NFL: New York Jets' Winston Hill Should Be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Honor Warren Wells TheTorchSenior Writer IIFebruary 16, 2011

CANTON, OH - AUGUST 3:  Pro Football Hall of Famer (Class of 1985) Joe Namath waves as he is introduced during the 2003 NFL Hall of Fame Induction ceremony on August 3, 2003 in Canton, Ohio.  (Photo by David Maxwell/Getty Images)
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We, the undersigned fans of Mr. Winston Hill, hereby offer a letter of support for his enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.

Mr. J. W. Nix has presented a sound case for consideration of the achievements of Mr. Hill. You may find a link to the article below for review and consideration.

During a forum with more than 60 college students, several questions and points were raised. Some of them are listed below:

  1. How can a quarterback be recognized in the Pro Football Hall of Fame without consideration of the role and effectiveness of players who protected the quarterback?
  2. If one considers the NFL data for Mr. Hill, we recognize that his work was outstanding and is comparable to others who have been recognized and honored by the Pro Football Hall of Fame. We have done comparative studies to confirm what may be an oversight or an error.
  3. We respectfully request that an assessment of Mr. Hill's contributions be made in order to determine if, indeed, he should be added as a candidate for enshrinement.

The article, which presents sound documentation of the Mr. Hills' qualifications, is provided for your perusal.

Thank you.



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