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Martin Isaac, QB, @Jetsqb101


98 GP (S10 New York Herd; S11-S16 Memphis Mambas)

32,706 Yards, 273 TDs, 78 INTs, 2467/3757 (65.7%), 108.6 QB Rating;

105 Carries, 463 Yards, 3 TDs

2 Time EFL Champion

2 Most Valuable Player

2 Playoff Most Valuable Player

1 Offensive Player of the Year

3 Quarterback of the Year


Martin Isaac's induction into the Hall of Fame should come as no surprise to anyone who even remotely followed the EFL during the time he played. Despite only playing seven seasons at the professional level, Isaac leaves a legacy second to none. Isaac's career stats look even more impressive considering he was basically benched for his rookie campaign, taking a backseat to New York's rushing attack while throwing the ball about half as much as his peers during a pitiful 2-12 season. After that he leapt to the newly formed Memphis Mambas and his legend took flight, averaging 5,000 passing yards, 43.5 TDs, and 12 interceptions over the remainder of his days. The peaks were as high as anyone has known in this league as he won back to back MVPs in seasons 14 and 15, when he threw for a combined 11,398 yards and 112 TDs, including his record-setting 62 TD season in season 14. He wasn't only clutch during the regular season, however, as he won two EFL championships in Memphis along with a pair of playoff MVP awards. Though it has no bearing on his EFL Hall of Fame candidacy, we'd be remiss if not to mention his unprecedented success at the college level as well. Isaac won 3 championships in 4 years at Alabama, where he also won a Heisman trophy for his record-setting 57 TD passes in a regular season, a full 16 more than second place. As far as careers go, Isaac's was perhaps the most complete of all-time with dominance from start to finish, even if it was a little short. The EFL's Barry Sanders of QBs won't hold all the career records when all is said and done, but when he was on top of his game no one shined brighter than the legendary Mambas signal caller.




Boris Bonecrusher, LB, @PigSnout


140 GP (S5-S14 San Antonio Wolfpack)

983 Tackles (53 TFL), 93 Sacks, 10 INTs, 55 PD, 11 FF, 5 FR, 2 TD, 2 Safety, 1 Block

2 Time EFL Champion


Boris Bonecrusher was the definition of a true professional. While he was never the most outspoken nor did he win any individual awards, Bonecrusher was the pillar for the San Antonio Wolfpack for 10 seasons. In his prime, he anchored one of the most feared defenses in the entire EFL, as the Wolfpack won the Western Conference three seasons in a row from S9 to S11, winning two championships in that time span. Bonecrusher doesn't have any individual awards to his name, though he was a perennial candidate for Linebacker of the Year. Bonecrusher led the league in sacks with 16 in S9, and in S12 led the league with an astounding 150 tackles. He also went out on top, leading the league with 116 tackles in his final season. Although he didn't play quite as long as some other linebackers, Bonecrusher still ranks in the top 10 all-time in Tackles, Tackles for a Loss, Sacks, and Forced Fumbles, proving that he was a force to be reckoned with for his entire career.

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