Shake the Hall of Fame Tree To Get More Oakland Raiders Under the Shade

We have the freedom to ask questions of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Why aren't more Oakland Raiders honored in Canton, Ohio? Some of you know the answer.

I cannot pretend that I do not know.

Once a group of us hone our research skills and prepare proposals to challenge and charge the Pro Football Hall of Fame to come up with a better process, no doubt more Oakland Raiders will be enshrined.

For several years now, I have paid attention to the selection process of the HOF in Canton, Ohio. In fact, I visited there in 2009, and you can be sure that I am going to make more visits to the HOF.

When I visited there in 2009, I was appalled at some selections and encouraged by others.

Among other sources, I have read many articles by JW Nix, and the travesties are evident. Something must be done.

I have this tendency, as a researcher, to study issues, looking for complete and exhaustive analysis and comparisons.  I search for both the existence and uniqueness of the careers of many players.

Many questions are being compiled. The issues of which I have developed a great deal of concern will be challenged by the presentation of a proposal.

Who will receive the proposal for a shakedown and shakeup of the way things have been done without a thorough consideration of the validity and reliability of some of those past decisions?

I don't know, but as a reader of this article if you would like to suggest names for the list, just post those names in the comment strand.

Too often we have not, because we ask not. With the freedom and use of certain media we can now prepare a discussion of issues, and present them to those who can make a difference.

Of course, those people who get the proposals just may ignore our pleas for things to be done differently. Nevertheless, it is our duty to raise questions and to challenge ...

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