This Sunday, the NFL will induct seven new players into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
And there are a number of players currently playing who will one day join them in football immortality.
Using Bleacher Report's NFL 1000 rankings for the league's top 50 players—as compiled by Bleacher Report's Matt Miller—I ascertained whether each player would one day be enshrined in Canton, Ohio.
A number of factors went into each decision. While some players (think: Tom Brady and Peyton Manning) are no-brainers, others present a complex conundrum.
There are bona fide stars who have only authored one or two Hall of Fame-caliber seasons; is it safe to project them to make the hall? And how about players who possess Hall of Fame talent but can't avoid the injury bug?
Past inductions at each player's position also went into the decisions, as resumes can be compared to each other.
It's time to buy or sell the NFL's best 50 players as eventual Hall of Fame inductees.