some may have seen I was posting the question of the ageless wonder that is Frank Gore and if he will be a HoF in SB. I’d say the answer is yes due to 15k yards and #3 all time BUT he is number 28 in TD with 79. I only point this out because Corey Dillon seems a pretty good comparison (albeit less yards) and he isn’t in and doesn’t look like it’s happening. Maybe more a Tony Dorsett (in) by the numbers. I know SB can contribute but at one time, specifically around the time EG retired, I saw 10k as the sure fire mark to get in. Obviously wrong. Fragile Fred Dillon Steven jackson Ricky watters Jamal Lewis Warrick Dunn Tiki Barber Thomas Jones Ricky Williams EG (Possibly) Lesean McCoy (Possibly) Marshawn Lynch Are not in and reached the mark (Otis anderson also missed but is an outlier for being 15 years before these guys) From a TD point it appears 80 is the sweet spot with only Shaun Alexander, Priest Holmes, Dillon, Anderson Reaching w/o getting in. Lynch is a ? Peterson will get in. Alexander reached 100 but stopped at 9453 yards. This tells me there is somewhat of a sweet spot the HoF is looking for from RB and I can see the 12K/80 TD mark being that appx mark, it has to drop back down with RB getting pushed aside at 30 nowadays. I could see it dropping to about 10K (maybe even less) and 70 TD for guys starting after 2012-ish. Shame for EG then. What do you think? Of the guys that have played enough years to even make a guess at, I could see maybe Leven Bell, Todd Gurley, Zeke Elliott, and my surprising first candidate is Mark Ingram. (Outside Peterson, possibly lynch or McCoy) There really isn’t much else until you start looking at really young guys that have to produce for a few years to even get consideration.