I've heard people debate on whether or not these two should be in the hall. When it first arose a few years back, I didn't think Warner should go in because of the lack of years he had played, but he's played at least 10 years (99-now) up to this point. He's only had 4 great seasons, with everything else was average or below average. He has, however, won a Superbowl and an NFL MVP award. He ranks 4th in all-time career QB rating with 93.8, is currently the all-time career leader with 259.9 yards passing average per game, and he is 2nd all-time in career passing percentage with 65.4%. Terrell Davis was drafted in 1995 in the 6th round and had 1,100+ yards in his rookie year, 1,500+ yards in his second, 1,700+ in his third, and 2,000+ in his fourth before suffering an injury in his fifth year that he couldn't fully shake off. In his first four years before the injury, he rushed for 6,413 yards and 56 TDs, but in his last four years after the injury, he rushed for only 1194 yards and only 4 TDs. He retired in 2002. Had he not been injured, the would be mentioned with some of the best running backs ever and could have quite possibly been the all-time leading rusher. But if you could only chose ONE, who would it be?