The NFL is in good hands these days, as it possesses a large amount of talent that consists of veteran stars and emerging upstarts.
In particular, the AFC is loaded with talent, and the conference will certainly be a gauntlet this season for all teams that play in it.
There are a number of players currently in the league that will someday make it to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and according to Colin Cowherd, 10 of them will be no-brainers.
"There are 10 players in the NFL right now that are first ballot Hall of Famers."
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) August 7, 2023
At the top of his list is Patrick Mahomes, who is already arguably one of the five best quarterbacks in NFL history even though he hasn’t hit his 28th birthday yet.
He has two regular-season MVPs, two Super Bowl championships, and two Super Bowl MVPs to his name already, and he has thrown for over 5,000 yards in two of his five seasons as a full-time starter.
Aaron Rodgers of the New York Jets is also a no-brainer, even if he has become a diva in recent years and saw his production decline in 2022.
The Kelce brothers — tight end Travis Kelce and center Jason Kelce — are both bona fide stars who have combined for 14 Pro Bowl selections.
According to Cowherd, San Francisco 49ers offensive tackle Trent Williams could be the best player ever at his position.
On the defensive side of the ball, Aaron Donald, Von Miller, Bobby Wagner, and Myles Garrett have more than proven themselves.
Cowherd also praised Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker, a six-time Pro Bowler and five-time All-Pro First-Team selection, for his steadiness.NEXT: George Pickens Names His Top-5 Receivers Of All Time