The Los Angeles Rams led by Matthew Stafford were crowned as the Super Bowl Champions after they defeated the Cincinnati Bengals in a very closely contested match in which the big players of the Rams stepped up when it mattered the most to win the Super Bowl.
Matthew Stafford had played a big part in the Super Bowl triumph of the Rams as he, OBJ, and Cooper Kupp made many big plays to ensure that the Rams were on their track to reach their ultimate goal.
Matthew Stafford has proved his doubters wrong who thought he won’t be able to do the job at the Los Angeles Rams but he led them to a Super Bowl win in just his first season after getting traded to the Rams from the Lions which has boosted his chances of getting into the hall of fame as of now.
Former NFL player Shannon Sharpe was asked about the Hall Of Fame chances for Stafford and he said, “When it’s all said and done, his numbers are going to speak up for themselves.”, referring to Stafford getting into the hall of fame.
“Matthew Stafford still has got years to play”- Shannon Sharpe
Shannon Sharpe when asked about the probabilities of Stafford making the Hall of Fame said, “Matthew Stafford still has got years to play, he is still 34 and he is going to be top 5 in yards, top 5 in touchdowns which definitely helps his case.”
He added, “There have been guys that don’t have a championship and are still in the hall of fame, So When it’s all said and done, his numbers are going to speak up for themselves and It’s going to be very hard to keep him out of the Hall of Fame.”
Matthew Stafford has certainly made his claim strong for the Hall of Fame and still has many years left in him which will boost his chances of making the hall of fame.
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