New York Giants legend Ottis Anderson belongs in the Hall of Fame … so says the ex-running back himself, who tells TMZ Sports, “One day they’ll figure it out.”
“If you check my credentials, I think I earned the right to be considered [a Hall of Famer],” Anderson says.
Ottis sneakily has a solid case for the honor … the 62-year-old rushed for 10,273 yards and 81 TDs in his 14-year career, and he added 3,062 receiving yards as well.
Plus, the dude IS a two-time Super Bowl champion … something plenty of Hall of Fame tailbacks can’t say themselves right now.
“Put me in,” Ottis says … “One day they’ll figure it out and, until then, we’ll just keep on enjoying what I accomplished as a 14-year vet.”
As for the current Giants, Ottis clearly doesn’t love what they’re up to these days, saying, “We suck right now” — but he says he is optimistic about the future.
And, when it comes to Saquon Barkley, he thinks the dude has G.O.A.T. potential … and even offered the Giants star some advice for longevity at the RB position.