Mrs Yard Barker's Chris Muller.
It's conference championship week.
The NFL has also made headlines with its 15 man Hall of Fame centennial class.
With that in mind, here are five players from the conference championship games most likely to end up in Canton.
Number five is Nick Bosa.
This is a major projection, but both his first season has suggested greatness is in his future.
He had nine sacks this year.
Ah, highlight reel interception was constantly pressuring opposing quarterbacks and was a major disruptor for San Francisco.
His to sack performance against the biking showed his ability to rise to meet big moments.
And, assuming he stays healthy, he could be the leaks premiere edge rusher for the next decade, forth his Kansas City's Travis Kelsey.
He's already 30 so it's fair to wonder how many great years he has left.
But Chelsea's been durable has missed just one game in his last six seasons, and his productivity has been spectacular.
He's got four straight 1000 yard receiving seasons, something no other tight end has done, and during that span is average 93 catches for 1201 yards in seven touchdowns.
San Francisco's Richard Sherman is third.
Sherman fully recovered from a Tauron.
Achilles was great this season.
He was pro football.
Focus is highest rated coverage.
On this season, he's got 35 career interceptions.
He's been the linchpin off the 40 Niners secondary, and if he can maintain this kind of play for even another year or two, he should be headed for can.
Second is Patrick Mahomes.
He has just two seasons a starter under his belt, but he has 76 touchdowns in that span.
He has an M V P award, and he's regarded already by many as may be the most purely talented passer ever come into the NFL.
You combine all that talent with a sharp memory and a willingness and ability to make any throat any time, and that's a devastating combination.
He's also got the perfect coach in Andy Reid, who schemes continually exploit opposing defense is and take full advantage off the home skill set.
A Super Bowl win this season would put on Huck Mahomes.
Excuse me on the fast track to a gold jacket, most likely Hall of Famer playing this week and those without question Aaron Rodgers.
Why? Well, if his career would end Sunday night after the NFC championship game, he'd be headed to the Hall of Fame on the first ballot.
He's an eight time Pro Bowler to time M v P, a Super Bowl champion Super Bowl M V P.
And he's got an unbelievable career touchdown interception ratio of 3 64 to 84.
He's got the lowest interception rate of all time among qualifying quarterbacks, and he's still seen by many as the most purely talented pastor going today.
That includes Patrick Mahomes.
His numbers this year weren't eye popping, but it's obvious for all intents and purposes, Aaron Rodgers is already in the Hall of Fame now.
Always trying to do is add more hardware to his trophy case.
So they're your five likely Hall of Famers playing this weekend for your Barker.
I'm Chris Miller.