We are all using our personal opinion on if he deserves to make it. Votes are based on personal opinion. My opinion is he didn't play long enough and he didn't accomplish anything for the Lions. He put up great stats in 9 years. That's it. Pretty soon, 10 receivers or so today will have matched him in their first 9 years and will have probably won a SB on top of it. Reggie and Torry won a SB as well and were a big part of it. They played long careers. Megatron was great for 9 years and didn't help the Lions do anything team-wise. He was a stat-guy. That is not an opinion, that is a fact. Maybe he gets in, maybe he doesn't. I don't think he deserves to be put in over Reggie and Torry though.
I was using Monuz and Matthews as a sarcastic reply to you.
Johnson is listed in the top 10 receivers in NFL history by any list you can find. He made the pro bowl 6 times and held the receiving records till Harrison broke them.
You are using your personal opinion on if you think he deserves to be in the HOF.
That is not how a player is voted into the HOF.
In 2014 Johnson was listed #2 in the top 100 players in NFL history between Manning and Brady.
Sanders played 10 years as an RB (the position with the shortest shelf life in the NFL), Megatron played 9 years as a WR (a position where HOF players normally play 15+ years). The comparison isn't there. Sanders played enough time at his position, Megatron did not. I'd take someone like Wayne or Holt over him any day. Again, we have to have some standards for the HOF.