Sport Kyle Shanahan thinks Nick Bosa should have been an All-Pro
30 biggest Hall of Fame snubs in NFL history
Not everyone gets to Canton when they finish their NFL career, but these 30 players have been overlooked when it comes to getting a gold jacket. As Hall of Fame finalists for the class of 2022 get announced, it seems fitting to look at those who have been overlooked by the Hall of Fame and deserv e to get more attention for how great their careers were. These are the top 30 Hall of Fame snubs in NFL history. Who are the biggest Hall of Fame snubs in NFL history? 30. Tiki Barber Tiki Barber was one of the best players on the New York Giants of the late 1990s and early 2000s.
On the surface, making or not making the All-Pro team doesn’t mean much, unless of course significant incentives are tied to the designation. At a deeper level, a snub could provide motivation, for example, for any players who will be playing playoff games in the days after the All-Pro team is announced.
49ers defensive endvery well may derive some motivation on Sunday against the Cowboys due to his omission from the All-Pro team.
“I definitely think Bosa should be there,” 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan told reporters on Friday. “There’s no doubt about that, I don’t think people appreciate how good Bosa is, play-in and play-out. I’ve heard people talk about him for comeback player of the year and every time they say that I can’t believe he hasn’t been mentioned in defensive player of the year. So that was a surprise to me.”
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Bosa, putting him at fifth among all edge rushers.
A year after missing most of the season after suffering a Week Two ACL tear, Bosa finished the season with 15.5 sacks, fourth in the league. He had 32 quarterback hits, good for third in the league.
It’s hard to make a stronger case for Bosa as defensive player of the year over, who tied the single-season sack record of 22.5 in only 15 games. But Bosa is indeed one of the finest pass rushers in football, and Shanahan’s praise will come in handy this offseason, as Bosa likely pursues a second contract similar to if not better than the $27 million per year that his brother Joey has gotten from the Chargers.
More immediately, Bosa can prove voters wrong — and set himself up for a major payday — by wreaking havoc on the Cowboys’ offensive line on Sunday.
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Jimmy Garoppolo has no designation, Nick Bosa “looking good” to play .
49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (right shoulder/right thumb) had another full practice Thursday and is set to start against the Packers on Saturday night. Garoppolo has no designation. Garoppolo injured his shoulder in the second quarter of the win over Dallas while trying to protect his thumb as he hit the ground. In the second half, [more]Garoppolo has no designation.