start the hub slowly. . make it a work in progress. . . you know the players you think are the top five I am sure. . so just start there. . and everytime you go back to it, add or edit and then. . when you are happy with it and are ready to publish it you will be even happier with the results.
BeBe was awesome. I'll never forget him running Leon Lett down in the Super Bowl, or when he bounced off his head in the playoffs when he went up in the air and caught a ball. However, with there only being 5, he would've had to beat out Reed as the greatest receiver.
I think fitzpatrick will be one of the best qb's after kelly and kemp. Jackson is having his 1st big year so its hard to say I dont think he's be compared to thurman or oj but hes better then antwuan smith.
I thought Jets fans hated the Giants. Norwood was a pretty good kicker who just happened to miss a tough field goal at a moment when the whole world was watching. 47-yards on grass (and not that nice grass they have on fields today -- we're talking about that garbage dump that was Tampa Stadium) is not a gimme for any kicker.
You can make an argument for Steve Tasker. He is possibly the greatest special teams player to play the game (non-punt and kick off returner). You can also put Kent Hull in the conversation. He is arguably the greatest Buffalo Bill offensive lineman.
Yeah, Kent Hull was the key to a productive K-Gun offense during those Super Bowl years. Directing the blocking schemes correctly is critical when defenses know the best way to stop the offense is to send a variety of blitz packages. I really believe Jim Kelly and Thurman Thomas are Hall of Famers thanks to Kent Hull. I can't think of any non-returner who was a more important special teams player than Steve Tasker.