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Does Former New Orleans Saints Wide Receiver Joe Horn Belong in the NFL Hall of Fame?

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Should all-time great Joe Horn be enshrined in the NFL Hall of Fame?

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Joe Horn was arguably the greatest Wide Receiver in New Orleans Saints history. Over the course of his ten year NFL career, he played six season in New Orleans, from 2000-2006.

While in New Orleans, he made all four of his Pro Bowls (2000, 2001, 2002, & 2004), and in many ways was the face of the franchise in the early 2000s (along with Deuce McAllister). For his career, Horn finished with 603 receptions for 8,744 receiving yards and 58 receiving touchdowns.

Horn is currently 68th all-time in NFL receiving yards, ahead of the likes of Hall of Famers John Stallworth and Paul Warfield. Horn is tied for 85th all-time in NFL receiving touchdowns, ahead of Hall of Famer Lynn Swann. He also leads the NFL all-time in touchdown cellphone celebrations.

So what says you, you unbiased fans? Should Joe Horn eventually find himself in Canton?