Ty Law is eligible for the Hall of Fame and is the most likely candidate to get in on the Patriots’ Super Bowl teams after Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski. Law was a shutdown corner between 1996 and 2004 and his play in the 2003 AFC Championship Game was spectacular as he and Rodney Harrison might have single-handedly helped defeat Peyton Manning and the Colts offense. He also intercepted Kurt Warner in the Super Bowl win over the Rams in 2002.
Beyond the obvious, which is that Tom Brady will be in the Hall of Fame as one of the greatest all time considering he is the only quarterback to lead his team to five Super Bowl victories, the best prospect to get in the Hall of Fame on the roster is clearly Rob Gronkowski. There are only eight tight ends in the Hall of Fame. Tony Gonzalez will be the ninth and Gronkowski should be the 10th. He has 474 catches and is unstoppable everywhere he has lined up whether it be outside, in the slot or on the line. He is also a great blocker. Bill Belichick always dreamed of having a tight end like Mark Bavaro who was with the Giants when Belichick was defensive coordinator. Belichick found one even better in Gronkowski.