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Who we’d vote into the Pro Football Hall of Fame

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Who we'd vote into the Pro Football Hall of Fame


We asked 57 analysts — reporters, editors and former players — which five modern-era finalists they would vote for as the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2020.

Here are the top six vote-getters (we had a tie at No. 5), led by a first-time-eligible player. The class will be chosen by the Hall of Fame selection committee on Saturday in Miami and will be formally announced during the NFL Honors award show.

Point system explained: First-place votes are worth five points, second-place votes worth four, third-place votes worth three and so on. Full results are at the bottom.

THE LOCK

1. Troy Polamalu: 227 points

Safety: Pittsburgh Steelers, 2003-14

Résumé highlights: Two-time Super Bowl champion (XL, XLIII); four-time first-team All-Pro; last defensive back to win Defensive Player of the Year award (2010).

Key stat: 32. Polamalu had 32 career interceptions, and also forced 14 fumbles, recovering seven.

They said it: “His actions as a human being were just as impressive as any of the many inhuman plays he made on the football field.” — Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert


CLOSE CALLS

2. Steve Hutchinson: 82 points

Guard: Seattle Seahawks 2001-05; Minnesota Vikings 2006-11; Tennessee Titans 2012

Résumé highlights: Seven-time Pro Bowl selection; named to the league’s All-Decade team of the 2000s.

http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/28584309/who-vote-pro-football-hall-fame-57-nfl-analysts-pick-their-class-2020

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