Which Active NFL Players are Future Hall of Famers?

Which Active NFL Players are Future Hall of Famers?
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The 2023 NFL season should be one of the best in recent memory as the league is loaded with talent. There are a handful of players going into the season who are locks to make the Hall of Fame whenever they decide to retire.

So, how many active players from the three New York teams will be inducted into Canton when their careers are over?

EmpireStakes.com – your source for New York sports betting news - utilized Pro-Football-Reference's Hall of Fame Monitor to see which active players are most likely to end up in Canton. In this study, only active players who are currently on NFL rosters were considered.

Here is a look at the 10 players with the highest Hall of Famer Monitor scores going into the 2023 NFL season.

Most Likely NFL Hall of Famers

PlayerHOF Monitor ScoreStatisticsAccolades
Aaron Rodgers 192.4365.3 Comp. %, 59,055 Yards, 475 TDs10X Pro Bowl, 4X All-Pro, 4X MVP, 1X SB Champion
Aaron Donald 146.25490 TKL, 160 TFL, 103 sacks, 24FF9X Pro Bowl, 7X All-Pro, 3X DPOY, 1X SB Champion
Travis Kelce 107.21814 Rec., 10,344 Yds., 69 TD8X Pro Bowl, 4X All-Pro, 2X SB Champion
Bobby Wagner 104.751,523 TKL, 78 TFL, 29.5 sacks, 13 INT8X Pro Bowl, 6X All-Pro, 1X SB Champion
Von Miller 98.55561 TKL, 164 TFL, 123.5 sacks, 27FF8X Pro Bowl, 3X All-Pro, 1X DPOY, 2X SB Champion
Khalil Mack 89.85517 TKL, 115 TFL, 84.5 sacks, 25 FF7X Pro Bowl, 3X All-Pro, 1X DPOY
Zack Martin 88.68 NA8X Pro Bowl, 6X All-Pro
Patrick Mahomes 86.2866.3 Comp.%, 24, 241 Yards, 192 TDs5X Pro Bowl, 2X All-Pro, 2X MVP, 2X SB Champion
Patrick Peterson 84.80111 PD, 34 INT, 15 TFL, 4 sacks, 2 Tds8X Pro Bowl, 3X All-Pro
Russell Wilson 83.1064.6 Comp. %, 40,583 Yards, 308 TDe9X Pro Bowl, 1X SB Champion

All Eyes on Rodgers in Empire State

The top player on the list is none other than Aaron Rodgers, who is a shoo-in to make the Hall of Fame. Not only is he a four-time MVP, but he is also one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history. He will attract a lot of attention on New York sports betting apps.

He is a 10-time Pro Bowl selection and made the Hall of Fame’s All-Decade Team for the 2010s as he threw 305 touchdowns to only 63 interceptions in the decade. 

Rodgers will be a no-doubt first ballot Hall of Fame selection whenever he decides to retire as he has the highest Hall of Fame Monitor score by a significant margin. And now that he is on the Jets on a two-year deal, he will have a chance to add even more to that total. Earlier this summer, we looked at how Hall of Fame caliber quarterbacks do in their first seasons with new teams.

The other player in the state of New York who has a great chance of making the Hall of Fame one day is Von Miller of the Buffalo Bills. He has the fifth-highest Hall of Fame Monitor score going into the 2023 season and is widely viewed as one of the best pass rushers of this era. 

Not only did Miller make the 2010s All-Decade Team like Rodgers he also has two Super Bowl wins. He was the MVP of Super Bowl 50 and has made eight Pro Bowls. If Miller can find a way to win another Super Bowl with the Bills, he will be another lock to make the Hall of Fame. But considering that he already has 123.5 career sacks, he’s probably already considered a lock to be inducted into the Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio whenever his career is over.

Miller definitely must be taken into account when wagers are considered in New York NFL betting.

Can anyone else from the state of New York make the Hall of Fame? Two other names to consider are Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs, but both players need to continue to perform at elite levels for the next several years before they can crack the top 10 of this list. But as of right now, Rodgers – check out Aaron Rodgers' NFL MVP odds – and Miller are the only two in the state who appear to be locks to make the Hall of Fame. 

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Marcus Mosher

Marcus Mosher covers the NFL, NFL Draft and NFL news for EmpireStakes.com. The managing editor of The Raiders Wire is also a contributor to The Athletic DFW, Pro Football Weekly and FanSided, and previously wrote for FanRag Sports. He hosts Locked On Cowboys Podcast.

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