Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Eric Dickerson rips Hall of Fame for excluding New York Giants Michael Strahan

Odds are like most sensible folks you were shocked to find out that  former New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan did not receive the honor of  becoming a first-ballot Hall of Fame entry.

The presumed diss by the sportswriters that decide who is allowed entry into the Hall of Fame immediately rocked those that follow the NFL.

On Saturday, it was bigger news than Adrian Peterson edging out Peyton Manning for the prestigious MVP award.

Legendary running back Eric Dickerson has never been one to keep his opinions to himself.

When TMZ found him, he shed a lot of light on how he feels about Strahan being kept out of the hall.

“Has a sportswriter ever lined up against Michael Strahan? Has a sportswriter ever lined up across from me? No, I wish one would, ’cause I could run over their asses,” Dickerson said.

“I think they’re biased in a lot of ways. They don’t like certain guys … Them sportswriters don’t even know how to put uniforms on, most of ‘em.”

The video is below.

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