Matt Ryan Ahead Of Russell Wilson HOF Odds

10. Jason Peters, T, (86.43)

Pro Football Reference gives Peters an 86.43 Hall of Fame metric, which is the 10th highest among active players.

Peters has had a storied career from going undrafted to becoming one of the best tackles in NFL history.

After a tremendous and long career, Peters will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

9. Vonn Miller, OLB, (97.03)

Miller is currently 19th in history in sacks recorded and if he can play another two seasons, Miller will easily crack the top 10 most sacks in NFL history.

He won the AP Defensive Player of the Year in 2012 and 2016, has been selected to nine Pro Bowls, and three First-Team All-Pro (2012, 2015, and 2016).

Miller has been one of the best and most feared pass rushers in NFL history and he will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

8. Travis Kelce, TE, (98.22)

Pro Football Reference gives Travis the seventh-highest Hall of Fame metric among all TEs in NFL history.

Kelce has been selected to the Pro Bowl for eight straight years and he was chosen to three First-Team All-Pro (2016, 2018, and 2020).

When Kelce retires, he will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall Of Fame.

7. Bobby Wagner, ILB, (101.33)

Pro Football Reference gives Wagner the third-highest HOF metric number among all active defensive players in the league.

Wagner has been an excellent leader on defense and he will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

6. Matt Ryan, QB, (105.00)

Matt Ryan comes in with a Pro Football Reference HOF metric of 105.00.

The metric for Ryan seems high as he is listed above QBs like Ben Roethlisberger (two-time SB champion) and Russel Wilson who won a Super Bowl and has appeared in two SBs.

There will be a debate about whether Ryan is a Hall of Famer or not when he retires, which could be as soon as after the 2022 NFL season.

5. Julio Jones, WR, (107.24)

Julio Jones is fifth among active players on the Pro Football Reference’ HOF metric, with a 107.24 metric number.

He was selected to two first team All-Pro (2015 and 2016), Pro Football Hall of Fame team All-2010s, seven pro bowls, and won the 2015 AP Offensive Player of the Year.

Unlike his former teammate Matt Ryan, Jones deserves a high HOF metric number.

4. JJ Watt, DE, (126.00)

JJ Watt is ranked fourth on the active player HOF metric number.

He won the AP Defensive Player of the Year three times (2012, 2014, and 2015), and the AP MVP award in 2014.

He will retire after the 2022 NFL season and there is a very good chance Watt will be inducted as a first-ballot Hall of Famer in five years.

3. Aaron Donald, DT, (143.85)

Pro Football Reference gives Aaron Donald the second-highest Hall of Fame metric number of all defensive tackles in NFL history.

He was selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame team All-2010s and seven first-team All-Pro (2015-2021) and won 2014 Defensive Rookie of the Year.

Donald is still playing at a high level, so he may not retire soon but when he does, he will be a first-ballot HOFer.

2. Aaron Rodgers, QB, (189.94)

Aaron Rodgers has the third-highest Pro Football HOF metric number of any QB in NFL history and he deserves it.

Rodgers is a four-time league MVP, has been selected to four first-team All-Pro (2011, 2014, 2020, and 2021), and has won seven Associated Press Offensive Player of the Year awards.

Rodgers will go down as a top 3-5 QB to ever play the game.

1. Tom Brady, QB, (262.61)

Tom Brady’s metric number is the highest of any player ever.

Brady is a seven-time Super Bowl-winning QB and he has been in 10 Super Bowls.

Brady has won three MVPs, two OPOYs, three first-team All-Pro, and was selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame team All-2010s.

When Brady decides to retire he will be known as the greatest to ever play in the NFL and is the most obvious first-ballot Hall of Famer ever.

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