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Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019: 19 Numbers to Know

By Evan Chronis

When it comes to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, numbers maketh the man.

But some totals stand above the rest.

Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019

With 2019 Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls just around the corner, we're looking at the 19 stats that defined the Class of 2019 and made them worthy of Canton. 

3

  • Super Bowl’s won by the Denver Broncos under owner Pat Bowlen

  • Super Bowl’s won by cornerback Ty Law

6

  • Career playoff interceptions for Ty Law — intercepted Peyton Manning three times in the 2004 AFC Championship Game

7

  • AFC Championships won by the Denver Broncos under owner Pat Bowlen

14

  • Pro Bowl selections for Tony Gonzalez — most of any Class of 2019 member

20

  • Consecutive winning seasons for the Dallas Cowboys under Gil Brandt (1966-85)

23

  • Ty Law led the NFL with 23 passes defended in the 2003 season

29

  • First-Team All-Pro selections between all playing members of the Class of 2019

57

  • Career regular season interceptions by Johnny Robinson

102

  • Tony Gonzalez led the NFL with 102 receptions during the 2004 season

106

  • Ed Reed set an NFL record with a 106-yard interception return touchdown against the Cleveland Browns in 2004

107

  • Ed Reed broke his own record by recording a 107-yard interception return touchdown against the Philadelphia Eagles in 2008

111

  • Career regular season receiving touchdowns for Tony Gonzalez — ranks eighth in NFL history

177

  • Consecutive starts for Kevin Mawae from 1994 through 2005

203

  • Champ Bailey defended an NFL record 203 passes during his career

226

  • Total regular season interceptions between Johnny Robinson, Champ Bailey, Ty Law and Ed Reed

358

  • Ed Reed led the NFL with 358 interception return yards during the 2004 season

1,325

  • Tony Gonzalez ranks second in NFL history with 1,325 career receptions

2,006

  • Rushing yards for Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson during the 2008 season with Kevin Mawae leading the offensive line

15,127

  • Tony’s Gonzalez’s 15,127 career receiving yards is the most for any tight end in NFL history.

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