Many football insiders believe that Andre Reed will again take a backseat to a fellow receiver for enshrinement this weekend in Hall of Fame voting, with Cris Carter more likely to get the nod. Last year Art Monk outlasted Reed and was inducted. The year before it was Michael Irvin. But for a vote that will likely eliminate one receiver and enshrine another, Reed has an edge over Carter in one key area. The postseason.
Some might see this as a slanted playing field, knowing Reed played in 21 career playoff games as he was part of a Bills team that won four straight AFC Championships. But Carter played in a respectable 14 playoff games himself.