I'd say no.
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He was a solid RB for the league for a few years and an ok RB for others. But that's it.
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-Dog Houses players
-HORRIBLE management of players and motivation
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Nah he won't make it but he was a beast for a good few seasons there
Don't see HOF production, no.
Love Portis, but no. The closest he'll get is that he was traded for Champ Bailey who will be a HOFer.
I would put Rickey Watters in before Portis.
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If he stayed in Denver I'd say yes. Dude took a pounding in Washington.
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Portis was very good but certainly not a hall of famer.
Uhh no. Terrell Davis is ten times the HOFer Portis is and TD may never see the Hall.
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If portis had stayed in denver hed def been a hall of famer. Man I loved portis he was ourmost talented back we ever had. Then the skins ruined him by making him gain 20 pounds and drove him into the RB grave
There are too many in there now who don't belong, they really should be far more selective. Portis is not a Hall of Famer.