

Van Brocklin
Bednarik
Jurgensen
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Re: Teams With More Hall of Famers Than Wins

Postby Eagles One » Sat Feb 15, 2020 12:58 pm

1976 Buffalo Bulls 2 wins

Simpson
DeLamielleure
Jim Ringo coached them to a 0-9 record before he was fired.
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Re: Teams With More Hall of Famers Than Wins

Postby ChrisBabcock » Sat Feb 15, 2020 3:43 pm

conace21 wrote:I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned the 1958 Packers yet.

Bobby Dillon
Len Ford
Forrest Gregg
Paul Hornung
Jerry Kramer
Ray Nitschke
Jim Ringo
Bart Starr
Jim Taylor

9 Hall of Famers
1 win.


This has to be the record for difference. (8)
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Re: Teams With More Hall of Famers Than Wins

Postby SixtiesFan » Sat Feb 15, 2020 5:49 pm

1969 Miami Dolphins 3 wins

Bob Griese
Larry Csonka
Larry Little
Nick Buoniconti
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Re: Teams With More Hall of Famers Than Wins

Postby Bob Gill » Sat Feb 15, 2020 7:29 pm

If we're including coaches, the 1965 Redskins qualify:

Jurgensen
C. Taylor
B. Mitchell
Huff
Hanburger
Krause
O. Graham

Won 6, lost 8.
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Re: Teams With More Hall of Famers Than Wins

Postby BD Sullivan » Sat Feb 15, 2020 8:55 pm

The 1958 Packers and 1969 Dolphins look like textbook examples of what good coaching can do, given their respective seasons the following year.
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Re: Teams With More Hall of Famers Than Wins

Postby Saban » Mon Feb 17, 2020 3:32 am

The 1952 Cleveland Browns in August or September when Mac Speedie is enshrined.

Otto Graham
Lou Groza
Marion Motley
Dante Lavelli
Frank Gatski
Bill Willis
Len Ford
Paul Brown
and
Mac Speedie

Won 8 lost 4
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Re: Teams With More Hall of Famers Than Wins

Postby boknows34 » Mon Feb 17, 2020 11:23 am

1985 Buffalo Bills 2-14
Joe DeLamielleure (his last season)
Bruce Smith and Andre Reed were rookies.

1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0-14
Lee Roy Selmon

1989 Dallas Cowboys 1-15
Troy Aikman
Michael Irvin
HC Jimmy Johnson

And maybe one for the future; The 0-16 Lions in 2008 had Calvin Johnson.
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Re: Teams With More Hall of Famers Than Wins

Postby JohnR » Mon Feb 17, 2020 1:00 pm

conace21 wrote:I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned the 1958 Packers yet.

Bobby Dillon
Len Ford
Forrest Gregg
Paul Hornung
Jerry Kramer
Ray Nitschke
Jim Ringo
Bart Starr
Jim Taylor

9 Hall of Famers
1 win.


God made them out of clay, Lombardi moulded them into football players.
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Re: Teams With More Hall of Famers Than Wins

Postby JeffreyMiller » Mon Feb 17, 2020 1:45 pm

JohnR wrote:
conace21 wrote:I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned the 1958 Packers yet.

Bobby Dillon
Len Ford
Forrest Gregg
Paul Hornung
Jerry Kramer
Ray Nitschke
Jim Ringo
Bart Starr
Jim Taylor

9 Hall of Famers
1 win.


Man, that's deep.


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