10 Players That Shouldn’t Have Made The NFL Hall of Fame – John Stallworth


Wide receiver John Stallworth is a former 4th-round pick chosen to only one All-Pro team in his entire career, along with three selections to the Pro Bowl. It was basically his four appearances in a Super Bowl that drastically improved Stallworth’s odds of being inducted into the Pro Football HOF. It’s just another classic example of how championship rings seem to be the main concern for voters, since Stallworth obviously doesn’t have the eye-popping numbers and accomplishments for a true Hall of Famer. His 537 total career catches place him at 107th all time, while his 8.723 yards receiving put him at #69.