Is Terrell Davis Hall of Fame material? After Peter King of SI said he wouldn't vote for Terrell Davis when he became eligible, my friends and I discussed the topic. King's argument that for someone whose career was so short, he didn't change the position the way Gale Sayers, another RB with a short career, did. We both disagreed - first off, he was the perfect running back for the West Coast Offense, the most prominent style of the time. He could run inside and out, block and catch passes. Now, one could argue that he was helped by playing on a good team - and the success of Olandis Gary and Mike Anderson may suggest that - but you couldn't possibly discount the fact that he was the missing piece in Denver's quest for the Super Bowl. You could reverse the argument and say that John Elway couldn't win without Davis. I'd say he's not a first ballot entry, because he doesn't have the big numbers, and durability is one of the requirements for a good RB, but when he did play, he consistently put up numbers and he has the stats that matter the most - two Super Bowl rings.