Power Ranking Every Hall of Fame Class in Pro Football History

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Power Ranking Every Hall of Fame Class in Pro Football History
Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

This Saturday evening in Canton, Ohio, the Pro Football Hall of Fame welcomes its 51st class, bringing the total count of members in the Hall to 280.

To say one class is “worse” than another makes no sense when it comes to this prestigious honor. But here’s an attempt to offer a little perspective in terms of the impact of these classes, a feat that makes for a fun stroll down memory lane as we honor the game’s greatest players and contributors along the way.

And if you are looking for more information about the 280 enshrinees, here’s a shout out to the Pro Football Hall of Fame and its staff. They make it easy for writers like myself to enjoy the history of this game even more thanks to their dedication and hard work.

Congratulations to the Class of 2013. Where do you think they rank among the 51 entries on this list?

Take your time. There are a lot of memories ahead.

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