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10 Worthy Hall of Fame Special Teams Players

As an in-depth and extremely avid football fan, I take all three phases of the VERY seriously. Here are some choices of Hall of Fame special teams players that I think should at least, AT LEAST garner some hall of fame consideration in years to come. Let’s get it started.


10.) Andy Lee, P. San Francisco 49ers (2004-2014), Cleveland Browns (2015), Carolina Panthers (2016), Arizona Cardinals (2017)

Career stats: 217 games played. 1,135 punts, 52,666 yards, 46.4 ypp., 107 (TB), 372 (punts inside 20), 4 blocked punts, 39.6 net avg., 82 (long)

Andy Lee was drafted in the 6th round (No. 188 overall) by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2004 NFL draft. His impressive accuracy and overall hang-time are what make him a truly special punter.

Not to mention, he is 8th all-time in punts inside the 20 and hits them at a rate of 32.8% of the time.


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