2. Justin Herbert
Yes, Justin Herbert has the second-best Hall of Fame odds on the LA Chargers despite only playing two years in the NFL. Obviously, Herbert has not yet done enough to make the Hall of Fame and he still has a lot of football left to play before he does get those honors. We are by no means saying a third-year quarterback is already a lock for the Hall of Fame.
That being said, it is fair to say that Herbert is having a Hall of Fame start to his NFL career and as long as he puts together a long enough career that he might be a shoo-in to get the ultimate honor. Of course, there is always the chance of premature retirement like Andrew Luck but Herbert seems to love football too much to do that.
Herbert has broken just about every passing record that can be broken for a quarterback in the first two years of his career and there are no signs of him slowing down. Quarterbacks are not this good and then simply fall off.
There were the Herbert doubters that thought the rookie season was a mirage and we made the same argument. Now, after two seasons at an elite level (with him playing at an MVP level last season) it is safe to say that he is going to be among the league's best for years to come.
The Hall of Fame loves quarterbacks and if Herbert is already a top-three quarterback in the league in year three, he has to like his chances to put together a Hall of Fame career.