The fact that Wright and Harris are not in is BS, and Harvey Martin and Ed Jones should get very strong consideration. When I see some of these guys like Howie Long get in over Martin/Wright and Harris/Jones, that's just rediculous. Long was not a player before my time. Saw him his entire career. Hall of Very Good. Same deal with Carl Eller. John Stallworth. Jim Kelly. Lynn Swann. Marv Levy. Nick Buoniconti. The selections post 1999 class have been poor, IMO. If the voters want to continue witholding the honor, then the Lombardi trophy should be renamed the Landry Trophy. Apparently, Coach Landry is clearly the greatest coach of all time since he could achieve what he did with so few HoF level players. I hear some reporters point to the 3 Super Bowl losses. They lost them by an average of 3.5 points and 2 were against the beloved Steeler dynasty. The last one being generally mentioned as one of the greatest Super Bowls ever. On Bob Hayes, all I've seen is what ESPN classic and NFL Films has shown and what I've read. He's way before my time. From what I saw though, it seems he was mainly athletically superior. Does that alone get you in the Hall? I think a legit argument can be made that speed alone is Bob Hayes' claim to fame and, honestly, another really fast WR would have shown up at some point down the line and "changed the game" instead. Statistically, he was good for 3 to 4 catches per game average and made the most of those catches due to being uniquely fast. I mainly remember seeing film of him tucking his tail in the Ice Bowl and reading his hands were average. People who saw him play, I'd be happy to hear additional perspectives and eat my words. In my eyes, it's similar to the Fritz Pollard induction, which is crap. The guy was a journeyman player who is going in because he happened to be one of the first black players and the first black head coach. I just don't give credit for being the first anything if all you're being is who you are. Somebody else would have come along. Just my 2 cents.