is a two time Super Bowl Winning Quarterback, though many who watched his first five years of play may not have foreseen it.
Simms may have been inconsistent when he began his tenure in the NFL, but something seemed to click in 1984. It wasn’t just the influx of talent to the Giants roster, as it was at this time that Simms became their leader and found ways to win. He wasn’t the quickest or the hardest thrower, but he became a winner and most important he had the belief and trust of his teammates; something that not every Quarterback had. Because of the Giants stellar defense, many have said that Simms only had to manage the game, but those who played with him always praised his high football I.Q. and his leadership skills.
Simms has been called overrated and underrated at various times in his career. Regardless of how he is rated, anyone with a Super Bowl Ring as a Quarterback though has to be considered a candidate for the Football Hall of Fame.
Should Phil Simms be in the Hall of Fame?
Definitely put him in! - 66.1%
Maybe, but others deserve it first. - 13.3%
Probably not, but it wouldn't be the end of the world. - 9.8%