2020 NFL Hall of Fame

  • Steve Atwater, S
  • Carl Banks, LB
  • Ronde Barber, CB/S
  • Tony Boselli, OT
  • Isaac Bruce, WR
  • LeRoy Butler, S
  • Alan Faneca, OG
  • Torry Holt, WR
  • Steve Hutchinson, OG
  • Edgerrin James, RB
  • John Lynch, FS
  • Clay Matthews, LB
  • Sam Mills, LB
  • Troy Polamalu, S
  • Simeon Rice, DE
  • Richard Seymour, DE/DT
  • Steve Tasker, ST/WR
  • Fred Taylor, RB
  • Zach Thomas, LB
  • Hines Ward, WR
  • Ricky Watters, RB
  • Reggie Wayne, WR
  • Patrick Willis, LB
  • Darren Woodson, S
  • Bryant Young, DT

Kobe Bryant (1978-2020)

Some thoughts on Kobe Bryant.

Where does Bryant rank in terms of the all-time greatest players? He actually wouldn’t be in my top five. However, I will say the following:

  1. I would put him above LeBron James;
  2. He is not the same player as Michael Jordan, but in terms of scoring ability and competitive intensity, he and Jordan are basically clones. You talk about the killer instinct, and these two might be the first two I think of. In terms of the ability to score one-on-one (not necessarily the best penetrators), in terms of non-centers, these two may be the best of all time.